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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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dictate

   Part, Question
1 1, 94 | regulated according to the ~dictate of reason, as will be explained 2 2, 19 | conscience is a kind of dictate of the reason (for ~it is 3 2, 19 | by God, then to scorn the dictate of reason ~is to scorn the 4 2, 61 | withdrawing us from ~following the dictate of reason, e.g. through 5 2, 91 | law is ~nothing else but a dictate of practical reason emanating 6 2, 91 | A[1], ad 2), a law is a dictate ~of the practical reason. 7 2, 91 | full participation of the ~dictate of the Divine Reason, but 8 2, 91 | direction of his ~reason. But a dictate of human reason is a human 9 2, 92 | is ~nothing else than a dictate of reason in the ruler by 10 2, 92 | Just as an assertion is a dictate of reason asserting ~something, 11 2, 92 | something, so is a law a dictate of reason, commanding something. 12 2, 97 | A[3]), human law is a dictate of ~reason, whereby human 13 2, 98 | Law; because ~as yet the dictate of the natural law was not 14 2, 100 | anyone is an immediate ~dictate of his natural reason: and 15 2, 100 | it is not an immediate ~dictate of natural reason that a 16 2, 100 | more persons, as a primary dictate of reason, than ~that one 17 2, 100 | Nevertheless it is a ~primary dictate of reason that man is a 18 2, 100 | their efficacy from the very dictate of natural reason, ~even 19 2, 104 | binding force ~from the dictate of reason itself, because 20 2, 104 | force, not from the very ~dictate of reason (because, considered 21 2, 104 | binding ~force from the mere dictate of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 22 2, 108 | which proceed from the dictate of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 23 2, 60 | determinable according to the dictate of prudence, it seems that 24 2, 79 | to virtue belong to the dictate of ~natural reason. Now, 25 2, 79 | do not belong to the dictate of natural ~reason. Therefore 26 2, 79 | OBJ 3: It belongs to the dictate of natural reason that man 27 2, 79 | thing does not belong to the dictate of natural reason, ~but 28 2, 83 | higher, ~so too it is a dictate of natural reason in accordance 29 2, 83 | sensibles. Hence it is a dictate of natural ~reason that 30 2, 84 | in accordance with ~the dictate of natural reason. Hence 31 2, 85 | natural reason does not dictate that one ~ought to give 32 2, 92 | does man's natural reason dictate that there is one God, and 33 2, 120 | Hence according to the dictate of reason, man sets aside 34 2, 121 | modified according to the dictate of reason. ~On the other 35 2, 123 | shuns ~something against the dictate of reason: and this inordinateness 36 2, 129 | accordance with reason's dictate ~that they should avoid 37 2, 145 | is bound by the natural dictate of reason to practice fasting 38 2, 150 | The person who, beside the dictate of right reason, ~abstains 39 2, 151 | is no sin if one, by the ~dictate of reason, makes use of 40 2, 151 | connection against the ~dictate of reason's ordering, it 41 2, 156 | Q[24], A[3]] of reason's dictate: else, the sensitive ~appetite 42 Suppl, 6 | of ~natural reason, whose dictate is therefore surpassed by 43 Suppl, 59| an office of nature whose dictate faith surpasses. Therefore ~ 44 Suppl, 65| said, for such is nature's dictate to every animal ~according 45 Suppl, 67| of husband and ~wife, the dictate of the natural law requires


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