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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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commanding

   Part, Question
1 1, 19 | conceived, and ~will as commanding it, since the form as it 2 1, 25 | executing, the will as ~commanding, and the intellect and wisdom 3 1, 43 | counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding is the greater, and the 4 1, 63 | according to the ~will of his commanding officer. Thus only in the 5 1, 43 | counsel; forasmuch ~as the one commanding is the greater, and the 6 1, 64 | according to the ~will of his commanding officer. Thus only in the 7 1, 77 | the appetite and sense as ~commanding the movement, but also in 8 1, 95 | soul has mastership by commanding. So in the state of innocence 9 1, 95 | mastership over the animals by commanding them. But of the natural 10 1, 95 | itself man is master not by commanding, but by using them. ~Thus 11 1, 95 | things consisted not in commanding or in changing them, but 12 1, 111 | exercising but as disposing and commanding what is to be done by ~others; 13 2, 17 | perfecting, by disposing, by commanding, and ~by counselling." But 14 2, 17 | that the reason moves by commanding, is due to the power of 15 2, 17 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by commanding, man has an impulse towards 16 2, 17 | so far ~as it moves the commanding reason. But this is only 17 2, 17 | not, properly speaking, a commanding ~faculty, unless command 18 2, 17 | precedes the act ~of reason commanding, as stated above (A[1]); 19 2, 17 | something, so it can direct by ~commanding man to will. From this it 20 2, 19 | indifference, either by ~commanding or by forbidding them, binds: 21 2, 19 | reason or conscience errs in commanding what is evil in itself, 22 2, 20 | intellective virtue in the ~commanding power is distinct from the 23 2, 20 | act, which belongs to the commanding power, is distinct from 24 2, 61 | common weal directly: but ~by commanding the other virtues it draws 25 2, 92 | law a dictate of reason, commanding something. Now it ~is proper 26 2, 107 | vengeance ~more completely by commanding them to abstain from it 27 2, 3 | means of the other virtues, commanding, but not ~eliciting them; 28 2, 4 | virtue not only in the commanding will but also in the assenting ~ 29 2, 22 | of a man's whole life, by commanding them, not by eliciting ~ 30 2, 22 | other virtues, because, by commanding them, it conceives the acts 31 2, 25 | charity both eliciting and ~commanding, we love in more ways those 32 2, 30 | commanded by another virtue as commanding it and directing it to this ~ 33 2, 31 | both would sin, the one commanding, and the one ~obeying him, 34 2, 45 | consists in ~judging and not in commanding: wherefore he who sins voluntarily 35 2, 45 | also from the practice of commanding aright.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 36 2, 46 | counselling, judging and commanding are acts of ~the practical 37 2, 46 | others ~belong thereto, as commanding and applying knowledge to 38 2, 46 | chief act, viz. that of commanding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[48] A[ 39 2, 49 | to take good counsel by commanding ~it, to {euboulia} (deliberating 40 2, 51 | because his reason fails in commanding what has been counselled 41 2, 52 | inconstant man fails in commanding, ~being hindered as it were, 42 2, 52 | the part of the reason in commanding what it should command, 43 2, 58 | master-virtue [*Cf. Q[58], ~A[6]], commanding and prescribing what is 44 2, 60 | whether by counselling, ~or by commanding, or in any other way whatever.~ 45 2, 74 | Now evil may be spoken, by commanding or desiring it, under the 46 2, 74 | conduce to that evil by commanding ~it, is, of its very nature, 47 2, 74 | the ~curser causes evil by commanding it, whereas the backbiter 48 2, 79 | is an act of religion as commanding, and an act of mercy as ~ 49 2, 79 | is an act of ~religion as commanding, but of temperance or of 50 2, 79 | not as eliciting but as commanding: those belong to religion ~ 51 2, 81 | which indeed is done by ~commanding; secondly, by leading up 52 2, 86 | direct. For just ~as a man by commanding or praying, directs, in 53 2, 86 | their end belongs to the commanding ~virtue, not to those which 54 2, 88 | beseeching ~his superiors, or by commanding his inferiors, as stated 55 2, 95 | have asked ~through God commanding him to do so, and because 56 2, 101 | one aspect, a ~soldier his commanding officer under another, the 57 2, 102 | upon the will of the person commanding him, as being his rule of ~ 58 2, 103 | the part ~of the superior commanding, since, although a man should 59 2, 103 | commanded. For the person commanding ~does not equally desire 60 2, 103 | intention of the person ~commanding. As to the commandments 61 2, 103 | intention of the person ~commanding.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[105] A[ 62 2, 103 | reverence for the person commanding should give rise to reverence 63 2, 120 | precept in ~the point of commanding man to aside a certain time 64 2, 122 | cause, being the virtue commanding it, whereas fortitude ~inclines 65 2, 122 | is an act of charity as commanding, and of ~fortitude as eliciting. 66 2, 139 | desirable for ~its own sake, and commanding him to avail himself of 67 2, 148 | by teaching rather than commanding, by advice ~rather than 68 3, 38 | no precept ~of Holy Writ commanding the baptism of John. Therefore 69 3, 89 | even as in battle, the commanding officer thinks more of ~ 70 Suppl, 7 | not as eliciting but as ~commanding.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[7] A[3] 71 Suppl, 11| intention of the person in commanding him thus, was that he should 72 Suppl, 32| power; the second is the commanding principle, namely, the ~ 73 Suppl, 60| in the very act, not by ~commanding him to do so, but by not 74 Suppl, 60| husband to kill his ~wife by commanding him to do so, for thus he 75 Suppl, 71| by performing them or by commanding them.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] 76 Suppl, 73| literally Christ's voice commanding ~the resurrection, even


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