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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 39 | which causes are in all cases distinguished from those ~ 2 1, 42 | filiation. For in both these cases relation would ~be multiplied 3 1, 57 | to be ~observed in other cases. Accordingly, since an angel 4 1, 57 | causes in the majority ~of cases, are not known for certain, 5 1, 57 | causes in the minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such 6 1, 57 | necessity, or in the majority of cases, but even casual ~and chance 7 1, 39 | which causes are in all cases distinguished from those ~ 8 1, 42 | filiation. For in both these cases relation would ~be multiplied 9 1, 58 | to be ~observed in other cases. Accordingly, since an angel 10 1, 58 | causes in the majority ~of cases, are not known for certain, 11 1, 58 | causes in the minority of cases are quite ~unknown; such 12 1, 58 | necessity, or in the majority of cases, but even casual ~and chance 13 1, 80 | diminishes ~concupiscence in many cases. This is clear also from 14 1, 91 | united; although in ~some cases one of them preponderates, 15 1, 92 | to it; and thus in both cases the species falls short 16 1, 94 | means. In each of these ~cases the degree of merit corresponds 17 1, 114 | truth in the majority ~of cases, especially in a general 18 1, 114 | way. But not in particular cases; for ~nothing prevents man 19 1, 114 | but in the majority ~of cases, and in the minority to 20 1, 114 | producing them. But that such ~cases do fail in the minority 21 1, 114 | fail in the minority of cases is due to some hindering 22 1, 114 | produce it in the majority of cases, clashes sometimes with 23 1, 114 | effects in the minority of cases.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 24 2, 1 | for an end. But ~in some cases the last end is an action, 25 2, 2 | external causes, and in most cases to ~fortune; for which reason 26 2, 2 | same kind of love in both cases. As to whether man loves ~ 27 2, 9 | otherwise, in particular cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[9] A[2] 28 2, 9 | Consequently, in the majority of cases ~predictions about human 29 2, 10 | is most evident in those cases ~wherein reason resists 30 2, 13 | this plainly, in wonderful cases of sagacity manifested in 31 2, 14 | in contingent ~particular cases, in order that anything 32 2, 19 | bind; wherefore in such cases the will which is at variance 33 2, 20 | and in the majority ~of cases, in this respect, the consequences 34 2, 25 | Herm. i, 1). Now in most ~cases we know a cause by its effect. 35 2, 37 | sorrow causes desire in many cases, as stated in Ethic. ~vii, 36 2, 42 | the same flight in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[42] A[ 37 2, 48 | cunning, because, ~in many cases, the pleasurable things 38 2, 51 | thing, in the majority of cases; which ~inclination belongs 39 2, 56 | or that man: and in these cases there is ~no need for virtue 40 2, 57 | the ~natural law, in those cases where the common law fails 41 2, 58 | argues ~about particular cases, it needs not only universal 42 2, 58 | aright about particular cases. For it ~happens sometimes 43 2, 59 | comparison does not hold for all cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 44 2, 60 | passion of ~the soul. In such cases justice is destroyed in 45 2, 60 | same effect. But in some cases ~virtue is chiefly about 46 2, 60 | is extended also to all cases in which something due is ~ 47 2, 63 | evil in the majority of cases, and chiefly in ~matters 48 2, 64 | is to be applied in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[64] A[ 49 2, 64 | something positive in both cases. Hence "to be" ~and "not 50 2, 67 | is not the same in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 51 2, 72 | diversity; and though, in some cases, it may be consequent to ~ 52 2, 72 | hoarding money: and in such cases the corruption of different ~ 53 2, 75 | is to be verified in all cases, it must ~be understood 54 2, 84 | happens in the ~majority of cases, not what happens invariably, 55 2, 87 | the glory of God. In such cases the loss is an evil to ~ 56 2, 89 | venial sins, ~and in most cases they are cleansed by the 57 2, 91 | determinations of individual cases, which are, however, ~contained 58 2, 94 | true for the majority of cases: but it may happen in a 59 2, 94 | for all in the majority of cases, both ~as to rectitude and 60 2, 94 | knowledge; and yet in some few cases it may ~fail, both as to 61 2, 94 | corruption fail in some few cases on ~account of some obstacle), 62 2, 94 | rectitude in the majority of cases, but failing ~in a few.~ 63 2, 94 | prescribes be not right in most cases. But it may be changed in ~ 64 2, 94 | changed in ~some particular cases of rare occurrence, through 65 2, 94 | of nature in particular cases, not ~universally, except 66 2, 96 | fail in some individual cases, it seems that laws ~should 67 2, 96 | general but for individual cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[96] A[ 68 2, 96 | general laws to particular cases: such ~are decrees which 69 2, 96 | instances, and yet, in some cases, is very hurtful. Since ~ 70 2, 96 | on account of such like cases, have the power to ~dispense 71 2, 96 | were able to take all the cases into consideration, he ~ 72 2, 97 | human laws fail in some ~cases: wherefore it is possible 73 2, 97 | be evil. And when ~such cases are multiplied, by reason 74 2, 99 | the reason to individual cases in a determinate way. Hence 75 2, 99 | sunset"; and in other like ~cases. Wherefore Jerome (Praefat. 76 2, 100 | natural law fails in some cases and is changeable, like 77 2, 100 | apply in ~certain particular cases is a reason for dispensation, 78 2, 100 | these precepts in certain cases would not be ~prejudicial 79 2, 100 | fail to apply in certain ~cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 80 2, 101 | and therefore in both cases there is need of signs by 81 2, 105 | depositor. ~Hence in certain cases there was a stricter obligation 82 2, 105 | slain): whereas in the other cases mentioned above, he was 83 2, 105 | of men: ~just as even now cases are taken from a lower to 84 2, 105 | prescribed by the Law in two cases. First, ~in the case of 85 2, 107 | But ~Christ in certain cases acted against the Law. For 86 2, 107 | altogether from swearing, save in cases of urgency. Thirdly, Our 87 2, 107 | forbidden in the Old Law ~in all cases, although they were forbidden 88 2, 111 | as happens in many other cases; and thus the two parts 89 2, 113 | him in a ~dream." In such cases the use of free-will remains.~ 90 2, 114 | operations equal in both cases.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[114] A[ 91 2, 3 | from the faith; for in such cases as ~these, confession of 92 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In cases of necessity where faith 93 2, 10 | heretics, except in such cases as that of the Manichees, 94 2, 10 | under servitude in such cases": ~and a canon [*Can. Uxor 95 2, 11 | the Church ought in all cases to receive those ~who return 96 2, 13 | or ~evil: and yet in both cases, one man can begin from 97 2, 24 | him . . . drink." Outside cases of urgency, to ~show such 98 2, 25 | welfare, except perhaps in cases of ~urgency: wherefore charity 99 2, 25 | for them. Nevertheless in cases of ~necessity the child 100 2, 25 | his wife: for in certain cases a man ought to succor his ~ 101 2, 29 | hand: because in certain cases one ought, for instance, 102 2, 29 | the ~different particular cases, as the Philosopher states ( 103 2, 29 | Church or state. In other cases we must take to ~account 104 2, 30 | succor them. For in such cases the words of Ambrose apply, ~" 105 2, 30 | common weal. For in such cases it would seem praiseworthy 106 2, 30 | Therefore, in certain cases, it is lawful to give alms 107 2, 30 | same applies to all similar cases of illegal ~giving and receiving.~ 108 2, 30 | him by cheating. In these ~cases he is bound to restitution, 109 2, 30 | of her husband, except in cases of necessity as stated, ~ 110 2, 31 | ill-repute or suspicion; in which cases a prelate can ~command just 111 2, 31 | witnesses forward in such cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 112 2, 42 | the ~Greek in all three cases has {ex holes tes ischyos}, 113 2, 43 | or in others: and in both cases ~this is the result of setting 114 2, 45 | universal rules to particular cases: hence the ~conclusions 115 2, 45 | judge promptly of particular cases. This does not mean however 116 2, 47 | occur in the majority of cases: because principles must 117 2, 47 | true in ~the majority of cases: wherefore the Philosopher 118 2, 49 | deposit, or in other similar cases. Hence it is necessary to 119 2, 55 | human right fail in certain cases, nor do ~they obtain force 120 2, 55 | is ~unrighteous there are cases in which a deposit should 121 2, 56 | at all ~times and in all cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 122 2, 58 | established, fail in some cases, when if they were observed 123 2, 58 | right. Wherefore in such cases judgment ~should be delivered, 124 2, 58 | welfare ~of man." In such cases even the lawgiver himself 125 2, 59 | Body Para. 2/2~In all these cases, however, repayment must 126 2, 60 | otherwise, the same as in ~other cases, as stated above (ad 1).~ 127 2, 60 | Exception must be made in cases of extreme need, for then 128 2, 60 | however, that in five of these cases the cooperator ~is always 129 2, 60 | Body Para. 4/4~In the other cases mentioned above, a man is 130 2, 60 | neither is it lawful, in other cases of restitution, to delay, ~ 131 2, 62 | would seem that in some cases it is lawful to kill the ~ 132 2, 62 | it is lawful in certain cases to kill a ~sinful man, much 133 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Whether in some cases it may be lawful to maim 134 2, 63 | consequently in certain cases can pertain to him.~Aquin.: 135 2, 63 | same applies to similar cases. of adultery, however, as 136 2, 64 | fault is in view of ~two cases. First, when a person is 137 2, 64 | 1/1~On the contrary, In cases of need all things are common 138 2, 64 | This decretal considers cases where there is no urgent 139 2, 64 | them. Therefore in certain cases ~robbery is lawful.~Aquin.: 140 2, 64 | damned. Therefore in some cases robbery is ~lawful.~Aquin.: 141 2, 65 | Therefore ~in criminal cases the judge cannot sentence 142 2, 67 | the contrary, In criminal cases an oath has to be taken 143 2, 67 | nature inclines, not in all cases, but in accordance with 144 2, 68 | or some loss, in ~such cases he is bound to give evidence. 145 2, 68 | truth in the greater number, cases, although it fail in the 146 2, 68 | judge. Therefore in such ~cases it is not a mortal sin to 147 2, 69 | and this is chiefly ~in cases of need. Now it seems to 148 2, 75 | Body Para. 4/4~In all these cases not only is the man guilty 149 2, 75 | but only in certain ~fixed cases, for instance when someone 150 2, 76 | sooner. Now in all these cases there seems to be ~payment 151 2, 77 | applies to ~other similar cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[79] A[ 152 2, 78 | to be done in ~particular cases beside the general laws, 153 2, 81 | except in certain special cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 154 2, 84 | oblations. In the last two cases, however, the oblation remains ~ 155 2, 84 | first, third, and. fourth cases, and after they have made 156 2, 85 | in all these and similar ~cases it seems impossible to decide 157 2, 86 | considers the majority of cases. But after the years of ~ 158 2, 86 | But since, in ~certain cases this is not good, there 159 2, 86 | and in the ~majority of cases is a good. But it may happen 160 2, 87 | to accept, or ~in similar cases. For oaths of this kind 161 2, 87 | matters, except perhaps ~in cases grave necessity.~Aquin.: 162 2, 93 | that astrologers in many ~cases foretell the truth, especially 163 2, 96 | Hence in each of these cases the ~conditions required 164 2, 98 | it is lawful in ~certain cases to give money for Baptism, 165 2, 98 | voluntarily. In all these cases, however, one must beware 166 2, 98 | simoniacally). In other cases the bishop ~also can dispense, 167 2, 99 | their parents except ~in cases of necessity, as stated 168 2, 101 | another, and so on in similar cases.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] A[ 169 2, 104 | and the like: ~and in such cases repayment must be made according 170 2, 118 | law be applied to certain cases it will frustrate the ~equality 171 2, 118 | because in ~the majority of cases this is just. Yet it happens 172 2, 118 | country. In ~these and like cases it is bad to follow the 173 2, 118 | is admissible in doubtful cases where it is ~not allowed 174 2, 121 | soldiers," both of which ~cases seem to pertain to act rather 175 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 5): "Of all the cases ~in which fortitude arises 176 2, 122 | counsel, but what in certain cases is a matter of precept, 177 2, 122 | martyrdom if in certain cases it be necessary for ~salvation, 178 2, 122 | salvation, since there are cases when it is not necessary 179 2, 127 | reason arises chiefly in some cases from the ~passions themselves, 180 2, 129 | honor, ~wherefore in such cases honor is wont to be shown. 181 2, 133 | their end, wherefore in many cases they are ~denominated from 182 2, 138 | that have to be done in cases of danger are not, like 183 2, 138 | what is to be done in such cases.~ 184 2, 139 | things, which use is in all cases attained by the touch. ~ 185 2, 140 | consideration: wherefore in such cases we have the ~voluntary not 186 2, 145 | a dispensation in such cases. And this must be done in 187 2, 145 | undertakings. Nevertheless, in such cases one ought seemingly, to 188 2, 150 | flow of semen. In such cases virginity is not forfeit, 189 2, 152 | him, and whom in certain cases he ~defiles by the unnatural 190 2, 154 | weakly; ~although in /rare cases the opposite occurs, according 191 2, 159 | since the reason in ~both cases is that man should set the 192 2, 166 | not to injure: in these cases fun excuses from sin, or ~ 193 2, 167 | of God, and it is to like cases that Cyprian refers.~Aquin.: 194 2, 169 | it will be": for in both cases it is ~impossible for the 195 2, 182 | the obligation in both cases is undertaken with a certain ~ 196 2, 185 | understood as referring to cases ~of necessity, that is to 197 2, 186 | contemplation, except in cases of necessity, as stated ~ 198 2, 186 | of martyrdom in certain cases, and in this respect ~stand 199 2, 186 | religious; even as in some cases the works of the ~active 200 2, 187 | happens in the majority of cases. If, however, the ~child 201 2, 187 | happens in ~the majority of cases, a profession made before 202 2, 187 | objectionable, since in many cases it might ~give rise to scandal. 203 2, 187 | difference in these three cases. For in the first ~case 204 2, 187 | debts, or the ~like) in such cases a man must deliberate and 205 3, 16 | and "man." Hence in both cases ~the abstract is not predicated 206 3, 16 | side he was. Hence ~in such cases, not all that is said to 207 3, 19 | soul that operates in both cases, there is only ~one indifferent 208 3, 44 | detrimental ~to man, in some cases to the body: thus it is 209 3, 60 | only in certain special ~cases, as stated in the FS, Q[ 210 3, 66 | And this especially in cases of urgency: either because ~ 211 3, 67 | dare ~to baptize, except in cases of extreme urgency, when 212 3, 67 | are ~allowed to baptize in cases of urgency when their elders 213 3, 67 | Christian laymen to baptize, in cases of urgent ~necessity."~Aquin.: 214 3, 67 | baptism is valid when, in cases of necessity, a ~woman baptizes 215 3, 67 | this is not required in cases of urgency, when a ~woman 216 3, 67 | necessity. Now in ~certain cases it seems necessary for several 217 3, 68 | Now sometimes in such cases there is danger of ~death. 218 3, 68 | should be ~baptized, in cases of danger: nor should it 219 3, 68 | the same should be done in cases of ~danger no matter what 220 3, 68 | of reason, indeed in some cases we do ~not expect them ever 221 3, 68 | madmen and imbeciles in those cases be baptized.~Aquin.: SMT 222 3, 72 | the sacrament. In these cases there was no need for either 223 3, 80 | actual devotion in some cases, and past in others.~Aquin.: 224 3, 82 | rightly. But that in both cases they have the ~power, is 225 3, 83 | manner ~whatsoever; in which cases it does not seem possible 226 3, 83 | the course we propose for cases of natural debility, ~be 227 3, 85 | Ethic. v. But in ~certain cases perfect equality cannot 228 3, 85 | 14), wherefore in such cases, he that ~falls short of 229 3, 89 | further orders, except ~in cases of homicide."~Aquin.: SMT 230 Suppl, 8 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: In those cases wherein the penitent has 231 Suppl, 8 | sometimes he reserves certain cases to himself, ~since he is 232 Suppl, 8 | jur. (v, Decretal)] in cases of necessity the ordination 233 Suppl, 8 | applicable to the ~majority of cases, which must, nevertheless, 234 Suppl, 11| against charity in certain cases: for instance, ~if a man 235 Suppl, 11| it ~seems that in certain cases it is lawful to reveal a 236 Suppl, 11| it. ~Nevertheless in the cases quoted one should apply 237 Suppl, 11| is possible sometimes in cases of urgency for a ~layman 238 Suppl, 12| justice ~deals with both cases. The same applies to penance, 239 Suppl, 14| substance, and so on. In such cases there is no ~need to repeat 240 Suppl, 19| case of Baptism, which, in cases of necessity, ~may be received 241 Suppl, 20| precepts to individual cases, according as each case 242 Suppl, 20| are appointed, except in cases ~of necessity, when the 243 Suppl, 20| competent to decide all cases, and ~had recourse to the 244 Suppl, 20| sin. Now there ~are five cases in which a simple priest 245 Suppl, 20| because custom in these cases either ~gives the power 246 Suppl, 20| objection considers those cases in which superiors ~reserve 247 Suppl, 22| commission or in certain cases, as those of ~theft, rapine 248 Suppl, 22| summons them in contentious cases. Hence they ~cannot excommunicate, 249 Suppl, 23| subjects. Again certain cases are excepted; as when the 250 Suppl, 23| excommunicated ~person in other cases than those in which it is 251 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person in other cases than those in which it is ~ 252 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, outside those cases in which it is allowed, 253 Suppl, 23| excommunicated person, save in those cases in which it is allowed.~ 254 Suppl, 23| A[2]), except in those cases allowed by ~law (Cap. Quoniam). 255 Suppl, 24| absolve ~except in the six cases which the Pope, who is the 256 Suppl, 24| There are, besides, seven cases in which the person who 257 Suppl, 25| be understood of those cases in which an indulgence is 258 Suppl, 31| that ~they can baptize in cases of necessity, is due to 259 Suppl, 31| not committed to all in cases of necessity, but only to 260 Suppl, 43| answer that, In all the cases mentioned above the betrothal 261 Suppl, 43| law, whereas in the other cases ~it has to be dissolved 262 Suppl, 47| must reply ~that the two cases are not parallel; for there 263 Suppl, 50| in part ~and in certain cases. Hence between that which 264 Suppl, 58| into this ~matter, as all cases arising from it are treated 265 Suppl, 58| But in the majority of cases he cannot pay the marriage 266 Suppl, 58| happens in the majority of cases, if anyone ~reach the required 267 Suppl, 60| and adultery in certain cases forbid the ~contracting 268 Suppl, 62| There are however seven cases to be excepted in ~which 269 Suppl, 62| of procedure in criminal cases. First, by ~inquisition, 270 Suppl, 62| continence. Now in some cases ~the husband is bound to 271 Suppl, 65| as to be binding in all cases, but only ~in the majority. 272 Suppl, 65| non-observance of the law in ~those cases to which the force of the 273 Suppl, 65| intended to apply to all cases but to the majority, as 274 Suppl, 65| a concubine, and in many cases practiced fornication as 275 Suppl, 65| observances, because in both cases there was a difference of 276 Suppl, 65| Reply OBJ 3: In certain cases no evil results ensue if 277 Suppl, 66| grant a dispensation in such cases.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 278 Suppl, 66| Reply OBJ 4: In particular cases there is no ratio that applies 279 Suppl, 66| happens in the majority of ~cases, can be with equal reason 280 Suppl, 67| appointed for the majority of cases, but also in the course 281 Suppl, 67| which is ~appointed for all cases, as instanced by the sun 282 Suppl, 67| which was the same in both cases, since ~both permissions 283 Suppl, 69| where he relates many cases of the dead having appeared 284 Suppl, 71| permitted in ~particular cases and by privilege. Even so 285 Suppl, 72| patronage in certain special cases, for instance to Saint Anthony 286 Suppl, 75| the resurrection in all ~cases?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 287 Suppl, 75| the ~resurrection in all cases. Because some shall not 288 Suppl, 75| but is fulfilled in some cases. Now according to the Apostle ( 289 Suppl, 85| of things. But in both ~cases He reserves something to 290 Suppl, 89| other things; and in both cases the authority quoted can 291 Suppl, 93| persecutor: yet in certain cases it is necessary ~for salvation,


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