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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subjection

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | and since the relation of subjection is ~real in the creature, 2 1, 33 | not attribute ~any kind of subjection or inferiority to the Son, 3 1, 38 | Orth. iv, 19) there is ~no subjection nor service in the divine 4 1, 38 | persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both as regards him to whom 5 1, 38 | name in God does not imply subjection, ~but only origin, as regards 6 1, 39 | real "supposition" ~or "subjection."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 7 1, 63 | subject to a superior when subjection is due. ~Consequently the 8 1, 75 | there a different reason of subjection and change. ~For the intelligence 9 1, 38 | Orth. iv, 19) there is ~no subjection nor service in the divine 10 1, 38 | persons. But gift implies a ~subjection both as regards him to whom 11 1, 38 | name in God does not imply subjection, ~but only origin, as regards 12 1, 39 | real "supposition" ~or "subjection."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 13 1, 64 | subject to a superior when subjection is due. ~Consequently the 14 1, 74 | there a different reason of subjection and change. ~For the intelligence 15 1, 91 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, subjection and limitation were a result 16 1, 91 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Subjection is twofold. One is servile, 17 1, 91 | benefit; and this kind of ~subjection began after sin. There is 18 1, 91 | There is another kind of subjection which is ~called economic 19 1, 91 | and good; and this kind of subjection existed even ~before sin. 20 1, 91 | themselves. So by such a kind ~of subjection woman is naturally subject 21 1, 94 | the soul: and the first subjection was the cause of both ~the 22 1, 94 | it is clear that ~such a subjection of the body to the soul 23 1, 94 | that also the ~primitive subjection by virtue of which reason 24 1, 95 | universal. Therefore the subjection of other ~animals to man 25 1, 95 | that some are ~placed in subjection to others as a penalty.~ 26 1, 95 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, subjection is opposed to liberty. But 27 1, 98 | consists in the perfect subjection of the body to the soul. 28 1, 99 | consists ~in the supernatural subjection of the reason to God, which 29 1, 99 | the reason to God, which subjection ~results from sanctifying 30 1, 107 | servile condition and common ~subjection, such as that of plebeians, 31 1, 107 | Reply OBJ 1: The angel's subjection to God is greater than their ~ 32 1, 108 | precedence where obedience and subjection do ~not exist. But these 33 1, 108 | according ~to their nature, for subjection and service do not come 34 1, 111 | Dominations ~are above all subjection." But to be sent implies 35 1, 111 | But to be sent implies subjection. Therefore ~the dominations 36 2, 57 | as the body is in servile subjection to the ~soul, and man, as 37 2, 63 | body, and bring it into ~subjection" (1 Cor. 9:27), by abstinence 38 2, 67 | because even in this life ~subjection to a superior is part of 39 2, 82 | original justice, removing the subjection of man's mind to ~God. Consequently 40 2, 82 | being subject to ~God: which subjection, first and chiefly, was 41 2, 85 | body was held ~together in subjection to the soul, without any 42 2, 96 | the higher powers." But subjection to a power seems to imply ~ 43 2, 96 | a power seems to imply ~subjection to the laws framed by that 44 2, 96 | This argument is true of subjection by way of coercion: ~for, 45 2, 99 | makes profession of his subjection to God: ~and it is these 46 2, 107 | same end, ~namely, man's subjection to God; and there is but 47 2, 15 | the law. Now the primary ~subjection of man to God is by faith, 48 2, 18 | happiness consists in perfect subjection to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 49 2, 18 | inconsistent with perfect subjection to God, ~wherefore it is 50 2, 30 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the subjection of children to their parents 51 2, 79 | not denote a ~relation of subjection of man to God.~Aquin.: SMT 52 2, 79 | while ~service regards the subjection of man who, by his condition, 53 2, 79 | excellence and to his own subjection to God, either by offering ~ 54 2, 83 | them to God in ~sign of the subjection and honor due to Him, like 55 2, 83 | in ~protestation of our subjection to God: and the obligation 56 2, 100 | we owe them reverence and subjection, ~according to Heb. 13:17, " 57 2, 101 | reply that the honor or subjection of dulia regards ~some dignity 58 2, 101 | OBJ 3: Man owes neither subjection nor honor to an irrational ~ 59 2, 102 | men freed from the law of subjection, whereby they ~were under 60 2, 102 | As stated above (A[5]), subjection whereby one man is bound ~ 61 2, 145 | should be bound ~together in subjection to one God." Now the liberty 62 2, 155 | moral virtue consists in the subjection of ~appetite to reason, 63 2, 159 | civic life, wherein the subjection of one man to another is 64 2, 159 | virtue, regards ~chiefly the subjection of man to God, for Whose 65 2, 159 | in the first place man's subjection to God; and for ~this reason 66 2, 159 | consists ~chiefly in man's subjection to God. Now one ought not 67 2, 160 | humility, inasmuch as it scorns subjection, to magnanimity, inasmuch 68 2, 160 | humility properly ~regards the subjection of man to God, as stated 69 2, 160 | properly regards lack of this subjection, in so far as a ~man raises 70 2, 160 | that pride regards ~chiefly subjection to God which it scorns, 71 2, 162 | man's mind withdrew from subjection to God, the result was that 72 2, 162 | to the lack of the body's subjection to the soul.~Aquin.: SMT 73 2, 162 | the bearer. Likewise the ~"subjection of woman to man" results 74 2, 162 | 2] R.O. 1 Para. 2/3~The subjection of the woman to her husband 75 2, 175 | commissioned, because their subjection is not a ~result of their 76 2, 184 | rendering pure service and subjection ~to God, are united to the 77 2, 184 | The monastic life denotes subjection ~and discipleship." Now 78 2, 184 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The subjection of religious is chiefly 79 2, 184 | however, exempt him from subjection to a ~lower superior, but 80 2, 185 | monastic life is one of subjection and discipleship, not of ~ 81 2, 186 | rendering pure service and subjection ~to God, and on account 82 2, 186 | Reply OBJ 1: Service and subjection rendered to God are not 83 2, 186 | monastic life is one of ~subjection and discipleship, not of 84 2, 186 | degree of "discipleship" or "subjection," which is competent to ~ 85 2, 187 | Further, seemingly the subjection of a son to his father is ~ 86 3, 20 | Para. 1/3 - OF CHRIST'S SUBJECTION TO THE FATHER (TWO ARTICLES)~ 87 3, 20 | must consider (1) Christ's subjection to the Father; (2) His ~ 88 3, 20 | there is no dependence or ~subjection." But we cannot say simply 89 3, 20 | beginning has a threefold ~subjection to God. The first regards 90 3, 20 | His command. This triple subjection to God Christ professes 91 3, 20 | human nature. The second subjection is ~attributed to Christ, 92 3, 20 | Father." And this ~is the subjection of subservience, whereby " 93 3, 20 | of a servant." The third ~subjection He attributes to Himself, 94 3, 20 | please Him." And this is the subjection to the Father, of ~obedience 95 3, 35 | really Lord through the real subjection of the creature ~to Him. 96 3, 35 | He was born at a ~time of subjection - namely, when the whole 97 3, 40 | order to deliver men from subjection to ~the Law, according to 98 3, 41 | body, and bring it into subjection, lest perhaps ~when I have 99 3, 58 | right hand seems to exclude ~subjection, because one so sitting 100 3, 64 | in chief; the others in subjection to Him.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 101 Suppl, 19| woman is ~in a state of subjection: wherefore she can have 102 Suppl, 23| marriage, "lowliness" ~to subjection. The others need no explanation.~ 103 Suppl, 28| s hair is a sign of her subjection, a man's is ~not. Hence 104 Suppl, 34| Church. For ~Order requires subjection and preeminence. But subjection 105 Suppl, 34| subjection and preeminence. But subjection seemingly is ~incompatible 106 Suppl, 34| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The subjection of slavery is incompatible 107 Suppl, 34| one's own ~profit. Such subjection is not required in Order, 108 Suppl, 39| woman is ~in the state of subjection, it follows that she cannot 109 Suppl, 39| receiving Orders. For corporal subjection is not incompatible with ~ 110 Suppl, 39| slave there is corporal subjection. ~Therefore he is not hindered 111 Suppl, 39| woman, on account of her subjection, ~cannot receive the sacrament 112 Suppl, 39| But greater still is the ~subjection in a slave; since woman 113 Suppl, 39| it is hindered by ~bodily subjection.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[39] A[ 114 Suppl, 52| they are equal, and the ~subjection of slavery does not extend 115 Suppl, 57| succession and a ~certain subjection of the adopted to the adopter: 116 Suppl, 66| who is in any state of ~subjection."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[66] A[ 117 Suppl, 72| people to reverence and subjection: and consequently many signs ~ 118 Suppl, 72| hearts of men be brought to subjection to the coming ~judge, and 119 Suppl, 80| to the spirit. The first subjection whereby the body is ~subject 120 Suppl, 81| will become adapted to that subjection: and this ~perfection is 121 Suppl, 92| marriage, since it implies ~no subjection such as is required in the 122 Suppl, 93| any other frees man from ~subjection to the flesh. Now this is 123 Appen1, 2| of the powers, and their ~subjection to grace, is effected when


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