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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | power. For knowledge is regulated ~according as the thing 2 1, 59 | of fear and daring, to be regulated by temperance and ~fortitude. 3 1, 60 | so is natural love ~well regulated; because natural love is 4 1, 60 | inclination is ~not well regulated, is to derogate from the 5 1, 63 | act so far only as it ~is regulated according to the Divine 6 1, 63 | subordinate ought to be regulated by the ~will of his superior; 7 1, 63 | choice which is not properly ~regulated, but not on the part of 8 1, 60 | of fear and daring, to be regulated by temperance and ~fortitude. 9 1, 61 | so is natural love ~well regulated; because natural love is 10 1, 61 | inclination is ~not well regulated, is to derogate from the 11 1, 64 | act so far only as it ~is regulated according to the Divine 12 1, 64 | subordinate ought to be regulated by the ~will of his superior; 13 1, 64 | choice which is not properly ~regulated, but not on the part of 14 1, 94 | and the inferior powers regulated according to the ~dictate 15 1, 97 | have happened that was ~not regulated by reason, not because delight 16 1, 105 | the angel's will is ever regulated by the Divine law which 17 1, 111 | intellectual ~because it is regulated and commanded by some intellect; 18 1, 112 | and variable are moved and regulated by the ~immovable and invariable; 19 1, 112 | substance. We ourselves also are regulated as regards conclusions, ~ 20 2, 17 | particular ~apprehension, is regulated by the apprehension of reason, 21 2, 17 | particular active power is regulated by a universal ~active power. 22 2, 39 | passions of the soul should be regulated according ~to the rule of 23 2, 59 | appetite to its proper regulated movements.~Aquin.: SMT FS 24 2, 74 | evident that human acts can be regulated by the rule of human reason, ~ 25 2, 74 | intent on them, as being regulated according to ~them: and 26 2, 90 | application of a law to matters ~regulated by the law. Now the order 27 2, 92 | subordinated to that by which it is regulated: thus we see ~that the virtue 28 2, 92 | which is the common good regulated according to Divine ~justice, 29 2, 95 | better that ~all things be regulated by law, than left to be 30 2, 96 | two ways. First, as the regulated is subject to the regulator: ~ 31 2, 97 | part of man whose acts are regulated by law. The cause on the 32 2, 97 | part of man, whose acts are regulated by law, the law can be ~ 33 2, 97 | law from the will of man, regulated by reason. Now just as ~ 34 2, 105 | another ~were unsuitably regulated by the Law.~Aquin.: SMT 35 2, 109 | all human acts ought to be regulated, even as it is by the ~judgment 36 2, 109 | lower appetite should be ~regulated. And thus, even as inordinate 37 2, 3 | which human acts have ~to be regulated in order to be acts of virtue.~ 38 2, 22 | good according as they are regulated by ~their due rule and measure. 39 2, 22 | depends on their being ~regulated by the due rule, it must 40 2, 22 | even human reason ~must be regulated. Consequently the theological 41 2, 23 | the will. Yet charity is regulated, not by the reason, ~as 42 2, 24 | in ~human life which is regulated by reason. Hence friendship 43 2, 28 | accordance with this movement regulated by ~reason, the movement 44 2, 28 | the lower appetite may be regulated. Hence ~Augustine says ( 45 2, 28 | movements ~of the soul should be regulated by reason, as was shown 46 2, 31 | because ~the means should be regulated according to the requirements 47 2, 35 | becomes in consequence, a rule regulated according to its proper ~ 48 2, 56 | rule whereby human acts are regulated. Hence, since justice regulates ~ 49 2, 102 | all rational ~wills are regulated: and to this rule one will 50 2, 104 | not virtuous unless it be ~regulated by reason; wherefore it 51 2, 107 | itself is a certain rectitude regulated according to ~the rule of 52 2, 115 | other moral virtues, is regulated by ~prudence. Now it seems 53 2, 116 | Natural inclinations should be regulated according to ~reason, which 54 2, 129 | desire for good should be regulated according to ~reason, and 55 2, 139 | For higher things are not regulated according ~to lower. Now, 56 2, 143 | certain ~beauty through being regulated by reason. Now whatever 57 2, 143 | reason. Now whatever is regulated in ~accordance with reason 58 2, 144 | Secondly, it may be taken as regulated by reason, and then it signifies 59 2, 146 | desire thereof not being regulated by ~reason. Wherefore if 60 2, 156 | good in so far as it is ~regulated by reason, whereas it is 61 2, 156 | Since passion may be either regulated or not regulated by ~reason, 62 2, 156 | either regulated or not regulated by ~reason, it follows that 63 2, 156 | praise or blame. But as regulated by ~reason, it may be something 64 2, 156 | the other hand, as not regulated by reason, it may be demeritorious 65 2, 158 | life of man requires to be regulated by the virtues with regard 66 2, 165 | desire for good should be regulated in due ~manner.~Aquin.: 67 3, 46 | work, since it is moved and regulated by ~God. But nature never 68 Suppl, 20| matters should be better regulated than ~in temporal matters. 69 Suppl, 20| Penance should be better regulated than ~the judgment of an 70 Suppl, 44| common life and a community regulated ~by Divine and human law"; 71 Suppl, 44| since every ~community is regulated by some law, the code according 72 Suppl, 71| Further, indulgences are regulated according to the decision 73 Suppl, 94| so far as its action is regulated by ~the ordering of Divine 74 Suppl, 94| fire of the furnace is ~regulated by the forethought of the


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