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dominicus 1
dominio 1
dominion 91
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donat 13
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91 endowed
91 ordinary
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dominion

   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | added, "And let him have dominion over the fishes of the sea" ( 2 1, 3 | His unchangeableness and dominion; and as standing, on account 3 1, 13 | the divine substance; as dominion ~presupposes power, which 4 1, 29 | rational substances which have dominion over ~their own actions; 5 1, 63 | furthermore that he sought to have dominion ~over others; wherein he 6 1, 64 | furthermore that he sought to have dominion ~over others; wherein he 7 1, 94 | righteousness as regards his dominion ~over other things.~Aquin.: 8 1, 95 | Gn. 1:26): "Let him have dominion over ~the fishes of the 9 1, 95 | of innocence man had no dominion over plants.~Aquin.: SMT 10 1, 95 | Therefore ~man had no dominion over them.~Aquin.: SMT FP 11 1, 95 | 1:26): "That he may have dominion ~over . . . every creature." ~ 12 1, 95 | one's own, therefore such dominion implies of necessity ~a 13 1, 102 | For to the Lord belongs dominion over subjects; and the name ~ 14 1, 102 | act of themselves, having ~dominion over their actions; and 15 1, 107 | and power, and virtue, and dominion": ~which are the various 16 1, 107 | Dionysius says (Div. Nom. xii): "Dominion is attributed ~to God in 17 1, 107 | participation of the true dominion ~which belongs to God." 18 1, 107 | Power, and ~Virtue, and Dominion." Here he places "Virtues" 19 2, 1 | an end; because they have dominion over ~their actions through 20 2, 10 | thee, and thou shalt have dominion over it." ~Therefore man' 21 2, 21 | his ~power, so that he has dominion over it: because it is through 22 2, 21 | through his will ~that man has dominion over his actions, as was 23 2, 57 | because they have not dominion over their actions. Wherefore 24 2, 73 | which are subject to the dominion of his will, for instance 25 2, 73 | are not subject to ~the dominion of his will, such as natural 26 2, 73 | neighbor are not subject to the dominion of our will, the argument 27 2, 77 | and thou shalt have dominion over it." Therefore sin ~ 28 2, 102 | has received from God the dominion over ~birds and beasts, 29 2, 102 | so also has he received dominion over fishes. ~Consequently 30 2, 105 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, the dominion of a master over his slave 31 2, 105 | son (Polit. i, 3). But the dominion of master ~over slave gives 32 2, 114 | rather in order to usurp ~dominion. So, too, although the midwives 33 2, 10 | unbelievers may have authority or dominion over the faithful?~Aquin.: 34 2, 10 | unbelievers may have authority or dominion ~over the faithful. For 35 2, 10 | the faithful even as to dominion.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[10] A[ 36 2, 10 | First, ~we may speak of dominion or authority of unbelievers 37 2, 10 | forbids unbelievers to acquire dominion over ~believers, or to have 38 2, 10 | Secondly, we may speak of dominion or authority, as already 39 2, 10 | here we must observe that dominion and authority are institutions 40 2, 10 | does not do away with dominion and authority of unbelievers 41 2, 10 | Nevertheless this right of dominion or authority can be justly 42 2, 10 | for unbelievers to have dominion or authority ~over the faithful, 43 2, 12 | Whether a prince forfeits his dominion over his subjects, on account 44 2, 12 | does not so forfeit his dominion over ~his subjects, on account 45 2, 12 | is ~not inconsistent with dominion, since dominion is a device 46 2, 12 | inconsistent with dominion, since dominion is a device of the law of ~ 47 2, 12 | the loss of ~his right of dominion, as also, sometimes, on 48 2, 41 | temporalities of which we ~have the dominion, sometimes, on account of 49 2, 55 | right?~(4) Whether right of dominion and paternal right are distinct 50 2, 55 | paternal right and right of dominion should be distinguished 51 2, 55 | paternal right" and "right of dominion" ~should not be distinguished 52 2, 55 | for ~a special right of dominion or paternal right, since 53 2, 55 | distinguishes right of ~dominion, paternal right and so on 54 2, 55 | paternal" right, or right of ~"dominion," but for the reason that 55 2, 56 | thee, and thou shalt ~have dominion over it." Therefore it belongs 56 2, 56 | belongs to justice to have dominion ~over one's own appetite: 57 2, 60 | person ~in the possession or dominion of his thing, so that in 58 2, 60 | respect of the right of dominion. But, even as the term " 59 2, 64 | which is God's. Now the ~dominion over all creatures is proper 60 2, 64 | ad ~Gratianum, i, 1]) "dominion denotes power." But man 61 2, 64 | this way, man has a natural dominion over ~external things, because, 62 2, 64 | Moreover, this natural ~dominion of man over other creatures, 63 2, 64 | likeness: and let him have dominion over the fishes of the sea," 64 2, 64 | OBJ 1: God has sovereign dominion over all things: and He, ~ 65 2, 64 | reason man has a natural dominion over things, as ~regards 66 2, 64 | This argument considers the dominion over external things ~as 67 2, 64 | regards their nature. Such a dominion belongs to God alone, as 68 2, 79 | things, and has supreme dominion over all. ~Consequently 69 2, 92 | of the singleness of His dominion and denies the faith by ~ 70 2, 160 | and wishes to usurp Hi. dominion over our ~fellow-creatures."~ 71 2, 183 | goods. For they have real ~dominion over their own goods; wherefore 72 3, 8 | and Power and Virtue ~and Dominion and every name that is named 73 3, 10 | and power ~and virtue and dominion and every name that is named 74 3, 20 | it is ~subservient to His dominion. But we cannot attribute 75 3, 20 | relation of subservience and dominion is based upon ~action and 76 3, 25 | recognition ~of His supreme dominion, according to Dt. 6:13: " 77 3, 25 | dulia" on ~account of the dominion by which He rules over creatures. 78 3, 26 | Ghost in nature and power of dominion: nor have ~the Father and 79 3, 53 | necessity of dying, death has dominion over him in a measure, according ~ 80 3, 55 | Scripture is silent, and His dominion is in every ~place (Cf. 81 Suppl, 52| 26) that he should "have dominion over the ~fishes of the 82 Suppl, 52| not that he should have dominion over man. ~Therefore it 83 Suppl, 52| of their ~father. Because dominion belongs to those of higher 84 Suppl, 79| soul will ~have complete dominion over the body, and it will 85 Suppl, 79| impossible for it to lose this dominion, because it will be immutably ~ 86 Suppl, 79| another. Now its cause is the dominion of the soul over ~the body, 87 Suppl, 79| over ~the body, and this dominion is caused by the soul's 88 Suppl, 80| nature ~through the latter's dominion over the body, and in that 89 Suppl, 80| subtle will result from the dominion of the ~glorified soul ( 90 Suppl, 80| body, by reason ~of which dominion the glorified body is said 91 Suppl, 86| belongs to the one who has dominion and power over ~others,


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