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gotten 8
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govern 36
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governed 93
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36 identified
36 impose
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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govern

   Part, Question
1 1, 34 | effect, as to create and to govern; ~and the like are applied 2 1, 93 | was adapted to perfect and govern the body; wherefore the ~ 3 1, 93 | is adapted to perfect and govern the body, as ~regards animal 4 1, 93 | perfect state to instruct and govern others.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 5 1, 102| good as an end; which is to govern. ~Wherefore the unfailing 6 1, 102| their ~end: and this is to govern.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 7 1, 102| OBJ 3: Further, what can govern itself needs not to be governed 8 1, 102| the rational creature can govern itself; since it is master ~ 9 1, 102| But God can by ~Himself govern all things without any intermediary 10 1, 102| imperfect in a ruler to govern by means of others; thus 11 1, 102| the same time, requires to govern by ~means of ministers. 12 1, 102| he held that God ~did not govern all things immediately, 13 2, 84 | even men who direct and ~govern others are called heads. 14 2, 92 | whose business it is to govern. But it is enough for the 15 2, 93 | the same in all those who govern, so that the plan of government ~ 16 2, 97 | whose ~business it is to govern the community; wherefore 17 2, 105| because all are eligible ~to govern, and because the rules are 18 2, 45 | not competent to rule and govern, but rather to be ruled ~ 19 2, 48 | belongs to prudence ~to govern and command, so that wherever 20 2, 48 | governance ~in one who has to govern not only himself but also 21 2, 48 | twofold ~tendency: first, to govern each thing in itself, secondly, 22 2, 51 | from ~other kinds that govern communities, as stated above ( 23 2, 61 | judges, that seemed to ~govern the people.']." Therefore 24 2, 75 | in each place those who govern the state must determine 25 2, 79 | a father to beget and to govern. ~Therefore it is evident 26 2, 100| positions of dignity to govern ~subjects. Now to govern 27 2, 100| govern ~subjects. Now to govern is to move certain ones 28 2, 172| being built, which was to govern the ~nations."~Aquin.: SMT 29 2, 183| bishop ~is appointed to govern others. Therefore he should 30 2, 183| to ~instruct, defend, and govern the Church peacefully. Hence 31 2, 183| other ~respects fitted to govern the Church: wherefore He 32 2, 184| he already has, a man may govern others, by administering 33 2, 187| let her ~learn first to govern her own house, and to make 34 3, 31 | no longer ~continued to govern heaven and earth, and as 35 3, 39 | anyone ~should presume to govern or teach others before attaining 36 3, 59 | while living on earth to govern temporarily an earthly kingdom; ~


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