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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 18 | powers; and ~these by their command move the organs of movement. 2 1, 21 | intellect; but as to the command whereby our actions are 3 1, 22 | nevertheless to ~give a command as to the ordering of things 4 1, 25 | carries into execution ~the command of a just will, God is said 5 1, 34 | by way of assertion or of command.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[34] A[ 6 1, 34 | word" is here taken to mean command; inasmuch as ~by the effect 7 1, 36 | that he works through the command of ~another. Sometimes, 8 1, 42 | communicates His essence. The command of the Father can be explained ~ 9 1, 43 | sender: either according to command, ~as the master sends the 10 1, 43 | sender as principle, by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as 11 1, 69 | Reply OBJ 4: The Divine command gives bodies their natural 12 1, 74 | said," signify a Divine command. ~Such a command, however, 13 1, 74 | Divine command. ~Such a command, however, could not have 14 1, 74 | the Word, denoted by the command "Let . . . be made"; secondly, 15 1, 74 | be made," denote ~God's command, and the words, "It was 16 1, 74 | the fulfilment of that ~command. But as it was necessary, 17 1, 77 | wherefore they direct them and command them. Likewise the ~sensitive 18 1, 42 | communicates His essence. The command of the Father can be explained ~ 19 1, 43 | sender: either according to command, ~as the master sends the 20 1, 43 | sender as principle, by command or counsel; forasmuch ~as 21 1, 70 | Reply OBJ 4: The Divine command gives bodies their natural 22 1, 73 | said," signify a Divine command. ~Such a command, however, 23 1, 73 | Divine command. ~Such a command, however, could not have 24 1, 73 | the Word, denoted by the command "Let . . . be made"; secondly, 25 1, 73 | be made," denote ~God's command, and the words, "It was 26 1, 73 | the fulfilment of that ~command. But as it was necessary, 27 1, 76 | wherefore they direct them and command them. Likewise the ~sensitive 28 1, 80 | appetites: but he awaits the ~command of the will, which is the 29 1, 80 | soul, but at the soul's command both hand and ~foot, and 30 1, 80 | they are subject to the command of ~reason, which can not 31 1, 94 | they ~disobeyed the Divine command, and forfeited Divine grace, 32 1, 95 | is proper to a master to command. But a command is ~not given 33 1, 95 | master to command. But a command is ~not given rightly save 34 1, 95 | Dei xix, 14): "Just men command not by the love of domineering, 35 1, 97 | received the general Divine command relative to ~generation, 36 1, 97 | they awaited the special command relative to time.~Aquin.: 37 1, 105 | as in human affairs ~the command of the president is passed 38 1, 106 | the second stage by the command of the will, and hence in ~ 39 1, 109 | change, is subject to the command of ~reason. An angel, however, 40 1, 111 | this takes ~place by Divine command. Hence it follows that an 41 1, 111 | according as he acts by Divine command in ~respect of any corporeal 42 1, 111 | but only disposition and command in administering. On the ~ 43 1, 113 | evident assistance ~and command of God, to Whom every creature 44 1, 116 | exterior bodies by its ~command.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[117] A[ 45 1, 116 | the separate soul ~cannot command the obedience of a body; 46 2, 1 | when he acts at ~another's command, or when he is moved under 47 2, 1 | common ~good, moves, by his command, all the particular departments 48 2, 6 | from ~executing the will's command. But as to the will's own 49 2, 9 | concerned with the end, by its command moves the art which is concerned ~ 50 2, 9 | the whole army - by his command moves ~one of the captains, 51 2, 9 | the will, moves, by its command, the irascible and ~concupiscible 52 2, 11 | tendency. Yet the power of command in ~respect of the end is 53 2, 11 | moves ~all nature by its command, just as in things endowed 54 2, 11 | appetitive powers do not command with freedom, but are moved 55 2, 12 | is in authority, by his command moves ~others to that which 56 2, 13 | lxviii) that if the superior command what ~is impossible, it 57 2, 15 | irrational animals have not the command of the appetitive movement; 58 2, 15 | rational ~nature, which has the command of the appetitive movement, 59 2, 17 | of inquiry:~(1) Whether command is an act of the will or 60 2, 17 | the reason?~(2) Whether command belongs to irrational animals?~( 61 2, 17 | 3) Of the order between command and use~(4) Whether command 62 2, 17 | command and use~(4) Whether command and the commanded act are 63 2, 17 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether command is an act of the reason 64 2, 17 | OBJ 1: It would seem that command is not an act of the reason 65 2, 17 | reason but of the ~will. For command is a kind of motion; because 66 2, 17 | Q[9], A[1]). Therefore command is an act of ~the will.~ 67 2, 17 | subject, so, seemingly, to command belongs to that which is 68 2, 17 | in the will. Therefore to command ~belongs to the will.~Aquin.: 69 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, command is followed at once by act. 70 2, 17 | do it at once. Therefore command is not an act ~of the reason, 71 2, 17 | obeys reason." ~Therefore command is an act of the reason.~ 72 2, 17 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Command is an act of the reason 73 2, 17 | A[1] Body Para. 2/2~Now, command is essentially indeed an 74 2, 17 | Consequently it follows that command is an act of the reason, ~ 75 2, 17 | which the reason, by its ~command, moves (the power) to the 76 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: To command is to move, not anyhow, 77 2, 17 | This argument proves that command is an act of reason not ~ 78 2, 17 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether command belongs to irrational animals?~ 79 2, 17 | OBJ 1: It would seem that command belongs to irrational animals. ~ 80 2, 17 | irrational animals. Therefore command is ~to be found in irrational 81 2, 17 | Orth. ii, 22). Therefore command is to be found in ~irrational 82 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Command is an act of reason, as 83 2, 17 | Neither, therefore, is ~there command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 84 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, To command is nothing else than to 85 2, 17 | irrational animals should ~command in any way, since they are 86 2, 17 | appetitive power is said to command movement, in so far ~as 87 2, 17 | commanding ~faculty, unless command be taken loosely for motion.~ 88 2, 17 | soul is not competent to command, because it is not competent 89 2, 17 | wherefore his impulse is one of command. On the other hand, the ~ 90 2, 17 | them is impulse but not command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 91 2, 17 | 1/1~Whether use precedes command?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 92 2, 17 | would seem that use precedes command. For command is an act of ~ 93 2, 17 | use precedes command. For command is an act of ~the reason 94 2, 17 | Therefore use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 95 2, 17 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, command is one of those things that 96 2, 17 | seems that use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 97 2, 17 | above (Q[16], A[1]). ~But command is an act of the reason 98 2, 17 | above ~(A[1]). Therefore command is a kind of use. Now the 99 2, 17 | Therefore use precedes command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 100 2, 17 | to operation is given by command. ~Therefore command precedes 101 2, 17 | given by command. ~Therefore command precedes use.~Aquin.: SMT 102 2, 17 | still more does it precede command. On the ~other hand, use 103 2, 17 | executive power, follows command; because use in the user ~ 104 2, 17 | something with the stick. But command is not simultaneous ~with 105 2, 17 | of the thing to which the command is given: for it naturally ~ 106 2, 17 | Consequently it is evident that command precedes use.~Aquin.: SMT 107 2, 17 | of the reason ~which is command; but an act of the will 108 2, 17 | to use, by executing the command of ~reason; sometimes it 109 2, 17 | Consequently, from the fact that command precedes, rather than that ~ 110 2, 17 | reason for the ~purpose of command, precedes the command; so 111 2, 17 | of command, precedes the command; so also we may say that 112 2, 17 | reason, is preceded by a command of reason; ~since the acts 113 2, 17 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether command and the commanded act are 114 2, 17 | act is not one with the command ~itself. For the acts of 115 2, 17 | belongs to one power, and the command to another; since one ~is 116 2, 17 | power that receives the ~command. Therefore the commanded 117 2, 17 | act is not one with the command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 118 2, 17 | act is separate from the command: for sometimes the command 119 2, 17 | command: for sometimes the command is given, and ~the commanded 120 2, 17 | act follows not. Therefore command is a distinct act from ~ 121 2, 17 | consequent, are distinct. But command naturally precedes the ~ 122 2, 17 | unless by reason of the command. Therefore they are one.~ 123 2, 17 | Hence it is evident that command and ~the commanded act are 124 2, 17 | Reply OBJ 2: The fact that command and the commanded act can 125 2, 17 | 2: Further, to receive a command belongs to one who can understand ~ 126 2, 17 | who can understand ~the command. But the will cannot understand 127 2, 17 | will cannot understand the command; for the will ~differs from 128 2, 17 | be also commanded, this command will be precedes by another 129 2, 17 | power, is subject to our command. ~But the acts of the will, 130 2, 17 | As stated above (A[1]), command is nothing else than the ~ 131 2, 17 | imperfectly. ~Now imperfect command arises from the fact that 132 2, 17 | by ~opposite motives to command or not to command: wherefore 133 2, 17 | motives to command or not to command: wherefore it fluctuates ~ 134 2, 17 | between the two, and fails to command perfectly.~Aquin.: SMT FS 135 2, 17 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since command is an act of reason, that 136 2, 17 | impossible for a thing to command itself. But it is the reason ~ 137 2, 17 | free-will, can be done by our ~command. But the acts of the reason 138 2, 17 | is ~not subject to our command. But some things which are 139 2, 17 | power, and is subject to our command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 140 2, 17 | appetite is not subject to our command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 141 2, 17 | is not subject to man's ~command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 142 2, 17 | appetite is not subject to our command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 143 2, 17 | appetite is subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 144 2, 17 | An act is subject to our command, in so far as it is in ~ 145 2, 17 | appetite is subject to the command ~of reason, we must consider 146 2, 17 | appetite is subject to the command of reason. On the other 147 2, 17 | body is not subject to the command of ~reason: and consequently 148 2, 17 | being wholly subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 149 2, 17 | movement occurs without the command ~of reason: although reason 150 2, 17 | are not wholly subject to command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 151 2, 17 | perfect compliance with the command of reason. Hence the Apostle 152 2, 17 | is not subject to the ~command of reason: since it is due 153 2, 17 | consequent, follows the command of reason: since it results 154 2, 17 | soul are subject to ~the command of reason. For the sensitive 155 2, 17 | soul are subject to ~the command of reason. Much more, therefore, 156 2, 17 | in the world obeys His ~command. Therefore all that is in 157 2, 17 | vegetal ~soul, obey the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 158 2, 17 | acts as are ~subject to the command of reason. But in the acts 159 2, 17 | powers are subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 160 2, 17 | soul are not subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 161 2, 17 | more is it subject to the command of reason. Hence the very 162 2, 17 | is wholly subject to ~His command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 163 2, 17 | heart is not subject to the command of reason: for ~Gregory 164 2, 17 | members ~is not subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 165 2, 17 | one discern obedience from command."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 166 2, 17 | powers are subject to the command of ~reason, whereas the 167 2, 17 | powers, are subject to the ~command of reason; whereas those 168 2, 17 | are not subject to the command of reason.~Aquin.: SMT FS 169 2, 17 | they ~are not moved at the command of the reason or intellect, 170 2, 17 | change is not subject to the command of reason. This is the case ~ 171 2, 19 | according to Augustine, the command of a lower authority ~does 172 2, 19 | if it be contrary to the command of a higher authority: for ~ 173 2, 19 | if a provincial governor command something that is forbidden 174 2, 19 | proposes what is against the ~command of a higher power, namely, 175 2, 19 | something contrary to the command of ~the higher authority. 176 2, 19 | man were to believe the command of the ~proconsul to be 177 2, 19 | the ~proconsul to be the command of the emperor, in scorning 178 2, 19 | emperor, in scorning the command of ~the proconsul he would 179 2, 19 | proconsul he would scorn the command of the emperor. In like 180 2, 20 | proceeds from the master's command. Wherefore the evil will 181 2, 24 | as being subject to the command of the ~reason and will. 182 2, 24 | considered as subject to the command of the ~reason and will, 183 2, 46 | in obedience to reason's command, but as a result of reason' 184 2, 46 | listen perfectly to the command of reason," as stated above ~( 185 2, 50 | according ~as they act at the command of reason. According as 186 2, 50 | according as they act at the command of reason, they can be ordained 187 2, 50 | inborn ~aptitude to obey the command of reason, and therefore 188 2, 50 | inborn aptitude to obey the ~command of reason; and therefore 189 2, 50 | animals do not act at the ~command of reason; but if they are 190 2, 50 | according as they act at the command of the reason. ~And yet 191 2, 50 | are moved to act at the command of the reason.~Aquin.: SMT 192 2, 50 | rather in the ~powers which command their movements.~Aquin.: 193 2, 56 | intellect is moved by the command of the will to assent to 194 2, 56 | the body with a ~despotic command" as the master rules his 195 2, 56 | concupiscible powers by a political command" such as that by which ~ 196 2, 56 | Q[78], A[4]] act at ~the command of reason. Therefore in 197 2, 57 | second, judgment; the third, command. The first two ~correspond 198 2, 57 | reason does not have to command in things that man cannot 199 2, 57 | the chief act is that of command, ~to which all the rest 200 2, 57 | virtue which ~perfects the command, viz. prudence, as obtaining 201 2, 58 | reason counsel, judge and command ~aright, which is the function 202 2, 58 | but also ~to judge and command well. This is not possible 203 2, 58 | destroying the judgment and command of prudence, be ~removed; 204 2, 59 | the execution of reason's ~command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 205 2, 59 | the execution of reason's command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[59] A[ 206 2, 60 | virtue through its act of command: since it directs all the 207 2, 60 | that is active through the command of ~another virtue.~Aquin.: 208 2, 61 | found ~chiefly in reason's command, but not in its counsel 209 2, 66 | Now ~prudence seems to command wisdom, for it is stated 210 2, 66 | that prudence does not command wisdom, but vice versa: 211 2, 66 | object of wisdom: but its command covers things directed to 212 2, 68 | aptitude to be moved by the command of reason. Accordingly the 213 2, 68 | powers to be moved ~by the command of reason, so it is natural 214 2, 80 | nature, nor is it due to a command alone, but ~according to 215 2, 90 | It belongs to the law to command and to forbid. But it ~belongs 216 2, 90 | it ~belongs to reason to command, as stated above (Q[17], 217 2, 90 | For it belongs to law to command and to forbid. But ~commands 218 2, 90 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: A command denotes an application of 219 2, 92 | the effects of law are to command, to forbid, to permit, and ~ 220 2, 92 | assigned as ~consisting in "command," "prohibition," "permission" 221 2, 92 | as the jurist states. But command ~and precept are the same. 222 2, 92 | at a higher good than a ~command does. Therefore it belongs 223 2, 92 | counsel rather than to ~command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 224 2, 92 | the law is a precept or command, for "the law commands all 225 2, 93 | state flows from the king's command to ~his inferior administrators: 226 2, 93 | him, in so far as by his ~command or pronouncement of any 227 2, 93 | this ~way, God is said to command the whole of nature, according 228 2, 93 | human body are moved at the ~command of reason, and yet do not 229 2, 94 | alive." Consequently, by the command of God, death can be inflicted 230 2, 94 | with any ~woman, by the command of God, is neither adultery 231 2, 94 | whatever is taken by the command of God, to Whom all things 232 2, 96 | proconsul should be ruled by his command, but ~not in those matters 233 2, 99 | expressed by way of absolute command or prohibition, as "Thou 234 2, 100 | children of Israel, by God's command, took away ~the spoils of 235 2, 100 | due to be slain by the ~command of God, Who is Lord of life 236 2, 100 | himself one who was his by command of God, Who is ~the Author 237 2, 102 | also is to be referred the ~command: "In one house shall it 238 2, 102 | unclean. Moreover, this command aimed at ~the prevention 239 2, 102 | leprosy is cleansed," shall command "him that is to be purified": ~ 240 2, 102 | Therefore it is an unfitting command that is set forth in Lev. 241 2, 102 | where after ~expressing the command, the reason thereof is at 242 2, 103 | circumcision was established by command of ~God before the Law. 243 2, 103 | leprosy is cleansed, shall command him that is to be purified 244 2, 105 | the people an unfitting command.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[105] A[ 245 2, 105 | Law (Dt. 17:8,9) should command them to go to a fixed place 246 2, 105 | the more heedful of this command, it ~ordered that on the 247 2, 105 | unfitting for the Law to command (Ex. 21:2) that slaves should " 248 2, 105 | father. But the Law did not ~command any sacrifice to be offered 249 2, 108 | the harvest." But every command ~issued against the inclination 250 2, 108 | inclination of nature is an unjust command, forasmuch ~as it is contrary 251 2, 109 | endowments can fulfil this command by ~loving God above all 252 2, 2 | the Divine truth at the command of the will ~moved by the 253 2, 4 | one object of the will's command. ~Hence an act of faith 254 2, 4 | matters of faith at the command of the will.~Aquin.: SMT 255 2, 4 | well disposed to follow the command of the ~will, even as the 256 2, 4 | in ~order to follow the command of reason; hence there needs 257 2, 4 | assenting to the truth at the ~command of the will, two things 258 2, 10 | master moves his ~servant by command. Now Christians can have 259 2, 10 | according to Our Lord's command (Mt. 18:8): "If . . . thy 260 2, 10 | that the Lord ~gave this command in reference to those nations 261 2, 10 | the ~froward." Now this command would not be contained in 262 2, 11 | contrary to the Apostle's command.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[11] A[ 263 2, 11 | contrary to Our Lord's command, which is to be understood 264 2, 12 | were to lose their right to command those of their ~subjects 265 2, 14 | detached" in ~order to command, and that the agent must 266 2, 15 | These words which I ~command thee . . . shall be in thy 267 2, 21 | outset under form ~of a command.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[22] A[ 268 2, 21 | given under the form ~of a command, since, unless man already 269 2, 21 | even by way of warning or command, and not merely by way of ~ 270 2, 21 | have been superfluous to command fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[22] 271 2, 21 | precept, under form of command, of fear which regards punishment, 272 2, 21 | the form of admonition or command, so too did they in ~the 273 2, 22 | is said to be a general command, ~because all other precepts 274 2, 24 | both Divine and human laws command such like sinners to ~be 275 2, 28 | else Our Lord would vainly command (Mk. ~9:49): "Have peace 276 2, 31 | to need ~correction, the command rightly understood supports 277 2, 31 | correction, whether the command be addressed to ~all in 278 2, 31 | prelate were to issue a command in express opposition to 279 2, 31 | as disobeying Our Lord's command. Consequently he ought not ~ 280 2, 31 | wherefore he has no power to command anything in respect of ~ 281 2, 31 | which cases a prelate can ~command just as a judge, whether 282 2, 31 | according to Our Lord's command. ~But this is contrary to 283 2, 37 | Ordinationes, ix, qu. 1] says: "We command that persons consecrated 284 2, 38 | of the sovereign by whose command the war ~is to be waged. 285 2, 38 | of anyone, without the ~command or permission of superior 286 2, 39 | themselves. ~Even so any sin may command the act of another sin, 287 2, 42 | his soldiers to fight, his command will be ~perfectly obeyed 288 2, 45 | Whether its proper act is command?~(9) Whether solicitude 289 2, 45 | concerned about the end, to command the virtues or arts that 290 2, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether command is the chief act of prudence?~ 291 2, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that command is not the chief act of 292 2, 45 | chief act of prudence. For ~command regards the good to be ensued. 293 2, 45 | avoid ambushes." Therefore ~command is not the chief act of 294 2, 45 | to take counsel" and "to command" seem to ~be different acts, 295 2, 45 | Q[57], ~A[6]). Therefore command is not the chief act of 296 2, 45 | to belong to the will to command and to rule, ~since the 297 2, 45 | in the reason. Therefore ~command is not an act of prudence.~ 298 2, 45 | and its third act is "to command," which act ~consists in 299 2, 45 | chief act of prudence, ~viz. command, than to sin involuntarily.~ 300 2, 45 | Reply OBJ 1: The act of command extends both to the ensuing 301 2, 45 | applied to action: wherefore command belongs to ~prudence which 302 2, 45 | belongs to the will: but command denotes ~motion together 303 2, 45 | prudence, whose chief act is a ~command about what has been already 304 2, 45 | with the direction and ~command of reason, wherein solicitude 305 2, 45 | to counsel, judge, and ~command concerning the means of 306 2, 45 | Further, prudence exercises command, as stated above (A[8]). 307 2, 45 | stated above (A[8]). But ~command is not in the competency 308 2, 45 | as the reason is said to command the lower powers.~Aquin.: 309 2, 45 | fails to make an effective command.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 310 2, 45 | principal act is one of command, whereby a man applies the 311 2, 45 | so far as the ~latter's command depends on knowledge which 312 2, 46 | the reason, in order to command aright, requires to have ~ 313 2, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Right command and right use always go 314 2, 46 | together, because the ~reason's command is followed by obedience 315 2, 47 | chief act of prudence is to command, while its ~secondary act 316 2, 47 | of counsel, judgment and command, without ~which no right 317 2, 48 | prudence ~to govern and command, so that wherever in human 318 2, 48 | kind of governance and command, there must be a special 319 2, 48 | Now what the ruler has to command is the same as what the ~ 320 2, 48 | subject by his ~ruler, by command, but otherwise than as irrational 321 2, 49 | good judgment, or good command, ~inasmuch as these are 322 2, 49 | prudence, which makes man command well. ~And since counsel 323 2, 49 | since counsel is directed to command as to that which is principal, ~ 324 2, 49 | first, judgment follows, and command comes last. The last named 325 2, 49 | But ~judgment without command can be even in the wicked. 326 2, 49 | there is never a defective command, unless there be a ~defective 327 2, 49 | virtue directed to good ~command: and consequently prudence 328 2, 49 | only one virtue of good command, viz. prudence. Therefore 329 2, 49 | whose ~act is judicial. Command considers in all matters 330 2, 50 | lowest act of prudence, while command is its highest act, and 331 2, 50 | rather a gift of judgment or command.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[52] A[ 332 2, 50 | Reply OBJ 1: To judge and command belongs not to the thing 333 2, 50 | prudence by the name of command or judgment ~rather than 334 2, 51 | negligence" correspond to the ~"command" which is the proper act 335 2, 51 | has been counselled, and "command" [*Cf. ~Q[47], A[8]]. Now 336 2, 51 | from a defect in the act of command. For a man is stated to 337 2, 52 | thoughtlessness," nor a defect of ~command, because that is "inconstancy." 338 2, 52 | Negligence regards the act of command, which solicitude ~also 339 2, 52 | commanding what it should command, or as it ~should command. 340 2, 52 | command, or as it ~should command. Accordingly negligence 341 2, 56 | belongs to him, by way of ~command and direction, because a 342 2, 56 | from the obligation of a "command," or from the necessity 343 2, 56 | the other virtues by its command; for ~just as charity may 344 2, 56 | will which ~moves by its command all the other parts of the 345 2, 60 | take, ~either by express command, counsel, or consent, or 346 2, 60 | either by ~omitting the command or counsel which would hinder 347 2, 60 | A[7] Body Para. 2/4~"By command, by counsel, by consent, 348 2, 60 | restitution. First, in the case of command: because he ~that commands 349 2, 62 | those who, at the Lord's command, slew their ~neighbors and 350 2, 62 | die. Hence he who at God's command kills an ~innocent man does 351 2, 63 | without ~moderation. The command that masters should forbear 352 2, 64 | of the Egyptians at the command of the ~Lord, Who ordered 353 2, 68 | if the superior should command; because to keep faith is 354 2, 74 | unlawful to ~disregard the command of the Apostle in whom Christ 355 2, 74 | evil speaking, by way of command ~and by way of desire, there 356 2, 74 | against someone by way of command or desire. Now ~to wish 357 2, 74 | causing it in the form ~of a command, or by wishing it. Now the 358 2, 74 | is ~expressed by way of command, since it has the aspect 359 2, 74 | considers cursing by way of command.~ 360 2, 79 | with an end, moves ~by its command the power or virtue whose 361 2, 79 | object: ~wherefore, by their command, they cause the act of religion, 362 2, 79 | generality, in so far as by its command it directs the acts of ~ 363 2, 81 | it belongs to reason, to command not only the lower powers 364 2, 81 | both of these, namely, to command and to ask or beseech, ~ 365 2, 81 | cause something by way of ~command or of petition, as stated 366 2, 81 | beseeching a superior; just as command is an act of reason, ~whereby 367 2, 84 | in the ~Old Law by divine command; but in the New Law it is 368 2, 85 | tithed, the Church can command the tithes due to her, both 369 2, 86 | religion or latria by way of command, in so far as it is ~directed 370 2, 86 | natural law and the Divine ~command; but it amounts to this - 371 2, 86 | consequently, just ~as he cannot command that which is in itself 372 2, 88 | we have not the ~power to command irrational creatures, but 373 2, 93 | that Josue, at the Lord's command, ~pronounced sentence by 374 2, 98 | either on account of his command or for ~fear of his excommunication: 375 2, 98 | Orders in obedience to ~his command unless one can prove him 376 2, 99 | they ~obeyed the Lord's command, and spared not the idolaters ( 377 2, 100 | subjects are moved at the ~command of their superiors, and 378 2, 102 | by reason and will is to ~command. Wherefore just as in virtue 379 2, 102 | the ~one man who issues a command may be as a second rule 380 2, 102 | obedience would seem to be the command of a superior, ~of which, 381 2, 102 | its ~specific object is a command tacit or express, because 382 2, 102 | forestalls ~the express command as soon as he understands 383 2, 102 | reason of which the power to command is ~competent to God. Secondly, 384 2, 102 | who obeys is moved by the ~command of the person he obeys, 385 2, 102 | bound to obey the divine command.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] A[ 386 2, 102 | of nature; ~so to God can command nothing contrary to virtue 387 2, 102 | will and ~obedience to His command, although it be contrary 388 2, 102 | Accordingly, then, the command given to Abraham to slay 389 2, 102 | knowledge chiefly through God's command, wherefore man is bound 390 2, 102 | First on account of the command of a ~higher power. For 391 2, 102 | Again ~if the proconsul command one thing, and the emperor 392 2, 102 | superior if ~the latter command him to do something wherein 393 2, 103 | not ~fulfil a superior's command. But superiors often issue 394 2, 103 | not subject to another's ~command, it follows that disobedience 395 2, 103 | sin than ~contempt of his command. Now some sins are against 396 2, 103 | authority, in sign of which the command of a lower authority is 397 2, 103 | if it be contrary to the command of a higher authority. ~ 398 2, 103 | rise to reverence for his ~command. In like manner a sin that 399 2, 107 | put into ~effect at the command of the will. Wherefore truth 400 2, 120 | expression, by prohibition or by ~command, to those things which are 401 2, 120 | parents is understood to command whatever ~concerns the payment 402 2, 121 | appetite is moved by the ~command of reason, so that it may 403 2, 121 | reason is ~subject to the command of reason: so that man uses 404 2, 130 | refuses to carry out the ~command of his superiors.~Aquin.: 405 2, 131 | he ~refused to obey the command of his Creator."~Aquin.: 406 2, 145 | Church does not intend to command abstinence from drink, for 407 2, 149 | generation is not subject to the command of ~reason, as are the movements 408 2, 151 | pleasure are not subject to the command and moderation ~of reason, 409 2, 151 | fourth act is the reason's ~command about the thing to be done, 410 2, 152 | and in obedience to His command, is not contrary to right ~ 411 2, 152 | committing ~fornication by God's command. Nor should such a copulation 412 2, 156 | vice, when it bows to the ~command of reason."~Aquin.: SMT 413 2, 161 | thou be the Son of ~God, command that these stones be made 414 2, 161 | disobedience to the Divine command was not willed by ~man for 415 2, 161 | a servant, ~bound by His command."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 416 2, 166 | are ~set in motion at the command of reason. Hence it is evident 417 2, 171 | of the phantasms, at the command of ~reason, for the purpose 418 2, 174 | for a man ~to have more command over his own than over a 419 2, 180 | active life ~to direct and command the contemplative, as appears 420 2, 180 | active life does not directly command the contemplative life, ~ 421 2, 183 | office nor of his superior's command; ~thus alone is he deemed 422 2, 183 | reason of the superior's ~command. Now one may lawfully place 423 2, 183 | for salvation, before the command is given; else it would 424 2, 183 | are ~bound to keep this command, and to possess nothing 425 2, 183 | our Lord said this not in command but in ~permission. For 426 2, 184 | wish," namely does not ~command us "to pour out our wealth 427 2, 184 | under the instruction and command of someone ~as regards things 428 2, 184 | is subjected to another's command and ~instruction by obedience: 429 2, 184 | as following Him ~at His command." Now this unwavering following 430 2, 184 | according ~to his superior's command whatever pertains to the 431 2, 185 | absolute and ~peremptory command addressed to all that monks 432 2, 185 | says: "Some ~say that this command of the Apostle refers to 433 2, 185 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: This command of the Apostle is of natural 434 2, 185 | according to our Lord's command it is especially ~becoming 435 2, 187 | apostolic authority we ~command that the aforesaid priest 436 2, 187 | even against their parents' command, because ~after the age 437 3, 11 | are reduced to act by the command of the will, since ~a habit 438 3, 13 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a command is a sign of will, as was 439 3, 13 | their will." And thus this command signified His will to ~fly 440 3, 16 | Was Christ created by a command?" as if to say: "No!" Hence 441 3, 18 | by its will, as by the ~command of his lord the servant 442 3, 20 | its own will it ~obeys His command. This triple subjection 443 3, 27 | never moved without the command of her reason: just as we ~ 444 3, 35 | was being enrolled, at his command as Luke relates (2:1). ~ 445 3, 39 | creature obeys its Lord's command and will, both in ~the mother' 446 3, 41 | human assistance at his command to seek to ~obtain food 447 3, 42 | many ~witnesses, the same command to faithful men, who shall 448 3, 42 | His dictation. For at His command they, being His hands, as 449 3, 44 | that ~a demon at Christ's command, "crying out and greatly 450 3, 44 | power, healing by ~way of command, but also by applying something 451 3, 44 | we must not forbid, but command, ~that it be done."~Aquin.: 452 3, 44 | fig-tree withered away at ~His command (Mt. 21:19). Therefore Christ 453 3, 45 | Father's voice did not then command men to hear him. Therefore ~ 454 3, 46 | forbidden tree against God's command. And so, to atone for ~that 455 3, 46 | Tempore]: "Adam despised the ~command, plucking the apple from 456 3, 47 | obedience is referred to a command. But we do not read that 457 3, 47 | OBJ 1: Christ received a command from the Father to suffer. 458 3, 47 | at first He awaited the command, and that He had need to ~ 459 3, 47 | the tree against ~God's command.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 460 3, 47 | of love, to the Father's command.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 461 3, 48 | immediately, but at the command of the Father as the original 462 3, 62 | receives, by the king's command, a hundred ~pounds: not 463 3, 62 | but a sign of ~the king's command that this man should receive 464 3, 67 | recognized by the Church, "we command you to ~rebaptize in the 465 3, 70 | 19): "I know that he will command his children, ~and his household 466 3, 71 | the Church uses words of command to cast out the devil's ~ 467 3, 72 | form according to Christ's command. For the apostles, in ~conferring 468 3, 72 | captains are appointed to the command of the others. For this 469 3, 78 | thee," etc.; or by way of ~command, as when it is said in the 470 3, 78 | efficiency is due to the ~command of His wisdom; and therefore 471 3, 78 | Christ, it is from His ~command that they receive their 472 3, 80 | 7:6) ~our Lord gave this command: "Give not that which is 473 3, 80 | of monks; ~wherefore we command that when the brethren have 474 3, 80 | that account He gave no command for it ~to be received in 475 3, 80 | by virtue of the Lord's command (Lk. 22:19): "Do this in 476 3, 80 | for ~fulfilling Christ's command.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[80] A[ 477 3, 81 | teach." But He gave the ~command (Mt. 7:6): "Give not that 478 3, 83 | By a unanimous decree we command that no one shall ~presume 479 3, 83 | presumption in obeying Christ's command, saying: "Wherefore, ~calling 480 3, 83 | contrary, Just as God does not command an impossibility, so ~neither 481 3, 89 | whether by deed, or by command, or by counsel, or in self-defense." 482 Suppl, 2 | had ~failed to obey the command of God's law, and not as 483 Suppl, 8 | of a privilege or of the command of a superior?~(6) Whether 484 Suppl, 8 | in accordance with God's ~command, he is not yet reconciled 485 Suppl, 8 | others, except through their command. Hence whoever is appointed 486 Suppl, 8 | be such as to be able to command ~something to be done. Now 487 Suppl, 8 | man is not competent to command another ~unless he have 488 Suppl, 8 | can ~absolve, who, by his command, can bind the penitent to 489 Suppl, 8 | not require the power ~of command over a man, whereas this 490 Suppl, 8 | virtue of a privilege or a command given by a superior?~Aquin.: 491 Suppl, 8 | virtue of a privilege or command ~given by a superior. For 492 Suppl, 8 | privilege, permission, or command.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[5] 493 Suppl, 8 | the observance of a Divine command ~cannot be the subject of 494 Suppl, 8 | cannot be the subject of a command or privilege given by man. 495 Suppl, 8 | man. Now it is a ~Divine command to the rectors of churches 496 Suppl, 8 | by any human privilege or command.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[8] A[5] 497 Suppl, 11| no human dispensation or ~command can absolve one therefrom, 498 Suppl, 17| matters, from the power of command vested in the one ~who judges. 499 Suppl, 21| speech, ~but said: The Lord command thee." Therefore the Church 500 Suppl, 24| by oath to submit to the command of the judge who pronounced


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