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St. Thomas Aquinas
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2001 3, 20 | Father. For everything subject to the Father is a creature, 2002 3, 20 | say simply that Christ is ~subject to God the Father.~Aquin.: 2003 3, 20 | Further, a thing is said to be subject to God when it is ~subservient 2004 3, 20 | His human nature is not subject to God the ~Father.~Aquin.: 2005 3, 20 | Son also Himself shall be subject unto Him ~that put all things 2006 3, 20 | see ~not as yet all things subject to Him." Hence He is not 2007 3, 20 | Him." Hence He is not yet subject to the ~Father, Who has 2008 3, 20 | confusion." Now the less is subject to the greater. Therefore 2009 3, 20 | of a servant Christ is subject to the Father.~Aquin.: SMT 2010 3, 20 | Divine goodness, being subject, so to say, to the rays 2011 3, 20 | Secondly, human nature is subject to God, as regards God's 2012 3, 20 | even as every creature, is subject to the ~operation of the 2013 3, 20 | human nature is especially ~subject to God through its proper 2014 3, 20 | Hier. ~iv) that Christ "is subject to the ordinance of God 2015 3, 20 | Judith 16:17), being subject to His ordinance, according 2016 3, 20 | understand that ~Christ is subject to the Father not simply 2017 3, 20 | nothing ~prevents Christ being subject or servant to the Father 2018 3, 20 | then He will be totally subject to ~the Father not only 2019 3, 20 | all things will be fully subject ~to Him by the final accomplishment 2020 3, 20 | even now all things are subject to Him as regards His power, 2021 3, 20 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ is subject to Himself?~Aquin.: SMT 2022 3, 20 | seem that Christ is not subject to Himself. For Cyril ~says 2023 3, 20 | Father inasmuch as He is subject to Him. Hence Christ is 2024 3, 20 | Him. Hence Christ is not subject ~to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 2025 3, 20 | and consequently to be subject to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 2026 3, 20 | Now man is not said ~to be subject to himself or servant to 2027 3, 20 | himself ~because his body is subject to his soul. Therefore, 2028 3, 20 | Christ is not said to ~be subject to Himself because His Manhood 2029 3, 20 | Himself because His Manhood is subject to His Godhead.~Aquin.: 2030 3, 20 | His own servant and is ~subject to Himself.~Aquin.: SMT 2031 3, 20 | is less than Himself or subject to Himself. ~Secondly, it 2032 3, 20 | He agrees with us, He is ~subject and serves, and in this 2033 3, 20 | Lord, Ruler, whereas to be subject or servant or less is to 2034 3, 20 | a man may be said to be ~subject and subservient to Himself 2035 3, 20 | the Son is less than, or subject to, Himself in ~His human 2036 3, 21 | to show that man should subject his own ~will to the Divine 2037 3, 22 | to God; and such a one is subject to the priesthood by sharing ~ 2038 3, 23 | also to be subservient or subject to ~God, regards not only 2039 3, 24 | pre-ordains. Now that which is the subject of a ~form or nature in 2040 3, 26 | be in that which is the ~subject of grace, viz. the rational 2041 3, 27 | which the whole nature is subject, so as to enter into Paradise 2042 3, 27 | away except by grace, the subject of which is the rational 2043 3, 27 | creature alone can be the subject ~of sin; before the infusion 2044 3, 27 | concupiscence, not entirely subject to reason: and therefore, ~ 2045 3, 27 | soul, nor ~dwell in a body subject to sins."~Aquin.: SMT TP 2046 3, 28 | remaining ~under one form, but subject to transformation. And though 2047 3, 30 | of mind to which a man is subject." Wherefore both to Zachary ~ 2048 3, 31 | Christ in the patriarchs was subject to sin?~(8) Whether Christ 2049 3, 31 | blood, the flow of which is subject to monthly periods, has 2050 3, 31 | in the patriarchs, it was subject to sin. Therefore the flesh 2051 3, 31 | was in the patriarchs, was subject to sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 2052 3, 31 | for the patriarchs were subject to sin, ~whereas Christ 2053 3, 31 | existing in Christ, was not ~subject to sin, therefore in Adam 2054 3, 31 | of his body that was not subject to sin, and from which ~ 2055 3, 31 | flesh of the human race subject ~to sin, but cleansed from 2056 3, 31 | ad lit. x). But all flesh subject to ~sin needed healing. 2057 3, 31 | therefore Christ's flesh was the subject of ~sin, as stated above ( 2058 3, 31 | flesh is said to have been subject to sin, ~according as it 2059 3, 32 | conception are in the same subject; since they differ in our ~ 2060 3, 33 | been at the same time the subject of two forms. Therefore 2061 3, 33 | operation of which power is subject to ~time.~Aquin.: SMT TP 2062 3, 33 | power of that which ~is the subject of increase: but the formation 2063 3, 35 | ways: first, ~as to its subject; secondly, as to its terminus. 2064 3, 35 | is attributed as to its subject: and this, properly speaking, 2065 3, 35 | hypostasis as to ~the proper subject of being born, but not to 2066 3, 35 | is denominated from the subject ~moved, but from the terminus 2067 3, 35 | the movement, whence the subject has its ~species. For this 2068 3, 35 | regards the person as its subject, the nature as ~its terminus. 2069 3, 35 | transformations to be in ~the same subject: yet must they be diversified 2070 3, 35 | the humanity were ~first subject to conception and birth, 2071 3, 35 | others, ~considering only the subject of filiation, which is the 2072 3, 35 | of its cause or of its ~subject. For if it were considered 2073 3, 35 | relations being in the ~same subject. Thus if a man teach grammar 2074 3, 35 | same time be in the same subject, it is impossible for ~several 2075 3, 35 | eternal. Since, however, the subject of filiation is neither 2076 3, 35 | But if we consider ~the subject of filiation, which can 2077 3, 35 | by which the ~creature is subject to God. And although lordship 2078 3, 35 | Christ if there were in Him a subject capable of such filiation. 2079 3, 35 | need in some way to ~be the subject of filiation, just as in 2080 3, 35 | just as in a way it is the subject of ~nativity; for since 2081 3, 35 | be that his teeth are the subject of whiteness. But human ~ 2082 3, 35 | nature can nowise be the subject of filiation, because this 2083 3, 35 | that, whereas they are born subject to the restrictions of time, 2084 3, 37 | just as Christ, though not subject to the Law, wished, ~nevertheless, 2085 3, 37 | nevertheless, she was not subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[37] A[ 2086 3, 38 | Therefore it was not the ~subject of a general commandment 2087 3, 39 | be hidden ~while He was subject to the defects of infancy. 2088 3, 40 | on account of its being subject to heat, moisture, cold, 2089 3, 44 | soul, nor dwell in a body ~subject to sins." Now it was unfitting 2090 3, 44 | that every ~creature be subject thereto. Consequently it 2091 3, 46 | guile, and whom he held subject in servitude by a sort ~ 2092 3, 46 | because such pain is not subject to reason, but follows ~ 2093 3, 46 | suffers by ~a passion in the subject on which it is based; as 2094 3, 46 | affected as regards its ~subject, because all the faculties 2095 3, 46 | fruition, inasmuch as it is the subject of the higher part of the 2096 3, 46 | contraries from being in the same subject, but not according to the 2097 3, 46 | Passion according to the subject. Grief ~of the Passion belongs 2098 3, 46 | Christ's Passion was ~subject to His will. But His will 2099 3, 46 | decay of nature nor to be subject to ~disease, as stated above ( 2100 3, 47 | of God." It was ~also a subject of wonder in Christ's death 2101 3, 47 | injustice upon a willing subject. But Christ suffered willingly, 2102 3, 48 | Now the soul, which is the subject of sin, is of ~greater account 2103 3, 48 | inducing him to sin, man was subject to the devil's bondage. ~ 2104 3, 49 | the body, which was the ~subject of suffering, and was thereby 2105 3, 50 | were all their lifetime ~subject to servitude." Fourthly, 2106 3, 50 | because the soul is not subject to the power of the body, ~ 2107 3, 50 | animal that ~by death the subject ceases to be man or animal; 2108 3, 50 | the ~soul, which is the subject of the character of order: 2109 3, 50 | from the identity of the subject. But ~Christ's body living 2110 3, 51 | 1: Since Christ was not subject to sin, neither was He prone ~ 2111 3, 51 | OBJ 2: Christ's body was a subject of corruption according 2112 3, 52 | incorporeal, cannot be a subject of local ~motion; for this 2113 3, 52 | the righteous of old were subject to penal sufferings before 2114 3, 53 | so long as a man lives, subject to the ~necessity of dying, 2115 3, 54 | that it is ~spiritual, i.e. subject to the spirit, as the Apostle 2116 3, 54 | the body to be entirely subject to the spirit, ~it is necessary 2117 3, 54 | body's every action to be subject to the will of ~the spirit. 2118 3, 54 | Whatever is received within a subject is received according ~to 2119 3, 54 | received according ~to the subject's capacity. Therefore, since 2120 3, 56 | and wicked alike, ~who are subject to His judgment.~Aquin.: 2121 3, 57 | by place, and can be the subject of motion. In this sense, ~ 2122 3, 57 | place is due to the nobler subject, ~whether it be a place 2123 3, 58 | him. But Christ as man is "subject unto" the Father, as is 2124 3, 58 | OBJ 2: Christ as man is subject to the Father, if "as" denote 2125 3, 59 | men with ~regard to those subject to their jurisdiction. Hence 2126 3, 59 | see not as yet all things subject to" ~Christ. Therefore it 2127 3, 59 | evident ~that all things are subject to His judgment. This is 2128 3, 59 | Reply OBJ 2: All things are subject to Christ in respect of 2129 3, 59 | all things are not yet subject to Him: this will ~come 2130 3, 59 | perfectly upon any changeable ~subject before its consummation: 2131 3, 59 | judgment. But the body remains subject to change down to the ~close 2132 3, 59 | angels the world to come" - subject namely to ~Christ - "of 2133 3, 59 | we speak'] [*The words ~"subject namely to Christ" are from 2134 3, 60 | healthy through being the ~subject of health: but medicine 2135 3, 61 | through confessing that he is subject to corporeal things, ~seeing 2136 3, 61 | for just as ~the mind was subject to God, so were the lower 2137 3, 61 | lower powers of the soul subject ~to the mind, and the body 2138 3, 62 | ad lit. xii). But the subject of grace is the human mind, 2139 3, 62 | sacraments; neither as in a subject, because the subject of 2140 3, 62 | in a subject, because the subject of grace ~is not a body 2141 3, 62 | it cannot pass from one ~subject to another. Therefore it 2142 3, 62 | sacrament not as in its subject; ~nor as in a vessel considered 2143 3, 62 | accident does not pass from one subject to ~another, nevertheless 2144 3, 62 | from its cause into its ~subject through the instrument; 2145 3, 62 | cannot be in a corporeal subject, after ~the manner of a 2146 3, 62 | privation save by informing the subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[62] A[ 2147 3, 63 | character?~(4) What is its subject?~(5) Is it indelible?~(6) 2148 3, 63 | does not seem to be the subject of ~anything save habit 2149 3, 63 | but rather a power: the subject ~of which is nothing else 2150 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The subject is ascribed to an. accident 2151 3, 63 | deputed. ~Therefore the subject should be ascribed to a 2152 3, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The subject of the natural power, which 2153 3, 63 | firmly does it adhere ~to its subject. But grace is more perfect 2154 3, 63 | destroyed. Since, therefore, the subject of a character is the soul 2155 3, 63 | complete form is in its subject according to ~the condition 2156 3, 63 | to ~the condition of the subject. And since the soul as long 2157 3, 66 | is, into man who is the ~subject of true sanctification. 2158 3, 67 | authority over man, but to be subject to him ~[Vulg.: 'but to 2159 3, 68 | while their body remains ~subject to the oldness of sin, according 2160 3, 68 | Consequently they cannot be ~subject to the action of man, so 2161 3, 68 | salvation. They can, however, be subject to the action ~of God, in 2162 3, 69 | defects to which he is ~subject, man may receive the crown 2163 3, 69 | truly repent, should not be subject to it. He ~did not, however, 2164 3, 69 | the baptized are still subject to death and the other ~ 2165 3, 69 | opened to none that are subject to punishment: as ~is clear 2166 3, 69 | OBJ 3: The baptized are subject to death and the penalties 2167 3, 70 | privation save by informing the subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 2168 3, 71 | Further, so long as man is a subject of sin, the devil has power ~ 2169 3, 71 | fact that the latter is subject to original, ~or even actual, 2170 3, 71 | who are not baptized ~are subject to the power of the demons, 2171 3, 72 | grace, not so as to be the ~subject of grace, but only as the 2172 3, 72 | species ~cannot be in the same subject. Since, therefore, man receives 2173 3, 75 | primary matter, so ~that a subject can exist without a form, 2174 3, 75 | succeeds another in the subject; and ~therefore the first 2175 3, 75 | change there must be ~some subject, which from being previously 2176 3, 75 | in potentiality." But no subject can be assigned for the 2177 3, 75 | substance for it "not to be in a subject," as it is said in Praedic. 2178 3, 75 | each other ~in the same subject; but also the change of 2179 3, 75 | to be in matter or in a subject; but it does ~not hold good 2180 3, 75 | both substances as in a ~subject, just as order and number.~ 2181 3, 75 | must be in some matter or ~subject. But this is not so in a 2182 3, 75 | substance; for in ~this case no subject is possible.~Aquin.: SMT 2183 3, 75 | although our faith is not subject to reason, still it is ~ 2184 3, 75 | accidents of bread to remain subject to the senses, and ~for 2185 3, 75 | taken place seems to ~be the subject of change. If therefore 2186 3, 75 | that the accidents are the ~subject of the change. But this 2187 3, 75 | change has not properly a subject, as was stated above ~(A[ 2188 3, 75 | have some ~resemblance of a subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 2189 3, 75 | it is acquired by its ~subject successively, such as health; 2190 3, 75 | Secondly on the part of the subject, which sometimes is prepared ~ 2191 3, 75 | successively. ~When, however, the subject itself is in the ultimate 2192 3, 75 | conversion there is ~no subject to be disposed successively. 2193 3, 75 | because the bread is not the subject of the making, but rather 2194 3, 75 | them is there any common subject belonging ~to either of 2195 3, 75 | for the same matter or subject remains in natural ~transmutation; 2196 3, 75 | Again, since there is no subject of this conversion, the 2197 3, 75 | conversion by reason of the subject, are not to be ~granted 2198 3, 75 | to the opposite follows a subject, by reason whereof we ~say 2199 3, 75 | proper as the former: for the subject of ~whiteness, in which 2200 3, 75 | part thereof; ~whereas the subject of the form of air is part 2201 3, 75 | creation, because there is ~no subject, it is not said that one 2202 3, 75 | something common in the subject. And for the same reason 2203 3, 75 | transmutations by reason ~of the subject: for instance, when we say 2204 3, 75 | implies ~together with the subject, one of the extremes of 2205 3, 75 | that ~other because of the subject which is implied. And therefore, 2206 3, 75 | therefore, since there ~is no subject of this change, the comparison 2207 3, 75 | potentiality belongs to the subject, ~whereas there is no subject 2208 3, 75 | subject, ~whereas there is no subject in this conversion. And 2209 3, 76 | one be separate from its subject, and the other in ~a natural 2210 3, 76 | naturally be in the same ~subject at the same time, so that 2211 3, 76 | Christ's body is not the subject of those ~dimensions, as 2212 3, 76 | be verified of the same subject. But ~Christ's body is at 2213 3, 76 | any thing is one, as to subject, and manifold in ~being, 2214 3, 76 | according to the ~motion of the subject in which it is.~Aquin.: 2215 3, 77 | which remain are without a subject?~(2) Whether dimensive quantity 2216 3, 77 | dimensive quantity is the subject of the other accidents?~( 2217 3, 77 | this sacrament without a subject?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 2218 3, 77 | this sacrament ~without a subject, because there ought not 2219 3, 77 | accidents to be without a ~subject is contrary to the order 2220 3, 77 | signs of the nature of the subject. Therefore the accidents 2221 3, 77 | accidents are not ~without a subject in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 2222 3, 77 | accident for it to be ~in a subject, while the definition of 2223 3, 77 | accidents exist without a subject in this sacrament.~Aquin.: 2224 3, 77 | accident is individuated by its subject. If therefore ~the accidents 2225 3, 77 | this sacrament without a subject, they will not ~be individual, 2226 3, 77 | do not remain without a subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 2227 3, 77 | species remain without a subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 2228 3, 77 | remain, "it could not ~be a subject," as Boethius declares ( 2229 3, 77 | surrounding atmosphere ~as in a subject. But even this cannot be: 2230 3, 77 | accidents do ~not pass from subject to subject, so that the 2231 3, 77 | not pass from subject to subject, so that the same identical 2232 3, 77 | which was first in one subject be afterwards in another; 2233 3, 77 | accident is individuated by the subject; hence it cannot come to 2234 3, 77 | to be at one time in one ~subject, and at another time in 2235 3, 77 | this sacrament ~without a subject. This can be done by Divine 2236 3, 77 | for an accident to be in a subject, still for a special ~reason, 2237 3, 77 | this ~sacrament without a subject, on account of the reasons 2238 3, 77 | being of itself without a subject," nor is the ~definition 2239 3, 77 | accident - "a being in a subject"; but it belongs to the ~ 2240 3, 77 | have existence not in a subject"; ~while it belongs to the 2241 3, 77 | to have ~existence in a subject." But in this sacrament 2242 3, 77 | that accidents are not in a subject, but through the Divine ~ 2243 3, 77 | the bread or wine is ~the subject of the other accidents?~ 2244 3, 77 | bread or wine is not the subject of the other accidents. 2245 3, 77 | For accident is ~not the subject of accident; because no 2246 3, 77 | because no form can be a subject, since to ~be a subject 2247 3, 77 | subject, since to ~be a subject is a property of matter. 2248 3, 77 | dimensive quantity cannot be the subject of the other ~accidents.~ 2249 3, 77 | dimensive quantity as in a subject, since every ~accident is 2250 3, 77 | individuated by its own subject.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 2251 3, 77 | dimensive quantity can be the subject of the ~accidents which 2252 3, 77 | quantity, which is not the subject of sensible qualities. Since, 2253 3, 77 | that is, by ~reason of the subject. But the qualities remaining 2254 3, 77 | dimensive quantity is the subject of the accidents ~which 2255 3, 77 | And because the first subject is matter, the consequence 2256 3, 77 | accidents are related to their subject through the medium ~of dimensive 2257 3, 77 | quantity; just as the first subject of color is said to be ~ 2258 3, 77 | iii. And since, when the ~subject is withdrawn, the accidents 2259 3, 77 | Thirdly, because, since the subject is the principle of individuation 2260 3, 77 | what is admitted as the subject of ~some accidents to be 2261 3, 77 | naturally in something ~as in a subject, from the very fact that 2262 3, 77 | dimensive quantity can be the subject of the other ~accidents, 2263 3, 77 | cannot of itself be the subject of another, ~because it 2264 3, 77 | thing, one is said to be the subject of the other, ~inasmuch 2265 3, 77 | as one is received in a subject through another, as the 2266 3, 77 | surface ~is said to be the subject of color. Hence when God 2267 3, 77 | can also be of itself the subject of another.~Aquin.: SMT 2268 3, 77 | dimensive quantity is the subject of the other ~accidents 2269 3, 77 | this ~sacrament without a subject, is not mathematical quantity.~ 2270 3, 77 | since they remain without ~a subject, as is evident from what 2271 3, 77 | accidentally, that is, when ~its subject is corrupted; hence self-subsisting 2272 3, 77 | species are forms ~without a subject. Therefore they cannot be 2273 3, 77 | corrupted naturally, because no subject ~of corruption can be assigned 2274 3, 77 | addition; and since it is the subject of sensible qualities, as 2275 3, 77 | it can likewise be the subject of their alteration, for ~ 2276 3, 77 | through the corruption of ~its subject, and in this way also they 2277 3, 77 | consecration; for although the subject does not remain, still the 2278 3, 77 | being ~which they had in the subject does remain, which being 2279 3, 77 | proper, and ~suited to the subject. And therefore such being 2280 3, 77 | of the bread or wine was subject to ~corruption, and, moreover, 2281 3, 77 | species retain without a ~subject, the same being as they 2282 3, 77 | same being as they had in a subject; just as a blind man, to ~ 2283 3, 77 | bread and wine to ~be the subject of subsequent forms. Now 2284 3, 77 | breaking, ~but without any subject. But this again contradicts 2285 3, 77 | many, and this must be the subject of the breaking.~Aquin.: 2286 3, 77 | quantity of the ~bread, as in a subject, just as the other accidents. 2287 3, 77 | accidents are without a subject, as stated above (A[1]). 2288 3, 77 | the ~accidents change the subject, just as subject changes 2289 3, 77 | change the subject, just as subject changes accidents; for ~ 2290 3, 77 | thereof will be without a subject ~while the other is in a 2291 3, 77 | while the other is in a subject; as in a body that is made 2292 3, 77 | they are present without a subject, still they are opposed 2293 3, 78 | changed is implied in the subject of this ~phrase, just as 2294 3, 78 | noun be inserted in the subject, so that it ~be said: "This 2295 3, 78 | body, since the body is the subject of ~the Passion. This is 2296 3, 78 | spoken, yet not so that the subject may be understood to have 2297 3, 78 | Christ; nor again that the subject be understood to ~stand 2298 3, 78 | noun on the part of the subject, but only a pronoun, ~which 2299 3, 79 | not the body which is the subject of ~grace, but the soul, 2300 3, 79 | body is not the immediate subject of ~grace, still the effect 2301 3, 82 | miraculous events are not subject to ~human laws. Nevertheless 2302 3, 83 | of temporal affairs is ~subject to the ruling of secular 2303 3, 84 | 2: The old life that was subject to death is the object of ~ 2304 3, 85 | does it belong?~(4) Of its subject;~(5) Of its cause;~(6) Of 2305 3, 85 | blackness from the same subject: ~but penance removes every 2306 3, 85 | between parties of whom one is subject to the other, as a servant 2307 3, 85 | as the thing which is the subject of distribution or ~commutation. 2308 3, 85 | the will is properly the subject of penance?~Aquin.: SMT 2309 3, 85 | It would seem that the subject of penance is not properly 2310 3, 85 | concupiscible part as its subject; secondly, in so far as 2311 3, 85 | nature, if we consider the subject, i.e. the order of the material ~ 2312 3, 87 | cannot be in one who is a subject of mortal sin.~Aquin.: SMT 2313 3, 88 | the ~penitent purposing to subject himself to the keys of the 2314 3, 89 | different dispositions of the subject, as stated in the FS, Q[ 2315 Suppl, 2 | thinking, in so far as it is subject to ~the free-will, is a 2316 Suppl, 2 | contingent, in so far as it is subject to the free-will; and ~yet 2317 Suppl, 2 | must needs be in the same ~subject in which the hardness of 2318 Suppl, 3 | which that ~same part is the subject: and likewise, neither is 2319 Suppl, 3 | which destroys its own ~subject. But the sorrow of contrition, 2320 Suppl, 3 | the safeguarding of the subject, and ~of that general well-being 2321 Suppl, 6 | OBJ 3: Further, Job was subject only to the natural law. 2322 Suppl, 6 | precepts of positive law are subject to dispensation by the ~ 2323 Suppl, 8 | would be prejudicial to the subject's own priest, if he ~were 2324 Suppl, 8 | Divine command ~cannot be the subject of a command or privilege 2325 Suppl, 8 | superior can do whatever his subject can do. But the priest ~ 2326 Suppl, 8 | he should not believe his subject, but, ~as far as possible, 2327 Suppl, 8 | certainty than by believing his subject, because ~this is necessary 2328 Suppl, 8 | necessary that he may help his subject's conscience. Consequently ~ 2329 Suppl, 8 | absolve a man who is not his subject, when ~he is in danger of 2330 Suppl, 9 | known to the priest, and subject ~himself to the keys of 2331 Suppl, 9 | part of a sacrament it is subject to the ~judgment of the 2332 Suppl, 11| the sin of a ~prior who is subject to him, which sin would 2333 Suppl, 11| excommunication, for he is not subject to his superior, save as 2334 Suppl, 12| equality is set up in the subject that has suffered an ~injustice. 2335 Suppl, 12| the patient be the same ~subject as the agent, as when anyone 2336 Suppl, 13| things. And so his conduct is subject to a certain measure, ~viz. 2337 Suppl, 14| but by strengthening the subject, so ~that he is more able 2338 Suppl, 14| removed, ~neither can the subject be strengthened.~Aquin.: 2339 Suppl, 16| Whether an angel can be the subject of penance?~Aquin.: SMT 2340 Suppl, 16| good or bad angel can be a subject of ~penance. For fear is 2341 Suppl, 16| Orth. ii, 4) that man is subject to ~penance on account of 2342 Suppl, 17| genus, viz. "power," the subject of the ~power, viz. the " 2343 Suppl, 17| due matter, i.e. a people subject through ~jurisdiction, so 2344 Suppl, 19| should profit those who are subject to him.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 2345 Suppl, 20| priest can always absolve his subject?~(3) Whether anyone can 2346 Suppl, 20| priest can always absolve his subject?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 2347 Suppl, 20| cannot always absolve his subject. ~For, as Augustine says ( 2348 Suppl, 20| in a sin committed by his subject, e.g. by knowledge of a 2349 Suppl, 20| knowledge of a woman ~who is his subject. Therefore it seems that 2350 Suppl, 20| priest cannot absolve his subject from graver sins, but ~should 2351 Suppl, 20| a priest can absolve his subject from any sins ~whatever.~ 2352 Suppl, 20| keys, is a person who is subject, as ~stated above (Q[19], 2353 Suppl, 20| respect of one who is not his subject.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[20] A[ 2354 Suppl, 20| requires ~to be exercised on a subject, and therefore on someone 2355 Suppl, 20| else, for no man ~can be subject to himself.~Aquin.: SMT 2356 Suppl, 22| bishop confesses to his subject, or one ~priest confesses 2357 Suppl, 24| any priest can absolve his subject from excommunication?~(2) 2358 Suppl, 24| any priest can absolve his subject from excommunication? ~Aquin.: 2359 Suppl, 24| any priest can absolve his subject from ~excommunication. For 2360 Suppl, 24| any priest can absolve his subject from sin. ~Therefore much 2361 Suppl, 24| priest can ~absolve (his subject) from that mortal sin, he 2362 Suppl, 24| even though he be not ~subject to him, unless, by reason 2363 Suppl, 26| property of the multitude subject to ~him, and so it seems 2364 Suppl, 26| bishops, this power resides subject to ~the Pope's ordination, 2365 Suppl, 35| require another ~in the same subject. Hence even in the early 2366 Suppl, 36| recognized by the Church, his subject must receive the sacraments 2367 Suppl, 37| power is, the less is it subject to multiplication. Now the ~ 2368 Suppl, 39| and power are in the same subject, according to the ~Philosopher ( 2369 Suppl, 39| and power are in the same subject; yet sometimes a ~power, 2370 Suppl, 39| likeness. Now a woman is a subject by her nature, whereas a 2371 Suppl, 40| those whom he absolves are ~subject to him. But he can consecrate 2372 Suppl, 40| one bishop should not be subject to another, as ~stated in 2373 Suppl, 40| Therefore bishops are subject to someone even by divine 2374 Suppl, 41| that one, it inclines one subject ~more to one of those offices, 2375 Suppl, 41| those offices, and another subject more to another, ~according 2376 Suppl, 42| their determination which is subject to ~variation according 2377 Suppl, 43| another ~if they wish it, subject to the judgment of the Church.~ 2378 Suppl, 43| which ~notably weakens the subject (as epilepsy or paralysis), 2379 Suppl, 44| and on something as its ~subject - for instance in the things 2380 Suppl, 44| whereas on the part of the subject there is numerical diversity. 2381 Suppl, 47| made simply if it is made subject to ~a condition. But in 2382 Suppl, 50| be rendered an ~unlawful subject of marriage by any of the 2383 Suppl, 51| render a ~person an unlawful subject of marriage. But (the Master) 2384 Suppl, 52| the ~offspring who become subject to the same condition by 2385 Suppl, 52| which our will ought to be subject, it follows that the validity 2386 Suppl, 52| even as a ~slave is not so subject to his master as not to 2387 Suppl, 52| preserved, so he is not subject to him to ~the extent of 2388 Suppl, 52| husband can in like manner subject himself to a ~master, without 2389 Suppl, 52| answer that, A husband is subject to his wife in those things 2390 Suppl, 54| thus tied together are the subject of this tie. while "carnal ~ 2391 Suppl, 54| more in common with the subject nourished ~than with that 2392 Suppl, 54| things she ought to be ~subject to her father as proceeding 2393 Suppl, 54| should be to a certain extent subject ~to her husband. The secondary 2394 Suppl, 54| office; wherefore it is more subject to the control of the Church' 2395 Suppl, 55| through the ~corruption of its subject, in another way by the removal 2396 Suppl, 55| through the corruption of the subject, ~that is of one of the 2397 Suppl, 55| should not be in ~the same subject by reason of different things. 2398 Suppl, 55| propinquity can itself be the subject of degrees. Now affinity 2399 Suppl, 56| because she is not a fit subject, and not because ~spiritual 2400 Suppl, 57| For the child should be subject to ~its father. Now, sometimes 2401 Suppl, 57| sacraments of the Church are not subject to human ~laws. Now marriage 2402 Suppl, 57| because he is not a fit ~subject of spirituality.~Aquin.: 2403 Suppl, 58| mistaken, seeing that the subject of the ~impediment has completed 2404 Suppl, 64| that to ~which women are subject at stated periods when they 2405 Suppl, 64| When ~however the woman is subject to a natural issue of the 2406 Suppl, 64| 3: As long as a woman is subject to the menses it cannot 2407 Suppl, 64| about those goods which are subject to our ~will, and those 2408 Suppl, 65| to ~be withstood by his subject, he is not therefore bound 2409 Suppl, 65| bound not to withstand ~his subject. Hence it does not follow 2410 Suppl, 67| things: and this course is subject to a twofold change. First, 2411 Suppl, 70| separated from it, nor is a subject severed ~from its natural 2412 Suppl, 70| change so long as their subject remains. But the aforesaid 2413 Suppl, 70| able belong to the same ~subject, it follows that the subject 2414 Suppl, 70| subject, it follows that the subject of a power is the same as 2415 Suppl, 70| united soul and body as their subject, but to ~the soul as their 2416 Suppl, 70| principle but also as their subject. ~Therefore, since so long 2417 Suppl, 70| since so long as the proper subject remains its proper ~passions 2418 Suppl, 70| natural passions to their subject, but as compared to their ~ 2419 Suppl, 70| be punished by being made subject to a bodily thing ~by suffering 2420 Suppl, 70| in a place so as to be ~subject to place. But the corporeal 2421 Suppl, 71| whatever is ordinately ~subject to the Divine power. On 2422 Suppl, 72| corporeal thing ~cannot be the subject of the stain of sin, nevertheless, 2423 Suppl, 72| corporeal elements cannot be the subject of sin, ~nevertheless, from 2424 Suppl, 72| movements whereby they are subject to time, and the lack of 2425 Suppl, 74| matter of the lower bodies is subject to variation according to 2426 Suppl, 75| all were born debtors and subject to evil. Hence ~the forgiveness 2427 Suppl, 76| in the matter of things subject to generation and ~corruption, 2428 Suppl, 76| On the other hand, things subject to generation ~and corruption 2429 Suppl, 76| the form of other things subject to generation ~and corruption 2430 Suppl, 77| this nutrimental humor is ~subject to ebb and flow the restoration 2431 Suppl, 77| In the matter of things subject to generation and ~corruption 2432 Suppl, 78| Cor. 15:24. Now woman is subject to man in the ~natural order. 2433 Suppl, 78| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Woman is subject to man on account of the 2434 Suppl, 78| inasmuch as the body ~will be subject to reason.~Aquin.: SMT XP 2435 Suppl, 79| speaking now: for matter is not subject to one of two ~contraries, 2436 Suppl, 79| contains will be perfectly subject to the rational soul, even 2437 Suppl, 79| the soul will be perfectly subject to God. Wherefore it will 2438 Suppl, 79| the glorified body to be subject to any change contrary to ~ 2439 Suppl, 79| because it will be immutably ~subject to God, which was not the 2440 Suppl, 79| Further, negations are not subject to be more or less. Now ~ 2441 Suppl, 79| cannot be greater in one subject than in another.~Aquin.: 2442 Suppl, 79| or privation, it is not subject to be more or ~less, but 2443 Suppl, 79| diminished, yet they are subject to increase and ~diminution 2444 Suppl, 79| impassibility also is greater in one subject than in ~another, although 2445 Suppl, 79| impassibility, will not be subject to natural alteration. ~[*" 2446 Suppl, 79| Therefore they will not be subject ~to spiritual alteration 2447 Suppl, 79| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Every subject of passion receives the 2448 Suppl, 79| natural alteration, will be ~subject only to spiritual alteration 2449 Suppl, 80| which are most perfectly subject to their form, and are most ~ 2450 Suppl, 80| spiritual," as being ~wholly subject to the spirit. The first 2451 Suppl, 80| subjection whereby the body is ~subject to the soul is to the effect 2452 Suppl, 80| being, in so far as it is subject to the soul as matter to 2453 Suppl, 80| form; and ~secondly it is subject to the soul in respect of 2454 Suppl, 80| matter in not being perfectly subject to ~its form. For all that 2455 Suppl, 80| place, through being the subject of dimension, the aforesaid 2456 Suppl, 80| of a place are not in a subject unless they be in a placed 2457 Suppl, 80| the matter which is its subject. Thus then ~one line may 2458 Suppl, 80| because ~it is in another subject (in which case we are considering 2459 Suppl, 80| miracle a distinction of subject ~without a distinction of 2460 Suppl, 80| glorified body will be so ~subject to the spirit that it will 2461 Suppl, 80| its quantity will be so subject to the spirit's will ~that 2462 Suppl, 80| matter which at first is subject to ~a greater quantity is 2463 Suppl, 80| greater quantity is afterwards subject to a lesser. Some have held 2464 Suppl, 80| saying that quantity is subject ~to them at will, so that 2465 Suppl, 80| since the body is altogether subject to the spirit, it is ~in 2466 Suppl, 81| body will be altogether subject to the ~glorified soul, 2467 Suppl, 81| needs be most perfectly subject to the ~glorified soul. 2468 Suppl, 81| subtlety the body is ~wholly subject to the soul as its form, 2469 Suppl, 81| the gift of agility it is subject to the soul as its mover, ~ 2470 Suppl, 82| contrary disposition in their ~subject, since "light is the extreme 2471 Suppl, 82| will and therefore will be subject to the will, so as to be 2472 Suppl, 82| Now quantity will not be subject to the ~will, so that the 2473 Suppl, 82| quality of visibility be subject to ~the will, so that a 2474 Suppl, 83| bodies, which will be wholly subject to ~the spirit. Thus after 2475 Suppl, 83| may be received ~into a subject materially according to 2476 Suppl, 85| to those things which are subject to the Divine power ~alone, 2477 Suppl, 86| merits and demerits, are subject to Divine authority alone. ~ 2478 Suppl, 86| those who are judged are subject, wherefore ~it belongs to 2479 Suppl, 86| since all things ~are made subject to Him (Phil. 2:8,9). Hence, 2480 Suppl, 86| men, since they made men subject to them unjustly, ~yet this 2481 Suppl, 88| which nevertheless is a subject of local ~movement: and 2482 Suppl, 88| things are stated to be subject to him [*Ps. ~8:5, seqq.]. 2483 Suppl, 88| those things which are subject to ~the sun's power must 2484 Suppl, 88| movement, yet movement in a subject which thereby can acquire 2485 Suppl, 88| is nobler than rest in a subject ~which is altogether unable 2486 Suppl, 88| impossible for anything to be the subject of that renewal, ~unless 2487 Suppl, 88| renewal, ~unless it be a subject of incorruption. Now such 2488 Suppl, 89| passive intellect to be the subject of ~generation and corruption, 2489 Suppl, 89| defective likeness in a subject that has little whiteness 2490 Suppl, 89| amounts to the ~same as matter subject to privation, as stated 2491 Suppl, 90| description, being altogether ~subject to the spirit. Therefore, 2492 Suppl, 92| inseparably, and in this union is subject to the ~Word and ruled by 2493 Suppl, 93| and strife are in the same subject and about ~the same matter, 2494 Suppl, 93| that the soul is especially subject to the flesh; ~so much so 2495 Suppl, 93| and ~dispositions of the subject, because some are more susceptible 2496 Suppl, 93| body. Therefore the proper subject of an aureole is the soul 2497 Suppl, 93| reached their term are not subject to ~intension or remission. 2498 Suppl, 93| Therefore an aureole is not subject to ~intension or remission.~ 2499 Suppl, 93| Further, virginity is not subject to being more or less, since 2500 Suppl, 93| and privations are not subject to intension ~or remission.


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