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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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subordinate

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | referred: as every desire of a subordinate ought to be regulated by 2 1, 67 | have, not the ~first, but a subordinate place. The production of 3 1, 72 | nutrition and growth are ~subordinate to the generative life, 4 1, 64 | referred: as every desire of a subordinate ought to be regulated by 5 1, 68 | have, not the ~first, but a subordinate place. The production of 6 1, 71 | nutrition and growth are ~subordinate to the generative life, 7 1, 79 | power, the appetitive is ~subordinate as a lower power, so also 8 1, 97 | nature, but as it were, subordinate to something ~else; otherwise, 9 1, 108 | thing, where natures ~are subordinate, actions also must be subordinate 10 1, 108 | subordinate, actions also must be subordinate to each other. Thus it ~ 11 2, 18 | different species that are not subordinate to one another. ~Therefore 12 2, 18 | species, one of which is not subordinate to the other. But in ~respect 13 2, 19 | Wherever a number of causes are subordinate to one ~another, the effect 14 2, 19 | several measures if one is subordinate to the other.~Aquin.: SMT 15 2, 20 | happen, in things that are subordinate to something else, that 16 2, 20 | good merely from being subordinate; thus a bitter draught is 17 2, 20 | sometimes that that which ~is subordinate to something else, has some 18 2, 20 | besides the fact of its being subordinate to some other good: thus 19 2, 21 | Now a ~particular end is subordinate to the general end. Since 20 2, 24 | blame, in so far as they are subordinate to ~reason. Hence he continues: " 21 2, 35 | nature, save as they are subordinate to the sensibles of ~touch. 22 2, 56 | intellect, in so far as it is subordinate to the ~will, can be the 23 2, 57 | Wherever several powers are subordinate to one another, ~that power 24 2, 57 | to which all the rest are subordinate. Consequently, that virtue 25 2, 57 | latter act by means of a subordinate virtue, viz. "{euboulia}."~ 26 2, 57 | prudence; because ~they are subordinate thereto, as secondary virtues 27 2, 58 | active principles in man are subordinate to reason in this way. If 28 2, 59 | in so far as they ~are subordinate to reason. Hence Aristotle 29 2, 59 | virtue to deprive the powers subordinate to reason of their ~proper 30 2, 66 | about the ~passions, but is subordinate to justice. Hence the Philosopher 31 2, 68 | man, through being well subordinate to ~his own reason, is disposed 32 2, 68 | is disposed to be rightly subordinate to God.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 70 | fruit, even as one end is subordinate to ~another. And so our 34 2, 73 | although one of ~them is subordinate to the other. Therefore 35 2, 74 | in those things which are subordinate ~to one another in such 36 2, 79 | cause, according ~as it is subordinate to the first cause, is reduced 37 2, 80 | inordinate, unless it were ~subordinate to reason, a matter that 38 2, 92 | governed. Now the virtue of any subordinate thing consists in its ~being 39 2, 93 | a superior judging of a subordinate by a kind of practical ~ 40 2, 93 | they have no ~apprehension subordinate to reason; so too irrational 41 2, 98 | appeared to him, by means of a subordinate creature, i.e. an angel ~ 42 2, 100 | precepts were enacted, ~subordinate to the above, and determining 43 2, 104 | neighbor, which are not subordinate to judgment. Therefore the ~ 44 2, 109 | the motion of any of the subordinate movers; as the ~spirit of 45 2, 2 | Wherever one nature is subordinate to another, we find ~that 46 2, 2 | nature alone is immediately ~subordinate to God, since other creatures 47 2, 8 | under faith, through being subordinate, in one way or ~another, 48 2, 8 | certain other things that are subordinate to faith can be ~understood 49 2, 8 | understanding of matters subordinate to faith.~Aquin.: SMT SS 50 2, 8 | but ~also about all things subordinate to faith. Now good actions 51 2, 15 | faith contains many things subordinate to the faith ~whereby we 52 2, 37 | individuals among ~themselves is subordinate to the unity of the Church, 53 2, 37 | member of a natural body is subordinate to the unity ~of the whole 54 2, 45 | essence by ~things which are subordinate to one another. But the 55 2, 45 | prudence simply so called, is subordinate to the common ~good, which 56 2, 45 | different ends, one of which is subordinate to the ~other, diversify 57 2, 45 | although their ends are subordinate to one another. In like 58 2, 45 | good of the individual is subordinate to the good of the many, ~ 59 2, 47 | which all the others are subordinate. ~Hence in every whole one 60 2, 49 | prudence, ~but that it is subordinate thereto, as a secondary 61 2, 79 | acts are secondary, ~and subordinate to the internal acts.~Aquin.: 62 2, 81 | of our petition, but as subordinate to something ~else, we ask 63 2, 117 | receiving and retaining are ~subordinate, so, too, covetousness and 64 2, 139 | whatever is useful for life is subordinate.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 65 2, 161 | Where things are directly subordinate, the first must needs ~be 66 2, 164 | part of temperance, ~as a subordinate virtue annexed to a principal 67 3, 19 | said (A[1]) that when a subordinate agent acts ~by its own form, 68 3, 46 | power all things are equally subordinate."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 69 3, 85 | requires a special virtue subordinate to charity.~Aquin.: SMT 70 3, 86 | such acts are, in some way, subordinate to the keys of the Church. ~ 71 3, 86 | the virtue of penance is subordinate to Christ's ~Passion both 72 Suppl, 8 | and ~since a co-adjutor is subordinate to the person he is appointed 73 Suppl, 17| called a key ~through being subordinate to another key: so that 74 Suppl, 20| the absolution of sins is ~subordinate [*Cf. Q[17], A[2], ad 1]. 75 Suppl, 23| child, slave, vassal or ~subordinate. This, however, is to be 76 Suppl, 23| 1: Corporal matters are subordinate to spiritual matters. ~Wherefore 77 Suppl, 25| that, Temporal things are subordinate to spiritual matters, ~since 78 Suppl, 25| but in so far as they are subordinate to spiritual ~things: such 79 Suppl, 35| Confirmation. For in things subordinate to one another, ~as the 80 Suppl, 65| since the signification is subordinate to the knowledge of ~faith. 81 Suppl, 72| entire operation of nature is subordinate to the Divine ~operation, 82 Suppl, 72| working of a lower art is subordinate to the ~working of a higher


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