non vult


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(law) an answer of 'no contest' by a defendant who does not admit guilt but that subjects him to conviction

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Volunt dici, et non fieri; dicente scriptura: 'Vuh piger, et non vult'; id est: vult beatus esse et non vult laborare, unde beatus fat" (see Allott, Alcuin, 79, with minor modifications).
87); de meme chez Petrone un domestique ta bien des lettres mais il ne veut rien faire>> (sed non vult laborare: 46.
Conversely,] anyone who from among the many things taught by the Church holds those he likes and does not hold the ones he dislikes (quae vult tenet et quae non vult non tenet), no longer holds fast to Church teaching as an infallible rule (sicut infallibili regulae), but to his own will (propriae voluntate).
Sed cum aliquis vult finem et ea quae sunt ad finem, idem est quod movetur, scilicet voluntas, et idem est movens: quia ea quae sunt ad finem non vult aliquis, nisi inquantum vult finem.
Praeterea, qui facit quod non vult, non habet liberam electionem.
Notant a contrario sensu quod si populus non vult consentire electioni factae per collegium, potest electio irritari .
DPC, 190: <<Aliquando enim legislator, sive ecclesiasticus sive saecularis, non vult in suis legibus exigere obedientiam debitam a subditis, sed simpliciter ordinat quid faciendum sit, dicens et dirigens potius quam praecipiens.