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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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city

    Part, Question
1 1, 22 | subject to him, in a family, city or ~kingdom; in which sense 2 1, 49 | Shall there be evil in a city, which the Lord hath ~not 3 1, 51 | way that leadeth to the city of Medes?" he ~answered: " 4 1, 60 | God has made the earthly city; ~while love of God unto 5 1, 60 | self has made the heavenly city." ~Therefore it is not natural 6 1, 60 | were a natural part of the city, then such ~inclination 7 1, 50 | Shall there be evil in a city, which the Lord hath ~not 8 1, 52 | way that leadeth to the city of Medes?" he ~answered: " 9 1, 61 | God has made the earthly city; ~while love of God unto 10 1, 61 | self has made the heavenly city." ~Therefore it is not natural 11 1, 61 | were a natural part of the city, then such ~inclination 12 1, 81 | over his own particular city. Now the object of the will 13 1, 104 | contained in the order ~of the city; which order again depends 14 1, 104 | depends on the ruler of the city; while ~this last order 15 1, 107 | actions, as appears in one city where there are different 16 1, 107 | Para. 3/3~But although one city thus comprises several orders, 17 1, 107 | and an end. So in every city, a threefold order of men 18 1, 109 | of a private person in a city. ~Hence when a magician 19 1, 109 | the public law is in the city. ~Therefore good Christians, 20 2, 1 | thus the governor of a city, who intends the common ~ 21 2, 1 | particular departments of the city. ~Consequently all things 22 2, 44 | see the inhabitants of a city, when ~seized with fear, 23 2, 48 | written (Prov. 25:28): "As a city that ~lieth open and is 24 2, 61 | and for the safety of the city." But it is only legal justice ~ 25 2, 66 | 16) that the sides of the city of ~Jerusalem are equal; 26 2, 68 | Spiritu Sancto i, 20): "The city of ~God, the heavenly Jerusalem 27 2, 73 | of God, which builds ~the city of God, is the beginning 28 2, 73 | self-love, which builds the city of Babylon, is the root 29 2, 77 | contempt of God, builds up the city of Babylon." Now every ~ 30 2, 79 | Shall there be evil in the city which God [Vulg.: 'the Lord'] 31 2, 84 | Dei xiv), "builds up the city of Babylon." Therefore ~ 32 2, 96 | hence the subjects of one city or kingdom are not bound 33 2, 96 | the sovereign of another city or kingdom, since they are 34 2, 96 | suppose that in a besieged city it be an ~established law 35 2, 96 | law that the gates of the city are to be kept closed, this 36 2, 96 | who are defenders of the ~city, it would be a great loss 37 2, 96 | would be a great loss to the city, if the gates were not opened ~ 38 2, 100 | it ~were enacted in some city that from each ward some 39 2, 103 | is written concerning the city of the ~Blessed (Apoc. 21: 40 2, 105 | ancients" of the nearest city "shall take a heifer of ~ 41 2, 105 | frequently from ~the nearest city: wherefore the slaying of 42 2, 105 | place the elders of the city swore that they had taken 43 2, 105 | twofold loss, the men of the city would readily make known 44 2, 105 | inhabitants of a captured hostile ~city were to be slain, but that 45 2, 105 | they advanced to besiege a city, they should at first make 46 2, 105 | so too may one nation or city be punished for a ~crime, 47 2, 105 | themselves, to ~whom the city with its territory was destined 48 2, 105 | son to the ancients of the city for punishment.~Aquin.: 49 2, 105 | punished by the rulers of ~the city.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 50 2, 18 | contempt of self ~builds up the city of God." Therefore it seems 51 2, 24 | that it ~"builds up the city of Babylon." Therefore sinners 52 2, 37 | written (1 Esdra 4:15): "This city since days gone ~by has 53 2, 37 | therein [*Vulg.: 'This city is a rebellious city, and 54 2, 37 | This city is a rebellious city, and hurtful to the ~kings 55 2, 38 | the common weal of the ~city, kingdom or province subject 56 2, 38 | to lay ambushes for the city of Hai ~(Joshua 8:2).~Aquin.: 57 2, 40 | multitude, for instance of a city or kingdom. ~Secondly, schism 58 2, 40 | multitude, viz. the people of a city or kingdom. Now ~Augustine 59 2, 45 | family, and ~the good of the city and kingdom are different 60 2, 46 | again is the multitude of a city ~or kingdom, the ruling 61 2, 48 | perfect community ~of a city or kingdom; because a government 62 2, 48 | with the government of a city or kingdom: for which ~reason 63 2, 48 | between the individual and the city or kingdom, since just as 64 2, 48 | the household part of the city ~or kingdom. And therefore, 65 2, 55 | to the common good of a city or ~kingdom, as stated above ( 66 2, 63 | coercion. Now ~just as a city is a perfect community, 67 2, 63 | community, so the governor of a city has ~perfect coercive power: 68 2, 81 | people, and for all the holy city, Jeremias the ~prophet of 69 2, 92 | within him seeing the ~whole city given to idolatry," and 70 2, 106 | the accusation of a city, and the gathering ~together 71 2, 106 | to the good of the whole city, and not only to the good 72 2, 124 | citizens of the heavenly city." Therefore it ~is seemingly 73 2, 139 | applicable: thus the word "city" is used ~antonomastically* 74 2, 145 | 39:2, "the walls ~of the city were first broken through." 75 2, 152 | man finds a maiden in the city, and by force has carnal ~ 76 2, 167 | by custom or law of ~any city or nation may not be violated 77 2, 172 | saw the ~burning of the city under the figure of a boiling 78 2, 172 | fitting to begin ~when this city," Rome to wit, "was being 79 2, 182 | Ordain . . . in every ~city," etc. says: "Formerly priest 80 2, 183 | shall persecute you in this city, ~flee into another." ~Aquin.: 81 2, 183 | servants may flee from one city to another, when one of 82 2, 185 | when the bishop of the ~city commands him to take charge 83 2, 186 | what business have you in a city?" The same is ~found stated 84 2, 186 | before His face into every city and place whither He Himself ~ 85 2, 186 | disciples were gone ~into the city to buy meats," and (Jn. 86 3, 8 | 14: ~"And the wall of the city had twelve foundations." 87 3, 19 | Daniel and Job ~be in the city [Vulg.: 'the midst thereof'] . . . 88 3, 22 | enlightened it" - that ~is, the city of the Saints - "and the 89 3, 29 | damsel ~. . . the men of the city shall stone her to death, 90 3, 35 | He had been born in the city ~of Rome, which at that 91 3, 35 | time a royal and a priestly city. ~Now, Christ's priesthood 92 3, 35 | willed to be born ~in a mean city, and to suffer reproach 93 3, 35 | suffer reproach in a great city.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[35] A[ 94 3, 35 | He had chosen the great city of Rome, the change in the ~ 95 3, 35 | in order that from ~that city the faith might spread throughout 96 3, 35 | to Is. ~26:5,6: "The high city He shall lay low . . . the 97 3, 36 | returned into Galilee, to their city" - namely, ~"Nazareth." 98 3, 36 | also bore testimony of the ~city in which Christ was to be 99 3, 36 | Jerusalem, to seek in the royal city the new-born King, in order 100 3, 40 | By sitting not in the city and in the market-place, 101 3, 41 | Christ up "into the Holy City, and set Him upon ~the pinnacle 102 3, 41 | Christ was led into the Holy City, not really, but ~in an 103 3, 41 | others say that the Holy City itself, i.e. ~Jerusalem, 104 3, 41 | in which each kingdom or city ~lay, and set forth to Him 105 3, 46 | Temple, and not outside the city gate.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] 106 3, 46 | assembled ~together in this city against Thy holy child Jesus 107 3, 46 | in the Temple nor in the city. First of all, that the 108 3, 46 | Consequently, ~it was beyond the city and outside the walls, that 109 3, 46 | beheaded are outside the city and beyond the ~gates, deriving 110 3, 49 | that is to say, in the city of ~refuge - "until the 111 3, 50 | just as the ~ruler of the city may be called the whole 112 3, 50 | may be called the whole city, since its entire disposal ~ 113 3, 53 | they came into the holy city, and appeared to many." 114 3, 58 | Douay: 'Stay'] you in the city": and ~royal or judiciary " 115 3, 60 | sacrosanct, such as the city walls, and persons of high 116 3, 65 | bidden thus: "Stay you in the city till ~you be endued with 117 3, 83 | house, but outside the ~city gate, according to Heb. 118 3, 83 | not celebrated within the ~city of the Jews, but in the 119 3, 86 | caused it to rain upon one ~city, and caused it not to rain 120 3, 86 | not to rain upon another city; one piece was rained ~upon: 121 3, 86 | falls on one part ~of the city, leaving the other part 122 Suppl, 26| solicitude, like judges over each city. Hence them alone the Pope, ~ 123 Suppl, 28| themselves to the bishop of the city at the door of the church. 124 Suppl, 28| disturbed the whole of the city.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[28] A[ 125 Suppl, 40| includes the community of a ~city, and the community of a 126 Suppl, 60| civil community, such as a city or kingdom. Accordingly, ~ 127 Suppl, 72| people, and for all the holy city, Jeremias the prophet of ~ 128 Suppl, 72| unclean shall be without the city of glory (Apoc. 22:15) - 129 Suppl, 74| by the sun. But then the city of God will ~need neither 130 Suppl, 77| the whole population of a ~city, for each individual is 131 Suppl, 80| condemned by Gregory in the city of ~Constantinople, as he 132 Suppl, 85| of his family, or of his city or kingdom, or of the ~whole 133 Suppl, 86| counted as citizens of the City of God will be judged as ~ 134 Suppl, 86| justly banished from the city of the ~saints, of which 135 Suppl, 88| and (Apoc. ~21:23): "The city hath no need of the sun, 136 Suppl, 88| according to which that "city hath no need of the sun," ~ 137 Suppl, 89| God shall enlighten the city of Jerusalem [*Vulg.: ~' 138 Suppl, 90| Further, in every well-ordered city there is a distinction of 139 Suppl, 90| kingdom is compared to a city (Apoc. 21:2). Therefore 140 Suppl, 93| triumphant: "I ~saw the Holy City," etc. (Apoc. 21:2). Now 141 Suppl, 96| commits an offense ~in a city is rendered by his very 142 Suppl, 96| that he may live in the city in a becoming and peaceful 143 Suppl, 96| the fellowship of God's city, and this is the effect 144 Suppl, 96| bond uniting this same ~city together. Consequently, 145 Suppl, 96| off from this perishable city by the ~penalty of the first 146 Suppl, 96| from that imperishable ~city by the punishment of the 147 Suppl, 96| houses remained standing, the city was ~overthrown in its wicked


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