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ruled 101
ruler 62
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 3 | Further, the first cause rules all things without commingling 2 1, 13 | concerns images, the same ~rules apply to names we impose 3 1, 18 | i.e. the art of navigation, rules the ~art of ship-designing; 4 1, 18 | ship-designing; and this in its turn rules the art that is only ~concerned 5 1, 68 | questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, as Augustine 6 1, 70 | the morning, and thus it rules the night, and it was probably ~ 7 1, 69 | questions of this kind two rules are to ~observed, as Augustine 8 1, 71 | the morning, and thus it rules the night, and it was probably ~ 9 1, 78 | consultation it takes its rules of action from ~them. But 10 1, 78 | judgment there are certain "rules and seeds of virtue, both 11 1, 78 | therefore, ~the unchangeable rules which guide our judgment 12 1, 80 | despotic whereby a man ~rules his slaves, who have not 13 1, 80 | and royal by which a man rules over free ~subjects, who, 14 1, 81 | of cities, each of whom ~rules over his own particular 15 1, 101 | says (De ~Trin. ii), "God rules corporeal creatures through 16 2, 14 | governed ~by certain fixed rules of action; thus a writer 17 2, 46 | in so far as the reason rules the irascible and concupiscible ~ 18 2, 56 | me." But just as the soul rules the body, so also does the 19 2, 56 | Polit. i, 3) that the "soul rules the body with a ~despotic 20 2, 56 | despotic command" as the master rules his slave: wherefore the 21 2, 56 | i, 3) that the "reason rules the irascible ~and concupiscible 22 2, 57 | respect of the different ~rules on which judgment is based: 23 2, 58 | Polit. i, 3) ~that "the soul rules the body like a despot," 24 2, 58 | despot," i.e. as a master rules his ~slave, who has no right 25 2, 58 | politic power," whereby a man rules over subjects ~that are 26 2, 60 | Moreover since the reason rules man's lower powers in a ~ 27 2, 69 | Further, there are but two rules of the human will: the reason ~ 28 2, 71 | incommensurate. Now there are two rules of the human ~will: one 29 2, 90 | that which measures and rules: and ~since this is proper 30 2, 90 | not only ~as in one that rules, but also by participation 31 2, 90 | he receives from one who rules him. Hence the same ~text 32 2, 91 | one way, as in him that ~rules and measures; in another 33 2, 91 | it by nature, are general rules and measures of ~all things 34 2, 91 | essence, resides in him that rules and measures; but, by way 35 2, 94 | OBJ 3: As, in man, reason rules and commands the other powers, 36 2, 96 | For if there were as many rules or measures as there are ~ 37 2, 97 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Rules of art derive their force 38 2, 99 | yet it contains various rules, according to the variety 39 2, 101 | precepts are patterns, i.e. ~rules, of salvation: because the 40 2, 101 | precepts of the Law are rules of salvation, and not ~only 41 2, 101 | precepts ~above all seem to be rules of salvation, which direct 42 2, 104 | distinct division in ~the rules of art, so, in every law, 43 2, 105 | government, whereby God rules the world from the beginning. ~ 44 2, 105 | govern, and because the rules are chosen by all. For this 45 2, 105 | tyranny, since ~a tyrant rules is subjects as though they 46 2, 105 | commanded to teach them the rules of right ~conduct: wherefore 47 2, 8 | matters, not only as ~they are rules of human actions, because 48 2, 9 | for "the straight line rules both itself and the ~crooked 49 2, 10 | subject his intellect to the rules of ~faith, and to the sound 50 2, 43 | things according to Divine rules.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 51 2, 43 | acts according to Divine rules.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 52 2, 43 | themselves, yet they are the rules of the contingent things 53 2, 43 | according to the Divine rules. Nor from the direction 54 2, 43 | things according to Divine rules, by reason of a certain 55 2, 43 | affairs according to Divine rules, is no ~more than suffices 56 2, 43 | affairs according to Divine rules (by being able ~to direct 57 2, 43 | others according to those rules). ~This degree of wisdom 58 2, 45 | follows certain and fixed rules, consequently ~in respect 59 2, 45 | able to apply universal rules to particular cases: hence 60 2, 46 | prudence whereby ~a man rules himself, and the prudence 61 2, 48 | prudence with which a man rules ~himself (Q[47], seqq.), 62 2, 48 | so far as it has ~certain rules for the right use of certain 63 2, 49 | not ~covered by the common rules of actions, for instance 64 2, 49 | are covered by the common rules: but ~certain things have 65 2, 49 | judged beside these common rules, as stated ~above.~Aquin.: 66 2, 51 | except by infringing the ~rules on which the right reason 67 2, 55 | affairs, since all the rules of human right fail in certain 68 2, 58 | according to the Divine ~rules; and it is in conformity 69 2, 118 | not possible to lay down rules of law that would apply 70 2, 173 | violence of some kind. But God rules us ~not by violence or force, 71 2, 185 | is it forbidden in other rules. Secondly, he refutes the 72 2, 186 | altogether opposed to the rules of the Church, to ~return 73 3, 15 | Himself. Hence, in the seven rules of Tichonius which Augustine 74 3, 20 | Father, He presides and rules together with the ~Father; 75 3, 25 | the dominion by which He rules over creatures. Wherefore 76 3, 30 | her from certain general ~rules. For "neither did she 'multiply 77 Suppl, 25| the judgment of ~him who rules them all. Hence, just as 78 Suppl, 64| is ruled and the husband rules. But with ~reference to 79 Suppl, 79| able to bear in mind the rules of his art concerning the


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