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inference 5
inferior 341
inferiority 6
inferiors 27
inferius 1
infernal 6
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27 imprint
27 incense
27 indifferently
27 inferiors
27 inflicting
27 inspired
27 lessens
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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inferiors

   Part, Question
1 1, 105 | God, so as to lead its ~inferiors upwards by analogy."~Aquin.: 2 1, 105 | enlightened and ~taught by their inferiors, as the Apostle says (1 3 1, 105 | superiors can be ~enlightened by inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 4 1, 105 | Therefore in that way the inferiors enlightened by God ~can 5 1, 105 | over by God; so ~that the inferiors are always moved by the 6 1, 105 | never ~enlightened by the inferiors, whereas in the ecclesiastical 7 1, 105 | superiors ~may be taught by inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[106] A[ 8 1, 107 | performed by superiors towards inferiors by leading them to things 9 2, 100 | kindliness towards our equals or inferiors. To ~the fifth commandment, 10 2, 108 | of man; some relating to ~inferiors - as when a precept is given 11 2, 31 | prelates alone to correct inferiors.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[33] A[ 12 2, 66 | degree, both superiors and inferiors. Since therefore ~subjects 13 2, 78 | discipline" with regard to inferiors, ~"equity" as regards equals, " 14 2, 78 | regard our relations towards inferiors, namely, ~"condescension," 15 2, 78 | obligation to watch ~over his inferiors, according to Mt. 24:45, " 16 2, 88 | superiors, or by commanding his inferiors, as stated above (Q[83], ~ 17 2, 88 | superiors may bind their inferiors ~by this kind of adjuration, 18 2, 100 | universal power is greater, and inferiors ~are more subject thereto. 19 2, 102 | natural and ~divine law, inferiors are bound to obey their 20 2, 102 | things. ~On the other hand, inferiors are not subject to their 21 2, 159 | subject themselves to their ~inferiors. Therefore one ought not, 22 2, 159 | set ourselves before our inferiors; ~this is called abundant 23 2, 159 | to subject ~ourselves to inferiors, and in this is perfect 24 Suppl, 20| requires jurisdiction which inferiors derive from their superiors, 25 Suppl, 34| the inferior. Therefore inferiors have order as well as superiors. ~ 26 Suppl, 92| consent in actions, or ~one's inferiors, to whom "power" refers, 27 Suppl, 92| honor" as regards that which inferiors offer ~to their superiors.


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