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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 1 | the musician accepts on authority the principles taught him 2 1, 1 | in order to establish the authority of those men through ~whom 3 1, 1 | argument is either ~from authority or from reason. If it is 4 1, 1 | from reason. If it is from authority, it seems ~unbefitting its 5 1, 1 | dignity, for the proof from authority is the weakest form ~of 6 1, 1 | based upon arguments from ~authority, inasmuch as its principles 7 1, 1 | ought to believe on the authority of those to whom the revelation 8 1, 1 | although the argument from authority based on human reason is 9 1, 1 | weakest, yet the argument from authority based on divine revelation 10 1, 1 | doctrine makes use also of the authority of philosophers in those ~ 11 1, 1 | but ~properly uses the authority of the canonical Scriptures 12 1, 1 | incontrovertible proof, and the authority of the doctors of the Church 13 1, 12 | 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: That authority speaks of the similitude 14 1, 23 | Against this also is the authority of ~Scripture. For it is 15 1, 31 | God, as appears from the authority quoted. Yet, Damascene ( 16 1, 32 | is of faith, except by ~authority alone, to those who receive 17 1, 32 | to those who receive the authority; while as regards ~others 18 1, 32 | dignity, as it ~belongs to the authority of the Father that He is 19 1, 33 | the Father something of ~authority by reason of His being the 20 1, 33 | says (De Trin. ix): ~"By authority of the Giver, the Father 21 1, 33 | of creatures. Hence the ~authority quoted subjoins: "That He 22 1, 33 | that it imports universal authority, or also His plenitude as 23 1, 33 | common. For source and ~authority signify in God nothing but 24 1, 36 | explicitly defined by the authority of the Roman Pontiff, by 25 1, 36 | Roman Pontiff, by whose ~authority also the ancient councils 26 1, 36 | sometimes denotes direct ~authority, as when we say, the king 27 1, 36 | and ~sometimes indirect authority, as when we say, the bailiff 28 1, 39 | can be ~confirmed by the authority of Holy Writ, as appears 29 1, 42 | recognition ~of paternal authority; whereas "creatures are 30 1, 43 | creature. But as implying the authority of the giver as regards 31 1, 43 | show forth in ~Christ the authority of the giver of grace by 32 1, 43 | Further, the sender has authority over the one sent. But there ~ 33 1, 43 | sent. But there ~can be no authority as regards a divine person 34 1, 61 | Gregory Nazianzen, "whose authority in ~Christian doctrine is 35 1, 63 | in contradiction with the authority of ~Scripture - for it is 36 1, 64 | is also contrary to the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which 37 1, 66 | heaven rests only on the authority of ~Strabus and Bede, and 38 1, 68 | of ~Scripture have more authority than the most exalted human 39 1, 69 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: 40 1, 69 | supports this ~view by the authority of Scripture, for it is 41 1, 70 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 70 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 43 1, 71 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 72 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 77 | OBJ 1: That book has no authority, and so what is there written ~ 46 1, 39 | can be ~confirmed by the authority of Holy Writ, as appears 47 1, 42 | recognition ~of paternal authority; whereas "creatures are 48 1, 43 | creature. But as implying the authority of the giver as regards 49 1, 43 | show forth in ~Christ the authority of the giver of grace by 50 1, 43 | Further, the sender has authority over the one sent. But there ~ 51 1, 43 | sent. But there ~can be no authority as regards a divine person 52 1, 62 | Gregory Nazianzen, "whose authority in ~Christian doctrine is 53 1, 64 | in contradiction with the authority of ~Scripture - for it is 54 1, 65 | is also contrary to the ~authority of Sacred Scripture, which 55 1, 67 | heaven rests only on the authority of ~Strabus and Bede, and 56 1, 69 | words of Scripture have more authority than the most exalted human 57 1, 70 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: 58 1, 70 | supports this ~view by the authority of Scripture, for it is 59 1, 71 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 60 1, 71 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 61 1, 71 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 62 1, 71 | the contrary, Suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 63 1, 76 | OBJ 1: That book has no authority, and so what is there written ~ 64 1, 78 | that book is not of ~great authority.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 65 1, 78 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 1: If this authority is accepted, intelligence 66 1, 88 | demons; unless, indeed, the ~authority of Ecclesiasticus be set 67 1, 90 | On the contrary, Is the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 68 1, 91 | woman should ~neither "use authority over man," and so she was 69 1, 92 | God, as appears from the authority quoted above (Arg. On the 70 1, 98 | what we believe rests on authority. Wherefore, in making any ~ 71 1, 98 | made known to us by Divine ~authority. Now it is clear that it 72 1, 98 | 2~Now we have it on the authority of Scripture that "God made 73 1, 100 | above nature, we rely on authority alone; and so, when ~authority 74 1, 100 | authority alone; and so, when ~authority is wanting, we must be guided 75 1, 107 | it to ~be governed by one authority, as the Philosopher shows ( 76 1, 107 | order of a ~multitude under authority, is derived from its end. 77 1, 107 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Holy Scripture wherein 78 1, 107 | these placings may claim authority from the words ~of the Apostle, 79 1, 108 | requires that there should be authority among ~them. This agrees 80 1, 108 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The authority of the demons is not founded 81 1, 111 | at Whose nod and by Whose authority the angels ~work; and is 82 1, 112 | On the contrary, is the authority of Jerome quoted above ( 83 1, 112 | perfect charity and just authority there ~can be no strife. 84 2, 4 | shown to be false, both by ~authority and by reason. By authority, 85 2, 4 | authority and by reason. By authority, since the Apostle says ( 86 2, 7 | from "which an orator adds authority and strength to his argument." 87 2, 7 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of the Philosopher in Ethic. 88 2, 12 | architect or anyone who is in authority, by his command moves ~others 89 2, 15 | proved to be false by the ~authority of Damascene who says (De 90 2, 19 | the command of a lower authority ~does not bind if it be 91 2, 19 | the command of a higher authority: for ~instance, if a provincial 92 2, 19 | known that ~the inferior authority prescribes something contrary 93 2, 19 | the command of ~the higher authority. But if a man were to believe 94 2, 34 | Since, ~therefore, Divine authority leads to no evil, it seems 95 2, 35 | wherefore it was said in the authority ~quoted above that intellectual 96 2, 35 | contrary, stands the twofold authority of Gregory of Nyssa ~[*Nemesius] 97 2, 41 | the contrary suffices the authority of Damascene and Gregory 98 2, 46 | the contrary, stands the authority of Damascene (De Fide Orth. 99 2, 55 | the contrary, We have the authority of Augustine from whose 100 2, 57 | the contrary, stands the authority of the Philosopher (Ethic. 101 2, 61 | the power and ~renown of authority." This agrees with what 102 2, 68 | the contrary, stands the authority of Holy Writ (Is. 11:2,3).~ 103 2, 69 | the contrary, stands the authority of Our Lord Who propounded 104 2, 71 | 1/1~On the contrary, the authority of Augustine suffices (Contra 105 2, 74 | prohibition of some ~higher authority: wherefore the act is inordinate, 106 2, 77 | this is confirmed by Divine authority, according to the ~words 107 2, 84 | the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory who enumerates 108 2, 85 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Bede suffices [*Reference 109 2, 87 | example, conforming to their authority as it were. Moreover they ~ 110 2, 92 | framer of the law, by whose authority the pain ~is inflicted. 111 2, 95 | the contrary, stands the authority of Isidore.~Aquin.: SMT 112 2, 95 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Isidore (OBJ[1]) suffices.~ 113 2, 96 | respect of the end, as when an authority imposes on his ~subjects 114 2, 96 | altogether free from its ~authority: hence the subjects of one 115 2, 96 | are not ~subject to his authority. In another way, by being 116 2, 96 | the mandate of the ~lower authority, since he is directed by 117 2, 96 | coercive power save from the authority of the ~sovereign. Thus 118 2, 96 | keep himself. And a wise ~authority [*Dionysius Cato, Dist. 119 2, 96 | can do this who are in ~authority, and who, on account of 120 2, 96 | referring the matter to authority, the ~mere necessity brings 121 2, 97 | dispensation of those in authority?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[97] A[ 122 2, 97 | man, but only by Divine authority. Hence it is that no ~custom 123 2, 97 | 16): "Let custom yield to authority: evil customs should be ~ 124 2, 97 | observance, that does the authority of the ~sovereign, who has 125 2, 97 | abolish a law made by a higher authority; ~nevertheless with such 126 2, 97 | law that ~rests upon his authority, so that, when the law fails 127 2, 97 | whom the law derives its authority, or his delegate; so, in 128 2, 98 | to make a law by his own ~authority; but sometimes after making 129 2, 98 | made the Law by His own authority, but He promulgated it ~ 130 2, 99 | Hence there was need for the authority of the Divine law to ~rescue 131 2, 99 | considerations, viz. the authority of ~the lawgiver, and the 132 2, 99 | set forth to indicate the authority ~of God the lawgiver: e.g. 133 2, 100 | the contrary, stands the authority of Augustine who, in commenting 134 2, 100 | that ~sentence by Divine authority, he will be no murderer 135 2, 100 | change; sometimes by Divine authority alone, namely, in such ~ 136 2, 100 | sometimes also by human authority, namely in such matters 137 2, 102 | him, are subject to the authority of ~God, and should be offered 138 2, 102 | their hands denoted pastoral authority: and ~it was commanded that 139 2, 103 | indeed established by Divine authority, but ordained by ~human 140 2, 103 | ceremonies fixed, not by the ~authority of any law, but according 141 2, 105 | introduced even by Divine authority; as we read of its being 142 2, 105 | being introduced ~by the authority of the prophet Ahias the 143 2, 105 | number of persons are set in ~authority; partly democracy, i.e. 144 2, 105 | did ~not set up the kingly authority with full power, but gave 145 2, 105 | the guidance of those in authority: others are effected by 146 2, 105 | the direction of those in authority, to whom men are ~subject. 147 2, 105 | Ethic. x, 9), the paternal ~authority has the power only of admonition; 148 2, 106 | the Apostle, ~quoting the authority of Jeremias 31:31,33: "Behold 149 2, 108 | and after commending the authority of the ~apostles, through 150 2, 1 | of faith, i.e. from the ~authority of Holy Writ, as Dionysius 151 2, 1 | the contrary stands the authority of the Church who formulates 152 2, 1 | symbol is published by the ~authority of the universal Church. 153 2, 1 | not seem to belong to the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff 154 2, 1 | Sovereign ~Pontiff has no authority to publish a new edition 155 2, 1 | convoked otherwise than by the authority of the ~Sovereign Pontiff, 156 2, 1 | Therefore it belongs to the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff 157 2, 1 | symbol belongs to that ~authority which is empowered to decide 158 2, 1 | Now this belongs to the ~authority of the Sovereign Pontiff, " 159 2, 1 | Consequently it belongs to the sole authority of the ~Sovereign Pontiff 160 2, 1 | Sovereign Pontiff, by whose authority the council is ~convoked, 161 2, 1 | it was accepted by the authority of the Sovereign ~Pontiff, 162 2, 2 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Augustine who makes this 163 2, 2 | promptness of the will subject to authority, suffices for ~the act of 164 2, 2 | for he is ~moved by the authority of Divine teaching confirmed 165 2, 2 | on account of the Divine ~authority. Secondly, human reasons 166 2, 2 | what is of faith on the authority of God ~alone, although 167 2, 2 | forward in support of the ~authority of faith, are not demonstrations 168 2, 4 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of the Apostle suffices.~ 169 2, 4 | is convinced by Divine ~authority, so as to assent to what 170 2, 4 | evidence taken from Divine authority does not make a ~thing apparent 171 2, 4 | than ~hearing; but if (the authority of) the person from whom 172 2, 4 | about what he hears on the ~authority of an expert in science, 173 2, 5 | and have the force of an authority, yet it may be said that 174 2, 9 | Now it follows from this authority that ~knowledge directs 175 2, 10 | Whether unbelievers can have authority over Christians?~(11) Whether 176 2, 10 | according to the same ~authority, to adhere to Satan when 177 2, 10 | is a sin. Hence the same ~authority adds: "Because every one 178 2, 10 | Some have understood the authority quoted to forbid, not ~the 179 2, 10 | Whether unbelievers may have authority or dominion over the faithful?~ 180 2, 10 | that unbelievers may have authority or dominion ~over the faithful. 181 2, 10 | unless unbelievers could have authority over the faithful. ~Therefore 182 2, 10 | that unbelievers can have authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: 183 2, 10 | Therefore unbelievers can have ~authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: 184 2, 10 | Therefore ~unbelievers may have authority over the faithful even as 185 2, 10 | contrary, Those who are in authority can pronounce judgment on ~ 186 2, 10 | unbelievers cannot have authority over the faithful.~Aquin.: 187 2, 10 | may speak of dominion or authority of unbelievers over the 188 2, 10 | over ~believers, or to have authority over them in any capacity 189 2, 10 | may speak of dominion or authority, as already in force: ~and 190 2, 10 | observe that dominion and authority are institutions of ~human 191 2, 10 | do away with dominion and authority of unbelievers over the ~ 192 2, 10 | this right of dominion or authority can be justly done away ~ 193 2, 10 | of the Church who has the authority of ~God: since unbelievers 194 2, 10 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The authority of Caesar preceded the distinction 195 2, 10 | unbelievers to have dominion or authority ~over the faithful, than 196 2, 10 | also, ~those who are in authority, rightly tolerate certain 197 2, 10 | than the right of parental authority over children, ~since the 198 2, 10 | since the right of parental authority can be made to cease, when 199 2, 10 | of ~unbelieving parents' authority over their children: and 200 2, 10 | lose the rights of parental authority over their ~children as 201 2, 10 | the Church has very great authority and ~ought to be jealously 202 2, 10 | catholic doctors derives its authority from the Church. Hence we 203 2, 10 | we ought to ~abide by the authority of the Church rather than 204 2, 11 | had been defined by the ~authority of the universal Church, 205 2, 11 | deemed a heretic. This ~authority resides chiefly in the Sovereign 206 2, 11 | and ~honor, against whose authority neither Jerome nor Augustine 207 2, 11 | to death by ~the secular authority, much more reason is there 208 2, 12 | healthy. Now ~although the authority quoted may be understood 209 2, 12 | predecessors, we, by our apostolic authority, ~absolve from their oath 210 2, 12 | facto" absolved from his authority and from the ~oath of allegiance 211 2, 15 | were not under any other ~authority, but were immediately under 212 2, 18 | the contrary stands the authority of the Master (Sent. iii, 213 2, 21 | had to be induced by the authority of the Divine law, partly 214 2, 22 | God, as ~evidenced by the authority of Augustine quoted above.~ 215 2, 34 | the contrary stands the authority of Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 216 2, 35 | the contrary stands the authority of Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 217 2, 36 | the contrary stands the authority of Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 218 2, 37 | who rebelled ~against his authority to be punished in a miraculous 219 2, 38 | are ~necessary. First, the authority of the sovereign by whose 220 2, 38 | committed to those who are ~in authority, it is their business to 221 2, 38 | said ~to those who are in authority (Ps. 81:4): "Rescue the 222 2, 38 | those who hold the supreme authority."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 223 2, 38 | declared by the legitimate authority, and for a ~just cause, 224 2, 38 | permission of superior or lawful authority." On the other ~hand, to 225 2, 38 | private person) by the ~authority of the sovereign or judge, 226 2, 38 | for justice, and by the authority, so to speak, of God, is 227 2, 38 | and clerics may, by the authority of their ~superiors, take 228 2, 38 | and he proves this by the authority of ~the Lord, Who commanded 229 2, 39 | being declared not by public authority, but rather by an ~inordinate 230 2, 39 | it must be declared by ~authority of the governing power, 231 2, 39 | in virtue of their public authority, ~attack certain men and 232 2, 39 | those who resist the public ~authority. Hence it is not the assailants 233 2, 41 | all such persons as have ~authority over the common weal. In 234 2, 42 | the contrary stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 235 2, 43 | reason according to the same authority (De ~Trin. xii, 7) "is intent 236 2, 43 | but only for those ~in authority. Therefore wisdom is not 237 2, 43 | to those alone who are in authority to ~direct and judge other 238 2, 44 | fatuity, according to the same authority (Etym. x), in that folly 239 2, 45 | woman, as stated by the same authority (Polit. iii, 2).~Aquin.: 240 2, 47 | the contrary stands the authority of Tully and Macrobius, 241 2, 47 | the contrary stands the authority of Macrobius, quoted above ( 242 2, 48 | certain ~others placed in authority, and even to the people, 243 2, 48 | has in his household an authority like that of a ~king, as 244 2, 52 | 2: According to the same authority (gloss), a small offering ~ 245 2, 55 | on human, but on Divine authority. Therefore right is ~unfittingly 246 2, 55 | itself, as stated by the authority quoted above~Aquin.: SMT 247 2, 56 | the service of God his ~authority over the things that are 248 2, 58 | existing chiefly in one who has authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 249 2, 58 | come ~from one who is in authority; thirdly, that it be pronounced 250 2, 58 | matters wherein he has no authority, ~and this is called judgment " 251 2, 58 | it by giving it force of authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 252 2, 58 | punished sins without having authority ~over those whom they punished; 253 2, 58 | even as the judge requires authority in order to judge ~aright, 254 2, 58 | usurpation, i.e. without ~authority. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 255 2, 58 | since it belongs to the same authority to interpret ~and to make 256 2, 58 | cannot be made save by public authority, ~so neither can a judgment 257 2, 58 | pronounced except by public authority, which ~extends over those 258 2, 58 | not approved by public authority, so too it is unjust, if 259 2, 58 | by other than the ~public authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 260 2, 58 | by one who has no public authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 261 2, 58 | have slain the Egyptian by authority ~received as it were, by 262 2, 58 | usurped if ~the spiritual authority interferes in those temporal 263 2, 58 | subject to the spiritual authority or which have been committed 264 2, 58 | spiritual by the temporal authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[60] A[ 265 2, 58 | in the absence of public authority which gives a judgment its ~ 266 2, 59 | none but those who exercise authority over those goods; and yet ~ 267 2, 59 | distribution can be made by ~authority of a private individual.~ 268 2, 60 | for instance, persons in authority ~who are bound to safeguard 269 2, 60 | are invested ~with public authority, in order that they may 270 2, 61 | position of ecclesiastical authority: ~wherefore consideration 271 2, 61 | on account of worldly ~authority or activity, or something 272 2, 62 | without exercising public ~authority, kills an evil-doer, shall 273 2, 62 | persons of rank having public ~authority: wherefore they alone, and 274 2, 62 | OBJ 1: The person by whose authority a thing is done really does ~ 275 2, 62 | but ~rather He by whose authority they acted thus: just as 276 2, 62 | soldier slays the ~foe by the authority of his sovereign, and the 277 2, 62 | slays the ~robber by the authority of the judge.~Aquin.: SMT 278 2, 62 | there is no need for an authority to kill it; ~whereas, in 279 2, 62 | of domestic animals, such authority is required, not ~for their 280 2, 62 | good men; hence a ~public authority is requisite in order to 281 2, 62 | Saphira ~to death by his own authority or with his own hand, but 282 2, 62 | others in virtue of their ~authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 283 2, 62 | one who exercises public authority, to ~kill evil-doers. Now 284 2, 62 | he who exercises public authority is sometimes an ~evil-doer. 285 2, 62 | One who exercises public authority may lawfully put to ~death 286 2, 62 | one who exercises public ~authority to put himself to death 287 2, 62 | the sentence of the public authority. Again it is unlawful for ~ 288 2, 62 | except for the ~public authority acting for the common good, 289 2, 62 | for such as have public authority, who while intending to 290 2, 63 | killing him, except by public authority. ~Therefore neither is it 291 2, 63 | except perhaps by public ~authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[65] A[ 292 2, 63 | Hence just as by public authority a person is lawfully ~deprived 293 2, 63 | life, except to the public authority to whom is entrusted the 294 2, 63 | strike or injure a person in authority than a ~private individual, 295 2, 64 | coercion except through public authority: and, ~consequently, if 296 2, 64 | individual not having public authority takes ~another's property 297 2, 64 | the ~exercise of public authority, is to act unlawfully and 298 2, 64 | by private but by public ~authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 299 2, 65 | by those who hold public authority: and those who have this 300 2, 65 | and those who have this authority are ~accounted the superiors 301 2, 65 | ordinary or by delegated authority. Hence it is evident that 302 2, 65 | delegated or ~of ordinary authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] A[ 303 2, 65 | ancients Daniel exercised an authority ~delegated to him by Divine 304 2, 65 | arbitrators through not exercising authority in the case, have not of ~ 305 2, 65 | exempt from the bishop's ~authority, for instance in administering 306 2, 65 | as he exercises public ~authority, wherefore his judgment 307 2, 65 | matters concerning the public ~authority, he must form his conscience 308 2, 65 | whom the ~entire public authority is entrusted. For the inferior 309 2, 65 | the sovereign who has full authority in the commonwealth, ~can 310 2, 66 | it is stated by the same authority that "collusion ~consists 311 2, 66 | it is stated by the same authority that "evasion ~consists 312 2, 66 | It is stated by the same authority: "The rashness of ~accusers 313 2, 67 | which the ~rights of his authority extend. Again, the judge, 314 2, 67 | OBJ 2: Further, ordinary authority is more binding than that 315 2, 67 | should submit to the lower authority in so far as the ~latter 316 2, 67 | the order of the higher authority. If the lower authority ~ 317 2, 67 | authority. If the lower authority ~departs from the order 318 2, 67 | the order of the higher ~authority, whereby he is obliged to 319 2, 67 | to have recourse to the authority of the ~higher power, by 320 2, 67 | litigants. On the other hand the authority of an ordinary judge ~depends, 321 2, 67 | his judgment, but ~on the authority of the king or prince who 322 2, 67 | seemingly his ordinary authority occasioned his being chosen 323 2, 68 | evidence be required by authority of ~a superior whom he is 324 2, 68 | compelled by his superior's authority to declare the ~truth, and 325 2, 68 | opinion from the dignity and ~authority of that Church, a result 326 2, 68 | stated above (A[2]), the authority of evidence is not ~infallible 327 2, 68 | and those ~who are under authority, concerning whom it is to 328 2, 75 | are ~established by public authority or custom.~Aquin.: SMT SS 329 2, 78 | 1: The revenge taken by authority of a public power, in ~accordance 330 2, 81 | as stated by the same authority (Fact. et Dict. Memor. vii, 331 2, 81 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Christ, who composed 332 2, 81 | enlightened, and consequently lack authority. And yet there is truth 333 2, 81 | the contrary, suffices the authority of the Apostle (1 Tim. 2: 334 2, 83 | lord in recognition of his authority. Now this is what ~we mean 335 2, 85 | they be ordained by the authority of those who have power 336 2, 85 | time of the New Law the authority of the Church has ~established 337 2, 86 | continence?~(12) Whether the authority of a superior is required 338 2, 86 | contained under a vow is by his authority no longer so ~contained, 339 2, 86 | found, as is stated by ~the authority quoted above. The reason 340 2, 86 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the authority of a prelate is required 341 2, 86 | It would seem that the authority of a prelate is not required 342 2, 86 | enter religion ~without the authority of a superior prelate. Now 343 2, 86 | is possible ~without the authority of a superior prelate.~Aquin.: 344 2, 86 | rightly ~determines of his own authority that in his case a vow is 345 2, 86 | 2], ad 2). Therefore the Authority of a prelate is not ~required 346 2, 86 | does. ~Now the superior's authority is requisite for a dispensation 347 2, 86 | dispensation of vows requires the authority of a prelate who in God' 348 2, 87 | witness. ~Whoever invokes the authority of Holy Writ calls God to 349 2, 87 | witness, whoever invoked the authority of Holy Writ would swear. ~ 350 2, 87 | as when one adduces the authority of Holy Scripture; and another 351 2, 87 | matters that come under his authority: for ~instance, a father 352 2, 87 | through being of so great authority ~that it is unbecoming for 353 2, 87 | others are of such little ~authority that their oaths have no 354 2, 89 | is delivered to us on the authority of ~Scripture. Therefore 355 2, 91 | by the ~Church or divine authority, and according to ecclesiastical 356 2, 93 | not ~sanctioned by divine authority. Hence we read in a decree 357 2, 93 | should be judged by our authority, ~after the culprit has 358 2, 94 | art, but according to the authority of ~the divine law, for 359 2, 94 | forward, not on divine ~authority, but rather by human vanity 360 2, 96 | Sovereign Pontiff can, by his authority, absolve a man from an obligation ~ 361 2, 97 | unbelievers should be put in authority over it, is an irreverence 362 2, 98 | thereof, as appears from the authority quoted (OBJ[1]). Now ~ecclesiastical 363 2, 98 | benefices to be made by authority of ~the parties concerned 364 2, 98 | Reply OBJ 3: We have no authority for supposing that the double 365 2, 98 | the consent of superior authority, ~either to the poor or 366 2, 102 | of a divinely established authority. Now to move by reason and 367 2, 102 | sublime ~nature of divine authority, by reason of which the 368 2, 102 | within the sphere of his ~authority; for instance a soldier 369 2, 102 | of a father's or master's authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 370 2, 102 | robbery?" Since therefore the authority of ~secular princes is frequently 371 2, 102 | Wherefore if the prince's authority is not ~just but usurped, 372 2, 103 | obey a higher than a ~lower authority, in sign of which the command 373 2, 103 | which the command of a lower authority is set ~aside if it be contrary 374 2, 103 | the command of a higher authority. ~Consequently the higher 375 2, 108 | certitude which is based on the authority of Holy Writ. That the ~ 376 2, 120 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 377 2, 120 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 378 2, 120 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 379 2, 120 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 380 2, 120 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 381 2, 122 | credible witnesses of Divine authority thus to ~honor the memory 382 2, 130 | the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory (Moral. xxxi), 383 2, 133 | the contrary, stands the authority of the Philosopher who ( 384 2, 135 | Now according to the same authority (De Persever. i), ~no one 385 2, 139 | according to the same authority (Tully, De Offic. i, 27). 386 2, 145 | it belongs to the secular authority to make legal ~precepts 387 2, 145 | established by ecclesiastical ~authority: the latter is the Church 388 2, 145 | contempt of the lawgiver's ~authority, or to disobey it in such 389 2, 145 | have recourse to superior authority. on the other hand, if the 390 2, 146 | the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory quoted above.~ 391 2, 150 | Both solid reason and ~the authority of Holy Writ show that neither 392 2, 150 | De Virgin. xlv): "The ~authority of the Church informs the 393 2, 151 | the contrary, stands the authority of Gregory (Moral. xxxi, 394 2, 152 | to the person under whose authority the ~woman is placed: and 395 2, 152 | and if she be under the authority of a husband, it is ~"adultery," 396 2, 152 | adultery," if under the authority of her father, it is "seduction," 397 2, 152 | human society, the ~greater authority is obeyed in preference 398 2, 152 | is under another person's authority. Therefore adultery ~is 399 2, 152 | wife is under her husband's authority, as united to him ~in marriage: 400 2, 152 | maid is under her father's authority, as one who ~is to be married 401 2, 152 | is to be married by that authority. Hence the sin of adultery 402 2, 152 | maiden be under her father's authority, it will be ~spiritual seduction; 403 2, 152 | is subject to ~another's authority as regards the act of generation, 404 2, 156 | Thomas quoting the same authority has {Cholos} which we render ' 405 2, 159 | humility ~the superior lose his authority." Therefore a man ought 406 2, 160 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Gregory suffices.~Aquin.: 407 2, 162 | subjected ~to her husband's authority, and this is conveyed in 408 2, 166 | reflects the carriage of ~authority, has the tread of gravity, 409 2, 167 | the State by the governing authority. Accordingly, since ~women 410 2, 168 | the contrary, stands the authority of Scripture in the decalogue ( 411 2, 168 | the contrary, suffices the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 412 2, 172 | the contrary, stands the authority of Jerome to whom the gloss 413 2, 176 | miracles, sometimes by authority, sometimes by prayer." In 414 2, 178 | the contrary, stands the authority of Dionysius (Div. Nom. 415 2, 179 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The authority quoted speaks expressly 416 2, 182 | episcopal ~cure, save by the authority of the Sovereign Pontiff ( 417 2, 182 | apostles. This is clear ~on the authority of Dionysius (Eccl. Hier. 418 2, 182 | assistants to those who are in ~authority," as Titus was to the Apostle, 419 2, 182 | namely persons of lesser authority, such as priests who ~have 420 2, 182 | and the abbot under whose authority he fights for Christ his 421 2, 183 | abuse of his ecclesiastical authority, by turning it to secular ~ 422 2, 183 | appointment of another having ~authority, as stated above (A[1], 423 2, 183 | for whom some person ~in authority has spoken, and, not to 424 2, 183 | the man who is ~placed in authority. For he should aim at showing 425 2, 183 | certain person being in authority: for the Apostle says (1 ~ 426 2, 183 | upon himself the charge of authority at ~the appointment of a 427 2, 183 | subject to the latter's authority in laying aside the accepted 428 2, 183 | so tied by the bonds of authority, that ~thou art not free 429 2, 183 | his sheep, if he uses his authority over them not through love 430 2, 183 | understand that by apostolic authority the power of his administration ~ 431 2, 185 | discipleship, not of ~teaching, authority, or pastoral care." And 432 2, 185 | auctoritate) as ~saying: "By authority of this decree framed in 433 2, 185 | because he lacks the episcopal authority. Here, however, ~a distinction 434 2, 185 | First, if they preach by the authority of ~the prelates. Secondly, 435 2, 186 | religious order without the ~authority of the Sovereign Pontiff.~ 436 2, 186 | can wage war on their own ~authority; but they can do so only 437 2, 186 | they can do so only on the authority of the sovereign or ~of 438 2, 186 | discipleship, not of teaching, authority, or pastoral ~care," and 439 2, 186 | seems unfitting that the authority to preach and hear ~confessions 440 2, 186 | something similar by the authority of his superiors, he does 441 2, 186 | not indeed on their own authority, but on that of the sovereign ~ 442 2, 186 | not indeed by ~their own authority, but by the authority of 443 2, 186 | own authority, but by the authority of the higher and lower ~ 444 2, 187 | adjudge and by apostolic authority we ~command that the aforesaid 445 2, 187 | removed by his father's authority, under whose control he 446 2, 187 | cannot be annulled by the ~authority of his parents; though if 447 2, 187 | prejudice to her parents' ~authority.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[189] A[ 448 2, 187 | pretext whatever, without the ~authority of the Roman Pontiff" (Extra, 449 3, 2 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This authority of Cyril is expounded in 450 3, 2 | in a union of dignity ~or authority or power, and not rather 451 3, 2 | Essence - we must say to the ~authority of Augustine that the human 452 3, 4 | On the contrary, Is the authority of Felix, Pope and Martyr, 453 3, 5 | because it is counter to the authority of Scripture, in which our ~ 454 3, 5 | because, as is said in ~the authority quoted, the Son of God became 455 3, 6 | men, as is clear from the authority of Pope Leo, quoted above ( 456 3, 8 | Church by ~His own power and authority; while others are called 457 3, 8 | is implied the ~principal authority, inasmuch as it is by the 458 3, 8 | but also ~the secondary authority.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[8] A[7] 459 3, 16 | either of dignity, ~or of authority, or of affection or indwelling. 460 3, 16 | in a share of the Divine authority and ~honor. And into the 461 3, 19 | possess the first cause by ~authority is God; and in this way 462 3, 31 | 1/1~On the contrary, The authority of Scripture suffices.~Aquin.: 463 3, 32 | the Father is attributed authority in regard to the Person 464 3, 36 | judgment to be passed, the authority of the judge needs ~to be 465 3, 36 | brightness of the star and the ~authority of prophecy revealed." Thus 466 3, 37 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Scripture, in which it 467 3, 37 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Scripture which relates 468 3, 37 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Scripture, where it is 469 3, 38 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Scripture (Mt. 3:5,6), 470 3, 38 | confirmed his office by the ~authority of Scripture, saying: "I 471 3, 38 | corresponds with him by whose authority it is given, not with him 472 3, 39 | apparition, to ~wit, the authority of the sender. Therefore 473 3, 41 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of Scripture.~Aquin.: SMT 474 3, 41 | temptations by quoting the authority of the ~Law, not by enforcing 475 3, 42 | persuasion, ~and in the authority of His words, for He spoke 476 3, 42 | reckoned not only in age and authority, but also ~in probity; according 477 3, 42 | sinning openly they turn the authority of their years ~into an 478 3, 43 | works miracles ~now with authority, now with prayer . . . in 479 3, 43 | God alone, He acts with authority; for ~example, when He forgave 480 3, 45 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT 481 3, 45 | 1~On the contrary is the authority of the Gospel.~Aquin.: SMT 482 3, 46 | or any Prince in ~higher authority. But God has no one higher 483 3, 55 | Sacred Scripture, the ~whole authority of the Scriptures is weakened. 484 3, 55 | Poster. But it was from the authority of the ~Sacred Scriptures 485 3, 55 | His Resurrection, ~which authority is the basis of faith, when 486 3, 58 | according to the same ~authority, "judiciary power." Now 487 3, 59 | Father. So, then, judiciary authority is attributed to the Father, ~ 488 3, 59 | to understand ~that the authority for judging lies with the 489 3, 59 | that although the primary authority of judging ~rests with God, 490 3, 59 | is to say, it is by His authority that you ~judge. Now it 491 3, 59 | account. it ~seems that the authority of Scripture quoted above 492 3, 59 | saints judge only by Christ's authority. ~Therefore, much more does 493 3, 62 | whereas we have it on the authority of many saints that the 494 3, 63 | person in whom is vested ~the authority over that to which he is 495 3, 64 | works in the ~sacraments by authority: but, as man, His operation 496 3, 64 | cause thereof, or by His own authority, but as an ~instrument, 497 3, 64 | Christ, as God, has power of "authority" over the sacraments, so, ~ 498 3, 64 | that our Lord having the authority of baptizing ~. . . would 499 3, 64 | sacraments. one was the power of "authority," which belongs to Him as ~ 500 3, 64 | is true of the power of authority, which ~belongs to Christ


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