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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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imposed

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | name "stone" [lapis] is imposed from the fact that it ~hurts 2 1, 13 | loedit pedem], but it is not imposed to signify that ~which hurts 3 1, 13 | kinds of divine names are imposed ~from the divine processions; 4 1, 13 | nevertheless these names are ~not imposed to signify the procession 5 1, 13 | creatures; and thus the names imposed by us signify ~Him in that 6 1, 13 | God. Therefore the names imposed by us are ~predicated primarily 7 1, 13 | Some relative names are imposed to signify the relative ~ 8 1, 13 | secundum esse]. ~But others are imposed to signify the things from 9 1, 13 | answer that, Whence a name is imposed, and what the name signifies 10 1, 13 | meaning. For this name is imposed from His ~universal providence 11 1, 13 | operation, this name "God" is imposed to ~signify the divine nature.~ 12 1, 13 | nature, for this name was imposed to signify something existing 13 1, 13 | others. Hence ~every name imposed to signify any singular 14 1, 13 | wise," and the like, are imposed from ~the perfections proceeding 15 1, 13 | is more proper, ~as it is imposed to signify the divine nature; 16 1, 13 | is ~the Tetragrammaton, imposed to signify the substance 17 1, 13 | it suffices that they be imposed from some ~perfections flowing 18 1, 18 | properties names are often ~imposed to signify essences. Hence 19 1, 18 | reason of which they are imposed. And so we see that the ~ 20 1, 27 | intellect; the name being imposed to signify ~what its nature 21 1, 28 | only in the ~various names imposed by us.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 22 1, 29 | objective sense, for it is imposed to signify the ~subsistence. 23 1, 33 | and the reason why it was imposed, are ~not the same thing, 24 1, 34 | OBJ 4: The name of Idea is imposed chiefly to signify relation 25 1, 34 | But the name of Word is imposed chiefly to ~signify the 26 1, 63 | there was no necessity imposed upon him: consequently it ~ 27 1, 69 | equivocal use of the name ~imposed. Thus we find it said at 28 1, 64 | there was no necessity imposed upon him: consequently it ~ 29 1, 70 | equivocal use of the name ~imposed. Thus we find it said at 30 1, 104 | anything outside the order imposed on things?~(7) Whether all 31 2, 13 | comparison to the order imposed by the higher power. Wherefore ~ 32 2, 64 | as the rule of virtue is ~imposed on its proper matter: "but 33 2, 90 | stated above (A[1]), a law is imposed on others by way ~of a rule 34 2, 90 | Now a rule or measure is imposed by being applied ~to those 35 2, 91 | law. Because every law is ~imposed on someone. But there was 36 2, 91 | on whom a law ~could be imposed: since God alone was from 37 2, 93 | restraining. But laws are imposed on men, in order ~to restrain 38 2, 96 | measures. Wherefore laws imposed on men ~should also be in 39 2, 96 | form, as when burdens are imposed unequally on the ~community, 40 2, 98 | respect of ~which every law is imposed on two kinds of men. Because 41 2, 98 | kinds of men. Because it is imposed on ~some men who are hard-hearted 42 2, 98 | restrains and ~tames: and it is imposed on good men, who, through 43 2, 107 | observe the New Law ~are not imposed by the Law itself. Moreover 44 2, 114 | OBJ 3: Temporal evils are imposed as a punishment on the wicked, ~ 45 2, 21 | to right conduct and are ~imposed on man already subject and 46 2, 23 | of these ways, is a limit imposed to the increase of man's ~ 47 2, 45 | that moderation must be imposed on other ~things according 48 2, 64 | need. For ~penance is not imposed except on one who has sinned. 49 2, 65 | punishment against the laws imposed on him by ~his superior. 50 2, 67 | obligation of answering is imposed on him by one ~whom he is 51 2, 67 | Yet no ~punishment is imposed on the accused for collusion 52 2, 86 | some other obligation be ~imposed in lieu of that which was 53 2, 96 | the ~exigencies of a duty imposed on him. If a man demands 54 2, 98 | that on whomsoever he imposed ~his hand they might receive 55 2, 180 | of ~truth, but if it be imposed on us, we must bear it because 56 2, 182 | aforesaid obligation be imposed with a certain ~solemnity; 57 2, 183 | accept the office when it is imposed on him. Hence Augustine 58 2, 183 | of truth, ~but if it be imposed on us, we must bear it because 59 2, 183 | of the pastoral office be imposed, we must not ~abandon the 60 2, 183 | loosens a monk from the yoke imposed ~by the rule of the monastic 61 2, 186 | to the service of God is imposed as a ~penance on some people, 62 2, 187 | OBJ 2: Since slavery was imposed in punishment of sin, it 63 3, 49 | no punishment should be imposed upon them who are ~delivered 64 3, 49 | satisfactory punishment is ~imposed upon penitents. Consequently, 65 3, 49 | punishment ~of satisfaction is imposed upon men at their baptism, 66 3, 55 | that a public penance is imposed upon public sinners, is 67 3, 70 | circumcision was an obligation imposed ~by the Law, according to 68 3, 72 | too, when the apostles imposed their hands, and when ~they 69 3, 79 | enjoined; just as none is imposed upon the newly baptized.~ 70 Suppl, 6 | wherefore it ought to be imposed by the ~dispensers of the 71 Suppl, 7 | to ~perform the penance imposed on him." Therefore it seems 72 Suppl, 8 | satisfaction should be imposed on the penitent. Now, sometimes 73 Suppl, 8 | the temporal punishment is imposed according to the degree 74 Suppl, 8 | remains after Penance, is not imposed according to the degree 75 Suppl, 8 | degree of fault. ~For it is imposed according to the degree 76 Suppl, 8 | Therefore the ~punishment is not imposed according to the degree 77 Suppl, 8 | punishment of seven years is imposed for one mortal sin, ~it 78 Suppl, 8 | Therefore punishment is not imposed according to the degree 79 Suppl, 8 | Hence the ~punishment may be imposed in consideration of two 80 Suppl, 8 | a heavier punishment is ~imposed on a young man for fornication, 81 Suppl, 8 | the punishment has to be imposed with due regard to ~both 82 Suppl, 8 | punishment is not always imposed for ~a greater sin. on the 83 Suppl, 9 | for different sins can be imposed by ~different priests. Therefore 84 Suppl, 9 | Reply OBJ 2: The punishment imposed by different priests would 85 Suppl, 15| of the above, another is imposed on him, chiefly almsdeeds, ~ 86 Suppl, 18| Now on some ~sinners He imposed no punishment, but only 87 Suppl, 18| mock penance if it is not imposed according to the ~authority 88 Suppl, 20| public penance has to be imposed, because ~in that case the 89 Suppl, 25| absolve from an obligation imposed by ~his superior. But when 90 Suppl, 25| him from the obligation imposed on him by the priest ~as 91 Suppl, 25| omit the ~penitential works imposed on them, so that they may 92 Suppl, 27| would neglect the penances imposed in ~chapter. Therefore indulgences 93 Suppl, 28| public penance should be imposed on women?~Aquin.: SMT XP 94 Suppl, 28| secretly, so the penance is imposed secretly. It is the execution 95 Suppl, 28| solemn ~penance should be imposed again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 96 Suppl, 28| solemn penance ~should be imposed once only.~Aquin.: SMT XP 97 Suppl, 28| solemn penance should not be imposed on him again.~Aquin.: SMT 98 Suppl, 28| solemn penance should be imposed on women and clerics, and ~ 99 Suppl, 28| solemn penance should not be imposed on women. ~Because, when 100 Suppl, 28| Because, when this penance is imposed on a man, he has to cut 101 Suppl, 28| seems that it ought to be imposed on clerics. For it is ~enjoined 102 Suppl, 28| Therefore it ought to be imposed ~on a cleric more than on 103 Suppl, 28| also seems that it can be imposed by any priest. Because to ~ 104 Suppl, 28| 2/3~This penance can be imposed on men and women; but not 105 Suppl, 28| ought such a penance to be imposed except for a ~crime which 106 Suppl, 28| be repeated, and can be imposed by a mere priest, even on 107 Suppl, 28| a solemn penance is not imposed on him, ~lest his orders 108 Suppl, 65| for the time were being imposed on those who were brought ~ 109 Suppl, 88| first ~established, the mode imposed upon them was the same as


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