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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affairs

    Part, Question
1 1, 8 | be considered from ~human affairs. A king, for example, is 2 1, 21 | Thus we also ~in human affairs speak of the truth of justice.~ 3 1, 22 | divine providence human ~affairs concerning which we take 4 1, 22 | providence, over ~human affairs, he assigned to demons, 5 1, 24 | a comparison with human affairs. For it is usual among men ~ 6 1, 30 | resolve that even in human affairs this name "person" is common 7 1, 30 | because neither in human affairs is the community of ~person 8 1, 31 | nature. ~Hence also in human affairs, if we ask, Who is this 9 1, 63 | who are set over earthly affairs, it is ~evident that some 10 1, 64 | who are set over earthly affairs, it is ~evident that some 11 1, 88 | dead have no concern in the affairs of the living."~Aquin.: 12 1, 88 | they interfere in mundane ~affairs, except in accordance with 13 1, 88 | their state. Moreover, ~the affairs of the living can be made 14 1, 88 | the ~dead may interfere in affairs of the living - and this 15 1, 102 | things, or that even human affairs, were not ~subject to the 16 1, 104 | proportionate; just as in human affairs to him that presides over 17 1, 104 | this may be seen in human affairs. On the father of a family ~ 18 1, 105 | superior cause, as in human affairs ~the command of the president 19 1, 107 | order may be seen ~in human affairs. For there are some who 20 1, 107 | common law not only human affairs ~are administered by them, 21 1, 107 | do not administer human affairs, "nor do ~they interfere 22 1, 108 | of the good; as in human affairs the judge's assessors make 23 1, 109 | generally found both in human affairs and in ~natural things that 24 1, 115 | natural things or in human ~affairs, is to be reduced to a superior 25 1, 115 | hold. First, as to human ~affairs: because we have proved 26 1, 115 | natural things and in human affairs, is reduced to a preordaining 27 1, 115 | If anyone ascribes human affairs to fate, meaning thereby 28 2, 20 | MALICE IN EXTERNAL HUMAN AFFAIRS (SIX ARTICLES)~We must next 29 2, 61 | man "who flies from human affairs ~and devotes himself exclusively 30 2, 61 | in the conduct of human ~affairs. It is in this sense that 31 2, 61 | as ~they relate to human affairs; for instance, justice, 32 2, 61 | OBJ 3: To neglect human affairs when necessity forbids is 33 2, 63 | well in respect of human affairs.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[63] A[ 34 2, 66 | perfect knowledge of human affairs, which are ~the subject 35 2, 66 | prudence is about human affairs, and wisdom about the ~Supreme 36 2, 87 | natural things to human affairs that ~whenever one thing 37 2, 87 | frequently observed in human affairs, for it is written about 38 2, 87 | another: thus even ~in human affairs we see men take the debts 39 2, 91 | the ~ordering of all human affairs. Consequently there is no 40 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Whether all human affairs are subject to the eternal 41 2, 93 | seem that not all human affairs are subject to the ~eternal 42 2, 95 | its justice. Now in human affairs a thing is said to be ~just, 43 2, 95 | great variety of human ~affairs: and hence arises the diversity 44 2, 99 | precepts, as regards human affairs; ~to the "ceremonial" precepts, 45 2, 102 | greatest import in human affairs. These are wisdom, signified 46 2, 102 | who are clever in temporal affairs, but dull in spiritual matters. 47 2, 104 | men who are at the head of affairs, and in whom the judicial ~ 48 2, 104 | those who are at the head of affairs ~to regulate not only litigious 49 2, 105 | benefit of the people in human affairs. But certain things ~were 50 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 8: In the business affairs of men, there is no such 51 2, 105 | allowed ~to meddle with the affairs of a nation as soon as they 52 2, 1 | being busy with ~other affairs. And so it was necessary 53 2, 2 | investigation, into human affairs, have fallen into many errors, 54 2, 9 | the knowledge of human ~affairs may properly receive the 55 2, 43 | things or in directing human affairs according to Divine rules, 56 2, 43 | the direction of human affairs according to Divine rules ( 57 2, 45 | prudence is wisdom about human affairs: but ~not wisdom absolutely, 58 2, 45 | the variety of persons and affairs. ~Wherefore since the inclination 59 2, 48 | contained under political ~affairs, so too are many other matters, 60 2, 48 | corresponding to other affairs in the state. Neither therefore 61 2, 50 | God, just as, in human ~affairs, those who are unable to 62 2, 55 | things, but only to human affairs, for Isidore ~says (Etym. 63 2, 55 | is to be found in human ~affairs, since all the rules of 64 2, 55 | this way, as regards ~human affairs, a son belongs to his father, 65 2, 61 | OBJ 2: Further, in human affairs persons are of more importance 66 2, 64 | Secondly, because human affairs are conducted in more orderly ~ 67 2, 65 | is not exercised in human affairs, save ~by those who hold 68 2, 65 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: In human affairs a man may submit of his 69 2, 76 | OBJ 3: Further, in human affairs justice is determined by 70 2, 79 | withdrawing from ~human affairs. Thus also the term "contemplative" 71 2, 79 | honor due: even as ~in human affairs we see that different honor 72 2, 81 | prayer. Some held that human affairs are not ruled by Divine 73 2, 81 | all things, even in ~human affairs, happen of necessity, whether 74 2, 81 | those who held that human affairs are indeed ruled by Divine ~ 75 2, 81 | impose necessity on human affairs ~subject to Divine providence, 76 2, 86 | Perils occasioned by human affairs should be obviated by ~human 77 2, 87 | this the case in spiritual affairs, when ~moreover it is becoming 78 2, 93 | accidentally, whether in human affairs ~or in the natural order, 79 2, 93 | certain things about temporal affairs." Wherefore ~he concludes: " 80 2, 99 | OBJ 3: Further, in human affairs there are many other mutual 81 2, 99 | once more ~with worldly affairs. Nevertheless he is bound, 82 2, 100 | the administration of the affairs of the state. This no longer ~ 83 2, 102 | by God: and so in ~human affairs also the higher must move 84 2, 102 | higher, so too in human affairs, in virtue of the order 85 2, 102 | disposal of actions and human ~affairs, a subject is bound to obey 86 2, 102 | else the stability of human affairs would cease. Hence ~faith 87 2, 107 | making known one's own ~affairs out of season, and deficiency 88 2, 121 | rectitude of reason in human affairs, and this belongs to justice; ~ 89 2, 121 | this rectitude ~in human affairs. Now the human will is hindered 90 2, 121 | greater importance than the affairs of civil life, this opinion 91 2, 121 | However, personal and civil ~affairs admit of dangers of death 92 2, 121 | order of reason in all human affairs: ~whereas the other virtues 93 2, 127 | good of reason in human affairs, for this is man's proper 94 2, 132 | Divine things, or even the affairs of the community at large. ~ 95 2, 138 | so that even in ~human affairs there are laws of democracies, 96 2, 140 | This is because in human affairs a thing ~is beautiful according 97 2, 145 | common weal in ~temporal affairs, so it belongs to ecclesiastical 98 2, 147 | the highest place in human affairs: while it ~is allowed to 99 2, 166 | And ~although in human affairs, they have no other occupation 100 2, 166 | I answer that, In human affairs whatever is against reason 101 2, 181 | subject. For even in earthly affairs ~those who are free, not 102 2, 182 | to refrain from worldly affairs, which they might lawfully 103 2, 184 | which though ~all human affairs are subject, yet some are 104 2, 185 | refraining from other people's affairs, so as to be ~the better 105 2, 185 | they should attend to his affairs out of charity, according 106 3, 59 | with respect to all human ~affairs?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 107 3, 59 | power concerning all human affairs ~does not belong to Christ. 108 3, 59 | judgment over all ~human affairs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 109 3, 59 | judgment over all human ~affairs.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[59] A[ 110 3, 59 | judgments ~regarding human affairs are included in Christ's 111 3, 59 | from comparison of human affairs with ~the end of human salvation. 112 3, 59 | committed. Now all human affairs are ~ordered for the end 113 3, 59 | manifest ~that all human affairs are included in Christ's 114 3, 67 | every commonwealth minor affairs are entrusted to lower ~ 115 3, 67 | officials, while greater affairs are restricted to higher 116 3, 77 | blind: even thus in human affairs, to ~some individuals some 117 3, 83 | the ordering of temporal affairs is ~subject to the ruling 118 Suppl, 9 | court wherein the hidden affairs of conscience are tried.~ 119 Suppl, 36| the ~conduct of temporal affairs, either because of their 120 Suppl, 58| able to manage one's own affairs in other matters without 121 Suppl, 69| dead took any part in the affairs of the living, to say nothing 122 Suppl, 69| departed ~do not mingle in the affairs of the living. But they 123 Suppl, 69| Cura pro Mort. xvi): "Human affairs have their ~limits other 124 Suppl, 69| than to take part in the affairs of the ~living. Nevertheless, 125 Suppl, 71| Even so the bounds of human affairs ~differ from those of the 126 Suppl, 72| watching and helping the ~affairs and actions of the living?" 127 Suppl, 73| in resemblance to our own affairs: since it is ~very easy


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