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unlawful 493
unlawfully 20
unlawfulness 2
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493 64
493 unlawful
491 virgin
490 otherwise
490 pleasures
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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unlawful

    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | determined not to do any unlawful things for the love of ~ 2 2, 64 | undue manner, i.e. out of unlawful superstition, or again for ~ 3 2, 70 | chastity withdraws man from ~unlawful desires, contingency also 4 2, 73 | Because sin is to do what ~is unlawful. Now to do what is unlawful 5 2, 73 | unlawful. Now to do what is unlawful is reproved in one and the 6 2, 73 | inordinateness are more ~unlawful, and consequently graver 7 2, 73 | results of his action if it be unlawful. If, on the other hand, 8 2, 74 | first, when it commands unlawful ~passions; for instance, 9 2, 74 | when it fails to check the ~unlawful movement of a passion; for 10 2, 102 | desert places, because it was unlawful to ~offer aught to them; 11 2, 103 | was rejected as absolutely unlawful, and as prohibited by God ~ 12 2, 103 | and rapine were held to be unlawful even by the Gentiles, there 13 2, 1 | from it." Therefore it was unlawful to make a symbol as a ~rule 14 2, 1 | synod decreed that it was unlawful to utter, write or ~draw 15 2, 16 | happiness, so too, it is unlawful to hope in any man, or any 16 2, 30 | not because the taking was unlawful, but ~because it is the 17 2, 30 | the outcome of something unlawful, as in the case of a ~woman' 18 2, 30 | is thus ~acquired by an unlawful action.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 19 2, 30 | would seem ~to be something unlawful as being contrary to the 20 2, 30 | would seem to be something unlawful as ~being against the positive 21 2, 30 | obedience. Now if it were unlawful for them to give alms, they ~ 22 2, 33 | wandering of the mind after unlawful things." Now these do ~not 23 2, 33 | wandering" of the mind after unlawful things is to be found in 24 2, 33 | called "wandering after unlawful things." From ~this it is 25 2, 33 | wandering of the mind after unlawful things." This tendency to 26 2, 38 | Therefore all wars are ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 27 2, 38 | cause, and yet be rendered unlawful through a wicked intention. ~ 28 2, 38 | Wherefore it is ~altogether unlawful for clerics to fight, because 29 2, 38 | nevertheless ~it is rendered unlawful for clerics, by reason of 30 2, 38 | It would seem that it is unlawful to lay ambushes in war. 31 2, 38 | injustice. Therefore it is unlawful to lay ambushes even in 32 2, 38 | clxxxix), it seems that it is unlawful to ~lay ambushes for one' 33 2, 38 | promise, and this is always unlawful. No one ought to deceive 34 2, 38 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to fight on holy days. For 35 2, 38 | Much more, therefore, is it unlawful to fight ~on holy days. ~ 36 2, 41 | court of justice. But it is unlawful to have ~recourse to justice, 37 2, 53 | love will be inordinate and unlawful, and it is thus ~that the 38 2, 53 | temporal things is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 39 2, 53 | about temporal things may be unlawful in ~three ways. First on 40 2, 53 | about temporal things may be unlawful, ~through too much earnestness 41 2, 53 | end, wherefore it is not unlawful, unless it ~be superfluous.~ 42 2, 58 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to judge. For nothing is 43 2, 58 | punished except ~what is unlawful. Now those who judge are 44 2, 58 | judged." Therefore it is unlawful to judge.~Aquin.: SMT SS 45 2, 58 | deceive ourselves." Now it is unlawful for a ~sinner to judge, 46 2, 58 | judgment will be faulty and unlawful. First, when it is contrary 47 2, 58 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is unlawful to form a judgment from 48 2, 58 | would seem that it is not unlawful to form a judgment from ~ 49 2, 58 | based on suspicion is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 50 2, 58 | OBJ 3: Further, if it is unlawful, it must needs be reducible 51 2, 58 | a mortal sin, if it were unlawful. But this is false, because " 52 2, 58 | suspicion would seem not to be unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 53 2, 58 | usurped judgment is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 54 2, 60 | unlawfully, through giving for an unlawful purpose, albeit the giving ~ 55 2, 60 | the giving ~itself is not unlawful, as when a woman receives 56 2, 62 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is unlawful to kill any living thing?~ 57 2, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to kill any living thing. 58 2, 62 | food." Therefore it ~seems unlawful to take the life of any 59 2, 62 | man. Wherefore it is not unlawful if man ~use plants for the 60 2, 62 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to kill men who have sinned. 61 2, 62 | has sinned. For nothing unlawful is commanded in the Divine 62 2, 62 | 1/1~I answer that, It is unlawful for clerics to kill, for 63 2, 62 | done nobly and bravely is unlawful. Therefore suicide is ~not 64 2, 62 | Therefore suicide is ~not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 65 2, 62 | answer that, It is altogether unlawful to kill oneself, for three ~ 66 2, 62 | lesser. In like manner it is unlawful to take one's own ~life 67 2, 62 | public authority. Again it is unlawful for ~a woman to kill herself 68 2, 62 | a man ~in himself, it is unlawful to kill any man, since in 69 2, 62 | Therefore this would seem to be ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 70 2, 62 | the ~body. Therefore it is unlawful for any man to take another' 71 2, 62 | self-defense itself seems to be unlawful, according to Rm. ~12:19: " 72 2, 62 | slaying of a man, is also ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 73 2, 62 | save one's own life, is not unlawful, seeing that it is natural 74 2, 62 | an act may be rendered unlawful, if it ~be out of proportion 75 2, 62 | necessary violence, it will be unlawful: whereas if he ~repel force 76 2, 62 | another's. But as it is unlawful to take a man's life, except 77 2, 62 | occupying ~himself with unlawful things which he ought to 78 2, 62 | occupied with something unlawful, or even with something 79 2, 62 | with child does something unlawful: ~wherefore if there results 80 2, 62 | through doing something unlawful, or ~failing to take sufficient 81 2, 63 | Anima ii, 1). But it is unlawful ~to deprive a man of his 82 2, 63 | otherwise it is altogether unlawful to maim anyone.~Aquin.: 83 2, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for parents to strike their 84 2, 63 | coercion. ~Therefore it is unlawful for parents to strike their 85 2, 63 | off a member. Now it is unlawful to do a person a harm, ~ 86 2, 63 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to imprison a man. An act 87 2, 63 | free-will. Therefore it is unlawful to imprison a man.~Aquin.: 88 2, 63 | Para. 2/2~Therefore it is unlawful to imprison or in any way 89 2, 63 | a time from ~doing some unlawful deed there and then: as 90 2, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for a man to possess a thing 91 2, 64 | contrary to the natural law is unlawful. Now according to ~the natural 92 2, 64 | of goods. Therefore it is unlawful ~for any man to appropriate 93 2, 64 | common use." Now it would be unlawful to prevent others from obtaining 94 2, 64 | goods. Therefore it is ~unlawful to appropriate to oneself 95 2, 64 | context. Therefore it seems unlawful for a ~man to appropriate 96 2, 64 | erroneous to maintain that it is unlawful for a man to possess ~property.~ 97 2, 64 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to steal through stress 98 2, 64 | Contra Mendac. vii), it is unlawful to steal in ~order to succor 99 2, 64 | of justice: hence it is unlawful for them ~to use violence 100 2, 65 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for a judge to pronounce 101 2, 65 | witnesses. Therefore it is unlawful for a judge to ~pronounce 102 2, 66 | private good. Hence it ~is unlawful to receive any secret in 103 2, 66 | But seemingly this is not ~unlawful, because one is not bound 104 2, 67 | prudence; or he can use unlawful means, unsuitable to the 105 2, 67 | escape prudently. But it is unlawful for him, either to ~utter 106 2, 67 | inducing him to do what is unlawful, yet ~the civil law does 107 2, 67 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for the accused to escape 108 2, 67 | cap. A judicibus) it is unlawful to appeal from the judges 109 2, 67 | would seem that an appeal is unlawful in itself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 110 2, 67 | oneself ~calumniously, and is unlawful as stated above (A[2]). 111 2, 67 | faith is lacking, it is unlawful for a Catholic to appeal 112 2, 69 | 1/1~I answer that, It is unlawful to cooperate in an evil 113 2, 69 | its happy issue, but it is unlawful for him ~to employ any kind 114 2, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for an advocate to take 115 2, 74 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to curse anyone. For it 116 2, 74 | curse anyone. For it is unlawful to ~disregard the command 117 2, 74 | from evil. Therefore it is ~unlawful for any man to curse.~Aquin.: 118 2, 74 | then evil speaking will be unlawful in ~both ways, and this 119 2, 74 | It would seem that it is unlawful to curse an irrational ~ 120 2, 74 | punishment. Therefore it is unlawful to curse them.~Aquin.: SMT 121 2, 74 | which God made. But it is unlawful to curse this even in the ~ 122 2, 74 | and ~vain and consequently unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[76] A[ 123 2, 75 | Further, it does not seem unlawful if that which honesty demands ~ 124 2, 75 | is in itself unjust and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 125 2, 75 | Divine law, it is reckoned ~unlawful if the equality of justice 126 2, 75 | Whether a sale is rendered unlawful through a fault in the thing 127 2, 75 | not rendered unjust and unlawful ~through a fault in the 128 2, 75 | not seem to be rendered unlawful through a fault in ~its 129 2, 75 | therefore will it be an ~unlawful sale if the thing be defective 130 2, 75 | a sale is not rendered unlawful through the thing sold being 131 2, 75 | a sale is ~not rendered unlawful by a fault (in the thing 132 2, 75 | that the sale is rendered unlawful. Hence we find it ~written 133 2, 75 | alchemy, it ~would not be unlawful to sell it for the genuine 134 2, 75 | answer that, It is always unlawful to give anyone an occasion 135 2, 75 | trading is not in itself unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[77] A[ 136 2, 76 | it is by its very nature unlawful to take payment ~for the 137 2, 76 | something. Now it does not seem unlawful to bind oneself to ~an obligation 138 2, 76 | law. Therefore it is not unlawful, in ~lending money to anyone, 139 2, 76 | the same time, but it is unlawful for him to ~bind the borrower 140 2, 76 | Now it seems altogether ~unlawful to deposit one's money with 141 2, 76 | usurer, even as it would be ~unlawful to deposit one's sword with 142 2, 81 | else all wars would be ~unlawful, which is opposed to what 143 2, 81 | adjure another, for if it be unlawful to swear, it is ~also unlawful 144 2, 81 | unlawful to swear, it is ~also unlawful to adjure." Therefore supplication 145 2, 84 | sacraments. But it would seem unlawful to refuse ~the sacraments 146 2, 84 | lame animal was declared ~unlawful for three reasons. First, 147 2, 85 | 104], A[3]), that it is unlawful to ~observe the ceremonial 148 2, 86 | good, but is in ~itself unlawful, it seems that a vow may 149 2, 86 | but also about something unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 150 2, 86 | it follows that nothing unlawful or indifferent, but only 151 2, 86 | animal ~which it would be unlawful to sacrifice, such as an 152 2, 86 | vow. ~Therefore it seems unlawful, before the year of probation, 153 2, 86 | he has vowed is clearly unlawful, and he is unable to have 154 2, 87 | Therefore swearing is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 155 2, 87 | from an evil seems to be unlawful, ~because according to Mt. 156 2, 87 | Therefore swearing is apparently unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 157 2, 87 | and ~this is altogether unlawful, according to Dt. 6:16, " 158 2, 87 | that swearing is altogether unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[89] A[ 159 2, 87 | it be neither false, nor unlawful, ~and this requires both 160 2, 87 | truth, and a wicked or ~unlawful oath lacks justice.~Aquin.: 161 2, 87 | excommunicated." Therefore it is unlawful to swear by ~creatures.~ 162 2, 87 | For oaths of this kind are unlawful from the outset: ~yet with 163 2, 87 | fulfilment of the oath was unlawful. Hence ~Ambrose says (De 164 2, 87 | emergencies, ~it may be unlawful or hurtful, and consequently 165 2, 88 | mandate of Christ, it be unlawful to swear, it is evident ~ 166 2, 88 | after a fashion. But ~it is unlawful to compel a man against 167 2, 88 | Therefore seemingly it ~is also unlawful to adjure a man.~Aquin.: 168 2, 88 | oath, such an adjuration is unlawful, because he usurps over ~ 169 2, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to adjure the demons. Origen 170 2, 88 | friendship, which it is unlawful to bear towards the ~demons. 171 2, 88 | something from them: and this is unlawful, as stated ~above. Wherefore 172 2, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful to adjure an irrational 173 2, 88 | Therefore it is ~vain and unlawful to adjure an irrational 174 2, 88 | Therefore it would seem unlawful to employ adjuration towards ~ 175 2, 91 | and to ~disregard them is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[93] A[ 176 2, 93 | by invoking the demons is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 177 2, 93 | invoking the demons is ~not unlawful. Christ did nothing unlawful, 178 2, 93 | unlawful. Christ did nothing unlawful, according to 1 Pt. 2:22, " 179 2, 93 | questioning demons is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 180 2, 93 | questioning demons is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 181 2, 93 | divination by invoking demons is unlawful for two ~reasons. The first 182 2, 93 | him. ~This is altogether unlawful; wherefore it is written 183 2, 93 | divination by the stars is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 184 2, 93 | divination by the stars is not unlawful. It is ~lawful to foretell 185 2, 93 | divination by the stars is not ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 186 2, 93 | Therefore it would seem not ~unlawful to make use of this kind 187 2, 93 | divination is declared to be unlawful in so far as it is ~based 188 2, 93 | species of divination is not ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 189 2, 93 | be a superstitious and unlawful divination. On the other 190 2, 93 | forth, it will be neither an unlawful nor a superstitious ~divination.~ 191 2, 93 | divination by dreams is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 192 2, 93 | divination by dreams is not unlawful. It is ~not unlawful to 193 2, 93 | not unlawful. It is ~not unlawful to make use of divine instruction. 194 2, 93 | learn." Therefore it is not unlawful ~to make use of divination 195 2, 93 | divination by dreams is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 196 2, 93 | divination is superstitious ~and unlawful when it is based on a false 197 2, 93 | who have entered into an unlawful compact with them.~Aquin.: 198 2, 93 | must say that there is no unlawful divination in making ~use 199 2, 93 | extends. But it will be ~an unlawful and superstitious divination 200 2, 93 | observations of ~external things is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 201 2, 93 | of external things is not unlawful. If it were unlawful holy ~ 202 2, 93 | not unlawful. If it were unlawful holy ~men would not make 203 2, 93 | divining?" Therefore it is not unlawful to make use ~of this kind 204 2, 93 | Therefore it seems not unlawful to make use of the birds' ~ 205 2, 93 | kind of ~divination is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 206 2, 93 | divinations are superstitious ~and unlawful, if they be extended beyond 207 2, 93 | these things it is not ~unlawful to observe their cries and 208 2, 93 | divination by drawing lots is unlawful? ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 209 2, 93 | divination by drawing lots is not unlawful, ~because a gloss of Augustine 210 2, 93 | There is, seemingly, nothing unlawful in the observances which ~ 211 2, 93 | divination by lots is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 212 2, 93 | divination by lot is not unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 213 2, 93 | kind is superstitious and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[95] A[ 214 2, 93 | sortilege of this kind is unlawful, and forbidden by the ~canons.~ 215 2, 93 | kind of trial is rendered unlawful, ~both because it is directed 216 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~Whether it be unlawful to practice the observances 217 2, 94 | would seem that it is not unlawful to practice the observances ~ 218 2, 94 | art. A thing is said to be unlawful in two ways. First, by ~ 219 2, 94 | science. Therefore it is not unlawful to practice these ~observances.~ 220 2, 94 | and consequently it is not unlawful to practice it.~Aquin.: 221 2, 94 | A[2]]. Therefore it is unlawful to ~practice the notary 222 2, 94 | that, The magic art is both unlawful and futile. It is ~unlawful, 223 2, 94 | unlawful and futile. It is ~unlawful, because the means it employs 224 2, 94 | health or the like, are unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 225 2, 94 | effects. Therefore it is not unlawful to make use of them and 226 2, 94 | for if so it will not be unlawful to do so, since it is lawful ~ 227 2, 94 | nothing superstitious or unlawful in employing ~natural things 228 2, 94 | will be ~superstitious and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 229 2, 94 | of fortune-telling are ~unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 230 2, 94 | fortune-telling are not unlawful. Sickness is one of the 231 2, 94 | Therefore it seems not unlawful to observe such ~like signs.~ 232 2, 94 | Therefore it ~seems not unlawful to observe these things.~ 233 2, 94 | our time. Now it is ~not unlawful to observe the order that 234 2, 94 | Therefore it is seemingly not unlawful to observe these presages.~ 235 2, 94 | observances are superstitious ~and unlawful: they are apparently remains 236 2, 94 | observe. ~Wherefore it is not unlawful to consider a presage of 237 2, 94 | Para. 1/1~Whether it is unlawful to wear divine words at 238 2, 94 | would seem that it is not unlawful to wear divine words at 239 2, 94 | clearly ~superstitious and unlawful. In like manner it seems 240 2, 94 | they conceal ~something unlawful. Hence Chrysostom says [* 241 2, 94 | result is expected: but it is unlawful if it be done in connection ~ 242 2, 94 | divine power, it will not be unlawful. Such like incantations, 243 2, 94 | however, ~often include unlawful observances, and rely on 244 2, 94 | they are, ~it will not be unlawful. But if account were taken 245 2, 94 | would be superstitious and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[96] A[ 246 2, 96 | swears to that which is unlawful, for this very ~reason he 247 2, 96 | swears he will do something unlawful (adultery, for ~instance, 248 2, 96 | that swears to do what is unlawful is thereby guilty of ~perjury 249 2, 96 | on him. Now it would seem unlawful to receive an oath from 250 2, 97 | Now murder, ~theft, and unlawful intercourse, are different 251 2, 98 | 1/1~Whether it is always unlawful to give money for the sacraments?~ 252 2, 98 | seem that it is not always unlawful to give money for ~the sacraments. 253 2, 98 | Therefore it is ~not always unlawful to buy or sell the sacraments.~ 254 2, 98 | Therefore it is not always unlawful to ~buy or sell a sacrament.~ 255 2, 98 | would seem that it is not ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[100] A[ 256 2, 98 | an office of nature, but unlawful if it be considered as a ~ 257 2, 98 | selling. Hence it would be an unlawful ordinance ~if it were decreed 258 2, 98 | grace. For this reason it is unlawful for him to receive ~anything 259 2, 98 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: It is unlawful to exact or receive anything 260 2, 98 | monastery; although ~it is unlawful to agree to give or receive 261 2, 98 | things. If, therefore, it is unlawful to sell what is annexed ~ 262 2, 98 | spiritual things, it will be unlawful to sell anything temporal, 263 2, 98 | Consequently it is altogether unlawful to sell such things, ~because 264 2, 98 | observed, ~that it is not unlawful for a bishop, before presenting 265 2, 98 | mind. But if the service be unlawful, or ~directed to carnal 266 2, 98 | any carnal affection is unlawful and carnal, but ~not simoniacal: 267 2, 98 | communicating with him in an unlawful action. Now he that is, 268 2, 102 | obedience in this case ~would be unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 269 2, 102 | which obeys even in matters unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 270 2, 106 | Therefore all vengeance is ~unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 271 2, 106 | Testament all vengeance is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 272 2, 106 | himself. But, seemingly, it is unlawful even for ~a judge to punish 273 2, 106 | Therefore vengeance seems to be unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 274 2, 106 | not ~essentially evil and unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[108] A[ 275 2, 106 | vengeance is altogether unlawful: because to take ~pleasure 276 2, 108 | kind, which "saves him from unlawful ~defilement of his body."~ 277 2, 108 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: It is unlawful to hold that any false assertion 278 2, 108 | promised something evidently unlawful, because he sinned in ~promise, 279 2, 117 | to be directed to ~some unlawful end, for the sake of which 280 2, 118 | the act of "epikeia" ~is unlawful: and consequently "epikeia" 281 2, 120 | protestation of ~truth, which it is unlawful to omit even in small things; 282 2, 122 | OBJ 2: Further, nothing unlawful is an act of virtue. Now 283 2, 122 | act of virtue. Now it is unlawful ~to kill oneself, as stated 284 2, 145 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, it is unlawful in the New Law to observe 285 2, 147 | use of wine is altogether unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 286 2, 147 | use of wine is altogether unlawful. For ~without wisdom, a 287 2, 147 | wine-drinking is altogether unlawful. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] 288 2, 147 | brethren. Therefore it is ~unlawful to make use of wine.~Aquin.: 289 2, 147 | beginning." Therefore it ~seems unlawful to use wine under the Christian 290 2, 147 | considered in itself, is unlawful, ~according to Mt. 15:11, " 291 2, 147 | man." Wherefore it is not unlawful to drink wine as such. Yet 292 2, 147 | such. Yet it may ~become unlawful accidentally. This is sometimes 293 2, 147 | things as being altogether ~unlawful, and from others as being 294 2, 148 | through doing ~something unlawful that he fell into the subsequent 295 2, 149 | delighting in a union ~with unlawful things. Nevertheless, the 296 2, 150 | 1/1~Whether virginity is unlawful?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 297 2, 150 | would seem that virginity is unlawful. For whatever is ~contrary 298 2, 150 | precept of the natural law is unlawful. Now just as the ~words 299 2, 150 | Therefore ~virginity is not an unlawful thing.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 300 2, 150 | because it ~abstains from unlawful pleasures: hence no excellence 301 2, 151 | Whether all copulation is unlawful?~(3) Whether lust is a mortal 302 2, 151 | order and commandment, ~lest unlawful pleasures should destroy 303 2, 152 | fornication was not deemed unlawful, on account of the ~corruption 304 2, 152 | law, ~considered it to be unlawful. The other things mentioned 305 2, 152 | not as though ~they were unlawful in themselves, but because 306 2, 152 | For seduction denotes the unlawful violation of a virgin, according ~ 307 2, 152 | seduction which denotes the unlawful violation of a virgin, ~ 308 2, 152 | rape, properly speaking, is unlawful intercourse, and takes its 309 2, 152 | On the contrary, Rape is unlawful sexual intercourse, as Isidore 310 2, 152 | Otherwise the marriage is unlawful, since whosoever steals 311 2, 152 | women with whom a man has unlawful intercourse. Now ~incest 312 2, 152 | the woman, because it ~is unlawful intercourse with a woman 313 2, 152 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Unlawful intercourse between persons 314 2, 152 | the Article. Wherefore the unlawful intercourse between such ~ 315 2, 152 | various species of lust. For unlawful intercourse ~between persons 316 2, 153 | is lawful, but ~only from unlawful things: for a gloss on Gal. 317 2, 153 | refrains not merely from unlawful goods, ~but also from certain 318 2, 153 | purposes not to follow his unlawful desires. Now ~the primary 319 2, 153 | any abstinence from things unlawful: and thus it means that " 320 2, 156 | heart." Now it would seem unlawful to desire vengeance, since 321 2, 156 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: It is unlawful to desire vengeance considered 322 2, 163 | fall away towards what is unlawful, pleasure may seize ~hold 323 2, 165 | to learn that which was unlawful": and Augustine says (De ~ 324 2, 165 | learn of one, by whom it is unlawful to be taught, ~as in the 325 2, 166 | the heart of man, is not unlawful in itself; ~nor are they 326 2, 166 | namely that they use no unlawful words or deeds in order 327 2, 166 | comedians who practice unlawful mirth, he sins as encouraging 328 2, 167 | although such arts are not unlawful in themselves, ~nevertheless, 329 2, 183 | incidental goods is manifestly unlawful, and pertains to ~covetousness 330 2, 183 | superior by doing what is ~unlawful, as appears from what was 331 2, 183 | account of which it is ~unlawful for him to accept a prelacy. 332 2, 183 | makes the pastoral office unlawful to him, yet the ~prelate 333 2, 183 | without which it would be ~unlawful for anyone to lay hands 334 2, 183 | superior prelate, his vow is unlawful; ~but if he intend to bind 335 2, 183 | himself which would make it ~unlawful for him to take up the office 336 2, 183 | Therefore just as it is unlawful to return to the world ~ 337 2, 183 | religious state, so is it unlawful to pass from the episcopal 338 2, 183 | to do what is in itself unlawful. ~Now those who seek to 339 2, 183 | Therefore apparently it is not unlawful ~to give up the episcopal 340 2, 183 | It would seem that it is unlawful for a bishop, on account 341 2, 183 | his neighbor. Now it is unlawful for one ~who has professed 342 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem unlawful for a ~bishop to withdraw 343 2, 183 | Therefore it would seem unlawful for them to possess anything ~ 344 2, 184 | perfection. For that which it is unlawful to do does not apparently ~ 345 2, 184 | But it would seem to be unlawful for a ~man to give up all 346 2, 184 | gloss means not that it is unlawful to renounce all one's ~temporal 347 2, 184 | not vowed, whereas it is unlawful if we have vowed ~to render 348 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for religious to teach, 349 2, 185 | Therefore seemingly it is ~unlawful for religious to teach, 350 2, 185 | Heliod.), it would seem unlawful for religious to preach, ~ 351 2, 185 | Therefore seemingly it is unlawful for them to preach, teach, 352 2, 185 | thing is declared to be unlawful to a person in two ~ways. 353 2, 185 | that which is ~declared unlawful to him: thus to no man is 354 2, 185 | this way it is said to be unlawful for a ~person to preach, 355 2, 185 | 3~In this way it is not unlawful for religious to preach, 356 2, 185 | Secondly, a thing is said to be unlawful for a man, not on account 357 2, 185 | him to do it: thus it is unlawful for a deacon to say mass, ~ 358 2, 185 | priestly orders; and it is unlawful for a priest to ~deliver 359 2, 185 | this sense it is said to be unlawful for monks and other ~religious 360 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for religious to occupy 361 2, 185 | of God. ~Therefore it is unlawful for them to occupy themselves 362 2, 185 | kings. Therefore it is ~unlawful for religious to occupy 363 2, 185 | conclude therefore that it is unlawful for either monks or ~clerics 364 2, 185 | gained their livelihood by unlawful means. For the Apostle ordered ~ 365 2, 185 | a living by meddling in unlawful things). ~Now we charge 366 2, 185 | monks who declared ~it to be unlawful for the servants of God 367 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for religious to live on 368 2, 185 | such gifts would become unlawful for them if they ~abstained 369 2, 185 | profit to others, it is unlawful for religious to wish to ~ 370 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for religious to beg. For 371 2, 185 | Therefore it would seem ~unlawful to beg while omitting to 372 2, 185 | such like mendicancy is ~unlawful; secondly, by a motive of 373 2, 185 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for religious to wear coarser 374 2, 186 | individuals, it would seem unlawful for them to wage war; and ~ 375 2, 186 | answer that He ~deemed it unlawful to spend the property of 376 2, 187 | Further, it is seemingly unlawful to bind a person to an ~ 377 2, 187 | and void." It is therefore unlawful for children, ~especially 378 2, 187 | their ~children. Hence it is unlawful for a person having children 379 2, 187 | his ~soul, it would seem unlawful for him to lay aside the 380 2, 187 | Therefore it would seem unlawful for a parish priest or ~ 381 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems unlawful to pass from one religious 382 2, 187 | Therefore this ~is seemingly unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 383 2, 187 | Dei ~timorem). But it is unlawful for anyone to pass from 384 2, 187 | Therefore it would seem unlawful for anyone ~to pass from 385 3, 15 | often tend towards what is unlawful, but not so in ~Christ. 386 3, 15 | sensitive ~appetite that tend to unlawful things; and these were not 387 3, 60 | ancients, whatever ~it was unlawful to lay violent hands on 388 3, 60 | Divine or human, which it is unlawful ~to violate by making them 389 3, 63 | or the profession of an unlawful ~form of worship.~Aquin.: 390 3, 64 | he may believe that it is unlawful to swear in ~any case whatever, 391 3, 66 | given, not as though it were unlawful ~for the neophyte to use 392 3, 80 | 18. ~Therefore, it seems unlawful to receive this sacrament 393 3, 80 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems unlawful to receive the body of Christ 394 3, 82 | one is bound to do what is unlawful for him to do; ~otherwise 395 Suppl, 8 | to his parish. ~Now it is unlawful, according to canon law ( 396 Suppl, 36| although by rights it would be unlawful for him to exercise the 397 Suppl, 39| conformed, it follows that it is unlawful, although not invalid, ~ 398 Suppl, 39| occupying himself in some unlawful ~manner, or failed to take 399 Suppl, 39| the fault ~of another. Now unlawful intercourse does not always 400 Suppl, 39| should he be debarred by the unlawful ~intercourse of his father.~ 401 Suppl, 39| also who ~are born of an unlawful union are debarred from 402 Suppl, 40| of ~Holies, which it was unlawful for the other priests to 403 Suppl, 41| begetting children is altogether unlawful, so ~that it be impossible 404 Suppl, 41| is lawful and the other unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[41] A[ 405 Suppl, 43| of marriage; for if it be unlawful, it should be renounced; 406 Suppl, 45| way as the marriages ~of unlawful persons, who are undue matter 407 Suppl, 46| not ~the fulfilling of an unlawful oath. Wherefore if a subsequent 408 Suppl, 46| obligation ~makes that oath unlawful, whereas it was lawful before, 409 Suppl, 46| about another's property is unlawful. ~Consequently the subsequent 410 Suppl, 46| makes the ~previous oath unlawful which was lawful before.~ 411 Suppl, 48| gives a power to do what is ~unlawful: even so would a man sin 412 Suppl, 49| marriage would be always unlawful; and this is contrary to 413 Suppl, 50| impediment making it altogether unlawful for a particular ~person 414 Suppl, 50| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, unlawful means against the law. Now 415 Suppl, 50| to marriage, ~making it unlawful for a person to marry.~Aquin.: 416 Suppl, 50| OBJ 5: Further, lawful and unlawful differ as that which is 417 Suppl, 50| lawful and those who are unlawful subjects ~of marriage.~Aquin.: 418 Suppl, 50| union of man and woman is unlawful save in marriage. Now ~every 419 Suppl, 50| in marriage. Now ~every unlawful union should be dissolved. 420 Suppl, 50| Persons are said to be unlawful subjects for marriage ~through 421 Suppl, 50| person may be rendered an ~unlawful subject of marriage by any 422 Suppl, 50| various persons have been unlawful subjects ~of marriage.~Aquin.: 423 Suppl, 50| and those who are simply unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[50] A[ 424 Suppl, 50| rendering it not invalid but unlawful. And if it be contracted 425 Suppl, 51| makes an action lawful or unlawful. For if a ~man were to strike 426 Suppl, 51| which render a ~person an unlawful subject of marriage. But ( 427 Suppl, 52| impediments render a marriage unlawful; and since ~it is not our 428 Suppl, 52| makes a thing lawful or unlawful, but the law to ~which our 429 Suppl, 53| through his fault it is unlawful for him not to pay the debt ~ 430 Suppl, 54| intercourse to ~be lawful or unlawful at different times for different 431 Suppl, 55| Whether it is caused through unlawful intercourse?~(4) Whether 432 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether unlawful intercourse causes affinity?~ 433 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that unlawful intercourse does not cause 434 Suppl, 55| blood-relationship. Now if unlawful ~intercourse were a cause 435 Suppl, 55| affinity is not caused by unlawful intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 436 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, unlawful intercourse is according 437 Suppl, 55| not caused by unnatural unlawful intercourse as ~decided 438 Suppl, 55| it is not ~caused only by unlawful intercourse according to 439 Suppl, 55| caused affinity. Therefore ~unlawful intercourse does so for 440 Suppl, 55| carnal copulation ~even in unlawful intercourse. Therefore unlawful 441 Suppl, 55| unlawful intercourse. Therefore unlawful intercourse causes ~affinity.~ 442 Suppl, 55| it ~follows that also an unlawful intercourse causes affinity 443 Suppl, 55| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: In an unlawful intercourse there is something 444 Suppl, 55| not only on account of ~unlawful but also on account of lawful 445 Suppl, 55| whom marriage is rendered unlawful by a vow; or in any other 446 Suppl, 55| could not take place between unlawful persons.~Aquin.: SMT XP 447 Suppl, 55| the contrary, Whatever is unlawful can be denounced. But the 448 Suppl, 55| affinity and consanguinity is unlawful. Therefore it can ~be denounced.~ 449 Suppl, 55| deemed lawful whereas ~it is unlawful. Wherefore just as a man 450 Suppl, 55| deemed ~lawful, whereas it is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 451 Suppl, 55| order to prevent what is unlawful. Hence ~in a matrimonial 452 Suppl, 56| marriage is rendered at least unlawful, as ~some say; but not in 453 Suppl, 58| make it not altogether unlawful for ~their subjects to marry.~ 454 Suppl, 58| frailty, through fear of unlawful ~intercourse. If, however, 455 Suppl, 59| tie. Since, ~then, it is unlawful for the unbelieving wife 456 Suppl, 59| Creator. If therefore it were ~unlawful for him to take another 457 Suppl, 62| 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for a husband to put away 458 Suppl, 62| intercourse ~between them becomes unlawful. Whereas fornication does 459 Suppl, 62| it become ~accidentally unlawful, in so far as the husband 460 Suppl, 62| same things are lawful or unlawful ~to the one as to the other: 461 Suppl, 62| again. ~Therefore it is unlawful both to the wife and to 462 Suppl, 62| destroy." Therefore it is unlawful for one, while the other ~ 463 Suppl, 62| marriage debt, but it would be unlawful for her to demand it.~Aquin.: 464 Suppl, 63| that a second marriage is unlawful. Because we ~should judge 465 Suppl, 63| truth fornication," which is unlawful. ~Therefore neither is a 466 Suppl, 63| whatever is not good is unlawful. Now Ambrose [*On 1 ~Cor. 467 Suppl, 63| not good. ~Therefore it is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[63] A[ 468 Suppl, 63| 42). ~Therefore they are unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[63] A[ 469 Suppl, 63| Therefore a second marriage is unlawful.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[63] A[ 470 Suppl, 63| be good, not that it is ~unlawful, but because it lacks the 471 Suppl, 63| debarred not ~only from unlawful things, but even from things 472 Suppl, 64| cannot ask, but if it be ~an unlawful cause, then he sins, and 473 Suppl, 64| must not obey in what ~is unlawful. Now the superior authority 474 Suppl, 65| 1]). Therefore as it is ~unlawful now, it was unlawful at 475 Suppl, 65| is ~unlawful now, it was unlawful at all times.~Aquin.: SMT 476 Suppl, 65| Abraham i, 4): ~"What is unlawful to a wife is unlawful to 477 Suppl, 65| is unlawful to a wife is unlawful to a husband." But it is 478 Suppl, 66| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, unlawful intercourse after marriage 479 Suppl, 66| command thee ~never to make unlawful ordinations, nor to admit 480 Suppl, 66| 1/1~OBJ 1: It would seem unlawful for a bigamist to be granted 481 Suppl, 67| can prohibit. It is also unlawful to consent to what is ~unlawful. 482 Suppl, 67| unlawful to consent to what is ~unlawful. Since then the Mosaic law 483 Suppl, 67| Holy Ghost inspires is not ~unlawful, it would seem that it was 484 Suppl, 67| seem that it was not always unlawful to divorce a wife.~Aquin.: 485 Suppl, 67| Dt. 24:4) for its being unlawful to ~take back a divorced 486 Suppl, 68| those who are born of an unlawful intercourse are ~born according 487 Suppl, 68| it be affected, excuses unlawful ~intercourse from sin. Wherefore 488 Suppl, 68| fault that he is born of an unlawful union. ~Therefore he should 489 Suppl, 68| latter were not born of an unlawful intercourse. Much ~more, 490 Suppl, 68| ought those born of an unlawful intercourse to incur ~loss 491 Suppl, 68| woman of ~whom he has an unlawful child (if it were not a 492 Suppl, 93| aureole is not due to an unlawful work. Now it is ~unlawful 493 Suppl, 93| unlawful work. Now it is ~unlawful to lay hands on oneself,


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