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Treatise on Law
Thomas Aquinas, Italian dominican friar and priest and an immensely influential philosopher and theologian in the tradition of scholasticism (1225-1274)

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Table of Contents
- About This Book
- Prologue
- Law In General
- Article 1. Whether Law Is Something Pertaining To Reason
- Article 2. Whether The Law Is Always Something Directed To The Common Good
- Article 3. Whether The Reason Of Any Man Is Competent To Make Laws
- Article 4. Whether Promulgation Is Essential To A Law
- Question 91. Of The Various Kinds Of Law
- Article 1. Whether There Is An Eternal Law
- Article 2. Whether There Is In Us A Natural Law
- Article 3. Whether There Is A Human Law
- Article 4. Whether There Was Any Need For A Divine Law
- Article 5. Whether There Is But One Divine Law
- Article 6. Whether There Is A Law In The Fomes Of Sin
- Question 92. Of The Effects Of Law
- Article 1. Whether An Effect Of Law Is To Make Men Good
- Article 2. Whether The Acts Of Law Are Suitably Assigned
- Law In Particular
- Question 93. Of The Eternal Law
- Article 1. Whether The Eternal Law Is A Sovereign Type Existing In God
- Article 2. Whether The Eternal Law Is Known To All
- Article 3. Whether Every Law Is Derived From The Eternal Law
- Article 4. Whether Necessary And Eternal Things Are Subject To The Eternal Law
- Article 5. Whether Natural Contingents Are Subject To The Eternal Law
- Article 6. Whether All Human Affairs Are Subject To The Eternal Law
- Question 94. Of The Natural Law
- Article 1. Whether The Natural Law Is A Habit
- Article 2. Whether The Natural Law Contains Several Precepts, Or Only One
- Article 3. Whether All Acts Of Virtue Are Prescribed By The Natural Law
- Article 4. Whether The Natural Law Is The Same In All Men
- Article 5. Whether The Natural Law Can Be Changed
- Article 6. Whether The Law Of Nature Can Be Abolished From The Heart Of Man
- Question 95. Of Human Law
- Article 1. Whether It Was Useful For Laws To Be Framed By Men
- Article 2. Whether Every Human Law Is Derived From The Natural Law
- Article 3. Whether Isidore's Description Of The Quality Of Positive Law Is Appropriate
- Article 4. Whether Isidore's Division Of Human Laws Is Appropriate
- Question 96. Of The Power Of Human Law
- Article 1. Whether Human Law Should Be Framed For The Community Rather Than For The Individual
- Article 2. Whether It Belongs To The Human Law To Repress All Vices
- Article 3. Whether Human Law Prescribes Acts Of All The Virtues
- Article 4. Whether Human Law Binds A Man In Conscience
- Article 5. Whether All Are Subject To The Law
- Article 6. Whether He Who Is Under A Law May Act Beside The Letter Of The Law
- Question 97. Of Change In Laws
- Article 1. Whether Human Law Should Be Changed In Any Way
- Article 2. Whether Human Law Should Always Be Changed, Whenever Something Better Occurs
- Article 3. Whether Custom Can Obtain Force Of Law
- Article 4. Whether The Rulers Of The People Can Dispense From Human Laws
- Article 1. Whether The Old Law Was Good
- Article 2. Whether The Old Law Was From God
- Article 3. Whether The Old Law Was Given Through The Angels
- Article 4. Whether The Old Law Should Have Been Given To The Jews Alone
- Article 5. Whether All Men Were Bound To Observe The Old Law
- Article 6. Whether The Old Law Was Suitably Given At The Time Of Moses
- Question 99. Of The Precepts Of The Old Law
- Article 1. Whether The Old Law Contains Only One Precept
- Article 2. Whether The Old Law Contains Moral Precepts
- Article 3. Whether The Old Law Comprises Ceremonial, Besides Moral, Precepts
- Article 4. Whether, Besides The Moral And Ceremonial Precepts, There Are Also Judicial Precepts
- Article 5. Whether The Old Law Contains Any Others Besides The Moral, Judicial, And Ceremonial Precepts
- Article 6. Whether The Old Law Should Have Induced Men To The Observance Of Its Precepts
- Question 100. Of The Moral Precepts Of The Old Law
- Article 1. Whether All The Moral Precepts Of The Old Law Belong To The Law Of Nature
- Article 2: Whether The Moral Precepts Of The Law Are About All The Acts Of Virtue
- Article 3. Whether All The Moral Precepts Of The Old Law Are Reducible To The Ten Precepts Of The Decalogue
- Article 4. Whether The Precepts Of The Decalogue Are Suitably Distinguished From One Another
- Article 5. Whether The Precepts Of The Decalogue Are Suitably Set Forth
- Article 6. Whether The Ten Precepts Of The Decalogue Are Set In Proper Order
- Article 7. Whether The Precepts Of The Decalogue Are Suitably Formulated
- Article 8. Whether The Precepts Of The Decalogue Are Dispensable
- Article 9. Whether The Mode Of Virtue Falls Under The Precept Of The Law
- Article 10. Whether The Mode Of Charity Falls Under The Precept Of The Divine Law
- Article 11. Whether It Is Right To Distinguish Other Moral Precepts Of The Law Besides The Decalogue
- Article 12. Whether The Moral Precepts Of The Old Law Justified Man
- Question 101. Of The Ceremonial Precepts In Themselves
- Article 1. Whether The Nature Of The Ceremonial Precepts Consists In Their Pertaining To The Worship Of God
- Article 2. Whether The Ceremonial Precepts Are Figurative
- Article 3. Whether There Should Have Been Many Ceremonial Precepts
- Article 4. Whether The Ceremonies Of The Old Law Are Suitably Divided Into Sacrifices
- Question 102. Of The Causes Of The Ceremonial Precepts
- Article 1. Whether There Was Any Cause For The Ceremonial Precepts
- Article 2. Whether The Ceremonial Precepts Have A Literal Cause Or Merely A Figurative Cause
- Article 3. Whether A Suitable Cause Can Be Assigned For The Ceremonies Which Pertained To Sacrifices
- Article 4. Whether Sufficient Reason Can Be Assigned For The Ceremonies Pertaining To Holy Things
- Article 5. Whether There Can Be Any Suitable Cause For The Sacraments Of The Old Law
- Article 6. Whether There Was Any Reasonable Cause For The Ceremonial Observances
- Question 103. Of The Duration Of The Ceremonial Precepts
- Article 1. Whether The Ceremonies Of The Law Were In Existence Before The Law
- Article 2. Whether, At The Time Of The Law, The Ceremonies Of The Old Law Had Any Power Of Justification
- Article 3. Whether The Ceremonies Of The Old Law Ceased At The Coming Of Christ
- Article 4. Whether Since Christ's Passion The Legal Ceremonies Can Be Observed Without Committing Mortal Sin
- Question 104. Of The Judicial Precepts
- Article 1. Whether The Judicial Precepts Were Those Which Directed Man In Relation To His Neighbor
- Article 2. Whether The Judicial Precepts Were Figurative
- Article 3. Whether The Judicial Precepts Of The Old Law Bind For Ever
- Article 4. Whether It Is Possible To Assign A Distinct Division Of The Judicial Precepts
- Question 105. Of The Reason For The Judicial Precepts
- Article 1. Whether The Old Law Enjoined Fitting Precepts Concerning Rulers
- Article 2. Whether The Judicial Precepts Were Suitably Framed As To The Relations Of One Man With Another
- Article 3. Whether The Judicial Precepts Regarding Foreigners Were Framed In A Suitable Manner
- Article 4. Whether The Old Law Set Forth Suitable Precepts About The Members Of The Household
- Question 106. Of The Law Of The Gospel, Called The New Law, Considered In Itself
- Article 1. Whether The New Law Is A Written Law
- Article 2. Whether The New Law Justifies
- Article 3. Whether The New Law Should Have Been Given From The Beginning Of The World
- Article 4. Whether The New Law Will Last Till The End Of The World
- Question 107. Of The New Law As Compared With The Old
- Article 1. Whether The New Law Is Distinct From The Old Law
- Article 2. Whether The New Law Fulfils The Old
- Article 3. Whether The New Law Is Contained In The Old
- Article 4. Whether The New Law Is More Burdensome Than The Old
- Question 108. Of Those Things That Are Contained In The New Law
- Article 1. Whether The New Law Ought To Prescribe Or Prohibit Any External Acts
- Article 2. Whether The New Law Made Sufficient Ordinations About External Acts
- Article 3. Whether The New Law Directed Man Sufficiently As Regards Interior Actions
- Article 4. Whether Certain Definite Counsels Are Fittingly Proposed In The New Law

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Book Name:
Treatise On Law
Book Language:
English
Book Category:
Books, Professional & Technical
Book Size:
778586 bytes.
Book ID:
1017026002
Book Release Date:
2015-07-07
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