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obligations 17
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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obligation

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1 2, 46 | those to whom one has an obligation of ~justice?~Aquin.: SMT 2 2, 46 | those to whom one ~has an obligation of justice. For there is 3 2, 46 | those to whom one has an ~obligation of justice.~Aquin.: SMT 4 2, 76 | of these we ~are under an obligation to know, those, to wit, 5 2, 90 | to ~do something. But the obligation of fulfilling a law touches 6 2, 96 | all vicious acts, by the ~obligation of a precept, as neither 7 2, 100 | even exist, ~come under an obligation of precept; while other 8 2, 104 | themselves, they do not imply ~an obligation of something due or undue); 9 2, 104 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The obligation of observing justice is 10 2, 105 | cases there was a stricter obligation of returning a ~loan than 11 2, 105 | stranger would not be under the obligation to ~support the household 12 2, 108 | that a commandment implies obligation, whereas a counsel is left 13 2, 111 | mean that God is under an obligation to His creature, but ~rather 14 2, 2 | teach others, are under obligation to have fuller knowledge 15 2, 10 | keeping a ~vow, a matter of obligation, so acceptance of the faith 16 2, 10 | received it, is a ~matter of obligation. Wherefore heretics should 17 2, 25 | case where he is ~under obligation to do so and if a man of 18 2, 25 | 1~On the contrary, One's obligation to love a person is proportionate 19 2, 25 | for he is under a greater obligation to ~bestow on them the effect 20 2, 29 | lawful, on account of the obligation we lie under towards ~them 21 2, 42 | 2 Cor. 3:17). Now the obligation that arises from ~a precept 22 2, 42 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The obligation of a precept is not opposed 23 2, 56 | The other arises ~from the obligation of a "command," or from 24 2, 58 | is declared there is no obligation to accept ~it, and each 25 2, 58 | hand judgment implies an obligation, wherefore it is unjust 26 2, 59 | have the use of it with the obligation of returning it to its ~ 27 2, 59 | deposit," or ~under some obligation, as when a man pledges his 28 2, 60 | subject, and then there is no obligation whatever to make ~restitution 29 2, 60 | taken. Therefore there is no obligation to restore more than ~the 30 2, 60 | a thing thus, incurs no ~obligation on account of the taking, 31 2, 66 | doing ~what men are under an obligation to do: for instance from 32 2, 67 | truth which he is under obligation to tell, or if he ~mendaciously 33 2, 67 | unmasked ~by another, since the obligation of answering is imposed 34 2, 67 | a man is under greater obligation to himself than to another. 35 2, 68 | so that one may be under ~obligation not to do so on account 36 2, 76 | unlawful to bind oneself to ~an obligation of the natural law. Therefore 37 2, 76 | In ~another way a man's obligation to repayment for favor received 38 2, 76 | not carry with it a civil obligation, ~involving a kind of necessity 39 2, 76 | words be given not as an ~obligation, but as a favor, which is 40 2, 76 | spontaneous loan. Now the obligation to lend in return at some 41 2, 76 | feeling, because again an obligation of this ~kind has its pecuniary 42 2, 77 | that which one is under an obligation to ~restore, or when a priest 43 2, 78 | render by reason of a legal obligation; and this due is chiefly ~ 44 2, 78 | because one is under no obligation to an ~inferior as such, 45 2, 78 | superior may be under an obligation to watch ~over his inferiors, 46 2, 79 | condition, is under an ~obligation of showing reverence to 47 2, 79 | Further, the greater. the obligation to do a thing, the less ~ 48 2, 79 | is due, the greater the obligation of paying it. Since, then, 49 2, 79 | OBJ 3: Where there is an obligation to do a thing it loses the ~ 50 2, 81 | manner it is a matter of obligation that we should not exclude ~ 51 2, 81 | of perfection, and not of obligation, to pray for them ~individually, 52 2, 83 | subjection to God: and the obligation of offering ~this sacrifice 53 2, 84 | in a general sense this ~obligation remains.~Aquin.: SMT SS 54 2, 85 | it is evident that man's obligation to pay tithes arises ~partly 55 2, 85 | fittingness rather than obligation. ~Therefore now too men 56 2, 86 | matter of a vow?~(3) Of the obligation of vows;~(4) Of the use 57 2, 86 | to another man, and this obligation is based on the natural 58 2, 86 | man to be under a civil obligation through a promise he has 59 2, 86 | are ~under a very great obligation to Him: so that a vow made 60 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The obligation of a vow is caused by our 61 2, 86 | by the ~greater. Now the obligation of one man subject to another 62 2, 86 | whereby one is under an obligation to God. Therefore ~those 63 2, 86 | probation may precede the obligation of the vow. ~Therefore it 64 2, 86 | to put ~oneself under an obligation. That such an obligation 65 2, 86 | obligation. That such an obligation be of no force may ~happen 66 2, 86 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the obligation of a vow is based on the 67 2, 86 | that vow; but if some other obligation be ~imposed in lieu of that 68 2, 86 | consecration can remain without the obligation of ~continency, but not 69 2, 86 | vow is solemnized. Now the obligation of observing continency ~ 70 2, 86 | on ~the other hand the obligation of observing; continency 71 2, 86 | state a man is under the obligation of taking to ~himself a 72 2, 87 | Para. 1/4~I answer that, An obligation implies something to be 73 2, 87 | the past or present, this obligation ~affects, not the thing 74 2, 87 | something to be ~done by us, the obligation falls on the thing guaranteed 75 2, 87 | stated with regard to the obligation of a vow (Q[88], A[3], ad 76 2, 87 | OBJ 3: There is a twofold obligation in the oath which a man 77 2, 87 | promises something; and this obligation is cancelled by the compulsion, ~ 78 2, 87 | be kept. The other is an obligation whereby a man is beholden 79 2, 87 | promised in His ~name. This obligation is not removed in the tribunal 80 2, 87 | unbinding, but ~relaxed the obligation for some just cause.~Aquin.: 81 2, 87 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the obligation of a vow arises from the 82 2, 87 | Q[88], A[1]); while the obligation of an oath ~results from 83 2, 87 | deliberation, it seems that ~the obligation of an oath is greater than 84 2, 87 | 1/1~I answer that, The obligation both of vow and of an oath 85 2, 87 | different ways. For the obligation of a vow ~arises from the 86 2, 87 | On the other hand, the obligation of an oath arises from ~ 87 2, 88 | can put himself under an obligation by invoking the ~Divine 88 2, 88 | put others under such an obligation unless ~they be his subjects, 89 2, 88 | not his subject under an ~obligation to do a certain thing, in 90 2, 88 | without putting him under any obligation, such an adjuration may 91 2, 88 | to put another under an obligation, in the same way as he would 92 2, 88 | adjuration which imposes an ~obligation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 93 2, 95 | to pay it, ~through the obligation of the Law, and also a motive 94 2, 96 | falsehood, since he is under an obligation to do ~the contrary. Thirdly, 95 2, 96 | present things. Now the obligation ~of an oath may be removed 96 2, 96 | may ~swear to fulfil some obligation, and afterwards other citizens 97 2, 96 | fidelity, the nature ~of which obligation is that he should take his 98 2, 96 | authority, absolve a man from an obligation ~even of an oath, especially 99 2, 98 | taken upon himself the obligation of using it for the benefit 100 2, 98 | should ~be freed from the obligation of a vow on account of a 101 2, 100 | children are under a greater obligation, on ~account of the benefits 102 2, 102 | excuse the faithful from the obligation of ~obeying secular princes.~ 103 2, 104 | we ~are under particular obligation to him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 104 2, 104 | sometimes under a ~greater obligation to one who has given little 105 2, 104 | beneficiary is under a moral ~obligation to bestow something gratis 106 2, 104 | not unreasonable if the ~obligation of gratitude has no limit.~ 107 2, 115 | fittingness and not on an obligation: so that it answers to the ~ 108 2, 120 | manifestly that a man is under obligation to render to another that 109 2, 120 | are ~under the greatest obligation. Hence, immediately after 110 2, 122 | that a man is under the obligation of observing continency, 111 2, 138 | than under ~precepts of obligation. Wherefore, there was need 112 2, 145 | that which is of general obligation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 113 2, 145 | hand, the fasts that are of obligation ~are appointed by the councils 114 2, 145 | deem such fasting to be of obligation) - he ~would not be free 115 2, 152 | country, or on account of some obligation or reasonable cause. ~Secondly, 116 2, 165 | from a study ~that is an obligation incumbent on him; hence 117 2, 181 | state, which regards an obligation binding ~his person, in 118 2, 182 | required first ~of all an obligation or a release. For the mere 119 2, 182 | required that the aforesaid obligation be imposed with a certain ~ 120 2, 182 | of perfection a perpetual obligation to things pertaining to 121 2, 182 | A[6]]. ~Moreover, the obligation in both cases is undertaken 122 2, 182 | this very fact under the obligation of a perpetual vow to retain ~ 123 2, 182 | subordinately; but as regards the obligation in ~perpetuity, religious 124 2, 183 | dispense it while ~under obligation to do so in virtue of his 125 2, 183 | 2~I answer that, In any obligation the chief thing to be considered 126 2, 183 | considered is the ~end of the obligation. Now bishops bind themselves 127 2, 183 | subjects, he fulfils his obligation if he do so through another.~ 128 2, 183 | state. Yet he is ~under the obligation of retaining the intention 129 2, 183 | is such as to ~impose an obligation under pain of mortal sin, 130 2, 183 | which is a sign ~of this obligation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 131 2, 183 | superiors. ~Nevertheless the obligation of the vow remains virtually, 132 2, 184 | perfection requires an ~obligation to whatever belongs to perfection: 133 2, 184 | to perfection: and this obligation ~consists in binding oneself 134 2, 184 | God otherwise than by the obligation of a vow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 135 2, 184 | thy own cost. Happy the obligation ~that compels to better 136 2, 184 | not included in the common obligation ~of a precept, the transgression 137 2, 185 | in himself reason and an obligation to God's law, to which ~ 138 2, 185 | when a man is under an obligation to ~give alms, and has no 139 2, 186 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The obligation to devote oneself wholly 140 2, 187 | to be laid on them as an obligation before the Holy Ghost inspires ~ 141 2, 187 | compulsion arising from the ~obligation of a vow is not absolute 142 2, 187 | enter religion is under an ~obligation of entering religion?~Aquin.: 143 2, 187 | religion ~is not under an obligation of entering religion. For 144 2, 187 | taken the fulfilment is of obligation."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] 145 2, 187 | Therefore a man is under an obligation to fulfil what he has ~vowed, 146 2, 187 | enter religion is under an obligation to enter religion according 147 2, 187 | according to the measure of the obligation to which he has engaged ~ 148 2, 187 | enter religion, is under the obligation ~to enter, as stated above ( 149 2, 187 | 1/1~I answer that, The obligation of a vow proceeds from the 150 2, 187 | 75:12]. Consequently the obligation of a vow extends as ~far 151 2, 187 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the obligation of a vow is like that of 152 2, 187 | to bind a person to an ~obligation that can be justly canceled. 153 2, 187 | concerned, by his vow; yet this obligation ~may be removed by his father' 154 2, 187 | to omit ~that which is of obligation in order to do that which 155 2, 187 | s parents comes under an obligation of the precept ~concerning 156 2, 187 | is under a certain fixed obligation cannot lawfully ~set it 157 2, 187 | if a person is ~under an obligation to give an account to someone 158 2, 187 | cannot lawfully evade this obligation in order to enter ~religion. 159 2, 187 | Action, ~12] money lays an obligation not on the person of a freeman, 160 2, 187 | Now he who is under an obligation to a man for a debt, cannot 161 2, 187 | cure of souls, to which obligation he has pledged his ~soul, 162 2, 187 | 88], A[12], ad 1), the ~obligation of a perpetual vow stands 163 2, 187 | stands before every other obligation. Now ~it belongs properly 164 2, 187 | sometimes they are under obligation to enter a ~stricter religion. 165 3, 14 | Whether He assumed the obligation of being subject to these 166 3, 37 | circumcision while it was yet of ~obligation. And thus His action in 167 3, 37 | those things which are of obligation in our own time. Because ~" 168 3, 66 | as a ~sacrament. But the obligation of receiving this sacrament 169 3, 66 | proclaiming to man his obligation of conforming himself to 170 3, 70 | But circumcision was an obligation imposed ~by the Law, according 171 3, 82 | sacrifice; consequently, the obligation lapses. But if not ~deprived 172 3, 82 | power of celebrating, the obligation is not removed; nor ~is 173 Suppl, 6 | made, there was ~still less obligation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[6] A[5] 174 Suppl, 7 | the punishment, and the obligation to pay the other ~part. 175 Suppl, 8 | priest, ~he is under the same obligation as one who has committed 176 Suppl, 11| itself. Wherefore just as the obligation of making a ~sacramental 177 Suppl, 11| is nothing else than the obligation of keeping ~the confession 178 Suppl, 11| someone's confession, is under obligation ~to him not to divulge his 179 Suppl, 11| put another under a new obligation, unless ~he be his superior, 180 Suppl, 11| cannot put him under an ~obligation of secrecy by confessing 181 Suppl, 14| OBJ 2: When a man is under obligation to another by reason of 182 Suppl, 14| without another. But when the obligation is based on ~an offense, 183 Suppl, 23| wherein they are under an obligation to them, for just as ~subjects 184 Suppl, 25| inferior cannot absolve from an obligation imposed by ~his superior. 185 Suppl, 25| serve to free him from the obligation imposed on him by the priest ~ 186 Suppl, 26| he is not freed from the obligation ~of fulfilling the satisfaction 187 Suppl, 26| frees man even ~from this obligation. Secondly, because in one 188 Suppl, 39| to all who are under an obligation to others, such as those 189 Suppl, 39| power involves also an ~obligation to certain bodily actions, 190 Suppl, 41| where the reason of an obligation remains the same, the ~obligation 191 Suppl, 41| obligation remains the same, the ~obligation must remain the same. Now 192 Suppl, 41| individual, and such an ~obligation is binding on each one, 193 Suppl, 43| himself by a perpetual ~obligation, because as yet he has not 194 Suppl, 43| bind himself to a ~future obligation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 195 Suppl, 43| responsibility involves the ~obligation of doing penance for the 196 Suppl, 45| in matrimony, a ~certain obligation results from the words expressing 197 Suppl, 45| matters not whether the obligation is effected by ~words of 198 Suppl, 46| Consequently no subsequent obligation can relieve a ~man of the 199 Suppl, 46| can relieve a ~man of the obligation to keep an oath previously 200 Suppl, 46| Wherefore if a subsequent obligation ~makes that oath unlawful, 201 Suppl, 46| effect, not by causing a new obligation, ~but confirming that which 202 Suppl, 46| longer able to fulfill his obligation, wherefore ~it suffices 203 Suppl, 47| contrary, In other contracts an obligation is undertaken ~conditionally, 204 Suppl, 47| compelling as indicating either obligation or fitness, his father's ~ 205 Suppl, 52| marriage there is an equal obligation on either side to pay the 206 Suppl, 52| exact of the other a greater obligation than that under ~which he 207 Suppl, 53| should be annulled by the obligation ~of a simple vow?~Aquin.: 208 Suppl, 53| ought to be ~annulled by the obligation of a simple vow. For the 209 Suppl, 53| man to God. ~Therefore the obligation of a vow takes precedence 210 Suppl, 53| which man is tied, and the obligation under which he lies. because 211 Suppl, 53| tied to his wife, with the obligation of paying the ~debt, whereas 212 Suppl, 53| is tied to God, with the obligation of ~remaining continent. 213 Suppl, 53| this is not covered by his obligation to ~his vow, as explained 214 Suppl, 53| once he has incurred this obligation through the carnal ~intercourse 215 Suppl, 53| whereby one man is under an obligation to another, ~there is no 216 Suppl, 53| need for it to be of equal obligation even in general, since ~ 217 Suppl, 53| part of the cause ~of the obligation: but a solemn vow is more 218 Suppl, 53| weaker. Now a spiritual obligation is ~stronger than a bodily 219 Suppl, 53| would not ~be under that obligation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[53] A[ 220 Suppl, 58| is unable to satisfy an obligation is unfit to make a contract 221 Suppl, 58| requires the fulfilling of that obligation. Now this inability is of 222 Suppl, 58| is unable to fulfill the obligation "de ~jure," and such inability 223 Suppl, 59| consequently he is freed ~from the obligation whereby he was bound to 224 Suppl, 59| profession of humility. ~But the obligation to a wife, or the conjugal 225 Suppl, 59| he were freed from ~his obligation to his wife by her own fault.~ 226 Suppl, 62| they are under an ~equal obligation, but not for equal reasons. 227 Suppl, 64| time?~(9) Whether it is an obligation to pay it at the time of 228 Suppl, 64| mutually bound, under ~the obligation of a precept, to the payment 229 Suppl, 64| does not come under the obligation of a precept.~Aquin.: SMT 230 Suppl, 64| oneself unfit to fulfill an ~obligation of precept. If, therefore, 231 Suppl, 64| the debt comes under ~the obligation of a precept, it would seem 232 Suppl, 64| a slave is bound by an ~obligation of precept to pay his master 233 Suppl, 64| payment of the debt is an obligation of ~precept.~Aquin.: SMT 234 Suppl, 64| things were required under an obligation of precept, for the ~sake 235 Suppl, 65| fully fledged. Now this obligation which binds the female and ~ 236 Suppl, 72| by dying, ~discharged the obligation of death which is the punishment 237 Suppl, 93| due to works which are of obligation, and the aureole to works ~ 238 Suppl, 93| the faith is sometimes an obligation, and not a work ~of supererogation 239 Appen1, 2| the debt. And, since the obligation incurred by ~guilt is nothing 240 Appen1, 2| person is freed from ~that obligation by undergoing the punishment 241 Appen1, 2| punishment, because the obligation to punishment ~remains from


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