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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 63 | evil ~suggestion, shall be subjected to him in his punishment; 2 1, 77 | body. But other powers are subjected in the composite; as all 3 1, 64 | evil ~suggestion, shall be subjected to him in his punishment; 4 1, 76 | body. But other powers are subjected in the composite; as all 5 1, 81 | good, its capacity is not ~subjected to any individual good. 6 1, 93 | him the lower powers were subjected to the higher, ~and the 7 1, 94 | the inferior powers were subjected ~to the soul through grace 8 1, 104 | multiplicity of orders, subjected ~one to the other, as cause 9 1, 104 | to the other, as cause is subjected to cause. Wherefore a higher ~ 10 1, 104 | Wherefore a higher ~cause is not subjected to a cause of a lower order; 11 1, 108 | angels to whose charge are subjected the hostile powers."~Aquin.: 12 1, 112 | respect of which some are ~subjected to pains and are allowed 13 2, 2 | to Ps. ~8:8: "Thou hast subjected all things under his feet."~ 14 2, 49 | Wherefore every habit is subjected in a power, implies principally ~ 15 2, 56 | two ways that one thing is subjected in ~two. First, so that 16 2, 56 | another way one thing can be subjected in two or more, not on an 17 2, 56 | OBJ 3: Prudence is really subjected in reason: but it presupposes ~ 18 2, 56 | But intellectual virtue is subjected in the intellect and ~reason, 19 2, 56 | will: while moral virtue is subjected in the ~irascible and concupiscible 20 2, 56 | Therefore no virtue is subjected in the will.~Aquin.: SMT 21 2, 56 | or to his neighbor are ~subjected in the will, as charity, 22 2, 66 | appetitive movement is subjected to reason, so much the more 23 2, 74 | non-morose delectation be subjected in ~the higher reason?~( 24 2, 74 | consent in the act of sin is subjected in the ~higher reason?~( 25 2, 74 | into external matter are subjected in their principles.~Aquin.: 26 2, 81 | justice, whereby the body was subjected to the soul, so long ~as 27 2, 85 | being, while that which is subjected to an ~accident, is already 28 2, 87 | place a man's nature is subjected to the order of his own ~ 29 2, 87 | reason; secondly, it is subjected to the order of another 30 2, 87 | household; thirdly, it is subjected to the universal ~order 31 2, 89 | lower powers were always ~subjected to the higher, so long as 32 2, 92 | consists in his being well subjected to his ruler," as the ~Philosopher 33 2, 100 | first is that ~man should be subjected to Him faithfully, by having 34 2, 102 | animals, because God has ~subjected all things to man's power, 35 2, 102 | to Ps. 8:8: "Thou hast ~subjected all things under his feet": 36 2, 105 | territory was destined to be subjected.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 37 2, 108 | grace, whereby the flesh is subjected to the Spirit, certain external ~ 38 2, 15 | God, whereby man's mind is subjected to Him, it is ~possible 39 2, 53 | adopting of such ways may be ~subjected to a twofold consideration; 40 2, 53 | to Ps. 8:8, "Thou ~hast subjected all things under his feet," 41 2, 53 | OBJ 1: Temporal goods are subjected to man that he may use them ~ 42 2, 64 | written (Ps. 8:8): "Thou hast subjected all ~things under his feet."~ 43 2, 79 | honor ~God, our mind is subjected to Him; wherein its perfection 44 2, 79 | thing is perfected by being subjected to its superior, for instance 45 2, 102 | excepted." His ~body is subjected and assigned to his master 46 2, 116 | appetite is inordinately subjected; and then the lesser the 47 2, 116 | whereby the human ~appetite is subjected even to external things, 48 2, 116 | to which the ~appetite is subjected. Hence we must assert that 49 2, 116 | to which the appetite is subjected. Hence (Ecclus. 10:10) it 50 2, 152 | ii, 39) that "mankind is subjected to the devil by carnal lust 51 2, 153 | that which it has while ~subjected to the opposite vice. Now 52 2, 162 | she was punished by being subjected ~to her husband's authority, 53 2, 169 | which the human mind is subjected without knowing it," as ~ 54 2, 184 | discipleship." Now one man is subjected to another's command and ~ 55 2, 184 | the "monastic ~order is subjected to the perfecting virtues 56 3, 8 | is to come. And He hath subjected all things under His ~feet." 57 3, 12 | all ~sensible things were subjected to Christ's bodily senses. 58 3, 12 | sensible things were not subjected to Christ's ~bodily senses, 59 3, 12 | other sensible things were subjected to His senses; ~and from 60 3, 12 | here below, which were not subjected to His ~senses; and for 61 3, 15 | yet of His own will ~He subjected Himself to these corporeal 62 3, 20 | to the ~Father, Who has subjected all things to Him.~Aquin.: 63 3, 31 | flesh of the patriarchs was subjected to sin, nor was ~there anything 64 3, 37 | Luc.) "that the good God subjected His ~Son to the enemy's 65 3, 46 | the faculty in which it is subjected.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 66 3, 49 | which from charity was subjected to the Passion, should receive ~ 67 3, 51 | though It may sometimes be subjected to ~injuries."~Aquin.: SMT 68 3, 59 | 2:5): "For God hath ~not subjected unto angels the world to 69 3, 61 | state of man who in sinning ~subjected himself by his affections 70 3, 63 | Whether the character be subjected in the powers of the soul?~ 71 3, 63 | that the character is not subjected in the powers of the ~soul. 72 3, 63 | to grace. But grace is ~subjected in the essence of the soul 73 3, 63 | that the character is not subjected in a power of the soul, 74 3, 63 | that a character is not ~subjected in a power of the soul, 75 3, 63 | Therefore a ~character is subjected not in the essence of the 76 3, 68 | their faith and morals are subjected to proof for a space of 77 3, 71 | before being baptized are subjected to lesser darkness. But 78 3, 77 | after consecration, are not ~subjected in the substance of the 79 3, 77 | these accidents are not subjected in the substance of ~Christ' 80 3, 77 | sacrament they cannot be subjected in the dimensive quantity 81 3, 77 | remain in this sacrament are subjected in the dimensive quantity 82 3, 85 | 3). Therefore penance is subjected in the ~memory.~Aquin.: 83 3, 85 | the FS, Q[56], A[6], is subjected in the rational ~appetite 84 3, 85 | far as it is a virtue, is subjected in the will, and its proper 85 3, 85 | unreasonable ~for penance to be subjected in the will, and to produce 86 Suppl, 57| older persons should be subjected to younger in the care of 87 Suppl, 57| contracted through ~one's being subjected to another's spiritual care: 88 Suppl, 70| Now in sinning the soul ~subjected itself to the body by sinful 89 Suppl, 70| the soul which by sinning subjected itself to corporeal things ~ 90 Suppl, 70| corporeal things ~should be subjected to them also in punishment. 91 Suppl, 85| that to which he will be subjected after death, ~when he will 92 Suppl, 86| the contrary, Sinners have subjected themselves to the devil 93 Suppl, 86| just that they should be subjected to him in ~their punishments, 94 Suppl, 86| it is just for man to be subjected to the devil for ~having 95 Suppl, 86| of evil merit, are not ~subjected to a discussion of their 96 Suppl, 86| evil merits. Hence they are subjected to a ~discussion of their 97 Suppl, 86| consequently they will ~be subjected to the discussion of merits. 98 Suppl, 86| justice, that their merits be subjected to discussion, in order ~ 99 Suppl, 87| whereby all things are subjected under His feet (1 Cor. 15: 100 Suppl, 90| matter is more effective when subjected in matter than when separated ~ 101 Suppl, 93| fortitude, because man is not ~subjected to the flesh by the passions 102 Suppl, 93| the soul is not ~so much subjected to the flesh thereby.~Aquin.: 103 Appen1, 2| over someone, ~should be subjected to him after victory. Now 104 Appen1, 2| Therefore they will not be subjected to them through being punished


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