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1 1, 3 | exceeding ~angry with His people" (Ps. 105:40). Therefore 2 1, 29 | deceive the simple, to make people profess many essences as 3 1, 31 | some kind of order. For "people" is a ~multitude of men 4 1, 39 | college, or an army, or a people; but we say that many men ~ 5 1, 39 | principle; ~as one of the people may be called the ruler 6 1, 39 | called the ruler of the people without being ~ruler of 7 1, 43 | to the ~column which the people followed in the desert, 8 1, 55 | in ~ourselves. For some people there are who cannot grasp 9 1, 61 | addressing an uncultured people, as yet incapable of ~understanding 10 1, 63 | inordinate ~passion, as some people are said to be naturally 11 1, 66 | intelligible to an ignorant people, except under the similitude 12 1, 66 | and water, to the ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato ( 13 1, 67 | was addressing an ignorant people, to whom material things 14 1, 68 | was speaking to ignorant people, and that out of ~condescension 15 1, 69 | 3: Moses put before the people such things only as were ~ 16 1, 70 | the need of guarding the people from the danger of idolatry: ~ 17 1, 70 | in order to withdraw his people from ~idolatry. Hence it 18 1, 72 | his folly. And thus ~some people presume to find fault with 19 1, 39 | college, or an army, or a people; but we say that many men ~ 20 1, 39 | principle; ~as one of the people may be called the ruler 21 1, 39 | called the ruler of the people without being ~ruler of 22 1, 43 | to the ~column which the people followed in the desert, 23 1, 56 | in ~ourselves. For some people there are who cannot grasp 24 1, 62 | addressing an uncultured people, as yet incapable of ~understanding 25 1, 64 | inordinate ~passion, as some people are said to be naturally 26 1, 67 | intelligible to an ignorant people, except under the similitude 27 1, 67 | and water, to the ignorant people to whom ~Moses spoke. Plato ( 28 1, 68 | was addressing an ignorant people, to whom material things 29 1, 69 | was speaking to ignorant people, and that out of ~condescension 30 1, 70 | 3: Moses put before the people such things only as were ~ 31 1, 71 | the need of guarding the people from the danger of idolatry: ~ 32 1, 71 | in order to withdraw his people from ~idolatry. Hence it 33 1, 71 | his folly. And thus ~some people presume to find fault with 34 1, 88 | lest he should see his people's afflictions (4 Kgs. ~22: 35 1, 95 | exist among a number of people unless under the ~presidency 36 1, 101 | cannot be ~crossed; and so people who have written about topography 37 1, 104 | faculty of nature; as when people ~are cured of a fever. Nor 38 1, 107 | the last, as ~the common people, while others hold a place 39 1, 110 | awake, as is seen in mad people, and the like. So, as this ~ 40 1, 110 | spoke many things to the people in ~parables, which He did 41 1, 110 | overturned Sodom, "struck the people of ~Sodom with blindness 42 1, 110 | the effect produced on the people of Sodom - namely, dazzling ~( 43 1, 112 | the setting free of the ~people of Israel, for whom Daniel 44 1, 112 | Daniel put up for that same people.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 45 2, 2 | reports spread among the people. Can anything be more ~shameful? 46 2, 2 | written: 'Happy is that people whose God is the Lord' ( 47 2, 5 | 15: "They have called the people happy that hath ~these things," 48 2, 17 | respect: thus many men are one people, and many stones are one 49 2, 19 | opposition of wills when ~several people desire different things, 50 2, 32 | For this reason also young people are ~most inclined to seek 51 2, 40 | must observe that ~young people and men in drink are indeed 52 2, 40 | it is dangerous to drive people to despair." ~Therefore 53 2, 47 | exceedingly angry with His people." Therefore it is not always ~ 54 2, 63 | even in the best behaved people." Now faith cannot be acquired 55 2, 69 | they be busied with other people's misery. Hence Our Lord 56 2, 73 | in the place of the whole people, is ~more grievous than 57 2, 73 | 28): "The prince of thy people thou shalt ~not curse." 58 2, 73 | it would cause among many people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[73] A[ 59 2, 77 | as in the case of mad ~people. Much more, therefore, does 60 2, 79 | Blind the heart of this ~people, and make their ears heavy," 61 2, 90 | is an ordinance of ~the people, whereby something is sanctioned 62 2, 90 | belongs either to the whole people, or to someone who is the 63 2, 90 | viceregent ~of the whole people. And therefore the making 64 2, 90 | belongs either to ~the whole people or to a public personage 65 2, 90 | who has care of the whole ~people: since in all other matters 66 2, 90 | power is vested in the whole people or in some ~public personage, 67 2, 91 | particular matters, different people form ~different judgments 68 2, 91 | outset of the ~law, the people were invited to the earthly 69 2, 91 | necessary to give to the people, of whom Christ ~was to 70 2, 93 | is framed for ruling the people, rightly permits many things 71 2, 95 | virtue. And as to those young people who are inclined ~to acts 72 2, 95 | positive laws among various ~people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[95] A[ 73 2, 95 | by praying to God for the people; princes, by ~governing 74 2, 95 | princes, by ~governing the people; soldiers, by fighting for 75 2, 95 | fighting for the safety of the people. ~Wherefore certain special 76 2, 95 | government is that of the people, ~which is called "democracy," 77 2, 96 | for the governing of the people rightly permits ~these things, 78 2, 96 | cause of the humble of My people." But it is ~lawful for 79 2, 97 | Lib. Arb. i, 6): "If ~the people have a sense of moderation 80 2, 97 | enact a law allowing ~such a people to choose their own magistrates 81 2, 97 | as time goes on, the same people become so corrupt ~as to 82 2, 97 | rightly ~forfeit to such a people, and the choice devolves 83 2, 97 | The customs of ~God's people and the institutions of 84 2, 97 | aside the custom of a whole people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 85 2, 97 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The people among whom a custom is introduced 86 2, 97 | the ~consent of the whole people expressed by a custom counts 87 2, 97 | except as representing ~the people. Wherefore although each 88 2, 97 | make laws, yet the ~whole people can. If however the people 89 2, 97 | people can. If however the people have not the free power 90 2, 97 | nevertheless with such a people a prevailing custom obtains 91 2, 97 | belongs to make laws for ~that people: because by the very fact 92 2, 97 | Whether the rulers of the people can dispense from human 93 2, 97 | seem that the rulers of the people cannot dispense from ~human 94 2, 98 | expressing the opinion of the people, who ~thought that Moses 95 2, 98 | nations, and not to one people only.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] 96 2, 98 | have ~been opened to one people more than to another.~Aquin.: 97 2, 98 | peoples, that the Jewish people alone ~remained faithful 98 2, 98 | seem fitting: because that people turned to ~idolatry, even 99 2, 98 | art ~a very stiff-necked people": but the real reason is 100 2, 98 | other special boons to ~that people, on account of the promised 101 2, 98 | it was fitting that the people, of whom ~Christ was to 102 2, 98 | the promise, and that the people sprung from ~them received 103 2, 98 | asked why He ~chose this people, and not another, that Christ 104 2, 98 | Christ should be ~born of one people, which, for this reason, 105 2, 98 | binding on save the Jewish people alone.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 106 2, 98 | was ~given to the Jewish people, that it might receive a 107 2, 98 | Who was to be born of that people. Now ~whatever laws are 108 2, 98 | of ~perfection, to which people living in the world are 109 2, 98 | bound. In like ~manner this people was bound to certain special 110 2, 98 | wherefore the more the Jewish people were bound to the worship ~ 111 2, 98 | was ~most needed by the people, at the time when the natural 112 2, 98 | not be given save to the people, since it is a ~general 113 2, 98 | multiplied, so as to form a ~people, and when they had been 114 2, 98 | are not that part of the people ~or state to which it is 115 2, 98 | Law had to be given to the people, not only ~those, of whom 116 2, 98 | received the Law, but the whole people, ~who were marked with the 117 2, 98 | had to be given to that people as soon ~as they were collected 118 2, 99 | wherefore it was given to a people as yet imperfect in ~comparison 119 2, 99 | and for this reason, that people is compared to a child that 120 2, 99 | the common weal of the people prospered under the Law 121 2, 99 | 29:13 (Mt. 15:8): "This people honoreth Me with their lips; 122 2, 100 | are various for ~various people. Much more reason therefore 123 2, 100 | state ~which is ruled by the people, or by a few powerful men 124 2, 100 | the other precepts to the ~people through Moses. Wherefore 125 2, 100 | accord with reason; since the people receive these ~principles 126 2, 100 | not so well known to the people as are the precepts about 127 2, 100 | decalogue are ~those which the people received from God immediately; 128 2, 100 | decalogue need to be such as the people can understand at once. ~ 129 2, 100 | regard to himself, reach ~the people through the instruction 130 2, 100 | decalogue, and given to the people by God through Moses and 131 2, 100 | nor a whisperer among the people." To the other two ~commandments 132 2, 100 | even the life of that people foretold and foreshadowed ~ 133 2, 101 | 19,20): "Be thou to the people in ~those things that pertain 134 2, 101 | and . . . shew the people the ~ceremonies and the 135 2, 101 | be revealed to uncultured people under a veil of ~figures, 136 2, 101 | every law is given to a ~people. Now a people contains two 137 2, 101 | given to a ~people. Now a people contains two kinds of men: 138 2, 101 | ceremonial precepts. For in that people ~there were many prone to 139 2, 101 | consecration either of the ~people or of the ministers; and 140 2, 101 | the mode of life of the people under the ~New Law: all 141 2, 101 | for He sanctified "the ~people by His own blood" (Heb. 142 2, 101 | the mode of life of the ~people who worshipped God, retained 143 2, 101 | affected ~the fitness of the people who worshipped God.~Aquin.: 144 2, 102 | morals of ~the Christian people, which pertains to the moral 145 2, 102 | not given to the Jewish people until after they had ~fallen 146 2, 102 | were instituted, that the people, being ready to offer ~sacrifices, 147 2, 102 | Egyptians (among whom the people had been dwelling) ~considered 148 2, 102 | for ~the sins of the whole people, or specially for the sin 149 2, 102 | the heart, to instruct the people - this was signified by ~ 150 2, 102 | Thy ~servant and of Thy people Israel." From this it is 151 2, 102 | regards the condition of the people ~that were under the Law. 152 2, 102 | Because, at first, the people were in the ~desert, having 153 2, 102 | Solomon, the state of that people was one of great peace. 154 2, 102 | synagogues, appointed for the ~people to gather together for the 155 2, 102 | churches in which the Christian people gather together for ~the 156 2, 102 | entered every day: whereas the people were only ~admitted to the 157 2, 102 | to the court; because the people were able to perceived material ~ 158 2, 102 | state of the Old Law the people and the priests were ~situated 159 2, 102 | from one another. For the people saw the mere ~corporeal 160 2, 102 | Christ were hidden ~from the people, while they were known to 161 2, 102 | propitiatory," as though the people received propitiation thence 162 2, 102 | duty it was to bring ~the people to God: and this was signified 163 2, 102 | signifying the holiness ~of the people acceptable to God: for it 164 2, 102 | mediator ~between God and the people, governing the people by 165 2, 102 | the people, governing the people by Divine power, denoted 166 2, 102 | i.e. the ~holiness of the people, on the altar of incense, 167 2, 102 | placed ~there to restrain the people from insubordination to 168 2, 102 | of those things which the people possessed were offered ~ 169 2, 102 | God: and consequently the people who offered these sacrifices 170 2, 102 | function it was to offer the people to God, could approach ~ 171 2, 102 | devotion and holiness of the people was ~offered to God. And 172 2, 102 | conspicuous to all the people; and the altar of incense, 173 2, 102 | precious as to give the ~people an occasion for idolatry.~ 174 2, 102 | their nakedness before the people. But ~later on the priests 175 2, 102 | conferred especially on that people. For ~there was the feast 176 2, 102 | Moses, God forgave the people's sin of worshipping the 177 2, 102 | Congregation," on which the people collected the expenses ~ 178 2, 102 | signified the uniting of the ~people and the peace granted to 179 2, 102 | cleansing ~of the Christian people from sins: and the feast 180 2, 102 | grave [Douay: 'strong'] people." But it seems to ~savor 181 2, 102 | expiating the sins of the people that the priest should confess 182 2, 102 | general way to the whole people; but ~in a special way, 183 2, 102 | things concerned the whole people in general; while ~others 184 2, 102 | worship. And thus, as to the people, there was the ~partaking 185 2, 102 | uncleannesses. And then, as to the people, certain purifications were ~ 186 2, 102 | that they belonged to that people ~which God had taken to 187 2, 102 | sacrifice cleansed the people from all their sins, "the 188 2, 102 | preservation of the whole people, and for their good behavior 189 2, 102 | be offered for the whole people. And ~because, as the Apostle 190 2, 102 | offered two he-goats for ~the people: one of which was offered 191 2, 102 | bore the punishment of the people's ~sins. And it was said 192 2, 102 | to bear the sins of the people, either because the ~forgiveness 193 2, 102 | the ~forgiveness of the people's sins was signified by 194 2, 102 | sins ~of both priests and people: since both those of high 195 2, 102 | OBJ 8 and 9: Just as the people were initiated by circumcision 196 2, 102 | manna vouchsafed to the people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 197 2, 102 | the burden of the whole people, since he bore their names ~ 198 2, 102 | the shortcomings of the people: this was denoted by the 199 2, 102 | Thirdly, they had to carry the people ~in their mind and heart 200 2, 102 | special prerogative of ~that people. Therefore they are not 201 2, 102 | answer that, The Jewish people, as stated above (A[5]), 202 2, 102 | worship of God; so too in that people's, ~and especially the priests', 203 2, 102 | being wishful to ~bring His people back to a more simple way 204 2, 102 | Hence the Lord wished His people to ~be distinguished from 205 2, 102 | carnal-minded and stiff-necked people, it was necessary for them ~ 206 2, 102 | inculcate pity ~to the Jewish people, who were prone to cruelty, 207 2, 102 | i.e. any of the common people, should be allowed to ~engender, 208 2, 103 | in some ~countries, while people partake of them in others.~ 209 2, 103 | Jesus" sanctified "the people by His own blood" (Heb. 210 2, 103 | blessings vouchsafed to that people, foreshadowed the favors 211 2, 104 | were given to the ~Jewish people, so also were some given 212 2, 104 | regulate the state of ~that people according to justice and 213 2, 104 | the entire state of ~that people, who were directed by these 214 2, 104 | Reply OBJ 2: The Jewish people were chosen by God that 215 2, 104 | the entire state of that people had to be ~prophetic and 216 2, 104 | that were given to this people ~were more figurative that 217 2, 104 | the wars and deeds of this people are expounded in the mystical ~ 218 2, 104 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In this people the direction of man in 219 2, 104 | shape the state of that people who were ~directed to Christ. 220 2, 104 | when the state of that people changed ~with the coming 221 2, 104 | the ~former state of the people still lasts, and that Christ 222 2, 104 | which is government by the ~people, demands different laws 223 2, 104 | Consequently when the state of that people changed, the judicial precepts ~ 224 2, 104 | judicial precepts directed the people to justice and ~equity, 225 2, 104 | change in the state of that people, so that ~in Christ there 226 2, 104 | precepts, ~since thereby that people was ordained. Therefore 227 2, 104 | Body Para. 2/2~Now in every people a fourfold order is to be 228 2, 104 | to be found: one, of the ~people's sovereign to his subjects; 229 2, 105 | the ordering ~of the people depends mostly on the chief 230 2, 105 | Provide out of all the people wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," 231 2, 105 | regard to the rulers of the people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 232 2, 105 | have set a king over the people, and they should ~not have 233 2, 105 | verified in the Jewish ~people, whose destruction was brought 234 2, 105 | general well-being of the people. Therefore it should have 235 2, 105 | for the benefit of the ~people in things concerning God, 236 2, 105 | up for the benefit of the people in human affairs. But certain 237 2, 105 | livelihood of the rulers of the people: the more that they were 238 2, 105 | 1/1~On the contrary, The people of Israel is commended for 239 2, 105 | beautiful ordering of a people depends on the right ~establishment 240 2, 105 | right provision for ~the people with regard to its rulers.~ 241 2, 105 | ensures peace ~among the people, commends itself to all, 242 2, 105 | i.e. government by the people, in so far as ~the rulers 243 2, 105 | rulers can be chosen from the people, and the people have the 244 2, 105 | from the people, and the people have the right ~to choose 245 2, 105 | successors governed the people in such a way that each 246 2, 105 | were chosen from all the ~people; for it is written (Ex. 247 2, 105 | Provide out of all the people ~wise [Vulg.: 'able'] men," 248 2, 105 | they were ~chosen by the people; wherefore it is written ( 249 2, 105 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This people was governed under the special 250 2, 105 | thee to ~be His peculiar people": and this is why the Lord 251 2, 105 | up a saviour" for the people, and ~that "the spirit of 252 2, 105 | choice of a king to the people; but reserved this to ~Himself, 253 2, 105 | form of government of the people, so ~long as it is not corrupt. 254 2, 105 | But afterwards when the people asked Him to do ~so, being 255 2, 105 | little interest in the ~people they are set over, and consequently 256 2, 105 | punishment inflicted on that people for their many dissensions, ~ 257 2, 105 | if not any man from the people could become a priest: since ~ 258 2, 105 | were chosen from the whole people; wherefore they had ~their 259 2, 105 | the ambition of the common people; and ~would not become an 260 2, 105 | narrative continues: "But the people would not hear the voice 261 2, 105 | for the welfare of ~the people.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 262 2, 105 | matter ~the Law gave the people an unfitting command.~Aquin.: 263 2, 105 | that they may judge the people with just judgment." It 264 2, 105 | for ~among well-behaved people, the taking of a little 265 2, 105 | lend money to any of ~my people that is poor that dwelleth 266 2, 105 | First, among simple-minded people: and in ~order to remove 267 2, 105 | each tribe, "to judge the ~people with just judgment." Secondly, 268 2, 105 | the chief judge ~of the people, who would decide matters 269 2, 105 | judgment: wherefore the people were not burdened on this ~ 270 2, 105 | God was worshipped by that people alone, whereas all other 271 2, 105 | man were exiled from that people ~absolutely, he would be 272 2, 105 | because when the whole people thus suffered a loss they ~ 273 2, 105 | done ~in order to frighten people, in detestation of murder. 274 2, 105 | something hurtful to the ~people. Hence it was that the Law 275 2, 105 | to the fellowship of the ~people after the third generation; 276 2, 105 | the public life of the people, admission was not granted 277 2, 105 | Ammon, "was joined to ~the people of Israel, with all the 278 2, 105 | within the state, even common people or children or old men, ~ 279 2, 105 | and separate me from His people. And ~let not the eunuch 280 2, 105 | had fought against God's people; whereas the women and ~ 281 2, 105 | untouched, for the use of the people themselves, to ~whom the 282 2, 105 | them; and also lest the ~people should be horror-stricken 283 2, 105 | gainers thereby; but lest the people might be the losers by their ~ 284 2, 105 | were taken from ~among the people, the Law prescribed that 285 2, 105 | mother-in-law (Ruth 1:16): "Thy people shall be ~my people, and 286 2, 105 | Thy people shall be ~my people, and thy God my God." Accordingly 287 2, 108 | observances ~pertaining to the people: as was stated above when 288 2, 108 | Old Law endured and the people had not as yet ~achieved 289 2, 108 | to all; but owing to some people being ill-disposed, it happens ~ 290 2, 111 | sanctifying ~grace. For "the people's good is better than the 291 2, 114 | soul is not towards this people" - yet they had ~great merit 292 2, 114 | to come. For the carnal people ~were adhering to the promises 293 2, 1 | for the instruction of the people, ~either openly or in figures.~ 294 2, 1 | symbols. ~Nevertheless, the people need more careful instruction 295 2, 2 | corrupt the faith of simple people in such ~questions. If, 296 2, 2 | at all ~times and for all people: but it was not sufficient 297 2, 2 | at all times and for ~all people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[2] A[8] 298 2, 3 | remain silent, so as to make ~people believe either that he is 299 2, 10 | But as to ~simple-minded people, we must make a distinction; 300 2, 10 | since in this way simple people are ~strengthened in the 301 2, 10 | in the presence of simple people, whose faith for this very 302 2, 10 | clxxxv): "What do ~these people mean by crying out continually: ' 303 2, 10 | communicate with certain ~people, it seems that they ought 304 2, 10 | But in the case of simple people and those who ~are weak 305 2, 12 | Is. 18:2, "To a terrible people," etc. a gloss says: ~"In 306 2, 14 | Blind the heart of this people," ~for, since it is an evil, 307 2, 15 | not to be set ~before the people, wherefore, presupposing 308 2, 15 | a wise and understanding people."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 309 2, 15 | hand learning concerned the people of ~lower degree, and these 310 2, 15 | king is ~placed over his people in temporal matters: hence 311 2, 21 | all ye congregation of the people," and in many other ~passages 312 2, 23 | R.O. 3 Para. 2/2~But these people did not know what they were 313 2, 23 | directed to the end. Thus sick people sometimes, though they love ~ 314 2, 24 | various honors to various people, according to each one's 315 2, 24 | faithful, or for a ~whole people, or when anyone bestows 316 2, 25 | render to each ~class of people such respect as is natural 317 2, 28 | a sign of friendship if people "make choice of ~the same 318 2, 31 | passage) ~"one fears what people may think, or lest one may 319 2, 31 | have done anything wrong, people will seek by busily repeating ~ 320 2, 31 | danger to a great number of people, those ~words of Our Lord 321 2, 32 | God that we hate certain people: for it is written (Rm. ~ 322 2, 32 | possible to hate ~certain people without committing a sin.~ 323 2, 34 | But this does not apply to people who are far removed from 324 2, 34 | wicked shall bear rule, the people shall ~mourn." Therefore 325 2, 36 | Further, it happens that people contend either in the courts 326 2, 36 | s own glory. And just as people are discordant ~when they 327 2, 37 | already been declared to that people by the law ~which they had 328 2, 37 | severely punished in that people, because they were inclined 329 2, 38 | individual to summon together the people, which has to be done in ~ 330 2, 38 | reason we commanded our people to gather together, and 331 2, 38 | God, and prayers for the people, which belong to the duties 332 2, 40 | when, to wit, a number of people make preparations with the 333 2, 40 | being as it were between one people and ~another, whereas strife 334 2, 40 | another, or between ~few people on one side and few on the 335 2, 40 | dissentient parts of one people, as ~when one part of the 336 2, 40 | the unity and peace of a people, it is a special kind of 337 2, 40 | the multitude, viz. the people of a city or kingdom. Now ~ 338 2, 40 | men understand the word ~people to designate not any crowd 339 2, 41 | Super Ezech. vii): "If people are ~scandalized at the 340 2, 41 | wicked men to rob other people ~of their property, this 341 2, 45 | Topic. iii, 2) that "young people ~are not obviously prudent." 342 2, 45 | prudent." Yet many young people have grace. Therefore ~prudence 343 2, 48 | authority, and even to the people, according to Isidore ~( 344 2, 48 | prudence is only in good ~people. But domestic prudence may 345 2, 48 | prudence may be also in wicked people, since many ~sinners are 346 2, 50 | are divided among various people, whereas the gifts of the 347 2, 53 | in laying hold of ~other people's goods, but also in plotting 348 2, 54 | being given ~to the whole people, are a matter of common 349 2, 55 | who is placed over the ~people, and acts in its stead, 350 2, 58 | that they may judge the people ~with just judgment."~Aquin.: 351 2, 58 | Rhet. ii, 13) that "old people are very suspicious, for ~ 352 2, 58 | whereby he ~was to deliver his people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 353 2, 61 | from the ancients of the people [*Vulg.: ~'Iniquity came 354 2, 61 | that seemed to ~govern the people.']." Therefore it is not 355 2, 62 | 2, "As the judge of the ~people is himself, so also are 356 2, 63 | shall be given to ~another people, thy eyes looking on [*Vulg.: ' 357 2, 64 | Now ~the reason why these people are heretics was because 358 2, 64 | Hence whatever certain people have in superabundance is 359 2, 64 | other hand ~to take other people's property violently and 360 2, 65 | they were judges of the people. ~Therefore a man may lawfully 361 2, 66 | fact that if a number of people ~who have heard the same 362 2, 67 | in so great a number of people as ~human law has to direct. 363 2, 68 | as in the case of poor people, slaves, and those ~who 364 2, 69 | defending the suits of poor people. The same applies to a ~ 365 2, 69 | to give advice in other people's causes. ~Wherefore, if 366 2, 72 | whisperer'] ~among the people." But an informer is apparently 367 2, 74 | namely on ~account of the people slaughtered there.~Aquin.: 368 2, 75 | human law is given to the ~people among whom there are many 369 2, 75 | written against certain people (Is. 1:22), "Thy silver 370 2, 75 | has the property of making people joyful, and is helpful ~ 371 2, 76 | lend money to any ~of thy people that is poor, that dwelleth 372 2, 77 | xxxvi), ~"a custom of God's people should be looked upon as 373 2, 80 | to men; for we speak ~of people being devout to certain 374 2, 80 | But devotion makes some people shed tears. ~Therefore gladness 375 2, 81 | do not then pray for this people . . ~. and do not withstand 376 2, 81 | soul is not towards this people." And yet the prayer ~will 377 2, 81 | that ~prayeth much for the people, and for all the holy city, 378 2, 81 | the knowledge of the whole people for whom it is offered: 379 2, 81 | Ex. ~19:21: "Charge the people, lest they should have a 380 2, 81 | considering the devotion of ~the people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[83] A[ 381 2, 83 | that in every country the people are ~wont to show the sovereign 382 2, 83 | but only to the Hebrew people. Therefore all are not bound ~ 383 2, 84 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, lay people with the consent of the 384 2, 84 | to speak, ~"between" the people and God, as we read of Moses ( 385 2, 84 | and sacraments before ~the people; and besides to offer to 386 2, 84 | things appertaining to the ~people, their prayers, for instance, 387 2, 84 | the oblations which the people ~offer to God concern the 388 2, 84 | favor conferred on that people, wherefore it is written ( 389 2, 84 | priest is "ordained for the people "in the things that ~appertain 390 2, 84 | first-fruits offered by the people were ~granted to the priest' 391 2, 84 | motive is common among all ~people. We may also reply that 392 2, 85 | reason dictates that the ~people should administer the necessaries 393 2, 85 | the welfare of the whole people even as it is the ~people' 394 2, 85 | people even as it is the ~people's duty to provide a livelihood 395 2, 85 | with the condition of that people to whom the law was being ~ 396 2, 85 | established among this ~people for the special purpose 397 2, 85 | in ~accordance with this people's condition, are called " 398 2, 85 | certain kindliness, lest ~the people of the New Law should give 399 2, 85 | Testament than did the people of the Old Law to the ministers 400 2, 85 | Old ~Testament; for the people of the New Law are under 401 2, 85 | of spiritual goods in the people, than for the amassing of ~ 402 2, 85 | with the condition of that people there was a ~special reason 403 2, 85 | On the other hand ~the people of the New Law are spread 404 2, 85 | they had no ~portion in the people's possessions, according 405 2, 85 | receive tithes from the ~people, but also that they should 406 2, 85 | spiritual things among the people. Wherefore those members ~ 407 2, 85 | spiritual things to the people, are not bound to pay tithes, 408 2, 85 | spiritual things to the people; for ~according to the ordinary 409 2, 89 | words of Is. ~29:13, "This people . . . honors [Vulg.: 'glorifies'] 410 2, 89 | employed, both because the ~people were more coarse and carnal - 411 2, 92 | creatures, wherefore certain people are reproached (Rm. ~1:25) 412 2, 92 | for ~sacred, as did the people; and gave utterance in the 413 2, 92 | so done by him that the people believed him to act ~honestly."~ 414 2, 93 | answer: "Should not the people seek of their God, a ~vision 415 2, 93 | note of the days on ~which people are born. If one observe 416 2, 94 | OBJ 3: Among the Jewish people of whom Christ was to be 417 2, 95 | instruction of the whole people. Hence he was reproved because, ~ 418 2, 97 | holy nation, a purchased people." ~Therefore any injury 419 2, 97 | inflicted on the Christian people, for instance that ~unbelievers 420 2, 97 | God did not choose the people for the place's sake, but ~ 421 2, 97 | but ~the place for the people's sake." Hence sacrilege 422 2, 98 | of the Church, whom the people are bound to support, according ~ 423 2, 98 | They should look to the people for a ~supply to their need, 424 2, 99 | language of the common ~people; the reason for which I 425 2, 104 | own profit. ~But sometimes people bestow favors for their 426 2, 106 | gathering ~together of the people, and a false calumny." But 427 2, 106 | Israel ~(Ex. 14), and the people of Sodom were entirely destroyed ( 428 2, 106 | commanded the ~princes of the people to be hanged for the sin 429 2, 106 | read (Josue 7) that the people of Israel were delivered 430 2, 106 | Achan, and that the same people were overthrown by the Philistines 431 2, 106 | depravity or evil of the people. Therefore vengeance is ~ 432 2, 106 | Thus the children of the people of ~Sodom, though they were 433 2, 106 | reign for the sins of the people?" Hence the people of ~Israel 434 2, 106 | of the people?" Hence the people of ~Israel were punished 435 2, 106 | David's sin in numbering the people (2 Kgs. 24). ~This may also 436 2, 107 | condemnation of certain people (Is. ~3:9): "They have proclaimed 437 2, 108 | That the ~words of certain people are variously reported in 438 2, 108 | namely, that the younger people, i.e. the Gentiles, ~should 439 2, 108 | for her desire to save the people, to which end she ~exposed 440 2, 109 | condemnation of certain people (Is. ~3:9): "They have proclaimed 441 2, 109 | woman, so as to deceive the people ~in their acting." Hence 442 2, 109 | The iniquity . . . of ~my people is made greater than the 443 2, 110 | the sake of gain. Such people invent stories about themselves, 444 2, 114 | written (Is. 3:12): "O My people, they that call thee blessed, 445 2, 115 | to be of help to certain people"; and Ambrose says ~(De 446 2, 115 | nothing hinders certain people from spending much on good 447 2, 115 | the same ~way as virtuous people, as stated above (FS, Q[ 448 2, 116 | nature. Hence though old ~people seek more greedily the aid 449 2, 116 | flesh, as instanced in old people who, through ~corruption 450 2, 116 | incited to greed for other people's property." ~Therefore 451 2, 116 | man, in acquiring other people's goods, sometimes ~employs 452 2, 120 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: People worshiped strange gods in 453 2, 120 | the custom of Christian people. For ~this observance is 454 2, 120 | different ways ~to different people: hence it did not behoove 455 2, 121 | mentions five ways in which people are ~said to be brave by 456 2, 121 | OBJ 3: Further, just as people are more earnest in doing 457 2, 122 | it ~is written of certain people (Titus 1:16): "They profess 458 2, 128 | not in any ~truth, but in people's opinion. Hence Seneca 459 2, 130 | in reproval of certain ~people (Jn. 12:43): "For they loved 460 2, 131 | leadership of a numerous ~people without misgiving: and again 461 2, 138 | there was need for the ~people to be taught how to fight, 462 2, 139 | Q[65], A[1]). But some people have temperance without 463 2, 140 | since by cowardice some people ~forsake the defense of 464 2, 142 | ashamed?~(4) What kind of people are ashamed?~Aquin.: SMT 465 2, 142 | Ethic. i, 8. Yet sometimes people are ashamed to do virtuous ~ 466 2, 142 | desire this especially from people of the better sort who are ~ 467 2, 142 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: People of the better sort make 468 2, 142 | Ethic. iv, 9]. ~Now virtuous people may happen to be ignominious, 469 2, 143 | things "are honored by some people, but in truth it is only 470 2, 144 | with due regard for the people among ~whom he lives, for 471 2, 145 | community of the ~Christian people, that is, of the free multitude, 472 2, 145 | liberty of the Christian ~people seems to be hindered by 473 2, 145 | solemn sacraments, some people render it oppressive with 474 2, 145 | profitable to the Christian people, ~is a matter of precept 475 2, 145 | to ~pilgrims and working people. For if the pilgrimage or 476 2, 145 | ordination, and even the whole people, for whose good they are 477 2, 145 | the ~mountain, when the people had rebelled on account 478 2, 145 | and the remnants of the people ~were dispersed (Jer. 51). 479 2, 145 | which we call January, the ~people who were with Ezechiel in 480 2, 145 | the custom of ~Christian people, which as Augustine declares ( 481 2, 145 | custom of the Christian people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] A[ 482 2, 145 | on certain fasting days people make use of eggs and ~cheese. 483 2, 145 | varies among different ~people, and each person is bound 484 2, 146 | and the punishment of the people of Sodom were inflicted 485 2, 147 | give ~scandal to certain people.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[149] A[ 486 2, 150 | flesh," to which married people are subject (1 Cor. 7:28). 487 2, 152 | customs or agreement of any ~people, though it were never done 488 2, 152 | than those of any other ~people": and Augustine says (Gen. 489 2, 152 | such as were those of the people of ~Sodom, which should 490 2, 153 | continence" is taken by various people in two ~ways. For some understand 491 2, 153 | bodily cause: because some ~people by their natural temperament 492 2, 153 | nearer to hand for some people than for others. Such ~like 493 2, 154 | that "it is ~especially people of a quick or choleric and 494 2, 154 | incontinence cease, because such people do not retain the judgment 495 2, 156 | ill-tempered" or "stern" people, who do not put ~aside their 496 2, 156 | sullen" and "ill-tempered" people have a ~long-lasting anger, 497 2, 159 | regard, for ~even worldly people do this: but we should especially 498 2, 160 | the proud observe ~other people's conduct not so as to set 499 2, 160 | the observing of other ~people's failings, just as, on 500 2, 160 | like observation of other people's ~virtues, set others above


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