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Moral Obligation or No
Lex Pure Poenalis
in What Laws Are Purely Penal?
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application Aquinas autem Bellarmine bind in conscience Braunfeld citizen civil law command common law conclusion conscience obligation conscientia Decretum Gratiani dicitur disobedience doctrine epikeia essence eternal law etiam example fact fault Gratian guilt Guys from Harrison-Allentown Henry of Ghent Holmes Ibid imperium imposed imposition instance intellect intent Justice lawgiver lawmaker legem leges Legibus legis legislator legislature lex pure poenalis liability without culpability maxim means merely merepenalists moral obligation moral theology moralist natural law necessity obedience obey obligation in conscience Penafort penalty person philosophy poena positive law potest practical judgment principle punishment purely penal law quae question quia quod Raymond of Penafort reason rules for religious sanction secundum sine culpa statute strict liability Suarez Summa Summa Theologiae sunt Supreme Court tamen sine causa Teutonicus Theologia Moralis theory Thomas Thomistic tion trespass true law United Vermeersch violation vols