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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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lawfully

    Part, Question
1 1, 32 | notions?~(4) Whether we may lawfully have various contrary opinions 2 1, 94 | crowned except he strive ~lawfully" and the Philosopher says ( 3 2, 100 | evil-doers or enemies are lawfully slain. Therefore the precepts 4 2, 108 | some deed which he might do lawfully, he ~follows the counsel 5 2, 1 | addition or subtraction can lawfully be made, since it is written ( 6 2, 10 | servants. Therefore they can lawfully ~communicate with them.~ 7 2, 16 | happiness?~(4) Whether a man may lawfully hope in man?~(5) Whether 8 2, 16 | Para. 1/1~Whether a man can lawfully hope in man?~Aquin.: SMT 9 2, 16 | It wold seem that one may lawfully hope in man. For the object 10 2, 30 | back: and yet he cannot lawfully keep what he has won, so 11 2, 30 | masters." Now they ~may lawfully do anything that will profit 12 2, 38 | certain duty to perform, can ~lawfully do that which renders him 13 2, 38 | by an ambush which may be lawfully employed in a just war.~ 14 2, 38 | Hence physicians ~may lawfully attend to their patients 15 2, 53 | Hence the flesh is loved lawfully, if it be directed to the 16 2, 60 | immediate restitution, ~and can lawfully delay to restore. For affirmative 17 2, 61 | respect of ~persons he can lawfully give preference to his kindred 18 2, 62 | then the ~latter may be lawfully put to death.~Aquin.: SMT 19 2, 62 | private individuals, can ~lawfully put evildoers to death.~ 20 2, 62 | power as "God's minister" lawfully puts ~evil-doers to death, 21 2, 62 | OBJ 3: Further, whosoever lawfully accepts an office, may lawfully ~ 22 2, 62 | lawfully accepts an office, may lawfully ~exercise the functions 23 2, 62 | are earthly princes may lawfully slay malefactors.~Aquin.: 24 2, 62 | evil-doer. Therefore he may lawfully kill himself.~Aquin.: SMT 25 2, 62 | exercises public authority may lawfully put to ~death an evil-doer, 26 2, 62 | whatever: although he may ~lawfully commit himself to the judgment 27 2, 62 | free-will: ~wherefore he can lawfully dispose of himself as to 28 2, 62 | would seem that nobody may lawfully kill a man in ~self-defense. 29 2, 62 | adultery. Now nobody may lawfully commit simple fornication 30 2, 62 | body. Therefore no ~man may lawfully take another's life in self-defense 31 2, 63 | public authority a person is lawfully ~deprived of life altogether 32 2, 63 | his master, a ~parent can lawfully strike his child, and a 33 2, 63 | evil deed; and any man can lawfully prevent another from doing 34 2, 64 | Therefore a man cannot lawfully steal in order to remedy 35 2, 64 | Therefore it seems that one may lawfully ~rob unbelievers.~Aquin.: 36 2, 64 | contrary, Whatever is taken lawfully may be offered to God in ~ 37 2, 65 | people. ~Therefore a man may lawfully judge one that is not subject 38 2, 65 | it seems that a man may lawfully judge one that is ~not subject 39 2, 65 | 1~Whether the judge can lawfully remit the punishment?~Aquin.: 40 2, 65 | seem that the judge can lawfully remit the punishment. ~For 41 2, 65 | doing ~what he cannot do lawfully. Therefore any judge can 42 2, 65 | Therefore any judge can lawfully do mercy by ~remitting the 43 2, 65 | a human judge also may ~lawfully remit the punishment to 44 2, 65 | Therefore the judge can lawfully loose a ~guilty man from 45 2, 65 | in the commonwealth, ~can lawfully remit the punishment to 46 2, 67 | satisfy him, and he may lawfully ~escape by appealing or 47 2, 67 | As regards what he may do lawfully, a man can employ either 48 2, 67 | is condemned to death may lawfully defend himself if he ~can?~ 49 2, 67 | is condemned to death may lawfully ~defend himself if he can. 50 2, 67 | after condemnation, may lawfully resist being put to death.~ 51 2, 69 | that "an ~advocate may lawfully sell his pleading, and a 52 2, 69 | mercy: else no man could lawfully sell anything, since ~anything 53 2, 69 | party only, and so he may lawfully accept fee from ~the party 54 2, 74 | inquiry:~(1) Whether one may lawfully curse another?~(2) Whether 55 2, 74 | another?~(2) Whether one may lawfully curse an irrational creature?~( 56 2, 74 | James. Therefore no man ~may lawfully curse another man.~Aquin.: 57 2, 74 | God. Therefore no man may ~lawfully curse another.~Aquin.: SMT 58 2, 74 | just, and thus a judge ~lawfully curses a man whom he condemns 59 2, 75 | the gain ~itself may be lawfully intended, not as a last 60 2, 75 | at a profit. For he may lawfully do this, either because 61 2, 76 | OBJ 7: Further, anyone may lawfully accept a thing which its 62 2, 76 | Therefore he who lends may lawfully take the usury.~Aquin.: 63 2, 76 | For this reason a man may ~lawfully make a charge for the use 64 2, 76 | consumption, and so one may lawfully sell its use while retaining 65 2, 76 | and such use may not be lawfully sold. In like manner there 66 2, 76 | money lent. For everyone may lawfully seek to indemnify ~himself. 67 2, 76 | money. ~Therefore he may lawfully ask for or even exact something 68 2, 76 | and ~consequently he may lawfully demand as something belonging 69 2, 76 | the contrary, A man may lawfully hold what he has lawfully 70 2, 76 | lawfully hold what he has lawfully acquired. ~Now that which 71 2, 76 | proceeds of usury is sometimes lawfully ~acquired. Therefore it 72 2, 76 | acquired. Therefore it may be lawfully retained.~Aquin.: SMT SS 73 2, 81 | prayer. Now ~sometimes men lawfully attack their enemies, else 74 2, 84 | oblations of whatever he lawfully possesses?~Aquin.: SMT SS 75 2, 84 | oblations of whatever he ~lawfully possesses. According to 76 2, 84 | she takes she ~possesses lawfully. Yet it is not lawful for 77 2, 84 | of whatever one possesses lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 78 2, 84 | evident that a man possesses ~lawfully the price of a dog he has 79 2, 84 | the price of a dog he has lawfully sold. Therefore it is not ~ 80 2, 84 | oblation of whatever we possess lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 81 2, 84 | whatever a man possesses lawfully belongs to his ~substance. 82 2, 84 | of whatever he possesses ~lawfully.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[86] A[ 83 2, 84 | consequently anything that is ~lawfully possessed, considered in 84 2, 84 | oblation of what one ~possesses lawfully; for instance if it be detrimental 85 2, 86 | longer do what thou mightest ~lawfully have done to thy detriment."~ 86 2, 86 | longer do what thou mightest lawfully ~have done to thy detriment." 87 2, 86 | whoever does what he cannot do lawfully sins. But ~subjects do not 88 2, 86 | would seem that they can lawfully take vows.~Aquin.: SMT SS 89 2, 86 | to puberty children can lawfully and validly be bound by 90 2, 86 | An animal that could be lawfully sacrificed was deemed holy ~ 91 2, 87 | dispensation?~(10) Who may lawfully swear, and when?~Aquin.: 92 2, 88 | such an adjuration may be lawfully ~employed in respect of 93 2, 88 | is by compulsion, we ~may lawfully use it for some purposes, 94 2, 94 | to come, which physicians lawfully observe. ~Wherefore it is 95 2, 96 | that which can ~be done lawfully. Wherefore he who fails 96 2, 96 | any good that one may use lawfully.~ 97 2, 97 | sacred place for he ~might lawfully have taken him from elsewhere.~ 98 2, 98 | child can, in such a ~case, lawfully baptize it, or cause it 99 2, 98 | else. He ~could, however, lawfully buy the water from the priest, 100 2, 98 | the benefit of others ~can lawfully receive a price for his 101 2, 98 | wherefore Abraham could lawfully buy that site to be used 102 2, 98 | one be in need, one may lawfully seek for ~oneself an ecclesiastical 103 2, 98 | answer that, No one can lawfully retain that which he has 104 2, 98 | the ~recipient could not lawfully retain what he received. 105 2, 98 | for a remuneration cannot lawfully retain them. Moreover, those ~ 106 2, 108 | slain. Therefore a man may ~lawfully lie, to save another from 107 2, 128 | it seems that man cannot lawfully even think of ~anything 108 2, 151 | 2: Further, everyone can lawfully make what use he pleases 109 2, 152 | and then the abductor may lawfully marry her with her parents' 110 2, 152 | chaste maiden given away lawfully in her maidenhood to a man. 111 2, 153 | crowned, except he strive ~lawfully," and the continent man, 112 2, 167 | Accordingly, since ~women may lawfully adorn themselves, whether 113 2, 182 | affairs, which they might lawfully use, in order ~more freely 114 2, 183 | state?~(5) Whether he may lawfully abandon his subjects in 115 2, 183 | spiritual profit, and anyone may lawfully do this. Wherefore Augustine ~ 116 2, 183 | s ~command. Now one may lawfully place an obstacle to things 117 2, 183 | 1/1~Whether a bishop may lawfully forsake the episcopal cure, 118 2, 183 | seems that a bishop cannot lawfully forsake his episcopal cure ~ 119 2, 183 | religion. For no one can lawfully pass from a more ~perfect 120 2, 183 | so that if any ~person be lawfully set above them, they would 121 2, 184 | those things which are lawfully befitting to religious; 122 2, 184 | more pleasing when we might lawfully not ~render them, yet do 123 2, 184 | other services that we can lawfully give, is our ~liberty, which 124 2, 184 | thou canst no longer do lawfully, what thou ~mightest have 125 2, 184 | thou ~mightest have done lawfully but to thy own cost. Happy 126 2, 185 | to do what he cannot do lawfully. Wherefore we find that 127 2, 185 | occupations whereby man can lawfully gain a livelihood, ~whether 128 2, 185 | work, whereby a man may ~lawfully gain a livelihood.~Aquin.: 129 2, 185 | Therefore religious cannot lawfully live on ~the alms of the 130 2, 185 | Therefore religious may lawfully live ~on alms.~Aquin.: SMT 131 2, 185 | I answer that, A man may lawfully live on what is his or due 132 2, 185 | whatsoever for their support, can lawfully live on ~such endowment 133 2, 185 | from the faithful they can lawfully live on them. For it is 134 2, 185 | religious be in need they can lawfully live on alms. Such necessity 135 2, 187 | children, these latter may not lawfully enter religion in ~despite 136 2, 187 | fixed obligation cannot lawfully ~set it aside so long as 137 2, 187 | certain ~fixed debt, he cannot lawfully evade this obligation in 138 2, 187 | surrendering his property, he may lawfully enter religion, nor is ~ 139 2, 187 | Whether parish priests may lawfully enter religion?~Aquin.: 140 2, 187 | that parish priests cannot lawfully enter religion. ~For Gregory 141 2, 187 | that parish priests cannot lawfully enter religion.~Aquin.: 142 2, 187 | and parish priests may ~lawfully enter religion.~Aquin.: 143 2, 187 | as long ~as he is able lawfully to do so; thus if a man 144 2, 187 | Therefore if a person may lawfully pass from one religious 145 2, 187 | religious. Therefore one may lawfully pass from one ~religious 146 2, 187 | enter a lesser order, may be lawfully ~induced to enter a greater 147 2, 187 | greater order, cannot be lawfully induced to enter a lesser 148 3, 15 | crowned except he strive ~lawfully." Now Christ had a most 149 3, 28 | Blessed Virgin could not lawfully take a vow ~of virginity.~ 150 3, 29 | marriage contract, no one can lawfully put ~his wife away.~Aquin.: 151 3, 51 | example is set us that we may lawfully use ~precious things medicinally, 152 3, 64 | his sin and so minister lawfully. But there is ~nothing unreasonable 153 3, 68 | Consequently such ~can lawfully be advised and persuaded 154 3, 82 | 10) Whether a priest may lawfully refrain altogether from 155 3, 82 | not ~use the same, but may lawfully refrain from receiving it.~ 156 3, 82 | schismatics, because they can lawfully baptize in case of necessity; 157 3, 82 | but ~in no case can they lawfully consecrate the Eucharist, 158 3, 82 | 1: It seems that one may lawfully receive Communion from heretical, ~ 159 3, 82 | have said that a priest may lawfully refrain ~altogether from 160 Suppl, 22| consecrate, though not always ~lawfully. It is different with the 161 Suppl, 35| have ~certain Orders can lawfully return to the laity. Therefore 162 Suppl, 36| which even sinners can offer lawfully. It is different ~with the 163 Suppl, 37| Orders, that they can be lawfully ~exercised by others, even 164 Suppl, 38| thereof, so as to minister lawfully ~in their Orders, for the 165 Suppl, 39| cleric. Yet a cleric may lawfully be sold ~as a slave; for 166 Suppl, 43| thing to someone I ~cannot lawfully pledge it to someone else. 167 Suppl, 43| completed, he or she ~can lawfully marry without any sin. But 168 Suppl, 45| are persons who are able lawfully to ~contract - and the due 169 Suppl, 45| present between persons lawfully qualified to contract ~makes 170 Suppl, 47| the contrary, A son may lawfully enter religion though his 171 Suppl, 48| intercourse. But there ~cannot lawfully be a consent to marriage 172 Suppl, 48| as neither can ~there be lawfully carnal intercourse itself. 173 Suppl, 50| because he cannot do it lawfully, ~and this because he is 174 Suppl, 52| his master can command lawfully; and just as his master 175 Suppl, 52| just as his master cannot lawfully ~command him not to eat 176 Suppl, 52| sleep, so neither can he lawfully command him ~to refrain 177 Suppl, 57| the act by which a person lawfully takes for his child or grandchild 178 Suppl, 59| nations with whom they ~could lawfully marry, or to the case when 179 Suppl, 59| would seem that they may lawfully remain together.~Aquin.: 180 Suppl, 59| imperiled. Therefore ~he cannot lawfully put away his unbelieving 181 Suppl, 60| the Church so as ~to marry lawfully. Sometimes it also voids 182 Suppl, 61| 2/2~Further, no one can lawfully do that which is prejudicial 183 Suppl, 64| menstruous woman should or may lawfully pay the marriage debt ~to 184 Suppl, 64| superior to do ~what he cannot lawfully vow or do simply, since 185 Suppl, 64| that neither vow can be lawfully taken by ~one spouse without 186 Suppl, 66| therefore, a bigamist can lawfully receive a dispensation, 187 Suppl, 67| Whether a husband could lawfully take back the wife he had 188 Suppl, 67| seem that a husband could lawfully take back the wife he ~had 189 Suppl, 86| right use of what they ~had lawfully will be judged," and thus 190 Suppl, 90| crowned except ~he strive lawfully." Now beatitude is a reward. 191 Suppl, 93| crowned except he strive lawfully" (2 Tim. 2:5). Hence where ~ 192 Suppl, 93| crowned, except he strive lawfully"; whereas the fruit is due 193 Suppl, 93| whosoever exercise this act lawfully. ~Nor is it due to prelates, 194 Suppl, 93| crowned, except he strive lawfully." ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] 195 Suppl, 93| crowned, except he strive lawfully." But there is no ~conflict


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