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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | what, strictly speaking, commands all that 'ebulia' has rightly ~ 2 1, 25 | execution ~what the will commands, and what knowledge directs, 3 1, 42 | is the power of him who commands and teaches ~than of him 4 1, 42 | and hears. But the Father commands the Son ~according to Jn. 5 1, 75 | the appetitive power, ~commands motion. The operation of 6 1, 42 | is the power of him who commands and teaches ~than of him 7 1, 42 | and hears. But the Father commands the Son ~according to Jn. 8 1, 74 | the appetitive power, ~commands motion. The operation of 9 1, 80 | orders ~of the one that commands them, since they have nothing 10 1, 80 | resist ~the orders of him who commands. And so, the soul is said 11 1, 80 | whereof it can resist the commands of ~reason. For the sensitive 12 1, 80 | unpleasant, which reason commands. And ~so from the fact that 13 1, 82 | counsels, exhortations, ~commands, prohibitions, rewards, 14 1, 98 | in executing the will's commands. Now the human ~will is 15 1, 102 | do not rebel ~against his commands. Therefore if no one rebelled 16 1, 102 | rebelled against God's ~commands, no one would be justly 17 1, 107 | who fulfil the ~Divine commands.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[108] A[ 18 1, 111 | wait upon him, and hear his commands immediately; while ~others 19 1, 111 | there are to whom the royal commands are conveyed by those who 20 1, 114 | to any purpose that God ~commands. But miracles are said to 21 2, 5 | the art of sailing, which commands ~the art of shipbuilding, 22 2, 8 | means, as that which it commands. On the ~other hand, the 23 2, 9 | just as the "art of sailing commands the art of ~shipbuilding" ( 24 2, 9 | nevertheless act counter ~to his commands. Hence both irascible and 25 2, 11 | executor, but of the power that commands ~the achievement; for it 26 2, 17 | Avicenna, "the power that commands movement is the ~appetite; 27 2, 17 | that of one who receives ~commands. But the body is compared 28 2, 17 | after choice, the ~reason commands that power which has to 29 2, 17 | another's will, when one commands another; ~sometimes the 30 2, 17 | the will of the one that commands, when he commands himself 31 2, 17 | one that commands, when he commands himself to ~do something.~ 32 2, 17 | since one ~is the power that commands, and the other is the power 33 2, 17 | Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands the mind to will, ~and yet 34 2, 17 | viii, 9) when the mind commands ~itself perfectly to will, 35 2, 17 | but that sometimes it ~commands and wills not, is due to 36 2, 17 | due to the fact that it commands imperfectly. ~Now imperfect 37 2, 17 | with intellect and will, commands the act of the ~will for 38 2, 17 | But it is the reason ~that commands, as stated above (A[1]). 39 2, 17 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Reason commands itself, just as the will 40 2, 17 | appetite. But the ~reason commands by way of apprehensive power. 41 2, 17 | Confess. viii, 9): "The mind commands a ~movement of the hand, 42 2, 46 | in so far as ~the reason commands: and thus the will follows 43 2, 48 | anger, as if in judgment, commands silence." On the part of ~ 44 2, 58 | condition, for as soon as reason commands, the hand or ~the foot proceeds 45 2, 58 | Polit. i, 3) that "reason commands the ~appetitive faculty 46 2, 59 | to make them execute the commands of reason, by ~exercising 47 2, 61 | prudence is the virtue which ~commands; justice, the virtue which 48 2, 65 | that counsels, ~judges, and commands in those things that are 49 2, 71 | sin is in the will, which commands all ~voluntary acts, in 50 2, 74 | secondly, when it either commands the inordinate ~movements 51 2, 74 | passions: first, when it commands unlawful ~passions; for 52 2, 90 | that the reason issues its commands as regards things ordained 53 2, 90 | command and to forbid. But ~commands are directed to certain 54 2, 90 | particular ends. And in this way commands are ~given even concerning 55 2, 90 | can indeed make certain commands ~or ordinances, but not 56 2, 91 | family issues different commands to the ~children and to 57 2, 92 | virtuous that they obey ~the commands of their rulers. Hence the 58 2, 92 | or command, for "the law commands all acts of ~virtue" (Ethic. 59 2, 94 | in man, reason rules and commands the other powers, so ~all 60 2, 100 | acts of justice; and if it commands ~acts of other virtues, 61 2, 100 | respect, in so far as it commands man to give some time to 62 2, 103 | the Law. But the Gospel commands the leper, who has been ~ 63 2, 103 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the commands of the apostles did not 64 2, 105 | the Apostle (1 Tim. 6:18) commands the rich "to give easily 65 2, 108 | contain prohibitions and ~commands about exterior deeds, but 66 2, 108 | Evang. 30), as being not ~commands but permissions. For He 67 2, 108 | considered as temporal commands laid upon the apostles for 68 2, 108 | to receive some special commands from Christ, such as all 69 2, 108 | were either ~disciplinary commands for that particular time, 70 2, 113 | different virtues, when one commands and ~another is commanded, 71 2, 114 | the end pertains always ~commands the habits to which the 72 2, 5 | principles, ~but because his will commands his intellect to assent. 73 2, 10 | universal principle, which ~commands all acts of sin; and this 74 2, 10 | is ruled by ~his master's commands, will be converted to the 75 2, 10 | superiors to comply with their ~commands, unless the subjects are 76 2, 21 | partly by admonitions and commands. Nevertheless there was 77 2, 21 | requires of us that which He commands us to do. Therefore it is 78 2, 22 | concerned about the last end, ~commands the virtues or arts which 79 2, 22 | secondary, thus the military art commands the art of horse-riding ~( 80 2, 25 | it follows that charity commands each act of another ~friendship, 81 2, 25 | art which is about the end commands the art which ~is about 82 2, 31 | of charity, which virtue commands it, so to speak, but ~secondarily 83 2, 31 | Now a ~prelate sometimes commands either all in general, or 84 2, 31 | Therefore ~when a prelate commands anyone to tell him anything 85 2, 32 | says (Confess. x) that God commands us to bear with ~penal evils, 86 2, 33 | moral precept, implicitly ~commands the mind to rest in God: 87 2, 45 | other moral ~virtues, and commands them. Therefore it appoints 88 2, 45 | vi, 10) that "prudence ~commands."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 89 2, 45 | above the other habits and commands them.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] 90 2, 45 | OBJ 3: By prudence a man commands not only others, but also ~ 91 2, 45 | takes counsel, ~judges and commands aright in respect of the 92 2, 45 | secondly because prudence commands right ~actions, which does 93 2, 48 | sense, are moved by the commands of others in such a way 94 2, 49 | principal virtue, which ~commands aright, and this is prudence.~ 95 2, 55 | right is. For the Divine law commands certain things because they 96 2, 56 | in so far as the reason commands the irascible and ~concupiscible, 97 2, 56 | far, to wit, as "the law commands us to perform the ~actions 98 2, 60 | command: because he ~that commands is the chief mover, wherefore 99 2, 60 | restitution. When a man ~commands an unjust taking that does 100 2, 62 | his service to one ~who commands him, even as a sword is 101 2, 62 | indeed his obedience to God's commands is a proof that he fears 102 2, 74 | to man, who, by his word, commands others and thus moves them ~ 103 2, 74 | unlawfulness, for if a man commands or desires another's evil, 104 2, 74 | the other hand if a ~man commands or desires another's evil 105 2, 79 | of the virtues which it ~commands, directing them to the honor 106 2, 79 | concerned with the end, commands the virtues which are concerned 107 2, 79 | general virtue, but that it commands all other virtues, as ~stated 108 2, 86 | heads to obey the ~law or commands of his superiors. And yet 109 2, 98 | the ~episcopate by simony commands a subject of his to receive 110 2, 100 | service, by obeying his commands, and by repaying him, ~according 111 2, 101 | whereby we obey their ~commands.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[103] Out. 112 2, 102 | are bound to obey their commands, stands out as ~special 113 2, 102 | is bound to ~obey God's commands in all things.~Aquin.: SMT 114 2, 102 | between. Therefore ~the commands of a superior must be esteemed 115 2, 102 | superior must be esteemed the commands of God, ~wherefore the Apostle 116 2, 102 | bidding of the person who commands him, by a certain necessity 117 2, 102 | Therefore if the ~emperor commands one thing and God another, 118 2, 102 | just but usurped, or if he commands what is unjust, his subjects 119 2, 103 | superiors often issue so many commands ~that it is seldom, if ever, 120 2, 103 | also disobedience to the commands of a superior is a ~mortal 121 2, 103 | the higher the person who commands, the more grievous is it ~ 122 2, 103 | the fulfilment of all his commands: since every ~such person 123 2, 138 | bear it away." Hence Peter commands (1 Pt. ~5:8,9): "Your adversary 124 2, 145 | practice, and look upon the commands ~of the elders as though 125 2, 145 | practice, and look upon the commands of the ~elders as though 126 2, 146 | hallowing the sabbath, which commands us to ~rest in our last 127 2, 147 | Church: and the ~Apostle commands him to be sober, according 128 2, 152 | Confess. iii, 8): "When God ~commands a thing to be done against 129 2, 161 | prompting, and scorned God's commands."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 130 2, 167 | hair, since the Apostle ~commands them to cover the head." 131 2, 169 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, God commands nothing impossible, as Jerome [* 132 2, 180 | accordingly serves rather than commands. ~Gregory refers to this 133 2, 182 | cxxi): "Whatever things God commands, for instance, 'Thou ~shalt 134 2, 182 | Follow Me," says: "He commands him to follow, not with 135 2, 183 | submits to his superior's commands: hence Gregory ~says (Pastor. 136 2, 183 | that our Lord laid these commands on His ~disciples in reference 137 2, 185 | the bishop of the ~city commands him to take charge of the 138 2, 187 | shoulders of the mind, Who commands us to shun all troublesome 139 3, 61 | through issuing various commands to his household at ~various 140 3, 68 | the Jews the holy synod commands that ~henceforward none 141 3, 85 | and thus, since charity commands all ~the virtues, inasmuch 142 Suppl, 6 | once a ~year; because she commands all to receive Holy Communion 143 Suppl, 8 | be impossible, if their commands were contrary ~or incompatible. 144 Suppl, 23| which considers the end ~commands in matters ordained to the 145 Suppl, 64| master save when ~the latter commands him. Therefore neither is 146 Suppl, 67| but fornication: and He commands other ~grievances to be 147 Suppl, 73| the Divine ~will which commands, the power which executes, 148 Suppl, 87| in so ~far as He does or commands something contrary to their


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