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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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prince

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | under the figure of the prince of ~Babylon (Is. 14:12): " 2 1, 63 | wanted to have him as their prince and ~leader, so that they 3 1, 64 | under the figure of the prince of ~Babylon (Is. 14:12): " 4 1, 64 | wanted to have him as their prince and ~leader, so that they 5 1, 94 | contra Judaeos): ~"The prince of sin overcame Adam who 6 1, 105 | over from obedience to the prince. ~So it happens that God 7 1, 107 | includes two things: the prince himself and ~the multitude 8 1, 107 | multitude ordered under the prince. Therefore because there 9 1, 107 | because there is one ~God, the Prince not only of all the angels 10 1, 107 | multitude ordered under the prince, then principality is said 11 1, 107 | to the ~government of the prince. And those that cannot be 12 1, 107 | governed in the same ~way by a prince belong to different principalities: 13 1, 107 | way under the rule ~of a prince. Now such a multitude would 14 1, 107 | hence it is written, "The prince of the kingdom of the Persians 15 1, 111 | and it is ~right that the "Prince," according to what Gregory 16 1, 112 | written (Dan. 10:13): "The prince of the kingdom ~of the Persians 17 1, 112 | and twenty days." But this prince of the ~Persians was the 18 1, 112 | explains it by saying that the prince of the ~kingdom of the Persians 19 1, 112 | have been caused by ~some prince of the demons having led 20 1, 112 | Gregory (Moral. xvii), the prince of the kingdom of ~Persia 21 2, 47 | and in like manner ~the prince is angry with his subject."~ 22 2, 73 | personage, ~e.g. a sovereign prince who stands in the place 23 2, 73 | prohibited (Ex. 22:28): "The prince of thy people thou shalt ~ 24 2, 73 | sinning: for ~instance, if a prince were to violate justice, 25 2, 102 | sin of a priest, or of a prince, or of ~some other private 26 2, 102 | for the negligence of a prince."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 27 2, 104 | things that concern him, as a prince or ~judge holds in the state. 28 2, 10 | Further, all the members of a prince's household are his ~subjects. 29 2, 12 | allegiance to an apostate prince?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 30 2, 12 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a prince forfeits his dominion over 31 2, 12 | 1: It would seem that a prince does not so forfeit his 32 2, 12 | their allegiance to their prince on account of his apostasy.~ 33 2, 13 | when they ascribed to ~the prince of devils those works which 34 2, 17 | the devil is ~damned and prince of the damned, according 35 2, 18 | his days he feared not the prince."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[19] A[ 36 2, 48 | according to Ethic. v, 6 the prince is the guardian of ~justice. 37 2, 48 | virtue which is proper to the prince." Therefore a special kind 38 2, 55 | when this is decreed by the prince who is placed over the ~ 39 2, 56 | for one who strikes a prince does not receive the same 40 2, 56 | different proportion to a ~prince from that which it bears 41 2, 59 | thus a man who strikes a prince is punished more than one 42 2, 59 | greater injury to strike a prince than a ~private person. 43 2, 59 | wherefore he that strikes a prince, is not only struck ~back, 44 2, 61 | injures the person of a prince than on ~one who injures 45 2, 64 | that case ~nearly every prince would be damned. Therefore 46 2, 67 | authority of the king or prince who appointed him. Hence, 47 2, 67 | appointed ordinary judge by the prince.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 48 2, 100 | virtue than piety. For the ~prince to whom worship is paid 49 2, 100 | which is ~governed by the prince. Now a universal power is 50 2, 100 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The prince is compared to the father 51 2, 102 | justice. Wherefore if the prince's authority is not ~just 52 2, 106 | Rm. 13:4) of the earthly ~prince that "he is God's minister, 53 3, 1 | as little; and that this Prince should quit His ~throne 54 3, 8 | Pt. 5:4, "And when ~the prince of pastors shall appear, 55 3, 8 | governance, and thus every prince ~or prelate is head of the 56 3, 22 | offered for the sin of a prince, a she-goat for the sin 57 3, 29 | reason - namely, that the prince of the world might be ~deceived - 58 3, 37 | the ~world to come, the Prince of Peace"; and (Zach. 6: 59 3, 37 | peace" ~under "God their Prince."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 60 3, 43 | devils "by Beelzebub the prince of devils." Therefore it 61 3, 44 | Jn. 12:31: "Now shall the prince of this world be cast out." ~ 62 3, 46 | against the State, or any Prince in ~higher authority. But 63 3, 46 | upon ~God. For suppose a prince to speak by word of mouth, 64 3, 47 | to die, as despising the prince's word; so the Jew, who ~ 65 3, 49 | drawing ~nigh: "Now shall the prince of this world be cast out; 66 3, 65 | this can be done by the prince ~alone. Consequently the 67 3, 65 | bishop, who is, as it were, a prince in the Church. But ~a man 68 3, 72 | has free access ~to the prince of the Church, i.e. the 69 Suppl, 13| greater offense to ~strike a prince than anyone else. Therefore, 70 Suppl, 72| come for thy words: but the prince of the ~kingdom of the Persians 71 Suppl, 73| namely Michael, who is the prince of the Church as he was 72 Suppl, 86| written (Jn. 16:11): ~"The prince of this world is already


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