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massiliensis 2
massing 1
masso 1
master 423
master-prudence 1
master-virtue 1
mastercraft 3
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423 master
422 wills
421 89
421 relations
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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master

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1 1, 1 | handmaidens: even so the master sciences make use ~of the 2 1, 13 | habitudes themselves, as "master" and "servant," "father," 3 1, 20 | were greater; just as the master of a house may give some 4 1, 21 | to be his own. Thus the master owns the ~servant, and not 5 1, 22 | fully foreseen by their ~master, who has purposely sent 6 1, 23 | justice. This is what the master of the house said: "Take ~ 7 1, 23 | carries out his work, as ~a master through a servant. In this 8 1, 28 | the relation expressed, as master is a ~man, and slave is 9 1, 28 | father and the son, the master and ~the servant, and the 10 1, 30 | 1/5~I answer that, The Master (Sent. i, D, 24) considers 11 1, 30 | in which respect the Master was right (Sent. i, D, 24). 12 1, 36 | place to act, since he is master of ~his own act, but it 13 1, 40 | the ~properties. For the Master of the Sentences says (Sent. 14 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the Master says that "because He begets, 15 1, 41 | altogether the ~same. Whence the Master says that "generation and 16 1, 41 | essence of the ~Father, as the Master of the Sentences explains ( 17 1, 41 | the divine essence as the Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), 18 1, 42 | essence. For this reason the Master says (Sent. ~i, D, xxxi) 19 1, 43 | according to command, ~as the master sends the servant; or according 20 1, 44 | QQ. 83, qu. 46), are "the master forms, which are ~contained 21 1, 45 | And in the same manner the Master ~says (Sent. iv, D, 5) that 22 1, 48 | perfect action, of which he is master by the will. Therefore every 23 1, 62 | contrary, Is the saying of the Master of the Sentences (Sent. 24 1, 76 | receives knowledge from the master, it ~cannot be said that 25 1, 76 | cannot be said that the master's knowledge begets knowledge 26 1, 76 | knowledge which is in the master is communicated to the ~ 27 1, 76 | intellect of the disciple and master is but ~one; and, consequently, 28 1, 76 | disciple and another in the ~master. How it is caused will be 29 1, 40 | the ~properties. For the Master of the Sentences says (Sent. 30 1, 40 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: When the Master says that "because He begets, 31 1, 41 | altogether the ~same. Whence the Master says that "generation and 32 1, 41 | essence of the ~Father, as the Master of the Sentences explains ( 33 1, 41 | the divine essence as the Master says (Sent. i, D, vii), 34 1, 42 | essence. For this reason the Master says (Sent. ~i, D, xxxi) 35 1, 43 | according to command, ~as the master sends the servant; or according 36 1, 45 | QQ. 83, qu. 46), are "the master forms, which are ~contained 37 1, 46 | And in the same manner the Master ~says (Sent. iv, D, 5) that 38 1, 49 | perfect action, of which he is master by the will. Therefore every 39 1, 63 | contrary, Is the saying of the Master of the Sentences (Sent. 40 1, 75 | receives knowledge from the master, it ~cannot be said that 41 1, 75 | cannot be said that the master's knowledge begets knowledge 42 1, 75 | knowledge which is in the master is communicated to the ~ 43 1, 75 | intellect of the disciple and master is but ~one; and, consequently, 44 1, 75 | disciple and another in the ~master. How it is caused will be 45 1, 82 | whoever has free-will is master of his own actions. But ~ 46 1, 82 | actions. But ~man is not master of his own actions: for 47 1, 92 | powers of the soul," as the Master of the Sentences says (1 ~ 48 1, 93 | God ~immediately," as the Master of the Sentences asserts ( 49 1, 93 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxi) 50 1, 93 | not, however, follow the Master of the ~Sentences in this 51 1, 94 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the Master says (Sent. ii, D, xxiv): " 52 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The Master here speaks according to 53 1, 94 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Master says (Sent. ii., D, xxiv) 54 1, 95 | the state of innocence was master over the animals?~(2) Whether 55 1, 95 | animals?~(2) Whether he was master over all creatures?~(3) 56 1, 95 | state man would have been master over men?~Aquin.: SMT FP 57 1, 95 | thus, if man himself were master over the animals. Therefore 58 1, 95 | Further, it is proper to a master to command. But a command 59 1, 95 | nature, that man should be ~master over animals. Hence the 60 1, 95 | 3: Further, whosoever is master of a thing, can change it. 61 1, 95 | and so ~according as he is master of what is within himself, 62 1, 95 | reason has the position of a master and not ~of a subject. Wherefore 63 1, 95 | and the body itself man is master not by commanding, but by 64 1, 95 | innocence man would have been master over man?~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 95 | man would not have ~been master over man. For Augustine 66 1, 95 | man would not have ~been master over man in the state of 67 1, 95 | slavery, in which sense a master means one to whom another 68 1, 95 | free men, can be called a master. In the state of ~innocence 69 1, 95 | innocence man could have been a master of men, not in the former 70 1, 95 | another. So that one man is master of another as his slave ~ 71 1, 95 | he refers the one whose master he is, to his own - namely 72 1, 95 | to his own - namely the ~master's use. And since every man' 73 1, 95 | Para. 2/3~But a man is the master of a free subject, by directing 74 1, 97 | Therefore, since man was made master of the animals, it would ~ 75 1, 102 | govern itself; since it is master ~of its own act, and acts 76 1, 102 | creature governs itself as master of its own act, it requires 77 1, 102 | others in government; as a ~master, who not only imparts knowledge 78 1, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Master of the Sentences (ii, D, 79 1, 105 | perfect knowledge; as the master ~understands the same thing 80 1, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Master's words are not to be understood 81 1, 106 | speech the disciple to the master; and ~in this way an angel 82 1, 106 | ask ~instruction from the master.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[107] A[ 83 1, 107 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Master says (ii, D. 9) that "an 84 1, 115 | servants are sent by their ~master to the same place; the meeting 85 1, 115 | but as compared to the master, who had ordered ~it, it 86 1, 116 | God." Therefore to be a ~master is properly an honor due 87 1, 116 | God. But it belongs to a master to ~teach. Therefore man 88 1, 116 | not acquire it from the master. If they are signs of ~things 89 1, 116 | the same in disciple and master, if we consider the ~identity 90 1, 116 | fresh knowledge from his master, but is roused ~by him to 91 1, 116 | Body Para. 5/5~Now the master leads the disciple from 92 1, 116 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The master does not cause the intellectual 93 1, 116 | The signs proposed by the master to the disciple are of ~ 94 1, 116 | be said to have his own master because ~perfect knowledge 95 1, 116 | such as is required in a ~master. ~(tm)Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] 96 2, 1 | animals in this, that he is master of his actions. Wherefore 97 2, 1 | called human, of which man is master. Now man ~is master of his 98 2, 1 | man is master. Now man ~is master of his actions through his 99 2, 1 | rests as in his last end, is master ~of his affections, since 100 2, 5 | natural power, whereby he is master of his own actions; it seems ~ 101 2, 6 | voluntary, man is said to be master of his actions. But irrational 102 2, 6 | 2: The fact that man is master of his actions, is due to 103 2, 9 | a ~slave is moved by his master, but by a "royal and politic 104 2, 14 | through the ~other; thus the master takes counsel about what 105 2, 15 | with the end is called the master or principal art.~Aquin.: 106 2, 17 | the soul as a slave to his master, ~as the Philosopher says ( 107 2, 17 | supremacy," which is that ~of a master over his slave; but by a " 108 2, 20 | before, and they warned his master, and he did not shut him 109 2, 20 | instrument, as it were, of his ~master, the servant's action is 110 2, 20 | servant's action is his master's, just as the action of 111 2, 20 | action ~result from his master's good will, and is therefore 112 2, 20 | the servant, is not the master's action: but only in so 113 2, 20 | as it proceeds from the master's command. Wherefore the 114 2, 21 | with that of which he is master: thus if a man destroys 115 2, 21 | to another. But man is master of his own actions. Therefore 116 2, 21 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man is master of his actions; and yet, 117 2, 34 | whereas the man who is master of ~himself does not. Therefore 118 2, 47 | wise man, if by a ~fool; a master, if by a servant.~Aquin.: 119 2, 56 | despotic command" as the master rules his slave: wherefore 120 2, 58 | like a despot," i.e. as a master rules his ~slave, who has 121 2, 68 | higher ~teaching from his master. Now it is manifest that 122 2, 68 | Malachi 1:6): "If . . . I be a master, where is My fear?" ~Therefore 123 2, 79 | anything contrary to his master's orders, it is not ascribed ~ 124 2, 79 | is not ascribed ~to the master as though he were the cause 125 2, 88 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Master says ( Sentent. ii, D, 24) 126 2, 100 | service. Fidelity to his master consists in ~his not giving 127 2, 100 | gods." ~Reverence to his master requires that he should 128 2, 100 | Service is due to the master in ~return for the benefits 129 2, 104 | relationship of a ~slave to his master, since a slave "is his master' 130 2, 104 | master, since a slave "is his master's in all that he is," ~as 131 2, 104 | wife to her husband; of the master to his servant: and according 132 2, 105 | is in every respect his ~master's property," as the Philosopher 133 2, 105 | Further, a slave is his master's property, just as an animal, ~ 134 2, 105 | shalt not deliver to his master the servant that is fled 135 2, 105 | Further, the dominion of a master over his slave differs from ~ 136 2, 105 | 3). But the dominion of master ~over slave gives the former 137 2, 105 | so can a ~slave be to his master, and a son to his father. 138 2, 105 | done by a servant to his master, or by a son to his father. 139 2, 105 | combination: viz. those of master and servant, those of husband ~ 140 2, 105 | referring to a ~servant whom his master seeks to kill, or to help 141 2, 105 | died ~under the blow of his master. If, however, the hurt was 142 2, 105 | was the ~property of his master. Hence the reason for his 143 2, 105 | servant in respect of his master: because ~the latter infidelity 144 2, 107 | sabbath in reality, as ~the Master Himself shows in the Gospel: 145 2, 109 | man's power, whereof he is master. Now man is master of his ~ 146 2, 109 | he is master. Now man is master of his ~acts, and especially 147 2, 109 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Man is master of his acts and of his willing 148 2, 109 | another. And although he is master of his deliberating or not ~ 149 2, 109 | unweakened is ~not so much master of its act that it does 150 2, 109 | works." Hence, since man is master of his works, it seems that 151 2, 110 | to act rightly. ~And the Master seems to have thought this ( 152 2, 114 | speak of a father's or a master's right (Ethic. v, ~6), 153 2, 114 | receives a horse from his master, he merits it by a good 154 2, 114 | a good use of it in ~his master's service. Now God is much 155 2, 1 | of the learner; thus the ~master, who has perfect knowledge 156 2, 2 | a disciple believes the ~master who is teaching him.~Aquin.: 157 2, 5 | Victor are those of a ~master, and have the force of an 158 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, a master cannot employ his servant, 159 2, 10 | least by word, since the master moves his ~servant by command. 160 2, 10 | servant who is ruled by ~his master's commands, will be converted 161 2, 10 | converted to the faith of his master who ~is a believer, than 162 2, 10 | servants. If, however, the master were ~in danger, through 163 2, 10 | Polit. i, 2) a slave is ~his master's instrument in matters 164 2, 10 | the King of Tyre to send master workmen to hew the ~trees, 165 2, 10 | under the power of his master. Now the Jews are bondsmen 166 2, 11 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Master commanded his servants ( 167 2, 13 | 1/1~On the contrary, The Master says (Sent. ii, D, 43) that " 168 2, 13 | which ~are assigned by the Master (Sent. ii, D, 43). For to 169 2, 15 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A master does not impose laws on 170 2, 16 | merits, according to the Master (Sent. iii, ~D, 26). Therefore 171 2, 16 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Master says (Sent. iii, D, 26) 172 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The Master is speaking of living hope, 173 2, 17 | future happiness," ~as the Master states (Sent. iii, D, 26): 174 2, 18 | Malachi 1:6): "If I be a master, where is My fear?"~Aquin.: 175 2, 18 | from that of servant to master. Now filial ~fear, which 176 2, 18 | in comparison with his ~master. Therefore chaste fear, 177 2, 18 | stands the authority of the Master (Sent. iii, D, 34). ~Aquin.: 178 2, 18 | The relation of servant to master is based on the power ~which 179 2, 18 | on the power ~which the master exercises over the servant; 180 2, 20 | excuse from sin: for the ~Master says (Sent. ii, D, 22) that " 181 2, 22 | 1/4~I answer that, The Master looks thoroughly into this 182 2, 22 | as a servant, by whom his master works, is ~beneath his master. 183 2, 22 | master works, is ~beneath his master. Now "faith . . . worketh 184 2, 22 | not instrumentally, as a master by his ~servant, but as 185 2, 23 | natural capacity, as the Master teaches (Sent. ~ii, D, 3). 186 2, 24 | through ~its free-will, is the master of its disposal of the good 187 2, 30 | servants are under their master's power, according to ~Titus 188 2, 45 | is the instrument of his master), but he does ~take counsel 189 2, 48 | A slave is moved by his master, and a subject by his ~ruler, 190 2, 53 | although she hath no guide, nor master . . ~. provideth her meat 191 2, 55 | paternal right, since the master and the ~father pertain 192 2, 55 | a slave belongs to his ~master, because he is his instrument, 193 2, 55 | the just simply, ~between master and servant, but that which 194 2, 55 | father, or a slave from his master: for she is received into 195 2, 55 | between father and son, or master and slave, because, as husband 196 2, 55 | belongs to the slave is his ~master's, it follows that properly 197 2, 55 | of ~father to son, or of master to slave.~Aquin.: SMT SS 198 2, 55 | as ~such, belongs to his master; yet each, considered as 199 2, 55 | father ~to his son, and of a master to his slave; but in so 200 2, 56 | and wife, father and son, master and slave," in each of which 201 2, 58 | 58], A[2]). ~Now man is master in things concerning himself, 202 2, 59 | be induced to leave his master: which things can also be 203 2, 59 | inducing a slave to leave his master ~are properly injuries against 204 2, 59 | latter, since a slave ~is his master's chattel, is referred to 205 2, 62 | ministers should ~imitate their master, according to Ecclus. 10: 206 2, 62 | sins against that slave's master, ~and as he who usurps to 207 2, 62 | Reply OBJ 3: Man is made master of himself through his free-will: ~ 208 2, 63 | slave to the power of his master, a ~parent can lawfully 209 2, 63 | strike his child, and a master his slave that ~instruction 210 2, 63 | hand the father and the master ~who preside over the family 211 2, 79 | voluntarily do his duty by his master, and ~so "he makes a virtue 212 2, 80 | as service of a temporal master differs from the ~service 213 2, 81 | not 'Give me,' because the Master of unity ~did not wish us 214 2, 86 | witnessing of others. Hence the Master says (Sent. iv, ~D, 38) 215 2, 86 | slave, through being in his master's power, even as regards 216 2, 86 | would withdraw him from his master's service.~Aquin.: SMT SS 217 2, 86 | condition, if ~"the father or master consent," or "does not dissent." 218 2, 86 | spiritual ~prelate being, not a master, but a dispenser, his power 219 2, 88 | between them, that man is master of his own actions but not 220 2, 94 | flogging when he sees ~his master's anger. Possibly the same 221 2, 98 | their own slave. For every master sells ~what he has just 222 2, 98 | chief, they are not his as master and owner. Therefore, were ~ 223 2, 98 | advice for health, and a master the ~exercise of his teaching. 224 2, 101 | reverence of servants for their master, dulia being the Greek for ~ 225 2, 101 | instance king, father and master, as the ~Philosopher states ( 226 2, 101 | another, the disciple his master ~under another, and so on 227 2, 102 | subjected and assigned to his master but his soul is his own. ~ 228 2, 102 | relating to war, a servant his master in matters touching the 229 2, 102 | sphere of a father's or master's authority.~Aquin.: SMT 230 2, 104 | that he is belongs ~to his master. Yet sometimes a slave does 231 2, 104 | does a good turn to his master. ~Therefore gratitude is 232 2, 106 | respect of which each man is master of himself. But sometimes 233 2, 106 | are ~a possession of their master. Secondly, when one person' 234 2, 120 | at a glance that man is master of himself, and that he 235 2, 130 | Jn. 13:13, "You call Me Master and ~Lord; and you say well" ( 236 2, 131 | he had received from his master, and did not trade with 237 2, 131 | fear, was punished by his master (Mt. 25; Lk. 19).~Aquin.: 238 2, 156 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Man is master of his actions through the 239 2, 156 | his reason, whereby he is master of himself; for Chrysostom 240 2, 169 | that I may hear Him as a master." This is also indicated 241 2, 172 | intelligible ~truth the master propounds, is shown to have 242 2, 181 | wit, as a man is his own master or subject to ~another, 243 2, 184 | end as disciples under a master. Hence ~religious need to 244 2, 187 | vow to God is not ~his own master; for instance, if a slave, 245 2, 187 | without the ~knowledge of his master: for his master can annul 246 2, 187 | knowledge of his master: for his master can annul this, as stated 247 2, 187 | than that of a slave to his master, since sonship is natural, ~ 248 2, 187 | aside the service of his master in order to enter ~religion 249 2, 187 | slave ~belongs wholly to his master" [*Aristotle, Polit. i, 250 3, 1 | my ~honor? and if I be a master, where is my fear?" But 251 3, 1 | was not becoming that the Master by Whose imitation the human 252 3, 2 | opinion set down by the Master (Sent. ~iii, D, 6). But 253 3, 2 | third opinion ~which the Master sets down (Sent. iii, D, 254 3, 2 | opinions, mentioned by the Master (Sent. iii, D, 6), which 255 3, 3 | receiving the word of his master. Hence it is ~said (Ecclus. 256 3, 12 | people, for a leader and a master to the Gentiles." Now ~a 257 3, 12 | to the Gentiles." Now ~a master is not taught, but teaches. 258 3, 15 | disturbed mind, but of a master teaching."~Aquin.: SMT TP 259 3, 20 | who had called Him a good ~master, and had not confessed Him 260 3, 20 | moved by ~the will of his master. Now to act is not attributed 261 3, 20 | Christ is neither servant nor master of Himself. It is ~foolish, 262 3, 20 | cannot be the ~servant or master of Himself." Now Christ 263 3, 20 | servant has reference to master. Now nothing has a ~relation 264 3, 20 | above (A[1], ad 2), to be master or servant ~is attributed 265 3, 20 | said that Christ is the master or servant of Himself, or 266 3, 20 | the ~Word of God is the Master of the Man Christ, this 267 3, 20 | order that anyone may be the master of another.~Aquin.: SMT 268 3, 20 | it is necessary that the master and the ~servant should 269 3, 20 | inasmuch as the same one is master of ~Himself in different 270 3, 21 | the Author of power, the Master of obedience persuades ~ 271 3, 21 | The Doctor of Peace and ~Master of Unity did not wish prayers 272 3, 23 | word in the mind of the master. ~In this way the rational 273 3, 25 | them may reflect on their Master." ~Consequently, by honoring 274 3, 26 | Ware (1300), who ~was the master of Duns Scotus (1308)]. 275 3, 35 | The same is said of one master who ~teaches many disciples 276 3, 35 | different relations as the master ~of different disciples, 277 3, 38 | According to the opinion of the Master (Sent. iv, D, 2), ~"those 278 3, 42 | disciples made out the Master to be more than He really 279 3, 46 | was even the chair of the Master teaching."~Aquin.: SMT TP 280 3, 50 | 75], A[4]. Likewise the Master of the Sentences (iii, D, 281 3, 64 | wicked intention, whereas his master had ~commanded him with 282 3, 65 | placed after it, as the Master does ~(iv, 2,8).~Aquin.: 283 3, 66 | the washing. Hence the Master (iv, 3) says that "Baptism 284 3, 66 | Further, as Augustine (cf. Master of the Sentences, iv, 3) 285 3, 70 | effect was to remit sin. The Master holds this opinion (Sent. 286 3, 82 | the good intention of the ~master; so the blessing of a sinful 287 3, 83 | supper-room prepared by the master of the house, as related 288 3, 85 | as a servant under ~his master, a son under his father, 289 3, 85 | amendment, as a servant to his master, ~according to Ps. 122:2: " 290 3, 88 | the servant from whom ~his master exacted the payment of the 291 3, 88 | slave who is freed by his master returns to the same state 292 3, 89 | but ~henceforth asks the Master instead of John."~Aquin.: 293 3, Note| writing so well ~of his Divine Master. The remainder of the Summa 294 3, Note| writing so well ~of his Divine Master. The remainder of the Summa 295 3, Note| Thomas always called the Master. But that influence was 296 3, Note| directly contradicted the Master may be seen by any student 297 Suppl, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Master says (Sent. iv, D, 16, cap. 298 Suppl, 7 | gate of heaven," as the Master says (Sent. ~iv, D, 17). 299 Suppl, 10| and more wary," as ~the Master states in the text (Sent. 300 Suppl, 13| all ~that he has is his master's. But we are the slaves 301 Suppl, 13| liberty, in so far as he is master of his actions through his 302 Suppl, 13| that he might be his own master, ~which cannot be said of 303 Suppl, 14| not for another, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, 15). ~ 304 Suppl, 17| been ~the opinion of the Master (Sent. iv, D, 19).~Aquin.: 305 Suppl, 18| declaration only, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, ~18), 306 Suppl, 18| 1/2~On the contrary, The Master stated above (Sent. iv, 307 Suppl, 18| give the Holy Ghost, as the Master said above (Sent. i, D, 308 Suppl, 18| 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: As the Master says in the text (Sent. 309 Suppl, 18| liberal discount to ~his master's debtors. But God is more 310 Suppl, 19| 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the Master states (Sent. iv, D, 18), 311 Suppl, 21| and in this respect the Master of the Sentences says (Sent. 312 Suppl, 23| opposite way, viz. that ~the master can communicate with his 313 Suppl, 23| are bound to serve their master, so is the master bound 314 Suppl, 23| their master, so is the master bound to look ~after his 315 Suppl, 24| striker be a servant, ~whose master is not at fault and would 316 Suppl, 29| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the Master says explicitly (Sent. iv, 317 Suppl, 29| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The Master says it was instituted by 318 Suppl, 29| 1/2~On the contrary, The Master says (Sent. iv, D, 1) that 319 Suppl, 34| improperly defined by the Master ~(Sent. iv, D, 53), where 320 Suppl, 34| 1/1~I answer that, The Master's definition of Order applies 321 Suppl, 37| Order. This is what ~the Master means, when He says in the 322 Suppl, 39| same time serve his ~carnal master and exercise his spiritual 323 Suppl, 39| receive Orders, since the master must be indemnified.~Aquin.: 324 Suppl, 39| If he be ordained, his master knowing and not dissenting, ~ 325 Suppl, 39| becomes a freedman. But if his master be in ~ignorance, the bishop 326 Suppl, 39| him are bound to pay the ~master double the slave's value, 327 Suppl, 39| return to the bondage of his master, ~notwithstanding the impossibility 328 Suppl, 41| marriage blessings, as the Master ~says (Sent. iv, D, 26). 329 Suppl, 42| further on (ad 5). The Master, however (Sent. iv, D, 26), 330 Suppl, 42| reality is that which the ~Master assigns (Sent. iv, D, 26).~ 331 Suppl, 46| is not made yet, as the Master says ~in the text (Sent. 332 Suppl, 47| which a man is his own master as the father is. Such is 333 Suppl, 49| insufficiently ~enumerated by the Master (Sent. iv, D, 31), namely " 334 Suppl, 49| faith according to ~the Master (Sent. iv, D, 31). Therefore 335 Suppl, 49| 1/2~Reply OBJ 7: As the Master says (Sent. iv, D, 31), 336 Suppl, 49| inseparability, as ~the Master says (Sent. iv, D, 31); 337 Suppl, 50| ignorance. Wherefore the ~Master pronounced on these two 338 Suppl, 50| certain impediments by the Master (Sent. iv, D, 16), such ~ 339 Suppl, 50| various conditions of men, the Master (Sent. iv, D, 34) ~asserts 340 Suppl, 51| OBJ 4: According to the Master (Sent. iv, D, 30) the marriage ~ 341 Suppl, 51| to another, without his master's consent. For ~this reason 342 Suppl, 51| subject of marriage. But (the Master) does not mention ~error 343 Suppl, 52| slave can marry without his master's consent?~(3) Whether a 344 Suppl, 52| slave can marry without his master's consent?~Aquin.: SMT XP 345 Suppl, 52| cannot marry without his master's ~consent. For no one can 346 Suppl, 52| consent. Now a slave is his master's chattel. Therefore he ~ 347 Suppl, 52| by marrying without his master's ~consent.~Aquin.: SMT 348 Suppl, 52| slave is bound to obey his master. But his master may ~command 349 Suppl, 52| obey his master. But his master may ~command him not to 350 Suppl, 52| wife ~asks for the debt his master may demand of him a service 351 Suppl, 52| slave can marry without his master's consent, the latter ~would 352 Suppl, 52| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a master may sell his slave into 353 Suppl, 52| unbelievers, or if her master be unwilling, supposing 354 Suppl, 52| cannot marry without his master's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 355 Suppl, 52| receive orders without his ~master's consent. Much less therefore 356 Suppl, 52| slave can marry without his master's ~consent.~Aquin.: SMT 357 Suppl, 52| is not so subject to his master as not to be at liberty 358 Suppl, 52| freely, even without his master's ~knowledge or consent.~ 359 Suppl, 52| Reply OBJ 1: A slave is his master's chattel in matters superadded 360 Suppl, 52| over his body without his master's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 361 Suppl, 52| slave is bound to obey his master in those things which ~his 362 Suppl, 52| those things which ~his master can command lawfully; and 363 Suppl, 52| lawfully; and just as his master cannot lawfully ~command 364 Suppl, 52| and consequently if the master command his slave not to ~ 365 Suppl, 52| is not bound to obey his master.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[52] A[ 366 Suppl, 52| slave has married with his master's consent, he should ~omit 367 Suppl, 52| service commanded by his master and pay the debt to his 368 Suppl, 52| to his wife; ~because the master, by consenting to his slave' 369 Suppl, 52| contracted without the master's knowledge or consent, 370 Suppl, 52| in preference to obey his master, if the two things are ~ 371 Suppl, 52| slave is bound to obey, his ~master or his wife.~Aquin.: SMT 372 Suppl, 52| case it is said that the master should be ~compelled not 373 Suppl, 52| works, and in which his master ~has power over him, but 374 Suppl, 52| vow continence without his master's consent.~Aquin.: SMT XP 375 Suppl, 52| the husband is his own master since he is free. Therefore 376 Suppl, 52| slave can marry without his master's consent, as stated above ~( 377 Suppl, 52| manner subject himself to a ~master, without his wife's consent.~ 378 Suppl, 52| these ~obligations by his master's command.~Aquin.: SMT XP 379 Suppl, 52| to ~his wife, though his master be unwilling.~Aquin.: SMT 380 Suppl, 52| since a slave is to the master a kind of instrument in 381 Suppl, 52| or if one only, the one master ~will compensate the other 382 Suppl, 55| the ~movable, or between master and servant; and some of 383 Suppl, 57| neither one who is not his own master, ~nor one who is not twenty-five 384 Suppl, 57| except one who is his own master, one ~namely who has no 385 Suppl, 57| one who is not his own ~master can adopt, without the consent 386 Suppl, 57| one who is not ~his own master, or who is less than twenty-five 387 Suppl, 58| not. For ~this reason the Master holds (Sent. iv, D, 34) 388 Suppl, 58| frigidity ~does. Yet the Master treats of it together with 389 Suppl, 59| wife than a ~slave to his master. But a converted slave is 390 Suppl, 59| possession, as a slave to his master, but by way of a kind of ~ 391 Suppl, 59| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, the Master says this expressly (Sent. 392 Suppl, 59| OBJ 5: The words of the Master refer to betrothal, because 393 Suppl, 64| slave is in the power of his master, so is one ~spouse in the 394 Suppl, 64| obligation of precept to pay his master the debt of his service 395 Suppl, 64| And so, according to the Master ~(Sent. iv, D, 32), Jerome 396 Suppl, 64| over her husband, so has a master ~over his slave. Now a slave 397 Suppl, 64| is not bound to serve his master save when ~the latter commands 398 Suppl, 64| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The master is not ashamed to demand 399 Suppl, 64| her husband. Yet ~if the master were not to demand it, either 400 Suppl, 64| prejudice to his duty to his master. Hence just as a wife cannot ~ 401 Suppl, 64| hinder him in his duty to his master. ~And yet the master cannot 402 Suppl, 64| his master. ~And yet the master cannot for this reason prevent 403 Suppl, 64| duty towards a temporal ~master.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 404 Suppl, 64| understand the statement of the Master (Sent. iv, D, 33), ~namely 405 Suppl, 65| But a bondswoman is her master's property. Therefore if 406 Suppl, 65| property. Therefore if her master ~use her as he will, he 407 Suppl, 65| although a bondswoman is her master's property that she ~may 408 Suppl, 66| of the statement of the Master (Sent. iv, D, 27), namely ~ 409 Suppl, 66| irregularities according to the Master's statement (Sent. iv,). 410 Suppl, 67| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the Master says that it was so in the 411 Suppl, 69| sins in this world, ~as the Master said above (Sent. iv, D, 412 Suppl, 70| the same as ~quoted by the Master (Sent. iv, D, 44): "If the 413 Suppl, 71| mercy at the command of his master who has charity. Hence, 414 Suppl, 71| suffrages alone. Hence the ~Master, in the text (Sent. iv, 415 Suppl, 72| glory of fruition, as the ~Master says (Sent. ii, D, 1): and 416 Suppl, 83| Enchiridion xcii) as the Master remarks (Sent. iv, D, 44). 417 Suppl, 84| common opinion, ~although the Master (Sent. iv, D, 43) says the 418 Suppl, 86| 1/2~I answer that, The Master in the text of Sentent. 419 Suppl, 89| beatific vision. ~Hence the Master says (Sent. ii, D, 1) that 420 Suppl, 93| up with the honor of the master's chair." Therefore it would 421 Appen1, 2| demons; for, according to the Master, "they will have for torturers 422 Appen1, 2| their punishment, as the Master says in the text [*Sentent. ~ 423 Appen2, 1| Purgatory is temporary, as ~the Master says (Sent. iv, D, 21).


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