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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | Further, it is the sign of a lower science to depend upon a ~ 2 1, 1 | creatures, ~and not from the lower; yet this is often found 3 1, 18 | operations mentioned. For in this lower world there are four kinds ~ 4 1, 18 | Reply OBJ 3: Life in this lower world is bestowed on a corruptible ~ 5 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the lower is not predicated of the 6 1, 39 | identity, and not of the lower in regard to a ~higher species: 7 1, 39 | it first: just as in this lower world we attribute life 8 1, 54 | angel, and enlightens a lower one. ~Therefore there is 9 1, 55 | universal species than the lower ~angels?~Aquin.: SMT FP 10 1, 55 | are in him: because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially 11 1, 55 | while the higher are in the lower ~participatively: and therefore 12 1, 55 | the form; ~whereas in the lower bodies the potentiality 13 1, 55 | In like fashion also the lower intellectual substances - 14 1, 55 | of such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that 15 1, 55 | The other things which are lower than the angels are so ~ 16 1, 55 | universal species than the ~lower angels?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 55 | universal species than the lower angels. For the universal, 18 1, 55 | universal species than the lower, it follows that the ~higher 19 1, 55 | imperfect knowledge than the lower; which is not ~befitting.~ 20 1, 55 | universal form, which the lower ~angel knows by several 21 1, 55 | universal knowledge than the lower. And in De Causis it is ~ 22 1, 55 | created intellects in a ~lower manner, and less simply. 23 1, 55 | it is necessary for the ~lower intelligences to know by 24 1, 55 | according as the intellect is lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 25 1, 56 | angels could not know the lower, ~from whom they receive 26 1, 56 | since both the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, 27 1, 57 | the contrary, Whatever the lower power can do, the higher 28 1, 57 | be more perfect than the lower; and for whatever is contained ~ 29 1, 57 | in manifold manner in the lower beings, to be ~contained 30 1, 57 | which asserts that these lower things are administered 31 1, 57 | bears resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun does to fire. 32 1, 57 | reason; because, even the lower part of the soul has some 33 1, 57 | they communicate to the lower ~angels by enlightening 34 1, 58 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever a lower power can do, the higher 35 1, 58 | nature. So, likewise, the lower, namely, the ~human, intellects 36 1, 59 | more perfect than in the lower. But the free-will ~does 37 1, 59 | angels ~than it does in the lower, as also does the judgment 38 1, 62 | because in that case a lower angel could by ~meriting 39 1, 63 | Consequently, ~no creature of a lower order can ever covet the 40 1, 63 | impossible for one angel of lower degree to desire equality 41 1, 63 | highest of all, but one of the lower angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 42 1, 63 | less likely to sin than the lower. On this account Damascene 43 1, 63 | us from saying that the lower angels were divinely set ~ 44 1, 63 | aside for presiding over the lower bodies, the higher over 45 1, 63 | they who fell were of the lower grade of ~angels; yet in 46 1, 63 | angels more than in the lower. For, as has been said ( 47 1, 63 | who was the chief of the lower angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 48 1, 63 | themselves to him, then the lower angels would have sinned 49 1, 63 | natural energy than the lower angels, he fell into sin ~ 50 1, 63 | chief devil belonged ~to the lower order of the angels, who 51 1, 64 | already ~(Q[63], A[8]), the lower demons fell through the 52 1, 65 | were given an higher or a ~lower rank, retaining their simplicity; 53 1, 65 | government of things the lower is ruled by the higher in 54 1, 65 | by the spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~Aquin.: SMT 55 1, 65 | higher power, in another by a lower. But ~the production of 56 1, 66 | Trin. iii, 4) that "the lower bodies ~are governed by 57 1, 66 | 3]], influence ~those of lower degree who act as messengers, 58 1, 68 | starry heaven divides the lower transparent bodies from ~ 59 1, 68 | are generated, from the lower part, ~which is connected 60 1, 68 | of their begetting, the ~lower, the place of their repose.~ 61 1, 68 | is called a higher and a lower region Rabanus ~subdivides 62 1, 68 | calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian heaven from 63 1, 68 | the ethereal heaven; the lower, the aerial. When, therefore, ~ 64 1, 69 | bodies are ~nobler than the lower. Hence the formation of 65 1, 70 | we admit a higher and a lower firmament, the lower will 66 1, 70 | and a lower firmament, the lower will be ~that which was 67 1, 70 | perceptible to the senses in this lower world. Moreover, ~as far 68 1, 70 | be made for the sake of a lower, ~considered not in itself, 69 1, 71 | the water, ~because the lower region of the air is thickened 70 1, 71 | But birds move in the ~lower part of the air, and so 71 1, 74 | these two days, and the lower on the second. Thus, then, 72 1, 75 | understand ~those that are lower. If, however, in the process 73 1, 77 | formality of the object than the lower power; because the higher 74 1, 77 | formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of themselves. Thus 75 1, 77 | objects belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, however, 76 1, 77 | is common to higher and lower bodies. But ~sound is audible 77 1, 39 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the lower is not predicated of the 78 1, 39 | identity, and not of the lower in regard to a ~higher species: 79 1, 39 | it first: just as in this lower world we attribute life 80 1, 55 | angel, and enlightens a lower one. ~Therefore there is 81 1, 56 | universal species than the lower ~angels?~Aquin.: SMT FP 82 1, 56 | are in him: because the lower orders of beings are ~essentially 83 1, 56 | while the higher are in the lower ~participatively: and therefore 84 1, 56 | the form; ~whereas in the lower bodies the potentiality 85 1, 56 | In like fashion also the lower intellectual substances - 86 1, 56 | of such substances. The ~lower spiritual substances - that 87 1, 56 | The other things which are lower than the angels are so ~ 88 1, 56 | universal species than the ~lower angels?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 89 1, 56 | universal species than the lower angels. For the universal, 90 1, 56 | universal species than the lower, it follows that the ~higher 91 1, 56 | imperfect knowledge than the lower; which is not ~befitting.~ 92 1, 56 | universal form, which the lower ~angel knows by several 93 1, 56 | universal knowledge than the lower. And in De Causis it is ~ 94 1, 56 | created intellects in a ~lower manner, and less simply. 95 1, 56 | it is necessary for the ~lower intelligences to know by 96 1, 56 | according as the intellect is lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[55] A[ 97 1, 57 | angels could not know the lower, ~from whom they receive 98 1, 57 | since both the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, 99 1, 58 | the contrary, Whatever the lower power can do, the higher 100 1, 58 | be more perfect than the lower; and for whatever is contained ~ 101 1, 58 | in manifold manner in the lower beings, to be ~contained 102 1, 58 | which asserts that these lower things are administered 103 1, 58 | bears resemblance to ~the lower, as the sun does to fire. 104 1, 58 | reason; because, even the lower part of the soul has some 105 1, 58 | they communicate to the lower ~angels by enlightening 106 1, 59 | OBJ 2: Further, whatever a lower power can do, the higher 107 1, 59 | nature. So, likewise, the lower, namely, the ~human, intellects 108 1, 60 | more perfect than in the lower. But the free-will ~does 109 1, 60 | angels than it does in the lower, as also does the judgment 110 1, 63 | because in that case a lower angel could by ~meriting 111 1, 64 | Consequently, ~no creature of a lower order can ever covet the 112 1, 64 | impossible for one angel of lower degree to desire equality 113 1, 64 | highest of all, but one of the lower angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 114 1, 64 | likely to sin than the lower. On this account Damascene 115 1, 64 | us from saying that the lower angels were divinely set ~ 116 1, 64 | aside for presiding over the lower bodies, the higher over 117 1, 64 | they who fell were of the lower grade of ~angels; yet in 118 1, 64 | angels more than in the lower. For, as has been said ( 119 1, 64 | who was the chief of the lower angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 120 1, 64 | themselves to him, then the lower angels would have sinned 121 1, 64 | natural energy than the lower angels, he fell into sin ~ 122 1, 64 | chief devil belonged ~to the lower order of the angels, who 123 1, 65 | already ~(Q[63], A[8]), the lower demons fell through the 124 1, 66 | were given an higher or a ~lower rank, retaining their simplicity; 125 1, 66 | government of things the lower is ruled by the higher in 126 1, 66 | by the spiritual, as the lower by the higher.~Aquin.: SMT 127 1, 66 | higher power, in another by a lower. But ~the production of 128 1, 67 | Trin. iii, 4) that "the lower bodies ~are governed by 129 1, 67 | 3]], influence ~those of lower degree who act as messengers, 130 1, 69 | starry heaven divides the lower transparent bodies from ~ 131 1, 69 | are generated, from the lower part, ~which is connected 132 1, 69 | of their begetting, the ~lower, the place of their repose.~ 133 1, 69 | is called a higher and a lower region Rabanus ~subdivides 134 1, 69 | calls the fiery heaven; the lower, the Olympian heaven from 135 1, 69 | the ethereal heaven; the lower, the aerial. When, therefore, ~ 136 1, 70 | bodies are ~nobler than the lower. Hence the formation of 137 1, 71 | we admit a higher and a lower firmament, the lower will 138 1, 71 | and a lower firmament, the lower will be ~that which was 139 1, 71 | perceptible to the senses in this lower world. Moreover, ~as far 140 1, 71 | be made for the sake of a lower, ~considered not in itself, 141 1, 71 | the water, ~because the lower region of the air is thickened 142 1, 71 | But birds move in the ~lower part of the air, and so 143 1, 73 | these two days, and the lower on the second. Thus, then, 144 1, 74 | understand ~those that are lower. If, however, in the process 145 1, 76 | formality of the object than the lower power; because the higher 146 1, 76 | formalities regarded by the ~lower powers of themselves. Thus 147 1, 76 | objects belong to ~various lower powers; which objects, however, 148 1, 76 | is common to higher and lower bodies. But ~sound is audible 149 1, 78 | animals. Now ~among these lower things nothing is more perfect 150 1, 78 | when we wish to ~rise from lower things to higher, first 151 1, 78 | Other animals are so much lower than man that they cannot ~ 152 1, 78 | 1~Whether the higher and lower reason are distinct powers?~ 153 1, 78 | seem that the higher and lower reason are distinct ~powers. 154 1, 78 | the reason, and not in the lower. But ~the parts of the soul 155 1, 78 | Therefore the higher and lower ~reason are two powers.~ 156 1, 78 | flows from itself. Now, the lower reason flows ~from the higher, 157 1, 78 | is another power from the lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 158 1, 78 | part is the same as the lower reason, ~which, according 159 1, 78 | is another power than the lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 160 1, 78 | opinionative power, which is the lower reason, is distinct from 161 1, 78 | 4) that "the higher and ~lower reason are only distinct 162 1, 78 | answer that, The higher and lower reason, as they are understood 163 1, 78 | them. But he calls the lower reason that which "is intent 164 1, 78 | Wherefore the higher and lower ~reasons are one and the 165 1, 78 | reason, science to ~the lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[79] A[ 166 1, 78 | various acts, the higher and ~lower reason are called parts; 167 1, 78 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The lower reason is said to flow from 168 1, 78 | principles made use of by the lower reason are ~drawn from and 169 1, 78 | is more limited than the ~lower reason; for it regards only 170 1, 78 | when we wish to rise ~from lower to higher things, first 171 1, 79 | appetitive is ~subordinate as a lower power, so also is the motive 172 1, 79 | higher appetite ~moves the lower.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[80] A[ 173 1, 80 | against the ~higher and lower reason, which belong to 174 1, 80 | divided against higher and lower reason, as ~having in common 175 1, 80 | which belong the higher and lower reason, is a motive power; 176 1, 80 | not only to rise from a lower ~position, which is unsuitable 177 1, 80 | the first: wherefore the lower appetite is not sufficient 178 1, 80 | higher appetite moves the ~lower appetite, as the higher 179 1, 80 | higher sphere moves the lower." In this way, ~therefore, 180 1, 82 | judgment of reason, ~which the lower appetite obeys, as we have 181 1, 83 | this diversity is that the lower power ~does not extend to 182 1, 83 | things which ~belong to the lower power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 183 1, 83 | corporeal creatures. Now lower ~things are in higher things 184 1, 83 | certain ~likeness to the lower creature, forasmuch as they 185 1, 83 | than the species of the lower ~creature. But the Divine 186 1, 83 | perfection: just as the lower grades of bodies, ~which 187 1, 83 | For ~the matter of the lower bodies is not totally completed 188 1, 84 | occurs in ~regard to the lower powers of which the intellect 189 1, 85 | higher power can do what the lower power can, but in a ~more 190 1, 87 | superior and incorruptible; or lower and corruptible. Therefore 191 1, 88 | universal, and bestow a lower degree of comprehension, 192 1, 88 | natural ~things which are in a lower degree of intelligibility.~ 193 1, 90 | most honorable of God's lower creatures, it was fitting 194 1, 90 | part turned towards the lower world, since ~their roots 195 1, 92 | assigns the trinity in ~the lower part of the soul, in relation 196 1, 93 | this sense, that in him the lower powers were subjected to 197 1, 93 | not to be impeded by the lower. ~Wherefore the first man 198 1, 93 | remained subject to God, the lower ~faculties in man were subject 199 1, 93 | must be ascribed ~to some lower faculty, such as the imagination 200 1, 94 | being subject to God, the lower powers to reason, ~and the 201 1, 94 | was subject to God, the ~lower powers remained subject 202 1, 94 | body to the soul and of the lower powers to ~reason, was not 203 1, 94 | subject to God, and the lower powers to reason. ~Now the 204 1, 97 | not have existed, when the lower powers were ~entirely subject 205 1, 101 | human temperament, as is the lower atmosphere in the ~neighborhood 206 1, 102 | said that the corruptible ~lower world, or individual things, 207 1, 102 | De Trin. iii, 4): "As the lower and ~grosser bodies are 208 1, 104 | subjected to a cause of a lower order; but conversely. An ~ 209 1, 104 | the natural inclination of lower bodies depends. ~Therefore 210 1, 105 | higher ~appetite moves the lower. But as the intellect of 211 1, 105 | Philosopher speaks of the lower sensitive appetite ~which 212 1, 107 | way in ~themselves than in lower things; whereas lower things 213 1, 107 | in lower things; whereas lower things are in higher ~things 214 1, 107 | themselves. Therefore to know ~lower things is better than to 215 1, 109 | be ~brought about by the lower powers that dwell in our 216 1, 110 | Providence disposes that lower ~things be subject to the 217 1, 111 | higher ministries, and the lower to the inferior ministries.~~ 218 1, 112 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the lower things are brought to God 219 1, 112 | inferior orders: for a lower angel is enlightened in 220 1, 116 | degree, but only one of lower degree: thus ~according 221 1, 116 | philosophers the mover of the lower heaven cannot move the ~ 222 1, 117 | vegetative ~soul, is of a lower order than the sensitive 223 2, 1 | weighty body ~is either a lower place as "thing," or to 224 2, 1 | as "thing," or to be in a lower place, as "use"; ~and the 225 2, 2 | gather that the summit of a lower nature touches the base 226 2, 3 | man is perfected, in the ~lower part of his nature, by an 227 2, 3 | from the ~perfection of the lower part to the perfection of 228 2, 3 | perfected by ~something lower, except in so far as the 229 2, 3 | except in so far as the lower partakes of something ~higher. 230 2, 3 | or of any sensible, is ~lower than man. Consequently the 231 2, 3 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The lower nature may reach the higher 232 2, 3 | of the higher and of the lower nature, and ~indeed of all 233 2, 3 | different from that of the lower, according to their respective 234 2, 4 | God more clearly than the lower angels. But it refers to ~ 235 2, 4 | incorruption overflows into ~the lower nature."~Aquin.: SMT FS 236 2, 5 | creatures acting on the lower, as stated in the FP, Q[ 237 2, 5 | the last end, ~while the lower powers contribute to the 238 2, 5 | intellect of a man or of a ~lower angel, as to certain notions 239 2, 9 | Augustine (De Trin. iii, 4) "the lower ~bodies are moved by the 240 2, 9 | its superior: ~thus the lower bodies are moved by the 241 2, 10 | moved of necessity by the lower appetite?~(4) Whether it 242 2, 10 | moved, of necessity, by the lower appetite? ~Aquin.: SMT FS 243 2, 10 | necessity by a passion of ~the lower appetite. For the Apostle 244 2, 10 | moved of necessity by the lower appetite.~Aquin.: SMT FS 245 2, 15 | delight ~belongs to the lower reason, as Augustine says ( 246 2, 15 | thought belongs to the lower reason, just as to the lower 247 2, 15 | lower reason, just as to the lower reason it ~belongs to think. 248 2, 15 | act, it belongs to the ~lower reason. For that which is 249 2, 15 | something else, belongs to a ~lower art or power than does the 250 2, 17 | human acts, the act of a ~lower power is in the position 251 2, 17 | power, in so far as the lower power acts in virtue of 252 2, 18 | end intended by one of the lower officers. From all this 253 2, 19 | Augustine, the command of a lower authority ~does not bind 254 2, 24 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Even the lower appetitive powers are called 255 2, 24 | intensely moved to anything, the lower part also follows that ~ 256 2, 30 | that it overflows into the lower appetite, so that the latter ~ 257 2, 30 | desire may be not only in the lower, but ~also in the higher 258 2, 31 | with the delight of ~the lower;~(6) Of sensible delights 259 2, 31 | superior appetite on the lower. Thirdly, because bodily 260 2, 34 | whereby the ~higher or lower appetite rests in that which 261 2, 36 | approaches naturally to a ~lower place. But if we consider 262 2, 36 | itself inclines towards the lower place more than it withdraws 263 2, 36 | downward ~movement is the lower place; while the principle 264 2, 38 | overflow from the higher to the lower powers: and accordingly, 265 2, 42 | will, in ~so far as the lower appetite obeys reason; wherefore 266 2, 44 | being near the heart. The lower lip, too, ~and the lower 267 2, 44 | lower lip, too, ~and the lower jaw tremble, through their 268 2, 47 | he is ~despised; so the lower it is, the less reason he 269 2, 51 | But with regard to the lower ~apprehensive powers, the 270 2, 53 | only on the part of the lower sensitive powers.~Aquin.: 271 2, 54 | act that is suitable to a lower nature, ~while another habit 272 2, 55 | falling away from reason, some lower power is perfect in reference ~ 273 2, 55 | of the body ~and of the lower powers. And therefore human 274 2, 55 | but of the body and of the lower powers.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 275 2, 57 | the higher to judge the lower. The highest ~virtue would 276 2, 59 | appetite; ~in so far as the lower powers follow the movement 277 2, 60 | since the reason rules man's lower powers in a ~certain order, 278 2, 65 | order that the act of a lower power be perfect, not only ~ 279 2, 65 | higher, but also in the lower power: for ~if the principal 280 2, 66 | cause that we judge of the lower effects; hence it is that ~ 281 2, 68 | excellent gifts, here, with ~the lower gifts."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 282 2, 73 | it is about a higher or ~lower principle. And forasmuch 283 2, 74 | reason?~(8) Whether the lower reason can be the subject 284 2, 74 | 12) that sin is in the ~lower and in the higher reason.~ 285 2, 74 | inordinate ~movements of the lower powers, or deliberately 286 2, 74 | the woman" denotes the lower reason, as he ~himself explains ( 287 2, 74 | all the objects of those lower powers ~that can be directed 288 2, 74 | by ~deed, belongs to the lower reason," as Augustine states ( 289 2, 74 | sometimes ~ascribed to the lower reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 290 2, 74 | higher reason excels the lower, so does the ~reason excel 291 2, 74 | Therefore sometimes also the lower reason may consent to a 292 2, 74 | delectation belongs to the lower reason, ~which delivers 293 2, 74 | which delivers judgment in a lower court: although the higher 294 2, 74 | to the judgment ~of the lower court, is subject also to 295 2, 74 | reason is pronounced the lower reason, while deliberating 296 2, 74 | delectation belongs to the lower ~reason. If, however, after 297 2, 74 | act before the higher or lower ~reason has time to deliberate. 298 2, 74 | But the judgment of the lower reason is ~deliberate, and 299 2, 74 | delectation belongs to the lower reason, which does not ~ 300 2, 74 | delectation may be not only in the lower reason, ~but also in the 301 2, 74 | A[7]). Nevertheless the ~lower reason may turn away from 302 2, 74 | since ~even the acts of the lower powers and of the external 303 2, 74 | reason as directing the ~lower powers?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 304 2, 74 | reason as directing the lower powers, i.e. as consenting 305 2, 74 | than ~the objects of the lower powers that are directed 306 2, 74 | regard the objects of the lower powers, except in so far ~ 307 2, 74 | mortally, if the acts of the lower powers to which it ~consents 308 2, 74 | things pertaining to the lower powers, it always sins mortally, 309 2, 77 | mover is not moved by the lower; thus the ~soul is not moved 310 2, 77 | as a higher mover to a ~lower: for the Philosopher says ( 311 2, 77 | not directly moved by the lower; but, ~in a manner, it can 312 2, 77 | powers redound on to the lower, since it is ~not possible 313 2, 81 | is the ~disorder of the lower parts of the soul and of 314 2, 82 | conversely in evil things, the lower part of the soul is found 315 2, 82 | equally broken in all, and the lower parts of the ~soul are, 316 2, 85 | had perfect ~hold over the lower parts of the soul, while 317 2, 85 | whereby not ~only were the lower powers of the soul held 318 2, 86 | defiled by contact with a lower nature: hence the sun's ~ 319 2, 89 | order, by reason of the ~lower powers not being checked 320 2, 89 | stability of order, so that the lower powers were always ~subjected 321 2, 93 | subject to a higher than to a lower cause. Hence the very ~fact 322 2, 93 | heavy body rest in ~the lower place is also the cause 323 2, 96 | bound by the mandate of the ~lower authority, since he is directed 324 2, 100 | virtues regard the duty of the lower powers to ~reason. It is 325 2, 102 | more grievous the sin, the lower the ~species of animals 326 2, 102 | For the things ~of this lower world owe their variety 327 2, 102 | the Law, the higher and ~lower priests, as stated in Lev. 328 2, 102 | appointed ~to the higher and lower priests, as related in Ex. 329 2, 102 | from the head on to the lower parts of ~the body; according 330 2, 105 | now cases are taken from a lower to a higher court either 331 2, 109 | to a ~higher end, which lower natures can nowise reach; 332 2, 109 | of the corruption ~of his lower appetite of sensuality. 333 2, 109 | and this because, as the ~lower appetite ought to be subject 334 2, 109 | that the movements of the lower appetite should be ~regulated. 335 2, 109 | help occurring since the lower appetite is not subject 336 2, 2 | towards the perfection of the lower nature, one of ~which is 337 2, 2 | revelation reaches those of lower degree through those who 338 2, 2 | the angels, and to the ~lower angels through the higher, 339 2, 2 | must needs reach ~men of lower degree through those of 340 2, 2 | of Divine things than the lower angels, as Dionysius states ~( 341 2, 14 | through being hindered by the lower powers which the human intellect ~ 342 2, 15 | concerned the people of ~lower degree, and these the precepts 343 2, 17 | movements which occur in the lower ~appetite, are with passion, 344 2, 17 | the will, and not in the lower appetite, of which the ~ 345 2, 18 | to ~submit, by love, to a lower creature, so too is it an 346 2, 23 | does it dispose ~one to a lower degree.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 347 2, 28 | reason, the movement of the lower appetite may be regulated. 348 2, 34 | is that a man strives to lower another's reputation, and 349 2, 37 | anew. Since, however, the lower power ought not to ~exercise 350 2, 42 | signified by "the mind," the lower appetitive power, signified ~ 351 2, 43 | province of wisdom, while the lower part is the domain ~of knowledge. 352 2, 45 | reason is said to command the lower powers.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 353 2, 46 | obedience on the part of the lower ~powers, which pertain to 354 2, 49 | according to higher and lower ~principles: thus in speculative 355 2, 49 | is beside the order of a lower principle or cause, is sometimes 356 2, 50 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, A lower principle of movement is 357 2, 50 | the Divine Reason, as a lower ~motive principle to a higher: 358 2, 65 | difference between judges of ~lower degree and the supreme judge, 359 2, 66 | superiors, nor persons of lower degree, ~those of a higher 360 2, 67 | man should submit to the lower authority in so far as the ~ 361 2, 67 | higher authority. If the lower authority ~departs from 362 2, 75 | goods to be specifically ~of lower value, as when a man sells 363 2, 75 | would only be in order to lower the price. Now sometimes ~ 364 2, 75 | knew this they would give a lower ~price. But apparently the 365 2, 76 | wishes to buy goods at ~a lower price than what is just, 366 2, 81 | to command not only the lower powers and ~the members 367 2, 81 | implore ~the help of the lower saints' prayers but only 368 2, 81 | Divine order is such that lower beings receive an ~overflow 369 2, 81 | higher but also to the lower saints; else we should have 370 2, 81 | addressed to a saint of lower degree are more efficacious, 371 2, 83 | as in natural things the lower are naturally subject to 372 2, 98 | and must be assigned a lower ~place.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 373 2, 102 | behooved the higher to move the lower to their actions ~by the 374 2, 102 | the higher must move the lower by their will in virtue ~ 375 2, 102 | established natural ~order the lower natural things need to be 376 2, 103 | to obey a higher than a ~lower authority, in sign of which 377 2, 103 | of which the command of a lower authority is set ~aside 378 2, 116 | shameful to be subject to a ~lower than to a higher good. Now 379 2, 139 | regulated according ~to lower. Now, as temperance is a 380 2, 139 | pleasures ~common to us and the lower animals, as stated in Ethic. 381 2, 139 | pleasures common to us and the lower animals.~Aquin.: SMT SS 382 2, 140 | pleasures common to us and the lower ~animals, as stated above ( 383 2, 142 | Hence children and the lower ~animals inspire no one 384 2, 151 | I answer that, When the lower powers are strongly moved 385 2, 151 | vice of lust is that the lower ~appetite, namely the concupiscible, 386 2, 156 | of his will, ~since the lower appetite necessarily follows 387 2, 159 | are especially wont ~to lower the eyes, as though not 388 2, 159 | are either of ~higher or lower or of equal degree.~Aquin.: 389 2, 162 | was subject to God, the lower powers of his soul would 390 2, 162 | was that neither ~were his lower powers wholly subject to 391 2, 163 | serpent; extends to the lower reason, by ~pleasure, signified 392 2, 173 | things and forgetful of this lower world." Now dread of earthly ~ 393 2, 173 | is proper to man that his lower ~appetite be subject to 394 2, 173 | that the higher move the ~lower. Hence man may become outside 395 2, 173 | things pertaining to the ~lower appetite, and takes no account 396 2, 173 | through the violence of his lower appetite a ~man is withdrawn 397 2, 173 | from ~the intellect to the lower powers and even to the body. 398 2, 173 | which He was "made a little lower ~than the angels" (Heb. 399 2, 178 | the soul sees something of lower degree, ~and is thereby 400 2, 178 | higher angel enlightens the lower angels through the angels 401 2, 178 | body which drags us down to lower things, according ~to Wis. 402 2, 179 | angels," who belong to the lower order, "always see the face 403 2, 179 | regards the ~administering to lower creatures, for this is competent 404 2, 180 | works of the active life the lower powers also, ~which are 405 2, 180 | contemplation is compared to the ~lower reason which is assigned 406 2, 182 | higher ones bishops and the lower ones priests. But to assert 407 2, 183 | things spiritual, and the lower ~bodies by the higher, as 408 2, 183 | dispose of those ~that are lower.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[185] A[ 409 2, 183 | Further, he who ascends from a lower to a higher degree is ~seemingly 410 2, 183 | things which pertain to the lower degree: ~thus it was stated 411 2, 184 | him from subjection to a ~lower superior, but this is not 412 2, 185 | disgraceful marketing whereby you lower yourselves in the ~esteem 413 2, 186 | authority of the higher and lower ~superiors, to whom these 414 2, 186 | priests, but by all those of lower order who in any way assist 415 2, 187 | state need not begin from a ~lower state: for instance, if 416 3, 6 | creature and God, since lower creatures are directed to 417 3, 6 | the powers, but for the lower powers, which are common ~ 418 3, 7 | desert. But Christ was "made lower than the angels," not as 419 3, 7 | pre-ordained to a higher or lower state.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 420 3, 7 | earth, because there is no lower place than that of the earth. 421 3, 9 | The other relation is to lower things, i.e. to phantasms, 422 3, 11 | Who was ~made a little lower than the angels, for the 423 3, 11 | that Christ is said to be ~lower than the angels only in 424 3, 13 | what is received in the ~lower nature from the higher is 425 3, 13 | even as the denser and lower bodies are ruled in ~a fixed 426 3, 14 | pours over even into the lower nature" (i.e. the body), " 427 3, 16 | to no injury, yet makes lower things Its own, to save 428 3, 16 | we cannot argue from the lower ~species to the higher. 429 3, 19 | moved by the soul and the ~lower powers by the reason. And 430 3, 22 | passibility, He "was made a little lower than the ~angels," as the 431 3, 27 | in the ~rebellion of the lower powers against the reason, 432 3, 27 | granted to her, that the lower ~powers were never moved 433 3, 30 | life, "was made a little lower than the angels," ~according 434 3, 31 | of Melchisedech, but of a lower order. Consequently we must 435 3, 41 | the higher it aims, the lower it abases itself."~Aquin.: 436 3, 42 | enlightenment comes to the lower angels through the higher. 437 3, 44 | by changes wrought in the lower bodies, which changes ~can 438 3, 44 | as it is natural to the lower bodies to be moved by ~the 439 3, 44 | principally by changing its lower powers. Hence Jerome, commenting 440 3, 46 | higher ~powers into the lower; but it was not so with 441 3, 46 | higher powers into the lower. But this did not happen 442 3, 46 | suffered indeed as to all His lower ~powers; because in all 443 3, 46 | because in all the soul's lower powers, whose operations 444 3, 46 | the higher part into the ~lower, nor from the soul into 445 3, 46 | in its proper acts by the lower, it ~follows that the higher 446 3, 49 | descended ~first into the lower parts of the earth? He that 447 3, 50 | species] is removed, so is the lower. ~But the living or animated 448 3, 52 | descended first into the lower parts of the earth?" And 449 3, 52 | will ~penetrate to all the lower parts of the earth." But 450 3, 52 | lost ~is computed among the lower parts of the earth according 451 3, 52 | They shall go into the lower parts of the earth." Therefore 452 3, 52 | penetrated to all the ~lower parts of the earth, not 453 3, 52 | bare before them in the lower ~regions by His descending 454 3, 57 | whereby He descended "into the lower ~regions of the earth," 455 3, 59 | says (De Trin. iii) ~the lower things are ruled by God 456 3, 61 | parts of man) ruled the lower, and nowise depended on 457 3, 61 | subject to God, so were the lower powers of the soul subject ~ 458 3, 64 | minister can do whatever the lower can; thus a priest can do 459 3, 64 | described as being "a little lower than the ~angels" (Heb. 460 3, 67 | cannot baptize; since what a lower power can do, that can also 461 3, 67 | affairs are entrusted to lower ~officials, while greater 462 3, 67 | Consequently it belongs to the lower officials of the state to 463 3, 67 | matters concerning the lower orders; while to the highest 464 3, 72 | the matter belongs to the ~lower craftsmen, the higher gives 465 3, 72 | he can commit to certain lower orders things that belong ~ 466 Suppl, 3 | necessity, in so far as the lower powers follow the movements 467 Suppl, 3 | the greatest, because the lower powers are more deeply moved ~ 468 Suppl, 3 | approaches to the ~objects of the lower powers, the more do the 469 Suppl, 3 | sorrows - both because the lower ~appetite does not obey 470 Suppl, 3 | infallibly, as though in the ~lower appetite there should arise 471 Suppl, 3 | as the emotions of the ~lower appetite result from the 472 Suppl, 3 | on the disposition of the lower faculty to the ~reception 473 Suppl, 8 | appointed to help, ~he holds a lower rank, and the penitent is 474 Suppl, 20| angel can submit to the lower, such as there can happen 475 Suppl, 22| higher than the ~Apostle, but lower. Nor is it absurd that, 476 Suppl, 29| prepares the ~matter for the lower, because the art which applies 477 Suppl, 29| sacraments, and to the lower ministers through the medium 478 Suppl, 34| everyone should deem himself lower than another (Phil. ~2:3): " 479 Suppl, 34| one should esteem himself lower in merit, not in ~office; 480 Suppl, 35| previously received the lower Orders and yet they ~could 481 Suppl, 35| they ~could do all that the lower Orders could, because the 482 Suppl, 35| Orders could, because the lower power is ~comprised in the 483 Suppl, 35| previously humbled himself in the lower offices. And hence it is 484 Suppl, 35| receive ~Orders, whereas a lower Order does not give him 485 Suppl, 36| are placed, but also the lower grades, and without exception ~ 486 Suppl, 36| the reader (which is ~the lower Order) to read the Old Testament, 487 Suppl, 37| under this last all the lower Orders are ~comprised. But 488 Suppl, 37| fewness of ~ministers, all the lower ministries were entrusted 489 Suppl, 37| contracted. But the ~four lower orders neither impede the 490 Suppl, 37| sacrament belongs to the lower Orders. Therefore ~absolution 491 Suppl, 37| should not be applicable to a lower Order. But ~it is an act 492 Suppl, 37| except ~as the acts of lower Orders are ascribed to the 493 Suppl, 37| the Old Testament to the ~lower ministers. Moreover the 494 Suppl, 37| while both the higher and lower Orders co-operate with him 495 Suppl, 38| relation to the ~power of the lower Orders, as political science, 496 Suppl, 38| the common ~good, to the lower acts and virtues which seek 497 Suppl, 38| 2, lays down the law to lower sciences, namely what ~science 498 Suppl, 40| Divine things, and from the lower part by ~clipping, lest 499 Suppl, 40| cannot be conferred by a lower, nor equal ~by equal, because " 500 Suppl, 40| are not so ~exacted of the lower ministers, therefore certain


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