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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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governor

   Part, Question
1 1, 22 | to the ~providence of a governor. But men are left to themselves 2 1, 23 | in an ~active way in the governor. Whence it is clear that 3 1, 75 | principle in it; thus what the governor of a state ~does, the state 4 1, 74 | principle in it; thus what the governor of a state ~does, the state 5 1, 102 | reason of the ~unity of the Governor, it must be many by reason 6 1, 102 | change effected by the ~governor in the things governed. 7 1, 102 | the one art of the ~Divine governor, various things are variously 8 2, 1 | universal cause: thus the governor of a city, who intends the 9 2, 9 | free men are ruled by their governor, and can nevertheless act 10 2, 19 | instance, if a provincial governor command something that is 11 2, 19 | God, Who is the ~Maker and Governor of all things: hence whatever 12 2, 21 | community. Now God is the governor and ruler of the whole universe, ~ 13 2, 91 | except accidentally, in a ~governor whose end is extrinsic to 14 2, 93 | his art, so too in every governor there must ~pre-exist the 15 2, 93 | secondary governors from the governor in chief; thus the ~plan 16 2, 93 | government in the Chief Governor, all the plans of ~government 17 2, 93 | the most high Creator and Governor, for by Him the peace of ~ 18 2, 102 | was a token of God, the governor of the ~universe.~Aquin.: 19 2, 63 | perfect community, so the governor of a city has ~perfect coercive 20 2, 100 | things: for instance, the governor of a state in civil matters, ~ 21 2, 100 | principle inasmuch as he is the governor of others. On the other ~ 22 2, 100 | universal to a particular governor; because ~the household 23 2, 162 | the man was the "head" and governor "of the woman"), but as 24 3, 8 | above him, i.e. the civil governor. And hence there is no reason ~ 25 3, 8 | pride." Now it belongs to a governor to ~lead those whom he governs 26 3, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A governor does not always suggest 27 3, 47 | who crucified ~Him at the governor's bidding, not out of cupidity 28 3, 65 | since "where there is no ~governor the people shall fall" ( 29 Suppl, 88| wisdom of their Maker and Governor; ~wherefore it is written (


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