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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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political

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | to a further ~purpose, as political science is nobler than military 2 1, 1 | supply their materials, as political of military ~science. That 3 1, 21 | absurd to praise God for His ~political virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FP 4 1, 88 | pleasurably, causes the habit of political ~justice, whereby we act 5 2, 34 | Greek reads "He" (i.e. the political ~philosopher), "is the architect 6 2, 56 | concupiscible powers by a political command" such as that by 7 2, 57 | prudence, e.g. domestic and political economy, and the like. But 8 2, 66 | stated in Ethic. i, 2 that ~political science, which belongs to 9 2, 66 | Wherefore prudence, or political ~science, is, in this way, 10 2, 45 | common good is ~called "political" prudence, for the latter 11 2, 45 | says (Ethic. vi, 8) that "political prudence, and prudence ~ 12 2, 45 | and in a good ruler." Now political prudence is ~chiefly in 13 2, 45 | seems that prudence and political ~prudence are the same habit.~ 14 2, 45 | good, which belongs to political prudence. Therefore prudence 15 2, 45 | Therefore prudence and ~political prudence differ neither 16 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, "Political prudence," which is directed 17 2, 45 | the home; and a third, "political prudence," which is ~directed 18 2, 45 | Philosopher means, not that political prudence is ~substantially 19 2, 45 | action, while it is called "political," as being ~directed to 20 2, 45 | there are two ~kinds of political prudence, one of which is " 21 2, 45 | retains the common name political," and is about ~"individual 22 2, 46 | Regnativa]," "military," "political" and "domestic prudence," ~" 23 2, 46 | prudence" in the ~ruler, and "political prudence," simply so called, 24 2, 48 | is regnative?~(2) Whether political and (3) domestic economy 25 2, 48 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether political prudence is fittingly accounted 26 2, 48 | OBJ 1: It would seem that political prudence is not fittingly 27 2, 48 | For regnative is a part of political prudence, as ~stated above ( 28 2, 48 | with the ~whole. Therefore political prudence should not be reckoned 29 2, 48 | has to execute. Therefore political prudence as regards the ~ 30 2, 48 | kind of prudence called ~political.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 31 2, 48 | kind bears the common name political, ~and deals with individuals."~ 32 2, 48 | prudence ~which is called political.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 33 2, 48 | retains the common name of political prudence, even ~as in logic 34 2, 48 | prudence is compared to this political prudence of which we are ~ 35 2, 48 | to his own good, but by political prudence, of which we speak, ~ 36 2, 48 | therefore domestic like political is a ~species of prudence, 37 2, 48 | legislative, and another political."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 38 2, 48 | individual, is distinct from political prudence, so must ~domestic 39 2, 48 | other hand, ~the end of political prudence is "a good life 40 2, 48 | of riches ~as the end of political prudence, by way of example 41 2, 48 | business is contained under political ~affairs, so too are many 42 2, 48 | there should be ~not only "political" prudence, which disposes 43 2, 55 | says (Ethic. v, 7) that "political ~justice is partly natural 44 2, 78 | describes as "the science of political commutations ~relating to 45 2, 184 | by friends, by riches, by political ~influence, as it were by 46 Suppl, 38| of the lower Orders, as political science, which seeks the 47 Suppl, 38| above (Q[37], A[1]). Now political science, as ~stated in Ethic. 48 Suppl, 41| nature to connubial than political society." But "man is ~naturally 49 Suppl, 41| But "man is ~naturally a political and gregarious animal," 50 Suppl, 41| being ~naturally inclined to political society, so too among those 51 Suppl, 54| are connected by a common ~political life, of fellow-soldiers


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