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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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   Part, Question
1 1, 42 | teaches ~than of him who obeys and hears. But the Father 2 1, 65 | nod, but rather ~that it obeys God thus." But corporeal 3 1, 65 | whose bidding alone matter obeys, as its own proper ~cause. 4 1, 76 | other, spiritual, which obeys the reason; but ~we say 5 1, 42 | teaches ~than of him who obeys and hears. But the Father 6 1, 66 | nod, but rather ~that it obeys God thus." But corporeal 7 1, 66 | whose bidding alone matter obeys, as its own proper ~cause. 8 1, 75 | other, spiritual, which obeys the reason; but ~we say 9 1, 78 | participation," because it "obeys the reason" ~(Ethic. i, 10 1, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, what obeys a certain thing does not 11 1, 80 | irascible; ~and this appetite obeys it. But because to draw 12 1, 82 | sensitive ~appetite, though it obeys the reason, yet in a given 13 1, 82 | which the lower appetite obeys, as we have said (Q[81], 14 1, 94 | as the sensual appetite obeys reason to some extent. But 15 1, 109| Whether the corporeal creature obeys the mere will of the angels?~( 16 1, 109| Whether corporeal matter obeys the mere will of an angel?~ 17 1, 109| seem that corporeal matter obeys the mere will of an ~angel. 18 1, 109| soul. But ~corporeal matter obeys a conception of the soul; 19 1, 109| power. Therefore ~matter obeys the angels in receiving 20 1, 109| that this ~visible matter obeys these rebel angels; for 21 1, 109| these rebel angels; for it obeys God alone."~Aquin.: SMT 22 1, 110| that corporeal nature obeys the angel as ~regards local 23 1, 115| all nature itself which obeys Him, whether by ~the heavenly 24 1, 116| 8): "Corporeal matter ~obeys God alone at will."~Aquin.: 25 1, 116| sensitive appetite, which obeys the reason in a certain 26 1, 116| locally. For a body naturally obeys a spiritual substance as 27 2, 9 | the sensitive appetite ~obeys the reason. Therefore the 28 2, 17 | say that "the appetite obeys reason." ~Therefore command 29 2, 17 | Further, corporeal matter obeys God alone, to the effect 30 2, 17 | xvi.] says: ~"That which obeys reason is twofold, the concupiscible 31 2, 17 | everything in the world obeys His ~command. Therefore 32 2, 24 | as the sensitive appetite obeys reason, good and evil of 33 2, 26 | liberty, in so far as it obeys reason. Again, there is 34 2, 42 | far as the lower appetite obeys reason; wherefore man is 35 2, 56 | different ways. For the body ~obeys the soul blindly without 36 2, 56 | virtue, in so far as it obeys reason. But the interior ~ 37 2, 58 | the appetitive faculty ~obeys the reason, not blindly, 38 2, 92 | not profit a man unless he obeys it. But the ~very fact that 39 2, 92 | the ~very fact that a man obeys a law is due to his being 40 2, 92 | goodness of virtue that ~one obeys the law, but sometimes it 41 2, 92 | above (A[1]). But he that obeys the law, merely through 42 2, 93 | OBJ 2: Further, "Whatever obeys reason partakes somewhat 43 2, 106| is ~justified unless he obeys God's law, according to 44 2, 4 | by his superior when he obeys him: and ~thus obedience 45 2, 5 | 3: Further, just as man obeys God in believing the articles 46 2, 25 | that in the battle a man obeys his officer rather ~than 47 2, 28 | the mind" (viz. ~mercy) "obeys the reason, when mercy is 48 2, 102| will of this ~other man who obeys him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 49 2, 102| which the obedient subject obeys promptly, according to Titus 50 2, 102| circumstances, in so ~far as a man obeys either whom he ought not, 51 2, 102| provided ~the will of him that obeys tend no less devotedly [* 52 2, 102| OBJ 3: Further, whoever obeys God conforms his will to 53 2, 102| stated above (A[1]), he who obeys is moved by the ~command 54 2, 102| command of the person he obeys, just as natural things 55 2, 102| above (AA[1],4), he who obeys is moved at the ~bidding 56 2, 102| perfect obedience, which obeys in all things lawful: thirdly, ~ 57 2, 102| indiscreet obedience, which obeys even in matters unlawful.~ 58 2, 152| lust: since the lust that obeys ~concupiscence so far as 59 3, 9 | himself: yet he is good who ~obeys him that speaks aright." 60 3, 13 | imagination be strong, the body obeys naturally in ~some things, 61 3, 18 | inasmuch as it naturally obeys reason, is said to be "rational ~ 62 3, 18 | sensitive part, inasmuch as it obeys reason. ~Aquin.: SMT TP 63 3, 20 | inasmuch as by its own will it ~obeys His command. This triple 64 3, 39 | since the corporeal creature obeys its Lord's command and will,


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