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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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duty

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1 1, 12 | Trin. xii) that, "it is the duty of reason to judge of ~these 2 1, 16 | man as he fulfills his duty to his neighbor, as ordained 3 1, 24 | since this is ~the proper duty to which military service 4 1, 91 | has his or her particular duty, and in which the man is 5 2, 19 | sin, whether he does his duty for vainglory or whether 6 2, 21 | last end; and it is our duty to ~refer all our actions 7 2, 34 | that fulfils the conjugal duty." ~Therefore pleasure is 8 2, 58 | be faithful and to do his duty to God." Now science is ~ 9 2, 69 | neighbor, ~either by way of duty or by way of spontaneous 10 2, 69 | do not refuse to do our duty to ~our neighbor, which 11 2, 76 | know matters ~regarding his duty or state. Meanwhile there 12 2, 89 | because he acts against his duty.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 13 2, 99 | have the character of a duty. Now a duty is twofold: 14 2, 99 | character of a duty. Now a duty is twofold: one ~according 15 2, 99 | law ~which prescribes that duty: thus the Philosopher distinguishes 16 2, 99 | 5] Body Para. 3/5~Moral duty is twofold: because reason 17 2, 99 | forbidden, not as an absolute duty, but as ~something better 18 2, 99 | charity in the commandments." Duty as fixed ~by the Law, belongs 19 2, 99 | implies the notion of ~duty. Consequently moral matters 20 2, 100 | has the character of a ~duty. But the character of duty 21 2, 100 | duty. But the character of duty belongs to justice alone 22 2, 100 | properly so called regards the duty of one man to ~another: 23 2, 100 | other virtues regard the duty of the lower powers to ~ 24 2, 100 | relation to this latter duty that the Philosopher speaks ~( 25 2, 100 | Reply OBJ 3: The notion of duty is not so patent in the 26 2, 100 | of sin: but not about the duty of loving oneself, because 27 2, 100 | precept implies the notion of duty. But it is easy for a man, ~ 28 2, 100 | pertaining evidently to our duty towards them; ~but the other 29 2, 101 | figurative. ~For it is the duty of every teacher to express 30 2, 102 | office of the priest, whose duty it was to bring ~the people 31 2, 102 | shoulders; and that it was his duty ever to think of their ~ 32 2, 2 | of higher degree, whose ~duty it is to teach others, are 33 2, 3 | other times it is not the duty of all the faithful to ~ 34 2, 4 | commandments ~considered as a duty. In this way it is a special 35 2, 4 | justice: for a man does his duty by his superior when he 36 2, 10 | that it is the parents' duty to look after the salvation 37 2, 10 | who are entrusted with the duty of preaching. Hence ~it 38 2, 10 | children of unbelievers is the duty ~of their parents. Hence 39 2, 15 | learning, since ~it is the duty of a disciple to apply his 40 2, 21 | man is bound as under a duty, ~it is enough that he receive 41 2, 21 | to be ~saved it is man's duty to hope in God, he had to 42 2, 22 | of a friendly and ~moral duty, or rather that of a gratuitous 43 2, 22 | Him, or ~which make it our duty to love Him, are secondary 44 2, 24 | Lk. 12:26. For it is our duty to hate, in the ~sinner, 45 2, 24 | we not only beware, as in duty bound, of being overcome 46 2, 25 | ix, 2) that "it is our duty to render to each ~class 47 2, 25 | would seem to be a special duty to afford our ~parents the 48 2, 25 | influence and care. Hence ~the duty of children to their parents 49 2, 25 | benefactor is more of a ~duty, wherefore the contrary 50 2, 29 | favors. But it is a man's duty to be good to those who 51 2, 30 | consists in doing one's duty by all," and the most ~creditable 52 2, 31 | faults of others is the duty of good and kindly men: ~ 53 2, 33 | far as a man shirks his ~duty because it is distasteful 54 2, 37 | OBJ 2: Further, it is the duty of Christ's faithful to 55 2, 38 | seems to be above all the duty of prelates, for Gregory ~ 56 2, 38 | no man who has a certain duty to perform, can ~lawfully 57 2, 38 | renders him unfit for that duty. Wherefore it is ~altogether 58 2, 38 | deputed. ~Wherefore it is the duty of clerics to dispose and 59 2, 41 | salvation, to wit, that he whose duty ~it is to teach should no' 60 2, 41 | counsels, and of those whose duty it is to relieve ~the wants 61 2, 41 | that such a payment was a duty. For a like reason the Church 62 2, 58 | judgment, because it is his duty, he can reprove or judge 63 2, 65 | 60], AA[2],6) it is the duty of ~a judge to pronounce 64 2, 66 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, every duty depends on charity which 65 2, 66 | belongs to charity is a duty that man owes to all both 66 2, 66 | seems that it is no man's duty to accuse.~Aquin.: SMT SS 67 2, 66 | since it is the accuser's duty to prove: as, for ~example, 68 2, 66 | of the accused. Now the duty of the judge is to establish ~ 69 2, 67 | Therefore the accused is in duty bound to tell the judge 70 2, 68 | denouncing it. Against such a duty a man cannot be obliged ~ 71 2, 69 | is such that it is one's duty to remedy it, ~but only 72 2, 69 | as himself. Now it is a ~duty of love for an advocate 73 2, 70 | with ~moderation, i.e. as a duty of charity, and not through 74 2, 71 | because it is his official ~duty to cor. rect the backbiter, 75 2, 76 | in Ethic. v, 5, one is in duty bound by a ~point of honor, 76 2, 77 | part, he does not omit his duty, as stated above (ad 2; 77 2, 77 | contemptuous dereliction of duty: and then it has a certain 78 2, 78 | not due as a necessary duty, because one is under no 79 2, 79 | slave can voluntarily do his duty by his master, and ~so " 80 2, 79 | Furiam.], by ~doing his duty voluntarily. In like manner, 81 2, 82 | who ~ever thought it his duty to sacrifice to any other 82 2, 84 | favor, whence arises the duty of acknowledgment in accordance 83 2, 85 | Decimae], says: "It is a duty to pay tithes, and ~whoever 84 2, 85 | even as it is the ~people's duty to provide a livelihood 85 2, 89 | Listen, young men whose ~duty it is to recite the office 86 2, 89 | their ~whole time to the duty of preaching and to taking 87 2, 96 | of the ~exigencies of a duty imposed on him. If a man 88 2, 98 | he is bound to give, as a duty ~arising out of the office 89 2, 98 | someone else to ~take his duty, or for correcting his subjects, 90 2, 99 | by piety ~that we do our duty towards our kindred and 91 2, 99 | that "piety gives both duty and ~homage": "duty" referring 92 2, 99 | both duty and ~homage": "duty" referring to service, and " 93 2, 99 | we offer homage and ~duty to all our kindred and to 94 2, 99 | our country worship and duty, ~seems to be the same as 95 2, 99 | principle, inasmuch as it pays duty ~and homage to our parents 96 2, 99 | religion, while it is a duty of piety to bury ~one's 97 2, 99 | one's father. Therefore a duty of piety should be omitted 98 2, 99 | belongs ~to piety to pay duty and homage to one's parents 99 2, 102 | Now what a man does out of duty is not gratuitous. Therefore ~ 100 2, 102 | if a man were bound in duty to obey others in doing 101 2, 102 | although ~obedience be a duty, if one obey with a prompt 102 2, 103 | superior, yet it is a greater duty to obey a higher than a ~ 103 2, 104 | when he does more than his duty.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[106] A[ 104 2, 104 | Benef. vii): ~"It is my duty to repay, and not to keep 105 2, 104 | yet this repayment ~is a duty, as stated above (A[3]). 106 2, 104 | seems ~to make a man do his duty without any delay. Therefore 107 2, 106 | Church: and then it is the duty of that person to avenge 108 2, 119 | properly to piety to pay duty and worship to one's father, 109 2, 119 | instigation, we pay worship and ~duty to God as our Father, is 110 2, 119 | OBJ 1: The piety that pays duty and worship to a father 111 2, 119 | virtue of piety man pays duty and worship not ~only to 112 2, 119 | piety he pays ~worship and duty not only to God, but also 113 2, 120 | evident that the notion of ~duty, which is essential to a 114 2, 120 | things where the notion of duty is most manifest, as stated 115 2, 120 | due to his parents - which duty ~includes the paying of 116 2, 138 | justice in which the notion of duty is ~manifest, and not about 117 2, 138 | so evident ~that it is a duty for a person not to fear 118 2, 139 | he adds that "it is the duty of ~temperance to spurn 119 2, 140 | those ~who undertake the duty of giving themselves to 120 2, 140 | not for those who are in ~duty bound to bodily occupations 121 2, 144 | without ~food when bound by duty or necessity to abstain."~ 122 2, 145 | incapable of fulfilling his duty. Hence Jerome says (in the 123 2, 150 | OBJ 1: A precept implies a duty, as stated above (Q[122], 124 2, 150 | Now there are two kinds of duty. There is the duty that 125 2, 150 | kinds of duty. There is the duty that has to be ~fulfilled 126 2, 150 | fulfilled by one person; and a duty of this kind cannot be set 127 2, 150 | without sin. The other duty has to be fulfilled by the 128 2, 150 | fulfilment of this kind of duty is not binding on each one 129 2, 150 | an army, some take sentry duty, others are ~standard-bearers, 130 2, 165 | rule of charity and the duty of one's position. ~This 131 2, 166 | only when we have done our duty by grave and serious matters."~ 132 2, 170 | prophet that fulfils the duty of procreation." Much more ~ 133 2, 181 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Duty implies relation to act; 134 2, 181 | vi, 19) that "officium [duty] takes ~its name from 'efficere' [ 135 2, 181 | as in the same state or duty one person is above another. 136 2, 182 | they take up the pastoral duty, to which it belongs that ~ 137 2, 183 | which a ~man is bound, as a duty of charity, to provide for 138 2, 185 | Vigilant. xvi]): "A monk's duty is not to teach but to ~ 139 2, 185 | the above belong to ~the duty of clerics, so also do preaching 140 2, 185 | apostolic ~power and the duty of our office, be it lawful 141 2, 185 | business." Now it is the duty of all religious to be soldiers 142 2, 187 | and to make a return of duty to her ~parents." But the 143 2, 187 | religion in despite of their duty to their parents.~Aquin.: 144 2, 187 | religion in ~despite of their duty to their parents. If, however, 145 2, 187 | latter may, in despite of the duty they owe their ~parents, 146 3, 22 | and victim. ~For it is the duty of the priest to slay the 147 3, 28 | bound to attend to the ~duty of begetting, since the 148 3, 38 | Christ: just as it is the duty of the ~servant and of the 149 3, 40 | was in keeping with the duty of ~preaching, for which 150 3, 40 | possess wealth, without their duty of preaching being hindered 151 3, 64 | office it is ~their bounden duty to do so; for it is written ( 152 3, 64 | office it be his bounden duty to minister sacraments; ~ 153 3, 65 | man is not deputed to any duty by the sacrament of the 154 3, 67 | it is part of a deacon's duty to baptize?~Aquin.: SMT 155 3, 67 | it is part of a deacon's duty to baptize. Because ~the 156 3, 67 | it is part of a deacon's duty to preach the ~gospel. Therefore 157 3, 67 | also part of a deacon's duty to ~baptize.~Aquin.: SMT 158 3, 67 | is ~part of the deacon's duty. But cleansing from sins 159 3, 67 | Ludifred.): "It is a deacon's duty to ~assist and serve the 160 3, 67 | OBJ 1: It is the deacon's duty to read the Gospel in church, 161 3, 67 | province of the deacon whose duty it is to cleanse only: viz. ~ 162 3, 67 | Christ committed to them the duty of teaching, ~that they 163 3, 67 | being the most important duty ~of all: wherefore the apostles 164 3, 71 | and exorcists belongs the duty of catechizing ~and exorcizing, 165 3, 80 | since it is the priest's duty both to ~consecrate and 166 3, 82 | belong to the priestly duty, therefore such consecrations 167 3, 82 | He committed to them the duty of baptizing; consequently 168 Suppl, 2 | then he is excused from his duty ~through being unable to 169 Suppl, 8 | which is sometimes the duty of those who are not priests. 170 Suppl, 8 | twofold minister: ~one whose duty it is to baptize, in virtue 171 Suppl, 8 | Reply OBJ 4: Since it is the duty of prelates to dispense 172 Suppl, 12| giving God due honor"; where duty ~is considered in respect 173 Suppl, 14| he ~did not fulfill his duty of satisfaction by them. 174 Suppl, 14| which is that there is a ~duty of giving in the giver by 175 Suppl, 23| that just ~as it is a man's duty to suffer death rather than 176 Suppl, 23| mortal sin, so ~is it his duty to do so sooner than commit 177 Suppl, 23| inasmuch as it ~is his duty to avoid venial sin.~Aquin.: 178 Suppl, 30| is deputed to some sacred duty. Now this sacrament is for 179 Suppl, 30| is deputed to some sacred duty, whereas this ~unction is 180 Suppl, 36| thing or perform some sacred duty in a case of necessity, ~ 181 Suppl, 40| Pontiffs, ~of whom it is our duty to seek what we are to believe 182 Suppl, 44| munus], i.e. a ~mother's duty, since the duty of bringing 183 Suppl, 44| mother's duty, since the duty of bringing up the children 184 Suppl, 49| children, and "faith" the duty of remaining faithful, ~ 185 Suppl, 56| the ~instruction it is his duty to give, but on account 186 Suppl, 59| Further, a father is in duty bound to work for the salvation 187 Suppl, 64| the exercise of a sacred duty: thus a judge becomes ~irregular 188 Suppl, 64| demand of his slave the duty ~of his service, as a wife 189 Suppl, 64| be bound to fulfill his duty, ~if some danger were threatening. 190 Suppl, 64| prejudice to the husband's duty to his own body, so also 191 Suppl, 64| without prejudice to his duty to his master. Hence just 192 Suppl, 64| as to hinder him in his duty to his master. ~And yet 193 Suppl, 64| bound to fulfill a special duty towards a temporal ~master.~ 194 Suppl, 65| of the children remain a ~duty of the parents during a 195 Suppl, 66| or to perform some civil duty, or who is in any state 196 Suppl, 72| the elements fulfill their duty with labor: even as it is 197 Suppl, 86| Now it will not be the duty of the good ~angels to reward 198 Suppl, 86| Therefore neither will it be the duty of the demons to punish ~ 199 Suppl, 89| knowledge of which is a duty or a necessity. Now the


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