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rulers 53
rules 79
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ruling 33
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run 41
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33 served
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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ruling

   Part, Question
1 1, 21 | proper order displayed in ruling a family or any kind of 2 1, 103 | ad lit. iv, 12): "If the ~ruling power of God were withdrawn 3 2, 2 | make good use ~of power in ruling many, so is it a very bad 4 2, 32 | cause of pleasure. Because ~ruling and presiding seem to imply 5 2, 32 | natural to take pleasure in ruling and presiding," as stated 6 2, 32 | certain superiority, since ruling and presiding pertain ~to 7 2, 32 | Another reason is that by ruling and presiding, a ~man does 8 2, 36 | souls desire ~unity, in ruling and quickening their bodies. 9 2, 64 | prudence - of prudence as ruling and measuring, of moral 10 2, 66 | appointed according to the right ruling of prudence, as stated in ~ 11 2, 69 | bounds appointed by the ruling of reason - and by a gift, 12 2, 77 | reason, for the reason is the ruling power of the ~soul's parts. 13 2, 93 | law which ~is framed for ruling the people, rightly permits 14 2, 45 | 3~But it belongs to the ruling of prudence to decide in 15 2, 45 | this purpose, and so ~the ruling of prudence is required.~ 16 2, 45 | Prudence is in the reason. Now ruling and governing ~belong properly 17 2, 45 | far as he has a share in ruling and ~governing. But it is 18 2, 45 | rational, has a share in ~ruling according to the judgment 19 2, 46 | a city ~or kingdom, the ruling principle of which is "regnative 20 2, 51 | to ~submit to another's ruling. But precipitation refers 21 2, 58 | prudence conformably with the ruling of the law.~Aquin.: SMT 22 2, 58 | according to ~the right ruling of prudence. If any one 23 2, 123 | appetite be subject to the ruling of reason. And reason dictates 24 3, 8 | and motive power there ~ruling; hence the ruler is called 25 3, 8 | Further, Christ by His ruling over the Church is not only 26 3, 20 | be properly said to be ~ruling or serving in this or that 27 3, 20 | person of the Word of ~God ruling and the person of the man 28 3, 39 | in accordance with the ~ruling of Divine wisdom, it has 29 3, 58 | right hand helps him in ruling and ~judging. Hence Augustine 30 3, 83 | affairs is ~subject to the ruling of secular princes; hence 31 Suppl, 12| its mean according to the ruling of prudence, as ~is evident 32 Suppl, 72| of the ~court above, the ruling spirit of that nation is 33 Suppl, 86| over ~others, and to whose ruling those who are judged are


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