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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | who is the measure and rule of human acts. In ~another 2 1, 7 | preceding article, by the same rule, the ~infinite can be also 3 1, 13 | in things; ~and the same rule applies to other names.~ 4 1, 13 | God and to man. The same rule applies to other terms. 5 1, 13 | metaphorical sense, the same rule would apply if they were 6 1, 13 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: The same rule does not apply to metaphorical 7 1, 13 | relation to creatures, the same rule holds good of all things 8 1, 13 | predicated of itself, the same rule in some way applies, ~inasmuch 9 1, 19 | according to its form, the rule is the same with active 10 1, 19 | with ~formal causes. The rule in forms is this: that although 11 1, 21 | is ~related to it as its rule and measure; whereas the 12 1, 21 | things are the measure and rule of the mind, truth consists 13 1, 21 | But when the mind is the rule or measure of things, truth 14 1, 21 | order conformable to the rule of His wisdom, ~which is 15 1, 21 | effect with its cause and rule: ~as has been said regarding 16 1, 32 | word, we too follow this rule."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[32] A[ 17 1, 36 | Jn. 16:14). It is also a rule of Holy ~Scripture that 18 1, 48 | Enchiridion 13), that the ~rule of dialectics here fails, 19 1, 49 | subject itself to its proper rule. This defect, however, is 20 1, 61 | corporeal creature, and to ~rule over every corporeal creature. 21 1, 63 | morals. That act alone, the rule of which is the very ~virtue 22 1, 63 | the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, he could 23 1, 63 | engraving be judged by ~another rule, then the engraving may 24 1, 63 | Divine ~will is the sole rule of God's act, because it 25 1, 63 | according to proper measure or rule; so that the defect which ~ 26 1, 63 | insubordinately to the rule ~of the Divine will.~Aquin.: 27 1, 63 | unless in such ~affection the rule of the superior be not kept. 28 1, 63 | inferior by ~yielding to his rule; for they wanted to have 29 1, 70 | moon cannot be said "to rule the night." But ~such it 30 1, 70 | therefore, was not made "to rule the night."~Aquin.: SMT 31 1, 49 | Enchiridion 13), that the ~rule of dialectics here fails, 32 1, 50 | subject itself to its proper rule. This defect, however, is 33 1, 62 | corporeal creature, and to ~rule over every corporeal creature. 34 1, 64 | morals. That act alone, the rule of which is the very ~virtue 35 1, 64 | the ~craftsman's hand the rule itself engraving, he could 36 1, 64 | engraving be judged by ~another rule, then the engraving may 37 1, 64 | Divine ~will is the sole rule of God's act, because it 38 1, 64 | according to proper measure or rule; so that the defect which ~ 39 1, 64 | insubordinately to the rule ~of the Divine will.~Aquin.: 40 1, 64 | unless in such ~affection the rule of the superior be not kept. 41 1, 64 | inferior by ~yielding to his rule; for they wanted to have 42 1, 71 | moon cannot be said "to rule the night." But ~such it 43 1, 71 | therefore, was not made "to rule the night."~Aquin.: SMT 44 1, 80 | so, the soul is said to rule the body ~by a despotic 45 1, 80 | intellect or reason is said to rule the irascible ~and concupiscible 46 1, 81 | the whole ~kingdom, by his rule moves all the governors 47 1, 95 | made to His image, ~should rule over none but irrational 48 1, 95 | But among the angels some ~rule over others; and so one 49 1, 104 | First Cause, ~Who is the rule of all justice; and therefore 50 1, 106 | and God Himself is the rule of all truth; the ~manifestation 51 1, 106 | will is not a light, nor a ~rule of truth; but participates 52 1, 106 | since the will of God is the rule of truth, it belongs to 53 1, 106 | emanate from the ~first rule of truth, which is the principle 54 1, 107 | ordered in one way under the rule ~of a prince. Now such a 55 1, 107 | Seraphim." For it is a common rule in ~all things that the 56 1, 107 | of ~"Principalities," who rule even over good spirits; 57 1, 108 | Therefore the good angels do not rule over the bad.~Aquin.: SMT 58 1, 108 | the virtuous man is the rule and measure of all human ~ 59 1, 109 | substances with immediate ~rule over the inferior bodies, 60 1, 111 | actions, one of which is the rule and the reason of the other, ~ 61 2, 1 | path: for the end is the rule of whatever is ~ordained 62 2, 1 | takes therefrom his entire rule of life. ~Hence of gluttons 63 2, 2 | for man is to be able to rule others; which belongs to 64 2, 4 | has a natural desire ~to rule the body, the result of 65 2, 4 | have a natural desire to ~rule the body."~Aquin.: SMT FS 66 2, 19 | to one thing there is one rule and one ~measure. But the 67 2, 19 | and one ~measure. But the rule of the human will, on which 68 2, 19 | that human reason is the ~rule of the human will, from 69 2, 19 | Because the reason is the rule of the human will, in ~so 70 2, 19 | erring ~reason is not the rule of the human will. Therefore 71 2, 19 | genus is the ~measure and rule of all that belongs to that 72 2, 21 | end is measured by ~some rule. In things that act according 73 2, 21 | according to nature, this rule is the ~natural force that 74 2, 21 | the will, the proximate rule is the ~human reason, while 75 2, 21 | reason, while the supreme rule is the Eternal Law. When, 76 2, 31 | mind, which is ~itself the rule: wherefore they are in themselves 77 2, 34 | pleasure is the measure or rule by which to judge of moral ~ 78 2, 34 | is a kind of measure ~and rule of human actions"; and the 79 2, 34 | pleasure is the measure or rule by which to judge of moral 80 2, 34 | pleasure is not the measure or rule of moral ~good and evil. 81 2, 34 | Therefore it is not ~the rule of goodness and malice in 82 2, 34 | 2: Further, a measure or rule should be uniform; hence 83 2, 34 | uniform, is the measure and rule of all ~movements (Metaph. 84 2, 34 | is not the ~measure and rule of morals.~Aquin.: SMT FS 85 2, 34 | Therefore ~pleasures are not the rule and measure of moral goodness 86 2, 34 | sensitive appetite are not the rule ~of moral goodness and malice; 87 2, 34 | principle, which is the ~rule and measure of such matters, 88 2, 34 | respect pleasure ~can be a rule or measure. Because that 89 2, 39 | regulated according ~to the rule of reason, which is the 90 2, 39 | speaking, oversteps this rule, ~and therefore it fails 91 2, 46 | Further, Augustine says in his Rule, that "anger grows into ~ 92 2, 46 | it does not observe the rule of reason as to the ~measure 93 2, 46 | contrary, Augustine, in his Rule, compares hatred to "a beam," ~ 94 2, 55 | for Augustine says in his Rule, that "pride ~lies in wait 95 2, 55 | Divine law, which is the rule of the human will, as stated 96 2, 56 | so also does the reason rule ~the sensitive appetite. 97 2, 60 | differentiated by the same rule as virtues ~are, as stated 98 2, 63 | appraised with respect to some rule. Now this rule is twofold, 99 2, 63 | respect to some rule. Now this rule is twofold, as stated ~above ( 100 2, 63 | Divine Law is the higher rule, it extends to more things, 101 2, 63 | defined ~according to the rule of human reason can be caused 102 2, 63 | reason, by whose power and rule the ~aforesaid good is established. 103 2, 63 | Hier. iv), "it is God's rule to bring about ~extremes 104 2, 63 | concupiscences according to ~the rule of human reason, is seen 105 2, 63 | fixed according to Divine rule. For instance, in the consumption ~ 106 2, 63 | according to ~the Divine rule, it behooves man to "chastise 107 2, 64 | matter: and the measure or rule of the appetitive movement 108 2, 64 | its conformity with its rule: thus the good ~things made 109 2, 64 | is that they follow the rule of art. Consequently, in ~ 110 2, 64 | in discordance from their rule or ~measure. Now this may 111 2, 64 | in ~conformity with the rule of reason. Now it is clear 112 2, 64 | derives goodness from the rule of reason, ~while its matter 113 2, 64 | passion conform to the ~rule of reason. Hence the Philosopher 114 2, 64 | state," in so far as the rule of virtue is ~imposed on 115 2, 64 | in accordance with the ~rule of reason, i.e. "where" 116 2, 64 | mean by conforming to the rule of ~reason. But the intellectual 117 2, 64 | seem to have no higher rule. Therefore the intellectual 118 2, 64 | mean, ~by conforming with a rule or measure in respect of 119 2, 64 | it has the character of a rule and measure. Consequently 120 2, 64 | because the measure and rule of intellectual virtue is 121 2, 64 | conformity with virtue's rule or measure, in so far as 122 2, 64 | exceed or ~fall short of that rule. Now the measure of theological 123 2, 64 | and thus the ~measure and rule of theological virtue is 124 2, 64 | Body Para. 2/2~The other rule or measure of theological 125 2, 64 | to a created measure and rule; whereas the ~theological 126 2, 64 | relation to an uncreated rule and ~measure. Wherefore 127 2, 65 | virtues ~falls under the one rule of prudence.~Aquin.: SMT 128 2, 68 | which is measured by the rule of ~reason. Likewise the 129 2, 68 | simply, they follow ~the same rule as the virtues, as to their 130 2, 68 | transcends the ~appetite as a rule transcends the thing ruled. 131 2, 71 | in a thing depends on a rule, from which if that ~thing 132 2, 71 | the other ~is the first rule, viz. the eternal law, which 133 2, 72 | one in relation to the ~rule of reason, in so far as 134 2, 72 | be ~commensurate with the rule of reason: another order 135 2, 72 | order is in relation to the ~rule of the Divine Law, whereby 136 2, 73 | virtue is to follow the rule of reason, wherefore the ~ 137 2, 73 | is a transgression of the rule of reason, ~which is to 138 2, 73 | human acts what a linear rule is in corporeal things. ~ 139 2, 73 | act in ~accord with the rule of reason. Now it is evident 140 2, 73 | may turn ~aside from the rule of reason through corruption 141 2, 73 | to depart thus from the rule of reason suffices ~to make 142 2, 73 | This turning aside from the rule of reason results ~from 143 2, 74 | Hence the type or idea is a rule of conduct, and is identified ~ 144 2, 74 | can be regulated by the rule of human reason, ~which 145 2, 74 | of human reason, ~which rule is derived from the created 146 2, 74 | further still, from the rule of the Divine law, as stated 147 2, 74 | Consequently, since the rule of the Divine law is the ~ 148 2, 74 | Divine law is the ~higher rule, it follows that the ultimate 149 2, 75 | lacking the direction ~of the rule of reason and of the Divine 150 2, 75 | in failing to apply the rule of ~reason or of the Divine 151 2, 75 | fact of not ~applying the rule of reason or of the Divine 152 2, 75 | the due motive, viz. the rule of ~reason or the Divine 153 2, 75 | while ~the lack of the due rule appertains to the reason, 154 2, 75 | it is to ~consider this rule; and the completeness of 155 2, 75 | fails to consider the due rule, so that the will ~produces 156 2, 75 | very fact ~that the natural rule fails, which man, in accord 157 2, 75 | reason, as lacking the ~due rule, and the appetite, as inclining 158 2, 76 | universal principle which is a rule of reason, or of the particular ~ 159 2, 88 | wherefore Augustine says in his ~Rule (Ep. ccxi) that "pride lies 160 2, 90 | I answer that, Law is a rule and measure of acts, whereby 161 2, 90 | binds one to act. Now the rule and measure ~of human acts 162 2, 90 | principle in any genus, is the rule and ~measure of that genus: 163 2, 90 | Since law is a kind of rule and measure, it may be in ~ 164 2, 90 | to be in accord with some rule of reason. And in ~this 165 2, 90 | acts, because it is their rule and measure. Now as ~reason 166 2, 90 | imposed on others by way ~of a rule and measure. Now a rule 167 2, 90 | rule and measure. Now a rule or measure is imposed by 168 2, 91 | 1], ad 1), law, being a rule ~and measure, can be in 169 2, 91 | far as it partakes ~of the rule or measure. Wherefore, since 170 2, 91 | reason is not, of itself, the rule of things: but the ~principles 171 2, 91 | the natural reason is the ~rule and measure, although it 172 2, 91 | considers law in the light of a rule or ~measure: for it is in 173 2, 93 | imprints on their minds a rule ~which is a principle of 174 2, 95 | right, according to the rule of reason. But the first ~ 175 2, 95 | of reason. But the first ~rule of reason is the law of 176 2, 95 | form proportionate to its rule and ~measure. Now both these 177 2, 95 | ordained to an end; and is a rule or measure ruled or ~measured 178 2, 96 | OBJ 3: Further, law is a rule and measure of human acts, 179 2, 96 | 2), law is framed as a rule ~or measure of human acts. 180 2, 96 | things: first, that it is a rule of human acts; ~secondly, 181 2, 96 | public welfare as a general rule: but, it were to happen 182 2, 97 | something better occurs, the rule followed hitherto ~should 183 2, 97 | something good; since it is a rule of ~human acts. Therefore 184 2, 97 | common weal as a general rule, is not good for a particular ~ 185 2, 99 | is an ~explanation of the rule of neighborly love contained 186 2, 99 | judgments," says, i.e. "from the rule of life Thou hast set for 187 2, 99 | hast set for me." But ~a rule of life belongs to the moral 188 2, 99 | twofold: one ~according to the rule of reason; the other according 189 2, 99 | the other according to the rule of a law ~which prescribes 190 2, 102 | But it was the universal rule that the blood and fat were 191 2, 105 | judges and ~governors to rule them. But afterwards when 192 2, 105 | specially against the just rule of David, than a benefit 193 2, 108 | of virtue, for it is the rule of human ~action, as stated 194 2, 108 | upon them as the reason and rule of all he does, falls ~away 195 2, 1 | Because Holy Writ is the rule of faith, to which ~no addition 196 2, 1 | unlawful to make a symbol as a ~rule of faith, after the Holy 197 2, 1 | drawn up that it may be a rule of faith. Now ~a rule of 198 2, 1 | a rule of faith. Now ~a rule of faith ought to be proposed 199 2, 1 | as to be considered as a rule of faith.~ 200 2, 2 | Divine truth that is ~the rule of faith: and if any of 201 2, 2 | learned stray from this rule, he ~does not harm the faith 202 2, 5 | an ~infallible and Divine rule, to the teaching of the 203 2, 5 | Church, as ~to an infallible rule, assents to whatever the 204 2, 5 | Church as to an infallible rule, but to his own will. ~Hence 205 2, 7 | measure Divine things by the rule of sensible objects. But 206 2, 8 | object, but in so far as the rule of our actions is the eternal 207 2, 8 | but, as referred to the ~rule of the eternal law, and 208 2, 8 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The rule of human actions is the 209 2, 10 | consists in following some rule of human knowledge or operation. ~ 210 2, 10 | operation. ~Now conformity to a rule happens one way in one matter, 211 2, 10 | whereas a breach ~of the rule happens in many ways, so 212 2, 16 | which attains its proper rule: thus we say that a coat ~ 213 2, 16 | good and to ~attain its due rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 214 2, 16 | attaining, by hoping, the ~due rule, viz. God. Consequently 215 2, 16 | already attains his proper rule, viz. God, on Whose help 216 2, 16 | that it attains the supreme rule of human actions: ~and this 217 2, 16 | consists in the ~measure or rule being attained; if we go 218 2, 16 | attained; if we go beyond the rule, there is ~excess, if we 219 2, 16 | if we fall short of the rule, there is deficiency. But 220 2, 16 | deficiency. But in the ~rule or measure itself there 221 2, 16 | concerned with the First Rule not ruled by another rule, 222 2, 16 | Rule not ruled by another rule, and that Rule is ~its proper 223 2, 16 | by another rule, and that Rule is ~its proper object. Wherefore 224 2, 22 | regulated by ~their due rule and measure. Wherefore human 225 2, 22 | consists in following the rule of human acts, ~which is 226 2, 22 | being ~regulated by the due rule, it must needs be that human 227 2, 22 | consists in attaining the rule of human acts. Now ~the 228 2, 22 | of human acts. Now ~the rule of human acts is twofold, 229 2, 22 | God: yet God is the first rule, whereby, even human reason ~ 230 2, 22 | in ~attaining this first rule, since their object is God, 231 2, 23 | wisdom, and transcends the rule of ~human reason, according 232 2, 23 | like prudence is, or as its rule, like justice and temperance ~ 233 2, 23 | and always to follow the rule of His ~commandments; since 234 2, 25 | As Augustine says in his Rule (Ep. ccxi), the saying, ~"' 235 2, 26 | determining and modifying rule of other things; whereas ~ 236 2, 26 | and where the more the rule ~is attained the better 237 2, 28 | sum total of a Christian's rule of life ~consists in mercy 238 2, 28 | godliness." Now the Christian rule of life embraces ~every 239 2, 29 | to decide, by any general rule, ~which of them we ought 240 2, 29 | impossible to lay down a general rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 241 2, 29 | and here again no ~general rule can laid down.~Aquin.: SMT 242 2, 30 | exceptions to the above rule. The first is when ~a man 243 2, 31 | contrary, Augustine says in his Rule: "Show mercy not only to ~ 244 2, 31 | Augustine ~observes in his Rule quoted above.~Aquin.: SMT 245 2, 31 | Further, Augustine says in his Rule that "before bringing it 246 2, 31 | what Augustine says in his Rule that "we are ~bound to reveal" 247 2, 31 | Augustine says (in his ~Rule): thirdly, "to prove that 248 2, 32 | for Augustine says in his Rule that "anger grows into hatred." ~ 249 2, 34 | When the wicked shall bear rule, the people shall ~mourn." 250 2, 35 | not our neighbor's, is the rule of ~our own will. Therefore 251 2, 35 | considered in itself is not the rule of ~another man's will; 252 2, 35 | becomes in consequence, a rule regulated according to its 253 2, 35 | disaccords with the Divine rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[37] A[ 254 2, 35 | adheres to God is a right rule, ~to disaccord with which 255 2, 35 | opposed to ~God is a perverse rule, to disaccord with which 256 2, 37 | schism in revolting from the rule of David were most severely ~ 257 2, 40 | multitude from a ~tyrannical rule. Yet this cannot easily 258 2, 40 | unless ~indeed the tyrant's rule be disturbed so inordinately, 259 2, 41 | actions ~according to the rule of reason, as stated in 260 2, 41 | Further, according to Jerome's rule [*Cf. A[7], OBJ[4]], whatever ~ 261 2, 42 | Secondly, as regards the rule of love, namely, that a 262 2, 45 | which occur as a general rule, and the knowledge of ~these 263 2, 45 | the will to command and to rule, ~since the will has the 264 2, 45 | a good man to be able to rule well and to obey well," 265 2, 45 | slave, are not competent to rule and govern, but rather to 266 2, 50 | Eternal Reason is the supreme rule ~of all human rectitude. 267 2, 51 | contempt of the ~directing rule; and this is what is meant 268 2, 55 | expression is called the rule of his craft, so too there 269 2, 55 | and which is a kind of rule of prudence. If this rule 270 2, 55 | rule of prudence. If this rule be ~expressed in writing 271 2, 56 | good through attaining the rule of reason, which is the ~ 272 2, 56 | of reason, which is the ~rule whereby human acts are regulated. 273 2, 58 | the virtuous man is the rule and measure in everything," ~ 274 2, 71 | the backbiter, and, as a rule venially. ~Sometimes too 275 2, 75 | 11): "It is manifestly a ~rule of justice that a good man 276 2, 81 | that ~Augustine says in his Rule (Ep. ccxi): "When you pray 277 2, 86 | profession of a certain rule?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 278 2, 86 | profession of a certain rule. As stated above ~(A[1]), 279 2, 86 | orders, or to any particular rule: as when a man vows a pilgrimage, 280 2, 86 | profession of a certain rule does ~not belong to the 281 2, 86 | in professing a certain rule; which latter, ~moreover, 282 2, 86 | of ~observing a certain rule, in the second degree after 283 2, 86 | profession of a certain rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 284 2, 86 | with his profession of his rule. Wherefore even though one 285 2, 86 | Further, according to the rule of Blessed Benedict [*Ch. 286 2, 86 | bound up with the monastic rule, that not even ~the Sovereign 287 2, 86 | bound up with ~the monastic rule."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[88] A[ 288 2, 92 | moon, to be the gods ~that rule the world."~Aquin.: SMT 289 2, 98 | Let the ~priests that rule well," says: "They should 290 2, 98 | Let the priests ~that rule well," says: "Their need 291 2, 98 | penance under a stricter rule, or in some house of the 292 2, 101 | let the priests that rule ~well be esteemed worthy 293 2, 102 | commanding him, as being his rule of ~conduct. Now God's will 294 2, 102 | which is always right, is a rule of human ~conduct. Therefore 295 2, 102 | will of God is the first rule whereby all rational ~wills 296 2, 102 | are regulated: and to this rule one will approaches more 297 2, 102 | command may be as a second rule to the will of this ~other 298 2, 102 | contrary to God or to the rule they profess, for obedience 299 2, 107 | between a thing and its rule, as stated in the FP, Q[ 300 2, 107 | fact that it attains its rule and measure, namely, the ~ 301 2, 107 | regulated according to ~the rule of the divine law; and in 302 2, 113 | flatterer" or "adulator." As a rule, ~however, the term "flattery" 303 2, 115 | external goods, ~which as a rule men desire above all others. 304 2, 116 | is held ~in check by the rule taken from the nature of 305 2, 116 | covetousness ~exceeds this rule, and therefore is a sin.~ 306 2, 116 | which latter depends on the rule of ~reason.~Aquin.: SMT 307 2, 118 | by way of being a higher rule of human ~actions.~Aquin.: 308 2, 128 | great. For we are not, as a rule, wont to call a man presumptuous 309 2, 129 | reason, and if it exceed this rule it will be sinful. In this 310 2, 132 | mean, if we ~consider the rule of reason, which it neither 311 2, 132 | to make good use of the rule of act: and this is what 312 2, 133 | things, according to the rule of ~reason: from which rule 313 2, 133 | rule of ~reason: from which rule the mean man declines, as 314 2, 133 | for ~declining from the rule of reason in moderating 315 2, 133 | act, since it exceeds the rule of reason, whereas meanness 316 2, 139 | of touch?~(6) What is the rule of temperance?~(7) Whether 317 2, 139 | seduce him into forsaking the rule of reason and Divine law. 318 2, 139 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the rule of temperance depends on 319 2, 139 | It would seem that the rule of temperance does not depend 320 2, 139 | the body. Therefore the rule of temperance does not depend 321 2, 139 | Further, whoever exceeds a rule sins. Therefore if the needs 322 2, 139 | needs of ~the body were the rule of temperance, it would 323 2, 139 | one sins in observing a rule. Therefore if the need ~ 324 2, 139 | need ~of the body were the rule of temperance, there would 325 2, 139 | of the body is ~not the rule of temperance.~Aquin.: SMT 326 2, 139 | finds confirmation of the rule forbidding ~him to love 327 2, 139 | end, and the end is the rule ~of whatever is directed 328 2, 139 | need of this life, as the rule ~of the pleasurable objects 329 2, 139 | this life is regarded as a ~rule in so far as it is an end. 330 2, 139 | Accordingly the end and rule of temperance itself is ~ 331 2, 139 | happiness; while the end and rule of the thing it makes use 332 2, 143 | temperance according to the rule given by the ~Apostle (1 333 2, 145 | growth lasts, ~which as a rule lasts until they have completed 334 2, 147 | and ~to kings, who should rule their subjects with wisdom.~ 335 2, 152 | Will, the first and supreme rule. Wherefore that which a 336 2, 156 | for Augustine says in his Rule (Ep. ccxi): "Lest anger 337 2, 156 | as Augustine says in his rule ~(Ep. ccxi). Therefore it 338 2, 159 | belongs ~to humility, as a rule guiding the appetite. Nevertheless 339 2, 159 | Hence ~Augustine says in his Rule (Ep. ccxi): "Lest through 340 2, 159 | what Augustine means in his Rule (Ep. ~ccxi): "With fear, 341 2, 159 | fittingly distinguished in the ~Rule of the Blessed Benedict?~ 342 2, 159 | that are set ~down in the Rule of the Blessed Benedict [* 343 2, 159 | is exhorted by the common rule of the monastery"; the ~ 344 2, 159 | to great things: yet its rule is in the ~cognitive faculty, 345 2, 160 | overpassing [supergreditur] the rule of reason, and in this sense 346 2, 160 | appetite wander from the rule of ~reason, whether by excess 347 2, 160 | humility observes the ~rule of right reason whereby 348 2, 160 | pride does ~not observe this rule of right reason, for he 349 2, 160 | is exhorted by the common rule of the monastery," to which 350 2, 160 | according to the ~Divine rule or measure, against the 351 2, 160 | according to the measure ~of the rule which God hath measured 352 2, 160 | subject to God and His rule. Now it is evident that ~ 353 2, 160 | subject himself to the Divine rule as he ought. ~Sometimes 354 2, 160 | transgression of the Divine rule, which has established order 355 2, 160 | for Augustine says in his Rule ~(Ep. ccxi), "Other sins 356 2, 160 | subject to God and ~His rule. Hence Boethius [*Cf. Cassian, 357 2, 161 | established by ~the Divine rule. Hence it follows that man' 358 2, 161 | the order ~of the Divine rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 359 2, 165 | wrong, according to the rule of charity and the duty 360 2, 166 | saying of Augustine in his Rule (Ep. ccxi), "In all your 361 2, 166 | directed according to the rule of reason: and a ~habit 362 2, 166 | with the ecclesiastical rule; since how can we have recourse ~ 363 2, 166 | which ~falls short of the rule of reason. Now it has been 364 2, 166 | that which goes beyond the rule of reason: ~and this happens 365 2, 168 | wherefore Augustine says in his ~Rule (Ep. ccxii): "In all your 366 2, 170 | be used according to the rule of faith," says: ~"Observe 367 2, 173 | is in ~keeping with the rule itself of the divine vision 368 2, 175 | Thirdly, because as a rule women are not perfected 369 2, 182 | Let the priests that rule well be esteemed worthy ~ 370 2, 182 | hath placed you bishops, to rule the church of God."~Aquin.: 371 2, 182 | or under some canonical rule, since he is led by a private ~ 372 2, 183 | 17, "Let the priests that rule well be esteemed ~worthy 373 2, 183 | the yoke imposed ~by the rule of the monastic profession, 374 2, 183 | pertain to the yoke of the ~rule. Therefore religious who 375 2, 183 | both the statutes of their rule in the ~way mentioned above, 376 2, 184 | transgresses a statute ~of his rule?~(10) Whether, other things 377 2, 184 | prescribed to him by the rule which he has professed.~ 378 2, 184 | affixed to the monastic rule."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] 379 2, 184 | inseparable from ~the monastic rule, that not even the Sovereign 380 2, 184 | things ~contained in his rule?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 381 2, 184 | things contained in his rule. For to break a vow is a ~ 382 2, 184 | religious ~are bound to a rule by the vows of their profession. 383 2, 184 | things contained in their rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 384 2, 184 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the rule is enjoined upon a religious 385 2, 184 | things ~contained in his rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 386 2, 184 | things contained in his rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 387 2, 184 | things ~contained in his rule were to involve a religious 388 2, 184 | things contained ~in the rule is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 389 2, 184 | thing is contained in ~the rule in two ways. First, as the 390 2, 184 | First, as the end of the rule, for instance things ~that 391 2, 184 | thing is contained in the rule through pertaining to the ~ 392 2, 184 | reason of contempt of the rule (since this is directly ~ 393 2, 184 | to live according to the ~rule), or by reason of a precept, 394 2, 184 | superior, or ~expressed in the rule, since this would be to 395 2, 184 | OBJ 1: He who professes a rule does not vow to observe 396 2, 184 | things contained in the rule, but he vows the regular 397 2, 184 | taken to profess, not the rule, but to live ~according 398 2, 184 | to live ~according to the rule, i.e. to tend to form one' 399 2, 184 | in accordance ~with the rule as a kind of model; and 400 2, 184 | obedience according to the rule, so that only that which 401 2, 184 | contrary to a ~precept of the rule is contrary to the profession, 402 2, 184 | to ~the statutes of the rule.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[186] A[ 403 2, 184 | ordinance of the law or rule, and ~from this he proceeds 404 2, 184 | to act against the law or rule. on the other hand, ~he 405 2, 184 | ordinance of the law or rule through some ~particular 406 2, 185 | consistently to the monastic rule": and ~this is quoted XVI, 407 2, 185 | consistently to the monastic rule. Therefore it would seem 408 2, 185 | nor by precept of ~their rule to abstain from these things, 409 2, 185 | is not contrary to the rule; thus he continues: "For 410 2, 185 | observance of the monastic rule in ~a monastery. But this 411 2, 185 | except as required by ~the rule they profess: wherefore 412 2, 185 | profess: wherefore if their rule contain nothing about ~manual 413 2, 186 | religious. Now the monastic rule was ~established for the 414 2, 186 | Nevertheless they obey an easier rule." Hence it ~is evident that 415 2, 187 | allowed, according to ~the rule of the Blessed Benedict ( 416 2, 187 | which ~use boys attain, as a rule, at about the age of fourteen, 417 2, 187 | or under some canonical ~rule, even though his bishop 418 2, 187 | Benedict prescribes in his Rule (lviii) that ~"those who 419 3, 8 | sinning, they ~fall under the rule and government of the devil, 420 3, 13 | proper to a soul (e.g. to rule the body and direct ~human 421 3, 16 | it does not follow ~the rule of those words which are 422 3, 20 | is not properly said to rule ~or serve, yet every hypostasis 423 3, 31 | this mortal life ~under the rule of Christ. And forty is 424 3, 41 | itself: for, while seeking to rule, it ~will serve; it will 425 3, 46 | shall not go beyond the rule ~of reason. And since the 426 3, 46 | yet not ~exceeding the rule of reason. But moral virtue 427 3, 59 | but on the third ~the very rule of judgment is based, because 428 3, 59 | of the Son, but the very rule of judgment ~is attributed 429 3, 59 | Ghost, not as regards the rule of judgment, but as ~regards 430 3, 65 | by receiving power to rule the community and to exercise 431 3, 67 | pertaining to the Christian rule of life and faith are known ~ 432 3, 70 | nor did the Jews, as a rule, make use of such a knife 433 3, 80 | them in the future" ~[*Cf. Rule of Augustine]. But if he 434 3, 80 | exempted from this general rule, for they ~should be given 435 3, 83 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 4: As a rule mass ought to be said in 436 3, 83 | This sacrament ought as a rule to be celebrated in a house, ~ 437 3, 83 | 2/2~And therefore, as a rule, it is not lawful to celebrate 438 3, 84 | did not ~baptize" as a rule, "but His disciples" did, 439 Suppl, 3 | In ~all these things the rule should be the safeguarding 440 Suppl, 8 | s" (Phil. 2:21), and who rule their ~flock, not by feeding 441 Suppl, 8 | it is a kind of general rule applicable to the ~majority 442 Suppl, 20| also, under the Powers who rule ~indiscriminately, a place 443 Suppl, 27| more by observing their rule than by gaining indulgences; ~ 444 Suppl, 45| obedience or observance of the ~rule. If, however, a man vow 445 Suppl, 52| natural things it is the rule that what is received ~is 446 Suppl, 55| affinity, as appears from the rule given above: ~and again 447 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. Hence the general rule in seeking the ~degrees 448 Suppl, 56| the other carnal: this rule ~is infallible."~Aquin.: 449 Suppl, 62| For the law contains the rule (Can. Quod bene semel, ~ 450 Suppl, 64| since the husband has to rule ~the wife and not "vice 451 Suppl, 77| Hence according to the rule already laid down ~(ad 3), 452 Suppl, 88| that the moon was made "to rule the night." ~Therefore when 453 Suppl, 92| Christ, ~according to the Rule [*Liber regularum] of Tyconius, 454 Suppl, 93| Let the priests that rule well be esteemed worthy 455 Suppl, 96| sum total of a Christian's rule of ~life consists in mercy


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