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I answer , first , we must not decide concerning things according to the opinion of
the ungodly , as we must not about the tuste of things according to the estimation
of the sick , as Aquinas has well remarked . Therefore , although a corrupt and ...
The Schoolmen speak the same , but more compendiously : Anger is attributed to
God , not according to the passion of inquietude , but according to the effect of
vengeance . From this common opinion of theologians , Tertullian in 1 contra ...
Fourthly , from the punishment due to evil speakers and detractors ; and that
according to civil , ecclesiastical , and divine laws . Justinian ' s pandects have
this passage , lib . 4 , cap . 4 , De injuriis ; An injury is committed not only when
An oath is received according to the common usage of language . Gerson , part .
2 . But neither he to whom the oath is made , nor common usage , understands
those clauses of reservation ; and he who offers to make an oath knows this . 3 .
We reply , That it is not by any means lawful for a private person by himself , and
according to the dictates of his own will , to seek his own revenge ; but it is
sometimes lawful to do it by means of the magistrate and according to his
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