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superior 418
superiority 21
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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superiors

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1 1, 105 | But in the Church even superiors are enlightened and ~taught 2 1, 105 | heavenly hierarchy, the superiors can be ~enlightened by inferiors.~ 3 1, 105 | otherwise than through ~their superiors. Therefore in that way the 4 1, 105 | enlightened by God ~can enlighten superiors.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 5 1, 105 | latter can ~enlighten his superiors.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 6 1, 105 | and on that account the superiors are never ~enlightened by 7 1, 105 | another; and on that account superiors ~may be taught by inferiors.~ 8 1, 107 | Divine actions ~performed by superiors towards inferiors by leading 9 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, superiors are responsible as regards 10 1, 112 | they are executors of the superiors' ~power; and in this way 11 2, 100 | dispense with them. Now our superiors are God's ~viceregents on 12 2, 100 | person of Christ." Therefore superiors can dispense with the ~precepts 13 2, 108 | individual; others, relating ~to superiors, temporal or spiritual, 14 2, 108 | subjects ~receive from their superiors: and especially so, since 15 2, 10 | easily influenced by their superiors to comply with their ~commands, 16 2, 29 | OBJ 4: Parents are like superiors, and so a parent's love 17 2, 31 | precept binds all, or only superiors?~(4) Whether this precept 18 2, 31 | Peter gave an example to superiors, that if ~at any time they 19 2, 38 | the authority of their ~superiors, take part in wars, not 20 2, 41 | though they adhere to their superiors, they do so only in so far 21 2, 48 | themselves in ~obeying their superiors; and to this belongs that 22 2, 65 | authority are ~accounted the superiors of those over whom they 23 2, 65 | although these be not his superiors, an example of ~which is 24 2, 66 | and of low degree, both superiors and inferiors. Since therefore ~ 25 2, 66 | should not accuse their superiors, nor persons of lower degree, ~ 26 2, 66 | debarred from accusing their superiors, "if it ~is not the affection 27 2, 66 | disparage the conduct of their superiors" [*Append. Grat. ~ad can. 28 2, 66 | subjects to accuse their superiors ~out of charity.~Aquin.: 29 2, 78 | obedience" in ~respect of one's superiors, "discipline" with regard 30 2, 78 | regard our relations ~toward superiors, namely, "piety" to parents, 31 2, 81 | they be its equals or its ~superiors. Now both of these, namely, 32 2, 86 | the saints and to one's ~superiors, to whom religious vow obedience 33 2, 86 | the ~saints or to one's superiors: so that the promise made 34 2, 86 | the saints or ~to one's superiors is the matter of the vow, 35 2, 86 | promised to the saints or one's superiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 36 2, 86 | under the power of their superiors can do certain things such 37 2, 86 | law or commands of his superiors. And yet when he is dispensed 38 2, 88 | subjects cannot adjure their superiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[90] A[ 39 2, 88 | others, by beseeching ~his superiors, or by commanding his inferiors, 40 2, 88 | power which he has not. But superiors may bind their inferiors ~ 41 2, 92 | souls of the blessed are our superiors. Therefore it will ~be no 42 2, 92 | though we ought to revere all superiors, yet the ~same reverence 43 2, 98 | 1]). Now ~ecclesiastical superiors are not owners, but dispensers 44 2, 99 | saving his obedience to ~his superiors, and his religious state 45 2, 100 | at the ~command of their superiors, and tributes, which are 46 2, 102 | are bound to obey their superiors in all things?~(6) Whether 47 2, 102 | are bound to obey their superiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 48 2, 102 | the point of obeying his superiors. For Gregory ~says (Moral. 49 2, 102 | obligations towards their superiors, ~this one, that they are 50 2, 102 | are bound to obey their superiors in all things?~Aquin.: SMT 51 2, 102 | are bound to obey their superiors in all ~things. For the 52 2, 102 | are bound to obey their superiors in all things.~Aquin.: SMT 53 2, 102 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, superiors stand between God and their 54 2, 102 | is he bound to obey his superiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 55 2, 102 | against ~God. Therefore superiors are not to be obeyed in 56 2, 102 | are not subject to their superiors in all ~things, but only 57 2, 102 | they are subject to their superiors: wherefore they ~are bound 58 2, 102 | that subjects obey ~their superiors, else the stability of human 59 2, 103 | superior's command. But superiors often issue so many commands ~ 60 2, 103 | precept of obedience to ~superiors. Wherefore also disobedience 61 2, 103 | excused from sin. Wherefore ~superiors should refrain from making 62 2, 130 | out the ~command of his superiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[132] A[ 63 2, 145 | belongs to ecclesiastical superiors to prescribe ~by statute 64 2, 145 | recognized by custom, since when superiors are silent they would seem 65 2, 183 | are not bound to obey the superiors of their order, ~since they 66 2, 183 | the ~same way as religious superiors dispense themselves in such 67 2, 183 | are not ~bound to obey the superiors of their order, because, 68 2, 183 | as those same religious superiors. ~Nevertheless the obligation 69 2, 183 | mentioned above, and their superiors if they have any.~Aquin.: 70 2, 184 | are bound to obey their superiors, according to the saying 71 2, 184 | they obey. Again religious superiors apparently are not ~bound 72 2, 184 | are bound to obey their superiors in all ~things, just as 73 2, 184 | Reply OBJ 1: To obey one's superiors in matters that are essential 74 2, 184 | under obedience to their superiors: whereas those who ~live 75 2, 184 | neither hermits nor ~religious superiors are exempt from obedience 76 2, 184 | without being ~subject to superiors, they are free to do as 77 2, 185 | being deputed ~thereto by superiors having ordinary cure; especially 78 2, 186 | by the authority of his superiors, he does not rise ~above 79 2, 186 | of the higher and lower ~superiors, to whom these things belong 80 2, 186 | Consequently to assist one's superiors in such a ministry is proper 81 2, 186 | discretion of the religious superiors, or according to their own ~ 82 2, 186 | not ~concern him but his superiors, and "if this burden is 83 3, 45 | should be handed down through superiors to others in their ~proper 84 3, 80 | receive Communion, his superiors, discovering that there 85 Suppl, 19| another by his ecclesiastical superiors. Consequently, since the 86 Suppl, 20| inferiors derive from their superiors, it ~follows that the superior 87 Suppl, 20| considers those cases in which superiors ~reserve the power of jurisdiction 88 Suppl, 21| unjustly by ecclesiastical superiors.~ 89 Suppl, 22| left to the ~decision of superiors. Now the punishment of excommunication 90 Suppl, 34| inferiors have order as well as superiors. ~Yet there is no power 91 Suppl, 36| should have recourse to their superiors), but to know what the people ~ 92 Suppl, 92| inferiors offer ~to their superiors. Or again (they may accompany


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