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In the late fourth century, the fourfold penalty had become standard for all forms of furtum.
34) Obviously, much of this critique was derived directly from Calvin, who scorned the clergy for rapina (looting), furtum (theft), and lactrocinium (piracy): in short, with arguments not uncommon in humanist circles.
The final result is obtained through a series of what the Aristotelian tradition would call "involuntary transactions,"(43) in this case theft, furtum.