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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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framed

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | understand that the world was framed by the Word of God; that 2 1, 66 | understand that the world was framed by the Word of God; that 3 2, 93 | that "the law which ~is framed for ruling the people, rightly 4 2, 93 | appearance ~of law, though being framed by one who is in power, 5 2, 94 | which some legislators have framed certain ~enactments which 6 2, 95 | was useful for laws to be framed by men?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 7 2, 95 | not useful for laws to be framed by ~men. Because the purpose 8 2, 95 | 3: Further, every law is framed for the direction of human 9 2, 95 | necessary for laws to be framed: for, as the Philosopher ~ 10 2, 95 | lead to misunderstanding; framed for ~no private benefit, 11 2, 95 | accidental to law that it be framed by this or that man. ~Therefore 12 2, 95 | notion of human law, to be framed by that one ~who governs 13 2, 96 | Whether human law should be framed for the community?~(2) Whether 14 2, 96 | Whether human law should be framed for the community rather 15 2, 96 | that human law should be framed not for the ~community, 16 2, 96 | matters, since decrees are framed ~about individual actions. 17 2, 96 | actions. Therefore law is framed not only for the ~community, 18 2, 96 | Therefore human laws should be framed, not for the community, 19 2, 96 | seems that laws ~should be framed not in general but for individual 20 2, 96 | instances; and they are not framed according to what may possibly ~ 21 2, 96 | 21) that "law should be framed, not for any private benefit, ~ 22 2, 96 | Q[90], AA[1],2), law is framed as a rule ~or measure of 23 2, 96 | Para. 2/2~Now human law is framed for a number of human beings, 24 2, 96 | i, 5): "The law which is framed for the government of ~states, 25 2, 96 | 1/3~I answer that, Laws framed by man are either just or 26 2, 96 | subjection to the laws framed by that power. Therefore 27 2, 96 | is subject to the law ~framed by that power. But it may 28 2, 96 | Holy Ghost is above all law framed by man: ~and therefore spiritual 29 2, 96 | by ~words. But those who framed the laws should be reckoned 30 2, 100 | affirmative precepts should be framed in ~some matters, and negative 31 2, 105 | judicial precepts were suitably framed as to the relations of ~ 32 2, 105 | precepts were not suitably framed ~as regards the relations 33 2, 105 | regarding foreigners were framed in a ~suitable manner?~Aquin.: 34 2, 105 | foreigners ~were not suitably framed. For Peter said (Acts 10: 35 2, 114 | right, inasmuch as they ~framed falsehoods.~Aquin.: SMT 36 2, 2 | Christ: hence the latter ~framed His answer so as to instruct 37 2, 135 | before sin ~man was so framed that he could persevere 38 2, 138 | precepts of law must needs be framed in various ways ~according 39 2, 145 | general precepts are framed according to the requirements 40 2, 150 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Laws are framed according to what occurs 41 2, 185 | authority of this decree framed in virtue of our apostolic ~ 42 3, 83 | this sacrament are properly framed?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[83] A[ 43 3, 83 | sacrament are not properly ~framed. For, as Ambrose says (De 44 3, 89 | Agapit.) that "the canons framed at the council of ~Nicaea 45 Suppl, 65| prescribing the one wife ~was framed not by man but by God, nor 46 Suppl, 65| plurality of ~wives was framed, as stated above (A[1]).~


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