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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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governed

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | whereby our actions are governed ~according to the law, it 2 1, 23 | passive way in the thing governed, and in an ~active way in 3 1, 63 | whole corporeal creation is governed by God through the ~angels, 4 1, 65 | For, as all things are governed by the ~Divine wisdom, so 5 1, 66 | that "the lower bodies ~are governed by the higher in a certain 6 1, 64 | whole corporeal creation is governed by God through the ~angels, 7 1, 66 | For, as all things are governed by the ~Divine wisdom, so 8 1, 67 | that "the lower bodies ~are governed by the higher in a certain 9 1, 91 | family if ~some were not governed by others wiser than themselves. 10 1, 91 | that corporeal things ~are governed by God through the angels. 11 1, 102 | 1) Whether the world is governed by someone?~(2) What is 12 1, 102 | 3) Whether the world is governed by one?~(4) Of the effects 13 1, 102 | all things are immediately governed by God?~(7) Whether the 14 1, 102 | 1/1~Whether the world is governed by anyone?~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 102 | seem that the world is not governed by anyone. For it ~belongs 16 1, 102 | belongs to those things to be governed, which move or work for 17 1, 102 | Therefore the world is not governed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 18 1, 102 | Further, those things are governed which are moved towards 19 1, 102 | itself. Therefore it is not governed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 20 1, 102 | world does not require to be governed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 21 1, 102 | is a sign of their ~being governed; for instance, if we enter 22 1, 102 | clearly that the world is ~governed by some reason.~Aquin.: 23 1, 102 | is that whereto the thing governed is brought. But that whereto 24 1, 102 | 1/1~Whether the world is governed by one?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 25 1, 102 | seem that the world is not governed by one. For we ~judge the 26 1, 102 | Therefore ~the world is not governed by one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 27 1, 102 | Further, things which are governed by one do not act against 28 1, 102 | Therefore ~the world is not governed by one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 29 1, 102 | Therefore the ~world is not governed by one, but by many.~Aquin.: 30 1, 102 | Therefore ~the world is governed by one.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 1, 102 | necessity say that the world is governed by ~one. For since the end 32 1, 102 | directing of the things governed to the end; which consists 33 1, 102 | Therefore a multitude is ~better governed by one than by several. 34 1, 102 | Things refuse to be ill governed; and multiplicity of authorities 35 1, 102 | is ~caused in the things governed. This is one, namely, the 36 1, 102 | but one. But the world ~is governed by one as we have proved ( 37 1, 102 | reason of the many things ~governed. But these are too numerous 38 1, 102 | govern itself needs not to be governed by ~another. But the rational 39 1, 102 | proper to things which are governed. Therefore all things are ~ 40 1, 102 | corruptible things ~were governed by a higher being, they 41 1, 102 | governor in the things governed. Now every movement is the 42 1, 102 | various things are variously governed according to their ~variety. 43 1, 102 | their actions; and these are governed by God, not only in ~this, 44 1, 102 | acted upon, are not thus ~governed by God. Hence, when the 45 1, 102 | which rational creatures are governed.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 46 1, 102 | both of which require to be governed and perfected by the Divine ~ 47 1, 102 | act, it requires to be ~governed by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 48 1, 102 | all things are immediately governed by God?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 49 1, 102 | seem that all things are governed by God immediately. ~For 50 1, 102 | things are immediately ~governed by God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 51 1, 102 | But since things which are governed should be brought to perfection 52 1, 102 | in the degree the ~things governed are brought to perfection. 53 1, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: If God governed alone, things would be deprived 54 1, 104 | action of the intellect is governed by its own ~subject; since 55 1, 107 | multitude is for it to ~be governed by one authority, as the 56 1, 107 | And those that cannot be governed in the same ~way by a prince 57 1, 107 | different cities, which are governed by different laws and ~administrators. 58 1, 109 | the corporeal creature is governed by the angels?~(2) Whether 59 1, 109 | the corporeal creature is governed by the angels?~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 109 | corporeal creature is not governed by ~angels. For whatever 61 1, 109 | action, needs not to ~be governed by any superior power; for 62 1, 109 | power; for we require to be governed lest we ~do what we ought 63 1, 109 | Therefore they ~need not be governed by the angels.~Aquin.: SMT 64 1, 109 | corporeal creature is not governed by angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 65 1, 109 | every particular power is governed and ruled by the ~universal 66 1, 109 | the bailiff's power is governed by the ~power of the king. 67 1, 111 | the corporeal creature is governed by ~the angels. Hence, whenever 68 2, 14 | happens in the arts which are governed ~by certain fixed rules 69 2, 17 | whereby the free are governed, who are not wholly subject 70 2, 31 | sensitive faculty ~which is governed by reason: wherefore they 71 2, 82 | concupiscible power is naturally ~governed by reason, the act of concupiscence 72 2, 91 | community of the universe is governed by Divine ~Reason. Wherefore 73 2, 91 | law in us. Because man is ~governed sufficiently by the eternal 74 2, 91 | is no need for man to be governed also by a ~Divine law.~Aquin.: 75 2, 92 | by whom his subjects ~are governed. Now the virtue of any subordinate 76 2, 95 | i.e. when the state is governed by one; and then we ~have " 77 2, 98 | that ~the lowest beings be governed through the intermediate 78 2, 105 | Moses ~and his successors governed the people in such a way 79 2, 105 | Reply OBJ 1: This people was governed under the special care of 80 2, 1 | cannot err, since she is governed ~by the Holy Ghost, Who 81 2, 45 | rather to be ruled ~and governed. Therefore prudence is not 82 2, 46 | prudence whereby a multitude is governed, is divided into various 83 2, 48 | prudence whereby a multitude is governed. Under this head there are 84 2, 100 | part of the state which is ~governed by the prince. Now a universal 85 2, 183 | every genus the lesser are governed by the greater, ~as corporeal 86 2, 183 | as corporeal things are governed by things spiritual, and 87 3, 35 | born while the world was ~governed by one ruler, because "He 88 3, 35 | the Jewish ~"people was governed by Jewish kings, however 89 3, 72 | use of the Church, who is governed by the Holy ~Ghost.~Aquin.: 90 3, 83 | in the ~Church, which is governed by the Holy Ghost. But it 91 Suppl, 40| each particular Church is governed, and this is the power of 92 Suppl, 69| nevertheless the corporeal world is governed by ~God by means of the 93 Suppl, 85| as this state of life ~is governed by Divine providence.~Aquin.:


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