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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ruler

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | distributive justice; whereby a ~ruler or a steward gives to each 2 1, 21 | justice of this kind in the ruler, so the order of the universe, ~ 3 1, 22 | itself, seated in the Supreme Ruler; which ~disposeth all things": 4 1, 39 | people may be called the ruler of the people without being ~ 5 1, 39 | the people without being ~ruler of himself. We may also 6 1, 57 | reason, as obeying its ruler, as is said in Ethics iii, 7 1, 39 | people may be called the ruler of the people without being ~ 8 1, 39 | the people without being ~ruler of himself. We may also 9 1, 58 | reason, as obeying its ruler, as is said in Ethics iii, 10 1, 80 | to the government of the ruler, have ~nevertheless something 11 1, 101| since man is not set as a ~ruler over the entire corporeal 12 1, 102| or unskillfulness of the ruler; which ~cannot apply to 13 1, 102| Therefore the intention of a ruler over a multitude is unity, 14 1, 102| therefore there should be one ruler."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] 15 1, 102| the same reason is God the ruler of things as He is ~their 16 1, 102| seems ~to be imperfect in a ruler to govern by means of others; 17 1, 102| the pre-ordination of ~a ruler occurs by chance. Therefore, 18 1, 104| order again depends on the ruler of the city; while ~this 19 1, 107| principality on the part of the ~ruler, inasmuch as a multitude 20 1, 107| multitude is best ruled by one ruler, as the ~Philosopher asserts 21 2, 21 | God is the governor and ruler of the whole universe, ~ 22 2, 32 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Since ruler and subject are in communion 23 2, 91 | reason emanating from the ruler ~who governs a perfect community. 24 2, 91 | government of things in God the ~Ruler of the universe, has the 25 2, 92 | dictate of reason in the ruler by whom his subjects ~are 26 2, 92 | being well subjected to his ruler," as the ~Philosopher says ( 27 2, 98 | Over every nation He set a ruler." Also on all nations He 28 2, 105| depends mostly on the chief ruler." But the Law contains no ~ 29 2, 105| institution of the chief ruler; and yet we find ~therein 30 2, 105| way that each of them ~was ruler over all; so that there 31 2, 105| institution of the chief ruler. For this too did Moses 32 2, 25 | friendship regards chiefly the ruler of the state, ~on whom the 33 2, 37 | was always to be their ruler, and so it behooved those 34 2, 40 | the private good of the ruler, ~as the Philosopher states ( 35 2, 40 | the private good of the ruler, and to the injury of the ~ 36 2, 45 | a good man and in a good ruler." Now political prudence 37 2, 45 | prudence is ~chiefly in the ruler, in whom it is architectonic, 38 2, 45 | includes also that of a good ruler. Yet the virtue ~of the 39 2, 45 | Yet the virtue ~of the ruler and of the subject differs 40 2, 45 | the virtue proper to a ruler, while other virtues are 41 2, 45 | that prudence is in ~the ruler "after the manner of a mastercraft" ( 42 2, 46 | regnative prudence" in the ~ruler, and "political prudence," 43 2, 48 | various ~objects. Now what the ruler has to command is the same 44 2, 48 | master, and a subject by his ~ruler, by command, but otherwise 45 2, 48 | in a kingdom there is a ruler and subject, so ~also is 46 2, 55 | whom are subjects of the ruler of the state; and between 47 2, 55 | of the state and to ~its ruler, wherefore there is just 48 2, 83 | wont to show the sovereign ruler some special sign of honor, 49 2, 83 | honor of ~the sovereign Ruler of the whole universe. Wherefore, 50 2, 113| wonderful moderation of our ~Ruler, we are often allowed to 51 2, 120| commenting on Lk. 13:14, ~"The ruler of the synagogue being angry 52 3, 8 | there ~ruling; hence the ruler is called the head of a 53 3, 20 | simply greatest, ~Lord, Ruler, whereas to be subject or 54 3, 35 | unto Me, that is to be the ~ruler in Israel."~Aquin.: SMT 55 3, 35 | whole world lived under one ruler, ~peace abounded on the 56 3, 35 | world was ~governed by one ruler, because "He came to gather 57 3, 35 | taken away from Juda, nor a ruler from his thigh, till He ~ 58 3, 50 | virtually; just as the ~ruler of the city may be called 59 3, 51 | by Nicodemus, who was "a ruler ~of the Jews," as John states ( 60 3, 58 | Further, to sit on the ruler's right hand seems to exclude ~ 61 3, 75 | xxviii in ~Evang.), the ruler is rebuked "for demanding 62 3, 85 | being immediately under the ruler, ~retaining their freedom.


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