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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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precedence

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | did its lack of form take precedence in ~time, but only in nature, 2 1, 71 | But the more perfect has precedence in ~the order of nature. 3 1, 76 | man, the intellect has the precedence of all the other things 4 1, 63 | did its lack of form take precedence in ~time, but only in nature, 5 1, 71 | But the more perfect has precedence in ~the order of nature. 6 1, 75 | man, the intellect has the precedence of all the other things 7 1, 108 | Whether among them there is precedence?~(3) Whether one enlightens 8 1, 108 | they are subject to the precedence of the good angels?~Aquin.: 9 1, 108 | among the demons there is precedence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 10 1, 108 | would seem that there is no precedence among the demons. For ~every 11 1, 108 | among the demons. For ~every precedence is according to some order 12 1, 108 | justice. Therefore there is no precedence among ~them.~Aquin.: SMT 13 1, 108 | 2: Further, there is no precedence where obedience and subjection 14 1, 108 | Therefore there is no precedence among ~the demons.~Aquin.: 15 1, 108 | 1/1~OBJ 3: If there be precedence among them it is either 16 1, 108 | Therefore there is no ~precedence among the demons.~Aquin.: 17 1, 108 | this is what we mean by precedence - that the action of the ~ 18 1, 108 | there ~exists a natural precedence; which is not the case with 19 1, 108 | Whether the good angels have precedence over the bad angels?~Aquin.: 20 1, 108 | the good angels have no precedence over the ~bad angels. For 21 1, 108 | angels. For the angels' precedence is especially connected 22 1, 108 | 3: Further, the angels' precedence follows upon the order of 23 1, 108 | the good angels have no precedence over all the ~bad angels.~ 24 1, 108 | that, The whole order of precedence is first and originally 25 1, 108 | therefore ~the good angels have precedence over the bad, and these 26 2, 25 | irascible passions take precedence of such like passions of 27 2, 25 | clear that the latter take precedence: ~because the passions of 28 2, 25 | Therefore desire takes precedence ~of love.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 25 | good more ~directly, takes precedence: although at times daring 30 2, 50 | Reply OBJ 3: Habit takes precedence of power, according as it 31 2, 50 | may say that habit takes precedence of power, as the complete ~ 32 2, 50 | as the complete ~takes precedence of the incomplete, and as 33 2, 50 | incomplete, and as act takes precedence of ~potentiality. For act 34 2, 68 | the latter is given the precedence. Therefore the gifts are 35 2, 68 | intellectual ~virtues have the precedence of the moral virtues, and 36 2, 68 | then the gifts have the precedence of the virtues. Because 37 2, 82 | the soul is found to take ~precedence, for it clouds and draws 38 2, 83 | 5: The common good takes precedence of private good. Wherefore ~ 39 2, 100 | ordaining man to God demanded precedence of the ~others. ~Aquin.: 40 2, 11 | eternal ~salvation takes precedence of temporal good, and because 41 2, 12 | Nevertheless murder takes precedence, as to punishment, among 42 2, 25 | love of this kind takes precedence of the love of ~kindred 43 2, 26 | so by its essence takes precedence of that ~which is so through 44 2, 26 | mode essentially, takes precedence of the goodness of the thing ~ 45 2, 28 | that, A virtue may take precedence of others in two ways: ~ 46 2, 28 | In itself, ~mercy takes precedence of other virtues, for it 47 2, 32 | by itself, always takes precedence of that which is so by ~ 48 2, 42 | for its own sake takes precedence of that which is for the 49 2, 71 | a man's good name takes precedence ~of wealth because it is 50 2, 79 | pertaining to religion are given ~precedence (Ex. 20) as being of greatest 51 2, 79 | internal acts of religion take precedence of the others and ~belong 52 2, 99 | of ~divine religion takes precedence of the claims of kindred."~ 53 2, 100 | this reason piety takes ~precedence of observance, inasmuch 54 2, 102 | follow that ~obedience takes precedence of all virtues absolutely, 55 2, 115 | to one's own body, takes precedence of liberality: and so do ~ 56 2, 120 | these precepts, as taking ~precedence of others in point of generality 57 2, 127 | human things honors take precedence of all others, as stated ~ 58 2, 127 | virtue of fortitude ~takes precedence of the virtue of magnanimity. 59 2, 130 | honor would seem to take precedence of glory, for this ~is its 60 2, 135 | Hence perseverance takes precedence ~of constancy as a part 61 2, 139 | movement of the soul takes precedence of ~desire and concupiscence, 62 2, 140 | cowardice has a ~certain precedence over intemperance, since 63 2, 140 | need for cowardice to take precedence of intemperance. For ~just 64 2, 145 | prohibition of flesh meat takes precedence of the prohibition of eggs ~ 65 2, 150 | contemplative life take precedence of the goods of the active 66 2, 150 | Further, the common good takes precedence of the private good, ~according 67 2, 150 | because a Divine good takes precedence of ~a human good, and because 68 2, 150 | 3: The common good takes precedence of the private good, if 69 2, 169 | by its very nature, takes precedence of that which is predicated 70 2, 172 | Testament, whose ministers take ~precedence even of Moses, since they 71 2, 183 | His disciples for seeking precedence, by saying to them (Mt. 72 2, 183 | it is ~heathenish to seek precedence; and thus by comparing them 73 2, 183 | the good work and not the ~precedence in dignity. Hence Chrysostom* 74 2, 186 | the common profit takes precedence of ~private profit: and 75 2, 186 | of the ~active life take precedence of contemplation.~Aquin.: 76 3, 57 | that a spirit always ~takes precedence over a body. But the higher 77 Suppl, 53| the stronger tie takes ~precedence of the weaker. Now a vow 78 Suppl, 53| obligation of a vow takes precedence of the marriage tie.~Aquin.: 79 Suppl, 93| virgins do not all take precedence of married folk; but only 80 Suppl, 93| martyrdom gives virginity its precedence over other states: and ~ 81 Suppl, 93| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Precedence of one aureole over another 82 Suppl, 93| the martyr's aureole takes precedence of the ~others in one way, 83 Suppl, 93| the doctor's aureole takes precedence of all others, since this 84 Suppl, 93| passions. Nevertheless, the precedence that is considered in ~view


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