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Within the free choice, the liberum arbitrium, there is a second input of reason after the initial judgment of conscience when the true good is not only recognized but also is creatively chosen and executed by the reason and the will as they work together, as they influence one another, and as they embrace the sensate input of the emotions.
An act is perpetrated on an arbitrary basis, we can say, if It is subject just to the arbitrium, the decision or judgment, of the agent; the agent was in a position to choose it or not choose it, at their pleasure.
En su famoso libro La etica protestante y el espiritu del capitalismo declara incompatibles el capitalismo y el libre albedrio: "El capitalismo no puede usar el trabajo de aquellos que practican la doctrina del indisciplinado liberum arbitrium.
Hence the human will is not free, not liberum arbitrium, but, according to Luther, servum arbitrium, a menial and slavish will.
Sin embargo, la precedente concepcion de la libertad es reductiva (94), pues la libertad manifestativa en el hombre es liberum arbitrium porque previamente es intima, personal, trascendental.
Mirow, The Legality Principle and the Constitution of Cadiz, in FROM THE JUDGE'S ARBITRIUM TO THE LEGALITY PRINCIPLE: LEGISLATION AS A SOURCE OF LAW IN CRIMINAL TRIALS 189-205 (Georges Martyn, Anthony Musson & Heikki Pihlajamaki eds.
Tambien XXV, 4, 19: Verum tamen cum haec essent, aestimaripoterat (ut ipse aiebat) uetus illa Iustitia, quam offensam uitiis hominum, Aratus extollit in caelum, eo imperante redisse rursus ad terras, ni quaedam ad arbitrium agens, interdum ostenderet se dissimilem sui.
213 Cuius autem seruus occisus est, is liberum arbitrium habet uel capitali crimine reum facere eum qui occiderit, uel hac lege damnum persequi.
La elocuencia de los oradores ha sido siempre orientada por el buen sentido (prudentia) de su auditorio, efectivamente, todos los que desean ganar aprobacion (probari volunt) tienen en cuenta la buena voluntad (voluntatem) de sus auditores, y se moldean y adaptan completamente a ellos y a su juicio y aprobacion (ad eorum arbitrium et nutum) (59).
Unde quidquid agant homines, intentio sua et conscientia sua judicabit omnes et ideo in voluntate hominis est: homo enim liberum arbitrium habet et habet discretionem et ideo in sul potestate est.
If one surveys the various uses of the maxim in the Thomistic corpus, particularly in his treatments of liberum arbitrium, there is no doubt that Thomas is usually treating the causa as nominative and taking it to mean "cause.