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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sovereign

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1 1, 16 | is truth itself, and the sovereign and first truth.~Aquin.: 2 1, 64 | Himself, because He ~is the sovereign truth; and this is because 3 1, 65 | Himself, because He ~is the sovereign truth; and this is because 4 1, 102 | or is able to resist this sovereign good. It is this sovereign ~ 5 1, 102 | sovereign good. It is this sovereign ~good therefore that ruleth 6 2, 2 | since the desire for the sovereign good never fails, it ~seems 7 2, 2 | than the desire for the ~sovereign good. For the more perfectly 8 2, 2 | For the more perfectly the sovereign good is possessed, ~the 9 2, 2 | they are imperfect, and the sovereign good ~does not consist therein.~ 10 2, 4 | but the attainment of the Sovereign Good, it cannot be without ~ 11 2, 5 | consists in attaining the Sovereign Good. But ~we cannot arrive 12 2, 5 | last end itself, i.e. the Sovereign Good; ~and the attainment 13 2, 5 | since there is but one Sovereign Good, namely, ~God, by enjoying 14 2, 5 | imperfect participation in the Sovereign Good does not ~destroy the 15 2, 5 | men can participate in the Sovereign Good in this life, by ~knowing 16 2, 5 | kind of enjoyment of the Sovereign Good.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[5] 17 2, 15 | mental faculty ~which has the sovereign power of urging his members 18 2, 19 | of the human will is the ~Sovereign Good, namely, God, as stated 19 2, 19 | it to be ordained to ~the Sovereign Good, that is, to God.~Aquin.: 20 2, 34 | that no pleasure be the sovereign or greatest good. But, judging 21 2, 39 | is the ~inferior. Now the sovereign good is the greatest good 22 2, 58 | be in ~accord with some sovereign reason that moves it, there 23 2, 63 | is no good without ~the Sovereign Good. Where knowledge of 24 2, 68 | object. Now God is ~the Sovereign Good: wherefore the names 25 2, 73 | public personage, ~e.g. a sovereign prince who stands in the 26 2, 74 | consent, whereby it wields its sovereign power of moving the members ~ 27 2, 87 | grievous sin to ~strike the sovereign than a private individual), 28 2, 90 | Whatsoever pleaseth the sovereign, has ~force of law."~Aquin.: 29 2, 90 | saying that the will of the sovereign ~has the force of law; otherwise 30 2, 90 | force of law; otherwise the sovereign's will would savor of ~lawlessness 31 2, 90 | 3: Further, just as the sovereign of a state governs the state, 32 2, 90 | governs his household. But the sovereign of a state can make laws 33 2, 92 | that "the virtue of a sovereign is the same as that of a 34 2, 93 | Whether the eternal law is a sovereign type [*Ratio] existing in 35 2, 93 | the eternal law is not a sovereign type ~existing in God. For 36 2, 93 | is ~not the same as the sovereign type. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 37 2, 93 | the eternal ~law is the sovereign type, to which we must always 38 2, 96 | Leg. et Senat.] that "the sovereign is exempt from the laws." 39 2, 96 | bound by the ~laws of the sovereign of another city or kingdom, 40 2, 96 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The sovereign is said to be "exempt from 41 2, 96 | from the authority of the ~sovereign. Thus then is the sovereign 42 2, 96 | sovereign. Thus then is the sovereign said to be exempt from the 43 2, 96 | directive force of law, the sovereign is subject to the law by 44 2, 96 | the judgment of God, the sovereign is not exempt from the law, 45 2, 96 | of constraint. Again the sovereign is above the law, in so 46 2, 97 | does the authority of the ~sovereign, who has not the power to 47 2, 98 | Further, it belongs to the sovereign alone to make a law, as ~ 48 2, 98 | A[3]). But God alone is Sovereign as regards the ~salvation 49 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 3: It is for the sovereign alone to make a law by his 50 2, 100 | consists in ~his not giving sovereign honor to another: and this 51 2, 104 | to the direction of the sovereign as ~supreme judge.~Aquin.: 52 2, 104 | are not deadly. For if a sovereign were to ~order these judicial 53 2, 104 | found: one, of the ~people's sovereign to his subjects; a second 54 2, 104 | the ~institution of the sovereign and relating to his office, 55 2, 1 | not only God, who is the sovereign ~Good, but also our neighbor. 56 2, 1 | Whether it belongs to the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up a symbol 57 2, 1 | it does not belong to the Sovereign Pontiff to ~draw up a symbol 58 2, 1 | to the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up a ~new 59 2, 1 | Therefore it seems that the Sovereign ~Pontiff has no authority 60 2, 1 | Athanasius was not the Sovereign Pontiff, but patriarch ~ 61 2, 1 | not seem to belong to the Sovereign Pontiff any more ~than to 62 2, 1 | by the authority of the ~Sovereign Pontiff, as stated in the 63 2, 1 | to the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff to draw up ~a symbol.~ 64 2, 1 | to the ~authority of the Sovereign Pontiff, "to whom the more 65 2, 1 | said to Peter whom he ~made Sovereign Pontiff (Lk. 22:32): "I 66 2, 1 | the sole authority of the ~Sovereign Pontiff to publish a new 67 2, 1 | Consequently this ~belongs to the Sovereign Pontiff, by whose authority 68 2, 1 | by the authority of the Sovereign ~Pontiff, so as to be considered 69 2, 2 | heavenly happiness is ~the sovereign good, which can be understood 70 2, 2 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: God's sovereign goodness as we understand 71 2, 10 | because it adheres to the Sovereign Good, while there are various ~ 72 2, 10 | which turn away from the Sovereign ~Good by turning to various 73 2, 11 | authority resides chiefly in the Sovereign Pontiff. For we read [*Decret. ~ 74 2, 12 | from ~allegiance to their sovereign.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 75 2, 12 | refuse allegiance to a sovereign on account of his apostatizing 76 2, 24 | some predominance, ~as the sovereign of a state is spoken of 77 2, 24 | state, and so, what ~the sovereign does, the state is said 78 2, 25 | the object of charity the Sovereign Good. Now no order is appointed 79 2, 27 | of participation in the sovereign good: hence ~charity makes 80 2, 28 | desire is, seemingly, the sovereign good ~which is the last 81 2, 28 | perfect ~enjoyment of the sovereign good, and unites all one' 82 2, 37 | viceregent ~in the Church is the Sovereign Pontiff. Wherefore schismatics 83 2, 37 | refuse to submit to the Sovereign Pontiff, and to hold communion 84 2, 38 | First, the authority of the sovereign by whose command the war ~ 85 2, 38 | by the ~authority of the sovereign or judge, or (as a public 86 2, 39 | For if the ~servants of a sovereign or judge, in virtue of their 87 2, 43 | highest cause, namely the sovereign good which is the last end, 88 2, 44 | is the last ~end and the sovereign good. Now a man may in this 89 2, 56 | Further, it belongs to the sovereign to give each one his right. ~ 90 2, 56 | that it is in ~none but the sovereign: which is absurd.~Aquin.: 91 2, 56 | personification of ~justice," and "the sovereign is its guardian" (Ethic. 92 2, 56 | And thus it is in the ~sovereign principally and by way of 93 2, 58 | OBJ 4: Justice is in the sovereign as a master-virtue [*Cf. 94 2, 59 | justice is not only in the sovereign, but also in the ~subject, 95 2, 59 | belongs exclusively to the ~sovereign to distribute. Therefore 96 2, 62 | by the authority of his sovereign, and the executioner slays 97 2, 64 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: God has sovereign dominion over all things: 98 2, 64 | should be reserved for the sovereign," in ~order, to wit, that 99 2, 65 | supreme judge, i.e. the sovereign, to whom the ~entire public 100 2, 65 | On ~the other hand the sovereign who has full authority in 101 2, 66 | accusation be ~quashed by the sovereign to whom belongs the care 102 2, 66 | accused, for in that case the sovereign could not remit this ~punishment, 103 2, 66 | it can be remitted by the sovereign, who has charge ~of the 104 2, 66 | calumniously. Sometimes the sovereign remits the punishment, ~ 105 2, 82 | made happy in Him as in the sovereign ~good.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 106 2, 83 | people are ~wont to show the sovereign ruler some special sign 107 2, 83 | is done in honor of ~the sovereign Ruler of the whole universe. 108 2, 85 | bound to pay tithes to the ~Sovereign Pontiff, no less than the 109 2, 85 | now to pay tithes to the Sovereign ~Pontiff, if he demanded 110 2, 86 | rule, that not even ~the Sovereign Pontiff can disperse from 111 2, 86 | explicitly that "not even the Sovereign Pontiff can dispense a monk 112 2, 86 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since the Sovereign Pontiff holds the place 113 2, 86 | Land, are reserved to the Sovereign Pontiff [*Cap. ~Ex multa].~ 114 2, 92 | nature of their gods, and the sovereign ~good." This error was embraced 115 2, 96 | mortally. Nevertheless the ~Sovereign Pontiff can, by his authority, 116 2, 97 | who disagree about the ~sovereign's decision, and doubt whether 117 2, 97 | the person chosen by the ~sovereign be worthy of honor." Now 118 2, 97 | savors of irreverence for the sovereign, such as disputing his judgment, ~ 119 2, 105 | sins ~acts against God his sovereign benefactor. But this pertains 120 2, 106 | excommunicated, nor should the sovereign." ~Neither therefore is 121 2, 106 | The same applies to the sovereign, whom the ~multitude follow. 122 2, 118 | But ~it belongs to the sovereign alone to interpret the intention 123 2, 118 | the interpretation ~of the sovereign. But when the case is manifest 124 2, 121 | this for the sake of the sovereign good which is God; ~wherefore 125 2, 165 | knowledge of truth; yet man's ~sovereign good consists, not in the 126 2, 165 | perfect knowledge of the sovereign truth, as the Philosopher 127 2, 165 | to the knowledge of the sovereign truth, wherein supreme happiness ~ 128 2, 182 | by the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff (to whom alone it ~ 129 2, 184 | nevertheless bound to obey the Sovereign Pontiff, not only in matters ~ 130 2, 184 | rule, that not even the Sovereign Pontiff can allow them to ~ 131 2, 186 | wherefore there can be only one sovereign good, as stated in the FP, 132 2, 186 | without the ~authority of the Sovereign Pontiff.~Aquin.: SMT SS 133 2, 186 | on the authority of the sovereign or ~of the Church.~Aquin.: 134 2, 186 | authority, but on that of the sovereign ~or of the Church who are 135 3, 46 | Himself, for He is the ~sovereign and common good of the whole 136 3, 48 | chiefly bound to ~God as his sovereign judge, and to the devil 137 3, 57 | perfection, since He is the Sovereign Good in respect ~of His 138 3, 69 | scandalized at his sin. But the sovereign may ~remit the penalty to 139 Suppl, 22| Mt. 12 asserts ~that the sovereign and a body of people cannot 140 Suppl, 36| being unfaithful to his sovereign Lord, especially ~since 141 Suppl, 37| perfection ~is the work of the Sovereign Pontiff in whom resides 142 Suppl, 57| without the authority of the sovereign. The other ~kind of adoption 143 Suppl, 57| without the consent of the sovereign and with the ~authority 144 Suppl, 57| special permission of the sovereign.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 145 Suppl, 57| adopt by permission of the sovereign, ~wherefore legal relationship 146 Suppl, 90| with all its might to that sovereign good."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 147 Appen1, 2| the holy souls desire the Sovereign Good with the most intense ~ 148 Appen1, 2| the goal of enjoying the Sovereign Good - it follows that ~


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