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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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governing

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | God everywhere present, ~governing all corporeal things, not 2 1, 47 | text 52) the unity of God governing all; and Plato (Tim.), from 3 1, 69 | rested. Yet afterwards, by governing His ~creatures, in the work 4 1, 48 | text 52) the unity of ~God governing all; and Plato (Tim.), from 5 1, 70 | rested. Yet afterwards, by governing His ~creatures, in the work 6 1, 89 | Varro said, "God is a soul governing the world by movement ~and 7 1, 95 | he who has the office of ~governing and directing free men, 8 1, 102 | operation. And things need governing as to both: because even ~ 9 1, 102 | were it not sustained by a governing hand, as will be ~explained 10 1, 102 | as it proceeds from the governing cause of ~all; and in particular, 11 2, 77 | cease to be subject to its governing and motive ~power. Hence 12 2, 95 | the people; princes, by ~governing the people; soldiers, by 13 2, 96 | which is written for the governing of the people rightly permits ~ 14 2, 102 | testament; the power of governing, betokened by the rod of ~ 15 2, 102 | between God and the people, governing the people by Divine power, 16 2, 105 | under him are others having governing powers: and yet a ~government 17 2, 39 | declared by ~authority of the governing power, as stated above ( 18 2, 45 | prudence extends to the governing of many?~(11) Whether the 19 2, 45 | prudence does not extend to the governing of ~many, but only to the 20 2, 45 | the reason. Now ruling and governing ~belong properly to the 21 2, 45 | has a share in ruling and ~governing. But it is evident that 22 2, 48 | sinners are provident in governing their household. Therefore 23 2, 55 | alone, and ~consequently governing aright all things subject 24 2, 92 | nothing else than a soul governing the world by movement and 25 2, 100 | has a certain power of ~governing subjects, wherefore it is 26 2, 116 | to ~reason, which is the governing power in human nature. Hence 27 2, 167 | extirpated from the State by the governing authority. Accordingly, 28 2, 182 | Duce): "If a man while ~governing the people in his church 29 2, 183 | spiritual ~corn if he avoids governing or correcting others, and 30 2, 183 | but ~one who is best for governing the Church, one namely who 31 2, 183 | fitted for the office of ~governing, who does not excel in the 32 2, 184 | who make profession of governing Christ's flock, that they 33 2, 187 | leges.): "If a man, while governing the people in his church 34 3, 1 | frail body, the care of governing the universe. This is the 35 3, 39 | exercise the functions of governing or teaching. such as ~Solomon, 36 3, 40 | ever ~works by keeping and governing His creatures. Now that 37 3, 44 | of Divine ~providence in governing the world. But this work 38 3, 64 | successors are God's vicars in ~governing the Church which is built 39 Suppl, 40| good. Wherefore above the governing power ~which aims at a particular 40 Suppl, 40| there must be a universal governing power ~in respect of the 41 Suppl, 40| preserved, that there be a governing ~power in respect of the 42 Suppl, 85| that whereby He works in governing ~creatures; and of this 43 Suppl, 86| is ever pronouncing, by governing all things with ~supreme 44 Suppl, 89| God ~everywhere present, governing all corporeal things, not


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