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1501 2, 10 | even as one man may be ~subject to various vices, and to 1502 2, 10 | them, or else they are not ~subject to provocation in this matter, 1503 2, 10 | Pt. 2:18): "Servants be subject to your ~masters with all 1504 2, 10 | matters, a believer can be subject to an ~unbeliever, for he 1505 2, 10 | those ~unbelievers who are subject, even in temporal matters, 1506 2, 10 | those Jews themselves are subject to the Church, she can dispose 1507 2, 10 | unbelievers who are not ~subject to her or her members, in 1508 2, 10 | Reply OBJ 3: Slaves are subject to their masters for their 1509 2, 10 | whole ~lifetime, and are subject to their overseers in everything: 1510 2, 10 | craftsman's laborer is subject to him for certain special 1511 2, 13 | does indeed ever remain subject ~to change: yet sometimes 1512 2, 15 | who ~receives the law is subject to the giver of the law. 1513 2, 16 | considered in itself; (2) its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] Out. 1514 2, 16 | the other passions, ~is subject to a mean and extremes. 1515 2, 16 | is that which makes its subject good, and its work good ~ 1516 2, 16 | is proportionate to ~the subject moved. Therefore hope regards 1517 2, 17 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE SUBJECT OF HOPE (FOUR ARTICLES)~ 1518 2, 17 | We must now consider the subject of hope, under which head 1519 2, 17 | hope is in the will as its subject?~(2) Whether it is in the 1520 2, 17 | hope is in the will as its subject?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 1521 2, 17 | is not in the will as its subject. For ~the object of hope 1522 2, 17 | it is ~in the will as its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[18] A[ 1523 2, 17 | to which He was still ~subject. Hence it was possible for 1524 2, 18 | is unwilling, by love, to subject his ~affections to the yoke 1525 2, 18 | that it be a non-resistant subject of ~that mover, because 1526 2, 18 | resistance of the movable subject to the mover ~hinders the 1527 2, 18 | above Him to whom ~He may be subject) it does not follow that 1528 2, 18 | whoever fears God and is subject to Him, takes no ~delight 1529 2, 21 | imposed on man already subject and ready to obey: wherefore 1530 2, 22 | in its relation to ~its subject. Under the first head there 1531 2, 22 | more excellent than its subject. Therefore ~charity is not 1532 2, 22 | from the principles of its subject is inferior to its subject, ~ 1533 2, 22 | subject is inferior to its subject, ~even as an effect is inferior 1534 2, 22 | nature is superior to its ~subject, in so far as it is a likeness 1535 2, 22 | being in the intellectual subject, so that the excellence 1536 2, 23 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE SUBJECT OF CHARITY (TWELVE ARTICLES)~ 1537 2, 23 | charity in relation to its subject, under which ~head there 1538 2, 23 | charity is in the will as its subject?~(2) Whether charity is 1539 2, 23 | Whether the will is the subject of charity?~Aquin.: SMT 1540 2, 23 | that the will is not the subject of charity. For ~charity 1541 2, 23 | But the reason is the subject of virtue. Therefore it ~ 1542 2, 23 | in the free-will as its subject and not in the will.~Aquin.: 1543 2, 23 | charity is in the will as its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 1544 2, 23 | intellect alone. Therefore the subject ~of charity is not the sensitive, 1545 2, 23 | concupiscible cannot be the subject ~of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 1546 2, 23 | the reason, either as its ~subject, like prudence is, or as 1547 2, 23 | Reply OBJ 1: Charity is not subject to dimensive, but only to 1548 2, 23 | to its radication in its subject, or according to ~its fervor.~ 1549 2, 23 | that it is yet more ~in its subject, which implies a greater 1550 2, 23 | greater radication in its subject. ~Furthermore, charity is 1551 2, 23 | or ceasing to be in its subject, as the objection imagines, 1552 2, 23 | be more and more in its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 1553 2, 23 | case in point, since ~the subject of charity is none other 1554 2, 23 | charity increases only by its subject partaking of charity ~more 1555 2, 23 | of charity ~more and more subject thereto. For this is the 1556 2, 23 | wholly in its adhering to its subject. Consequently, since the 1557 2, 23 | say that it is more in its subject, and not that another form ~ 1558 2, 23 | not in comparison with its subject. Therefore charity ~increases 1559 2, 23 | being intensified in its subject, and this is for charity 1560 2, 23 | only in respect ~of its subject, and in this way it has 1561 2, 23 | way of intensity in its subject, for instance in ~things 1562 2, 23 | for instance in ~things subject to rarefaction, as is proved 1563 2, 23 | quantity through being in ~its subject, and in this way it increase 1564 2, 23 | surpasses the capacity of its subject. But the ~capacity of the 1565 2, 23 | rational creature who is the subject of charity is ~finite. Therefore 1566 2, 23 | increase of the form in its subject. Thirdly, on ~the part of 1567 2, 23 | Thirdly, on ~the part of the subject, which is not capable of 1568 2, 23 | Furthermore, on the part of its subject, no limit to this ~increase 1569 2, 23 | nature affect the same subject. Now increase and decrease 1570 2, 23 | in comparison ~with its subject, here is the place to consider 1571 2, 23 | Contraries affect the same subject when that subject stands ~ 1572 2, 23 | the same subject when that subject stands ~in equal relation 1573 2, 23 | considered on the part of its subject, which is ~changeable on 1574 2, 23 | may be compared ~with this subject, both from the general point 1575 2, 23 | for a form to be in its subject in ~such a way that it can 1576 2, 23 | another ~form, is in its subject inseparably. Accordingly 1577 2, 23 | God, is possessed ~by its subject inseparably: whereas the 1578 2, 23 | the potentiality of its subject, because the latter is not 1579 2, 23 | the changeableness of the subject, ~and against the purpose 1580 2, 23 | of the condition of its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[24] A[ 1581 2, 23 | dependent on the power of its ~subject, it would not necessarily 1582 2, 23 | endurance of a ~habit in its subject does not require the endurance 1583 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The subject of charity is the rational 1584 2, 25 | friendship regards chiefly the subject in ~which we chiefly find 1585 2, 25 | depends in some way on the ~subject. Wherefore, though a better 1586 2, 26 | act belongs to the same subject as the habit. Now ~the habit 1587 2, 26 | affection, whose object is subject to reason's judgment, ~should 1588 2, 28 | is that which makes its subject good," according ~to the 1589 2, 28 | in comparison with its subject. In itself, ~mercy takes 1590 2, 28 | hand, with regard to its subject, mercy is not the greatest ~ 1591 2, 28 | greatest ~virtue, unless that subject be greater than all others, 1592 2, 29 | angels, because men are ~subject to many failings, so that 1593 2, 30 | act; and this may be the ~subject of a threefold consideration. 1594 2, 30 | spoke to a king who was not subject to God's Law, ~wherefore 1595 2, 30 | but only those ~who are subject to that law, and moreover 1596 2, 30 | 2). Now if those who are subject to ~anyone were to give 1597 2, 30 | in which the inferior is subject to his ~superior, his ministrations 1598 2, 30 | his ministrations must be subject to the superior's permission.~ 1599 2, 30 | in respect of which he is subject to that other, except in 1600 2, 30 | superior, he is no ~longer subject to another in its regard, 1601 2, 31 | Whether this precept binds the subject to correct his superior?~( 1602 2, 31 | anyone who has charity, be he subject or prelate.~Aquin.: SMT 1603 2, 31 | equal." Therefore, since a subject is not equal to his ~prelate, 1604 2, 31 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, A subject is not competent to administer 1605 2, 31 | it follows that when a ~subject corrects his prelate, he 1606 2, 31 | 1: It would seem that a subject touches his prelate ~inordinately 1607 2, 31 | faith were ~endangered, a subject ought to rebuke his prelate 1608 2, 31 | Hence ~Paul, who was Peter's subject, rebuked him in public, 1609 2, 31 | Bono iii, 32): "He that is ~subject to vice should not correct 1610 2, 38 | city, kingdom or province subject to them. And just as it 1611 2, 43 | Holy Ghost?~(2) What is its subject?~(3) Whether wisdom is only 1612 2, 43 | in the intellect as its subject?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 1613 2, 43 | in the intellect as its subject. ~For Augustine says (Ep. 1614 2, 43 | charity is in the will as its subject, and not in the intellect, 1615 2, 43 | in the intellect as ~its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[45] A[ 1616 2, 43 | soul, nor dwell in a body subject to sins."~Aquin.: SMT SS 1617 2, 45 | sense as in its principle subject, for it is ~chiefly in the 1618 2, 45 | and the same thing is the subject matter of the acts of different 1619 2, 45 | virtue; because, just as the subject of moral virtue is something 1620 2, 45 | of the ruler and of the subject differs specifically, even 1621 2, 45 | and the prudence of the subject is not a virtue but a true ~ 1622 2, 45 | But it is evident that the subject as subject, and the slave ~ 1623 2, 45 | evident that the subject as subject, and the slave ~as slave, 1624 2, 45 | slave as slave, ~nor of a subject as subject.~Aquin.: SMT 1625 2, 45 | slave, ~nor of a subject as subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 1626 2, 45 | prudence is not the virtue of a subject as such. ~Aquin.: SMT SS 1627 2, 47 | part of ~prudence. For the subject of an accident is not a 1628 2, 47 | is in the reason as its subject (Ethic. vi, 5). Therefore 1629 2, 47 | necessary for an ~end, which are subject to divine providence, yet 1630 2, 47 | providence, yet nothing is subject to ~human providence except 1631 2, 48 | is the same as what the ~subject has to execute. Therefore 1632 2, 48 | 1 ~OBJ 3: Further, each subject is an individual person. 1633 2, 48 | moved by his master, and a subject by his ~ruler, by command, 1634 2, 48 | kingdom there is a ruler and subject, so ~also is there in a 1635 2, 53 | the flesh . . . ~is not subject to the law of God" (Rm. 1636 2, 53 | Ghost, for "it ~cannot be subject to the law of God" (Rm. 1637 2, 53 | stated that "it cannot be subject to the law of ~God," this 1638 2, 53 | prudence itself ~cannot be subject to God's law, even as neither 1639 2, 55 | governing aright all things subject to man." Now right [jus] ~ 1640 2, 55 | two men neither of whom is subject to the other, and both of ~ 1641 2, 56 | it is in the will as its subject?~(5) Whether it is a general 1642 2, 56 | Secondly on the part of the subject, because, to wit, a man ~ 1643 2, 56 | over the things that are subject to him." Now the sensitive ~ 1644 2, 56 | the sensitive ~appetite is subject to man, according to Gn. 1645 2, 56 | justice is in the will as its subject?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 1646 2, 56 | is not in the will as its subject. For ~justice is sometimes 1647 2, 56 | is not in the will as its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 1648 2, 56 | is not in the will as its subject but in the reason.~Aquin.: 1649 2, 56 | a moral virtue. ~Now the subject of moral virtue is the faculty 1650 2, 56 | not in the will ~as its subject, but in the irascible and 1651 2, 56 | 1/2~I answer that, The subject of a virtue is the power 1652 2, 56 | something aright. Hence the subject of justice is not the intellect 1653 2, 56 | appetitive ~power as its subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[58] A[ 1654 2, 56 | or concupiscible as its subject, but only in the will: ~ 1655 2, 56 | because all appetite is subject to reason. Now ~the will 1656 2, 56 | wherefore it can be the ~subject of moral virtue.~Aquin.: 1657 2, 56 | intellective appetite as ~its subject, which can have the universal 1658 2, 56 | where it resides as in its subject; and this is the will which ~ 1659 2, 56 | twofold source. First from the subject of justice, i.e. from the 1660 2, 56 | the very man who is the subject ~of those passions, in so 1661 2, 56 | reason may be taken from the subject, because justice is in the 1662 2, 58 | extends over those who are subject to the community. Wherefore 1663 2, 58 | 3: The secular power is subject to the spiritual, even as 1664 2, 58 | spiritual, even as the ~body is subject to the soul. Consequently 1665 2, 58 | temporal matters that are ~subject to the spiritual authority 1666 2, 59 | sovereign, but also in the ~subject, as stated above (Q[58], 1667 2, 59 | which very things are ~the subject matter of commutations between 1668 2, 59 | individuals, and be the subject of commutation between one 1669 2, 60 | conferred on a more ~worthy subject, and then there is no obligation 1670 2, 60 | being conferred on a worthy subject by ~counseling that it be 1671 2, 62 | life and their death are subject to our use."~Aquin.: SMT 1672 2, 62 | God's gift to man, and is subject to His power, Who kills ~ 1673 2, 62 | another and happier one is subject not to man's ~free-will 1674 2, 63 | because sin is always ~subject to the will: and consequently 1675 2, 63 | another, except one who is subject to his jurisdiction. ~Therefore 1676 2, 63 | And since the child is subject ~to the power of the parent, 1677 2, 63 | correction to a willing ~subject. But to impart it to an 1678 2, 63 | impart it to an unwilling subject belongs to those only ~who 1679 2, 64 | nature, and this is not subject to the power of man, but ~ 1680 2, 65 | judge one who is not his subject?~(2) Whether it is lawful 1681 2, 65 | justly judge one who is not subject to his jurisdiction?~Aquin.: 1682 2, 65 | justly judge one who is not subject ~to his jurisdiction. For 1683 2, 65 | these ancients ~were not subject to Daniel; indeed they were 1684 2, 65 | lawfully judge one that is not subject to his ~jurisdiction.~Aquin.: 1685 2, 65 | Further, Christ was no man's subject, indeed He was "King of ~ 1686 2, 65 | lawfully judge one that is ~not subject to his jurisdiction.~Aquin.: 1687 2, 65 | the defendant is not the subject of the man whose ~business 1688 2, 65 | judge one that is not his subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 1689 2, 66 | qu. 7] - or again if the subject who ~wishes to accuse his 1690 2, 67 | 13:1): "Let every soul be subject to the ~higher powers." 1691 2, 67 | appealing refuses to be subject to a ~higher power, viz. 1692 2, 67 | consent of those who are subject to his judgment, but ~on 1693 2, 68 | evidence is that of a man subject to a ~superior whom, in 1694 2, 75 | instance when someone is subject to him, or when he is ~the 1695 2, 77 | A[5]) as ~regards its subject and matter, so legal injustice 1696 2, 79 | in the state of grace are subject to ~God. Yet not all who 1697 2, 79 | contemplation. Such men subject themselves to man, not for 1698 2, 80 | themselves to God, so as to subject themselves wholly to ~Him. 1699 2, 81 | when the effect is wholly ~subject to the power of the cause; 1700 2, 81 | the effect is not wholly ~subject to the power of the cause. 1701 2, 81 | to be ~done by things not subject to it, whether they be its 1702 2, 81 | necessity on human affairs ~subject to Divine providence, nor 1703 2, 81 | resides in the will as in its subject. ~But prayer belongs to 1704 2, 81 | apparently belong to the same subject. But receiving ~is becoming 1705 2, 81 | OBJ 3: Further, the same subject is fitted to pray as is 1706 2, 83 | reason tells man that he is subject to a higher ~being, on account 1707 2, 83 | the lower are naturally subject to the higher, ~so too it 1708 2, 85 | under a ~tax, nor are they subject to workmen's wages. Hence 1709 2, 86 | religion?~(10) Whether a vow is subject to dispensation or commutation?~( 1710 2, 86 | something relating ~to things subject to his will, and a vow takes 1711 2, 86 | many things may ~be the subject of a vow, which have no 1712 2, 86 | 1~Whether those who are subject to another's power are hindered 1713 2, 86 | seem that those who are subject to another's power are ~ 1714 2, 86 | the obligation of one man subject to another is a lesser ~ 1715 2, 86 | Therefore ~those who are subject to another's power are not 1716 2, 86 | taking vows, through being subject to ~another's power.~Aquin.: 1717 2, 86 | manner other persons that are subject to another's power cannot 1718 2, 86 | own power. Now ~whoever is subject to another, as to the matter 1719 2, 86 | the matter wherein he is subject to ~him, it does not lie 1720 2, 86 | those matters wherein he is ~subject to another.~Aquin.: SMT 1721 2, 86 | what is virtuous can be the subject of a ~promise made to God, 1722 2, 86 | Reply OBJ 3: A religious is subject to his superior as to his 1723 2, 86 | Although the vow of one who is subject to another's power ~does 1724 2, 86 | of the one to whom he is subject, he ~does not sin by vowing; 1725 2, 86 | the maker of a vow ~being subject to another's power, as stated 1726 2, 86 | disposition which is not subject to human ~laws, that the 1727 2, 86 | parents; for this ~care is subject to human law, which takes 1728 2, 86 | whose care they are still subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 1729 2, 86 | OBJ 2: The vows of persons subject to another's power contain 1730 2, 86 | would seem that vows are not subject to dispensation. It is ~ 1731 2, 86 | very moment that it was the subject of a vow, being, as it were, ~ 1732 2, 86 | A[8]) that the ~vow of a subject, e.g. of a slave or a son, 1733 2, 86 | not dissent." And thus a subject ~might break his vow without 1734 2, 87 | 9) Whether an oath is subject to dispensation?~(10) Who 1735 2, 87 | because the infidelity of a subject to his lord would seem to ~ 1736 2, 88 | imposes an ~oath on his subject. Therefore subjects cannot 1737 2, 88 | to put one who is not his subject under an ~obligation to 1738 2, 88 | and their actions are ~not subject to our disposal but to that 1739 2, 91 | Faith, hope and charity subject the mind to God, so that ~ 1740 2, 93 | bodily organ, their soul is ~subject to the disposition of surrounding 1741 2, 93 | taken for an omen are not subject to the disposition of the 1742 2, 93 | and their results are not subject to the ~dispositions of 1743 2, 94 | invariable, and such things are subject to human knowledge, and 1744 2, 94 | Further, artificial bodies are subject to the heavenly bodies, ~ 1745 2, 94 | delude the souls that are subject ~to them."~Aquin.: SMT SS 1746 2, 94 | to Whom the ~demons are subject, that God should employ 1747 2, 97 | and not from its matter or subject. Now ~in sacrilege we find 1748 2, 98 | vices, is in the will as its subject. ~Hence simony is fittingly 1749 2, 98 | episcopate by simony commands a subject of his to receive orders 1750 2, 98 | him: and apparently the subject should obey, so long as 1751 2, 100 | Obey your prelates, and be subject to them." ~Therefore observance 1752 2, 100 | and inferiors ~are more subject thereto. Therefore observance 1753 2, 101 | singly, which is entirely subject ~to His power: whereas man 1754 2, 101 | creatures are naturally ~subject to man. As to the Cross 1755 2, 102 | Obey your prelates and ~be subject to them."~Aquin.: SMT SS 1756 2, 102 | natural things need to be subject to the movement of the ~ 1757 2, 102 | and ~which the obedient subject obeys promptly, according 1758 2, 102 | 1, ~"Admonish them to be subject to princes, and to obey 1759 2, 102 | as all natural things are subject ~to the divine motion by 1760 2, 102 | mover, since, though it is subject to the ~latter's action 1761 2, 102 | one respect, yet it is not subject thereto in every ~respect. 1762 2, 102 | Thus, a humor is sometimes subject to the action of heat, as ~ 1763 2, 102 | two reasons, for which a subject may not be bound ~to obey 1764 2, 102 | and obey God." Secondly, a subject is not bound to obey his 1765 2, 102 | something wherein he is not subject to him. ~For Seneca says ( 1766 2, 102 | actions and human ~affairs, a subject is bound to obey his superior 1767 2, 102 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Man is subject to God simply as regards 1768 2, 102 | hand, inferiors are not subject to their superiors in all ~ 1769 2, 102 | respect of other matters the subject is immediately under God, 1770 2, 102 | respect of which they are subject to their superiors: wherefore 1771 2, 102 | human law whereby men are subject to the ~secular power is 1772 2, 102 | 1): "Admonish them to be subject ~to princes and powers," 1773 2, 102 | 1 Pt. 2:13,14): "Be ye subject . . . to ~every human creature 1774 2, 102 | because thereby one man is subject to another. ~Yet man is 1775 2, 103 | excellence that one be not subject to another's ~command, it 1776 2, 105 | natural defect, that is not subject to ~the will, but that which 1777 2, 107 | good are convertible as to subject, since ~every true thing 1778 2, 115 | those things which are the subject of a man's ~free-handedness 1779 2, 116 | because they are naturally subject to man, and ~because by 1780 2, 116 | external things that are subject to the uses of ~human life 1781 2, 116 | it is more shameful to be subject to a ~lower than to a higher 1782 2, 116 | that one be willing to be subject to money.~Aquin.: SMT SS 1783 2, 117 | be together in the same subject. But some are at the ~same 1784 2, 117 | opposites from being in the same subject ~in different respects. 1785 2, 118 | since legal justice is subject to the direction of ~"epikeia." 1786 2, 120 | goods or evils are not the subject of ~merit or demerit except 1787 2, 121 | accordance with reason is ~subject to the command of reason: 1788 2, 123 | requires that the ~appetite be subject to the ruling of reason. 1789 2, 123 | is, a courageous man ~is subject. Yet this fear, seemingly, 1790 2, 127 | the passions, is naturally subject to reason. Hence the ~resisting 1791 2, 131 | connection with the same subject. For just as the magnanimous 1792 2, 134 | remain in the point of being ~subject to God. In like manner the 1793 2, 134 | virtue does not regard the subject, but the ~matter or the 1794 2, 135 | relation of the habit to its ~subject: and thus unchangeable persistence 1795 2, 139 | animal nature that is not ~subject to reason.~Aquin.: SMT SS 1796 2, 139 | other virtues, through being subject to the ~opposite vices, 1797 2, 139 | opposition to reason, but are ~subject to it as instruments which 1798 2, 142 | disgrace to which he is subject on ~account of virtue, because 1799 2, 143 | honest concurs in the same subject with the useful ~and the 1800 2, 143 | pleasant concur in ~the one subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[145] A[ 1801 2, 145 | persons in the same way, but subject to ~the requirements of 1802 2, 146 | impossible, since they cannot be subject to reason; ~wherefore the 1803 2, 149 | reside in the soul as its subject, ~though its matter is in 1804 2, 149 | organs of generation is not subject to the command of ~reason, 1805 2, 150 | the case of those who are subject to a ~flow of semen. In 1806 2, 150 | which married people are subject (1 Cor. 7:28). Therefore ~ 1807 2, 151 | concupiscence and pleasure are not subject to the command and moderation ~ 1808 2, 152 | directed to the common good, is subject to law. Wherefore, as ~Augustine 1809 2, 152 | intercourse with a woman who is subject to ~another's authority 1810 2, 153 | matter?~(3) What is its subject?~(4) Of its comparison with 1811 2, 153 | the sensitive appetite is subject ~to reason so that vehement 1812 2, 153 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the subject of continence is the concupiscible 1813 2, 153 | It would seem that the subject of continence is the concupiscible ~ 1814 2, 153 | concupiscible ~power. For the subject of a virtue should be proportionate 1815 2, 153 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the subject of a human virtue is either 1816 2, 153 | virtue while residing in a subject, makes that ~subject have 1817 2, 153 | in a subject, makes that ~subject have a different disposition 1818 2, 153 | the concupiscible as its subject. ~Again the reason has the 1819 2, 153 | the continent man, though subject to vehement desires, chooses 1820 2, 153 | the will as ~their proper subject.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[155] A[ 1821 2, 153 | not in the will as their subject, ~yet it is in the power 1822 2, 153 | continent man, since he is subject to vehement evil ~desires, 1823 2, 154 | Fourthly, because he who is subject to concupiscence works with ~ 1824 2, 156 | power in man is naturally subject to his ~reason, wherefore 1825 2, 156 | either in ~relation to the subject desirous of vengeance, as 1826 2, 156 | which is desired by the subject of ~concupiscence. Wherefore 1827 2, 159 | by humility one ought to subject oneself to all men?~(4) 1828 2, 159 | humble, since He can be subject to ~none. Therefore it seems 1829 2, 159 | one ought, by humility, to subject oneself to all men?~Aquin.: 1830 2, 159 | ought not, by humility, to subject ~oneself to all men. For, 1831 2, 159 | humility, one ought not to subject oneself to man.~Aquin.: 1832 2, 159 | cannot, without falsehood, subject themselves to their ~inferiors. 1833 2, 159 | ought not, by humility, to subject oneself to ~all men.~Aquin.: 1834 2, 159 | spiritual welfare. But if a man subject himself to another ~by humility, 1835 2, 159 | ought not, by humility, ~to subject himself to all.~Aquin.: 1836 2, 159 | reverence whereby man is subject to God. Wherefore ~every 1837 2, 159 | which is his own, ought to subject himself ~to every neighbor, 1838 2, 159 | does not require a man to subject what he has of God's to 1839 2, 159 | does not require a man to subject that which he has of his 1840 2, 159 | reason of which, he may subject ~himself to him with humility.~ 1841 2, 159 | God. Wherefore we should subject ourselves with humility 1842 2, 159 | according to 1 Pt. 2:13, "Be ye subject . ~. . to every human creature 1843 2, 159 | inward act of the soul, may subject ~himself to another, without 1844 2, 159 | reverence whereby one is ~subject to God, as stated above ( 1845 2, 159 | reason of a ~sameness, not of subject or matter, but of formal 1846 2, 159 | in the irascible as its subject, it is assigned as a part 1847 2, 159 | humility makes a man a good ~subject to ordinance of all kinds 1848 2, 159 | circumstances"; the tenth is "to ~subject oneself to a superior"; 1849 2, 159 | degrees. The first is to subject ourselves to those who are 1850 2, 159 | The third degree is to subject ~ourselves to inferiors, 1851 2, 160 | does it reside as in its subject?~(4) Of its species;~(5) 1852 2, 160 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the subject of pride is the irascible 1853 2, 160 | It would seem that the subject of pride is not the irascible ~ 1854 2, 160 | 1/2~I answer that, The subject of any virtue or vice is 1855 2, 160 | the power, which is the subject of both. Now the ~proper 1856 2, 160 | must needs say that the ~subject of pride is the irascible 1857 2, 160 | not ~being, in some way, subject to God and His rule. Now 1858 2, 160 | evident that ~not to be subject to God is of its very nature 1859 2, 160 | the proud man does not subject himself to the Divine rule 1860 2, 160 | so that one ought to be subject to another.~Aquin.: SMT 1861 2, 160 | through being unwilling to be subject to God and ~His rule. Hence 1862 2, 160 | consequence it scorns ~to be subject to a creature for God's 1863 2, 161 | who was ~unwilling to be subject to Him, and man who refused 1864 2, 162 | as long as his ~mind was subject to God, the lower powers 1865 2, 162 | powers of his soul would be subject to ~his rational mind, and 1866 2, 162 | his lower powers wholly subject to his reason, whence there 1867 2, 162 | nor was ~the body wholly subject to the soul; whence arose 1868 2, 162 | depend on the body being subject ~to the soul, as the perfectible 1869 2, 162 | soul, as the perfectible is subject to its perfection. ~Consequently, 1870 2, 162 | immediately after his sin man was subject to the ~necessity of dying, 1871 2, 162 | weariness to which she is ~subject while carrying the child 1872 2, 162 | belongs to the woman to be subject to her husband in ~matters 1873 2, 162 | sufferings to which the woman is subject, through carrying her ~offspring 1874 2, 166 | with the gravity of the ~subject." Now the sacred doctrine 1875 2, 167 | weeds of mourning may be a subject of ostentation, all the 1876 2, 167 | inordinate defect are a subject of ostentation."~Aquin.: 1877 2, 169 | Now ~light may be in a subject in two ways: first, by way 1878 2, 169 | intellectual light that is in a subject by ~way of an abiding and 1879 2, 169 | all those things that are subject to that light: thus the ~ 1880 2, 169 | extends to whatever is subject to the light of the active 1881 2, 170 | creation, to produce the subject, so as to dispose a ~soul 1882 2, 171 | spirits of ~the prophets are subject to the prophets." Now this 1883 2, 171 | the prophets is said to be subject to the ~prophets as regards 1884 2, 171 | say that the prophets are subject to the. spirit of ~prophecy, 1885 2, 172 | promise, and both of these are subject to ~alteration. For it is 1886 2, 173 | that his lower ~appetite be subject to the higher appetite, 1887 2, 173 | something to say on ~this subject speak with more conjecture 1888 2, 175 | whereby woman should be subject to man, as appears from 1889 2, 178 | proceeds to the care of things subject to him, ~taking in his course 1890 2, 179 | because it resides in the same subject ~as the intellectual virtues, 1891 2, 181 | man is his own master or subject to ~another, not indeed 1892 2, 181 | may concur in the same subject: thus when a person is appointed 1893 2, 181 | from concurring in the same subject. For even in earthly affairs ~ 1894 2, 182 | 1:5); and the end is not subject to a measure, but only ~ 1895 2, 182 | of the ~Church they are subject to the one who is placed 1896 2, 183 | irregularity; wherefore a subject, if irregular, would not 1897 2, 183 | too it behooves him to be ~subject to the latter's authority 1898 2, 184 | Obey your prelates, and be subject to them." Therefore it ~ 1899 2, 184 | own needs without being ~subject to superiors, they are free 1900 2, 184 | though ~all human affairs are subject, yet some are subject to 1901 2, 184 | are subject, yet some are subject to it alone in a ~special 1902 2, 185 | weeds of mourning may be a subject of ostentation, ~all the 1903 2, 185 | weeds of ~mourning may be a subject of ostentation."~Aquin.: 1904 2, 187 | the law whereby one man is subject to ~another considers what 1905 2, 187 | religious. ~Such a vow is subject to the ordinance of the 1906 2, 187 | the son, through being subject to his father, is not hindered 1907 3, 1 | mutable, corporeal, ~and subject to penalty, but it did not 1908 3, 1 | all things are equally ~subject; but that there was not 1909 3, 1 | A[5], ad 3), in the same subject, ~perfection is subsequent 1910 3, 2 | come or ~go without the subject being corrupted. But human 1911 3, 2 | motion, depends on ~the subject. And since this union has 1912 3, 2 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the subject of grace is the soul. But 1913 3, 3 | resolution, i.e. as if the subject of the ~relation and the 1914 3, 4 | proper ~principles of the subject. Therefore a creature is 1915 3, 4 | inasmuch as they are not subject to generation and corruption; 1916 3, 4 | angelic nature in some is the subject of sin, ~their sin is irremediable, 1917 3, 4 | sin, to which Adam was ~subject, whom Christ "brought out 1918 3, 7 | which are defective by the subject's defect, but whatever ~ 1919 3, 7 | to it on the part of ~the subject, in which sin is found. 1920 3, 7 | But on the part of the subject there is said ~to be the 1921 3, 7 | which has ~reference to the subject, in comparison with what 1922 3, 7 | soul ~of Christ, as in a subject, and Christ's soul is a 1923 3, 7 | since it ~cannot exceed its subject. Secondly it may be viewed 1924 3, 7 | First on the part of the subject; secondly, on the part of 1925 3, 7 | itself. On the part of the subject, indeed, when the subject 1926 3, 7 | subject, indeed, when the subject reaches the ~utmost limit 1927 3, 7 | increase is excluded when a ~subject reaches the utmost perfection 1928 3, 7 | increased on the part of the subject, since Christ as man was 1929 3, 7 | also on the part of the subject, since they have not yet 1930 3, 8 | formally to sanctify its subject, is the reason of the ~justification 1931 3, 8 | is head of the multitude subject to him. And in this way 1932 3, 9 | fashion, both as regards the ~subject receiving and as regards 1933 3, 10 | inasmuch as all things ~are subject to Him. Moreover, He has 1934 3, 10 | received into matter or ~a subject; and this infinite of itself 1935 3, 10 | according to that particular subject. Now it is a property of 1936 3, 11 | viz. that it is nowise subject to its body, or dependent ~ 1937 3, 11 | the body and in a measure ~subject to and dependent upon it. 1938 3, 11 | regards what it has from the subject receiving it. Now with ~ 1939 3, 11 | soul of Christ befitted the subject receiving it. For ~the received 1940 3, 11 | goodness, but that its subject is a being and a good. And 1941 3, 11 | to the goodness of the subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 1942 3, 12 | substance upon Himself, was ~subject in obedience to the instructions 1943 3, 12 | even Christ wished to be subject to the ~ordinations of the 1944 3, 12 | order the human body is subject to the ~celestial bodies, 1945 3, 12 | Now ~Christ's body was subject to the impressions of the 1946 3, 12 | Therefore His human mind was subject to the illuminations of ~ 1947 3, 12 | Dionysius says that Christ was subject to the angelic ~instructions, 1948 3, 12 | Hence His body was rightly subject to the impression ~of heavenly 1949 3, 12 | bodies; but His soul was not subject to the impression of ~heavenly 1950 3, 13 | who had a body entirely subject to the soul, so that nothing 1951 3, 13 | nourishment and ~growth are not subject to the bidding of reason 1952 3, 13 | since natural ~things are subject to God alone Who is the 1953 3, 13 | Therefore ~they were not subject in Christ. Therefore Christ' 1954 3, 13 | His own body was wholly subject to His power. Nevertheless, 1955 3, 13 | of Himself that was not subject to His will. ~Secondly, 1956 3, 14 | the obligation of being subject to these defects?~(3) Whether 1957 3, 14 | of God to assume ~flesh subject to human infirmities, in 1958 3, 14 | by the Son of God to ~be subject to human infirmities and 1959 3, 14 | known to men only as it is subject to these ~defects, if the 1960 3, 14 | satisfying; but His body was subject to infirmities, that the 1961 3, 14 | relationship in Christ was subject to the will of His Godhead, ~ 1962 3, 14 | Christ was of necessity subject to these defects?~Aquin.: 1963 3, 14 | Christ was not of necessity subject to these ~defects. For it 1964 3, 14 | Christ was not of necessity ~subject to bodily defects.~Aquin.: 1965 3, 14 | matter, ~Christ's body was subject to the necessity of death 1966 3, 14 | its own natural condition subject to necessity in regard to 1967 3, 14 | mother, whose flesh was subject to these ~defects. Therefore 1968 3, 15 | powers of the soul were subject to the reason, and ~the 1969 3, 15 | part of the soul, make it subject to reason, and so much the ~ 1970 3, 15 | in ~original sin, to be subject to the necessity of pain. 1971 3, 15 | Flesh conceived in sin is subject to pain, not merely on ~ 1972 3, 15 | otherwise the just man would be subject to fortune if he was ~saddened 1973 3, 15 | although their bodies ~are subject to death, yet they are called 1974 3, 16 | forms signified by the ~subject and predicate are most widely 1975 3, 16 | necessarily in remote matter, the subject ~signifying one form and 1976 3, 16 | may be ~predicated of the subject. But this is true: "God 1977 3, 16 | that Nature which can be subject ~to no injury, yet makes 1978 3, 16 | But God cannot be the ~subject of change, according to 1979 3, 16 | God was made man," the subject of ~the making or uniting 1980 3, 16 | Now that seems to be the subject of the making, to which 1981 3, 16 | absolutely determines ~either the subject or the predicate; and in 1982 3, 16 | taken as ~affecting the subject, with this meaning - that 1983 3, 16 | 4: A term placed in the subject is taken materially, i.e. 1984 3, 16 | Nevertheless, if on the part of the subject there is added some word ~ 1985 3, 16 | taken in this way ~for the subject of the making, e.g. if it 1986 3, 16 | because the term placed in the subject is not taken formally so 1987 3, 16 | suppositum when placed in the subject, and refers to the nature 1988 3, 16 | reduplication, rather than of the subject of the proposition; as when 1989 3, 16 | 2: Man as placed in the subject refers to the suppositum - 1990 3, 16 | because of its matter or subject - and to be in act belongs 1991 3, 17 | both; but it ~refers to the subject. And thus "both" does not 1992 3, 18 | that His will was truly subject to His Father,' as if we 1993 3, 18 | that man's will ought to be subject to God's will?"~Aquin.: 1994 3, 18 | against, but rather ~being subject to, His Divine and omnipotent 1995 3, 19 | elemental bodies, are not subject to reason; consequently 1996 3, 20 | Father, e.g. that He was subject to Him, that He prayed ~ 1997 3, 20 | inquiry:~(1) Whether Christ is subject to the Father?~(2) Whether 1998 3, 20 | Father?~(2) Whether He is subject to Himself?~Aquin.: SMT 1999 3, 20 | we may say that Christ is subject to the Father?~Aquin.: SMT 2000 3, 20 | not say that Christ was subject to the ~Father. For everything


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