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Moral Theology

A Complete Course Based on St. Thomas Aquinas and the Best Modern Authorities

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Published: 1958
Language: English
Wordcount: 567,296 / 1675 pg
Flesch-Kincaid Reading Ease: 64.3
LoC Category: BV
Downloads: 1,406
Added to site: 2011.08.12
mnybks.net#: 30588
Genre: Religion
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.--Causes of These Sins (1670).-- Negligence (1671-1673).--False Prudence (1674).--The Prudence of the Flesh (1675, 1676).--Astuteness, Trickery, Fraud (1677-1680).-- Solicitude (1681-1685).--Avarice, a Cause of Sins Against Prudence (1686).--The Commandments of Prudence (1687).

Art. 2. THE VIRTUE OF JUSTICE

Introduction (1688).--The Nature of Justice (1689-1700).--Division (1701-1708).--The Object of Justice (1709-1713).--Comparison of Justice and Other Virtues (1714-1718).--Injustice (1719-1726).--Judgment (1727-1744).

Art. 3. THE SUBJECTIVE PARTS OF JUSTICE: DISTRIBUTIVE AND COMMUTATIVE JUSTICE

Subjective Parts of a Virtue (1745).--Distributive and Commutative Justice Compared (1746, 1747).--The Objects of Commutative Justice (1748-1750).--Restitution (1751-1761).-The Roots of Restitution (1762-1777).--Restitution for Cooperation in Injustice (1778-1785).-- The Circumstances of Restitution (1786-1796).--Causes Excusing from Restitution (1797-1801).--Some Special Cases of Restitu

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