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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | OBJ 2: Nothing prevents inferior faculties or habits from 2 1, 1 | Therefore sacred doctrine is inferior to other sciences.~Aquin.: 3 1, 1 | architect, in opposition to the inferior laborers who trim the wood ~ 4 1, 1 | philosophical sciences, that the ~inferior sciences neither prove their 5 1, 8 | providence extended to ~these inferior bodies, and in the person 6 1, 9 | non-being. Hence, in the inferior bodies there is mutability 7 1, 12 | by the similitudes of the inferior order of things, ~the superior 8 1, 12 | Coel. Hier. vii), "the inferior angels ~are cleansed from 9 1, 13 | thereto, even as the forms of inferior bodies represent ~the power 10 1, 13 | and various forms in ~all inferior things. In the same way, 11 1, 14 | which are divided among inferior beings, exist simply and ~ 12 1, 18 | But inanimate bodies are inferior to plants. ~Therefore they 13 1, 19 | intermediate causes are inferior in power to ~the first cause, 14 1, 19 | included in the order of inferior causes. Thus in the ~case 15 1, 19 | one who looked only on inferior causes ~might have said: " 16 1, 19 | that in the order of the inferior cause a thing shall ~happen; 17 1, 19 | falls under the order of ~inferior causes, as of nature, or 18 1, 22 | providence; for He governs things inferior by superior, not on account 19 1, 25 | impossible in reference to inferior ~causes, as the wisdom of 20 1, 25 | to higher causes, or to inferior causes, but in reference 21 1, 25 | such kind as to be done by inferior causes ~are said to be possible 22 1, 25 | possible in reference to those inferior causes. For it is ~according 23 1, 39 | is as a general term to inferior terms, as Damascene says ( 24 1, 45 | universal cause, still some inferior cause acting by the power 25 1, 45 | world ~creates the matter of inferior bodies. And in the same 26 1, 45 | superior angel illuminates an inferior, as Dionysius says (Coel. 27 1, 57 | in the order of nature is inferior ~to the angel's, can know 28 1, 58 | when he assigns ~one as inferior to the other.~Aquin.: SMT 29 1, 61 | of some, ~belonged to the inferior orders. But there is nothing 30 1, 61 | were created among the inferior bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 31 1, 63 | anyone to be subject to an inferior than to a superior; ~and 32 1, 63 | to a superior than to an inferior. Yet he chooses rather to 33 1, 63 | rather to be subject to ~an inferior than to a superior, if he 34 1, 63 | procure an advantage under an ~inferior which he cannot under a 35 1, 63 | them to wish to serve an inferior by ~yielding to his rule; 36 1, 64 | procures ~the welfare of the inferior orders through the superior. 37 1, 66 | end, does not ~influence inferior bodies of another order - 38 1, 69 | stable ~in being, whereas inferior forms are imperfect and 39 1, 70 | the sake of that which is inferior ~to itself, "since the end 40 1, 75 | grade of ~intellectuality inferior to that of an angel, who 41 1, 76 | it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, and itself alone 42 1, 76 | because ~what belongs to the inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly 43 1, 76 | whatever belongs to the inferior forms; ~therefore while 44 1, 77 | Divine likeness, ~more than inferior creatures, in being able 45 1, 39 | is as a general term to inferior terms, as Damascene says ( 46 1, 46 | universal cause, still some inferior cause acting by the power 47 1, 46 | world ~creates the matter of inferior bodies. And in the same 48 1, 46 | superior angel illuminates an inferior, as Dionysius says (Coel. 49 1, 58 | in the order of nature is inferior ~to the angel's, can know 50 1, 59 | when he assigns ~one as inferior to the other.~Aquin.: SMT 51 1, 62 | of some, ~belonged to the inferior orders. But there is nothing 52 1, 62 | were created among the inferior bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 53 1, 64 | anyone to be subject to an inferior than to a superior; ~and 54 1, 64 | to a superior than to an inferior. Yet he chooses rather to 55 1, 64 | rather to be subject to ~an inferior than to a superior, if he 56 1, 64 | procure an advantage under an ~inferior which he cannot under a 57 1, 64 | them to wish to serve an inferior by ~yielding to his rule; 58 1, 65 | procures ~the welfare of the inferior orders through the superior. 59 1, 67 | end, does not ~influence inferior bodies of another order - 60 1, 70 | stable ~in being, whereas inferior forms are imperfect and 61 1, 71 | the sake of that which is inferior ~to itself, "since the end 62 1, 74 | grade of ~intellectuality inferior to that of an angel, who 63 1, 75 | it virtually contain ~all inferior forms, and itself alone 64 1, 75 | because ~what belongs to the inferior nature pre-exists more perfectly 65 1, 75 | whatever belongs to the inferior forms; ~therefore while 66 1, 76 | Divine likeness, ~more than inferior creatures, in being able 67 1, 77 | that which is highest in an inferior nature ~approaches to that 68 1, 78 | Whether the superior and inferior reason are distinct powers?~( 69 1, 80 | the appetitive power is inferior to the rational part ~of 70 1, 81 | and corruption, moves all inferior bodies, ~each of which aims 71 1, 83 | does not depend ~on the inferior. But the judgment of the 72 1, 85 | do whatever is done by an inferior ~power. But sense knows 73 1, 85 | superior bodies influence ~inferior bodies. Hence, in consequence 74 1, 87 | bodies, whether superior or inferior, in the ~same way, that 75 1, 87 | bodies by ~denying to them inferior corporeal properties. Hence 76 1, 88 | such natures: whereas ~the inferior intellectual natures possess 77 1, 88 | natures. If, therefore, the inferior substances received species 78 1, 88 | existence of a separated soul is inferior to that of an angel, but 79 1, 88 | the nature of the soul is inferior to that of an ~angel.~Aquin.: 80 1, 88 | as the soul by nature is inferior to an ~angel, to whom this 81 1, 88 | and dispositively in the inferior powers, ~the same distinction 82 1, 88 | separated soul, whose nature is ~inferior to the demon's.~Aquin.: 83 1, 89 | than corporeal things. But inferior bodies are produced by ~ 84 1, 89 | iv). Therefore also ~the inferior spirits, who are the rational 85 1, 89 | them to their end. But ~"inferior things are forwarded by 86 1, 89 | v); therefore also the inferior are produced into existence 87 1, 89 | something specifically ~inferior to themselves; and such 88 1, 89 | their like or something inferior to themselves, and that 89 1, 89 | things lead forward the inferior - all these things are effected 90 1, 90 | perfection is bestowed in an inferior way. For ~he does not possess 91 1, 90 | which is of the air. But the inferior elements abound in ~man 92 1, 90 | evenly balanced, unless the inferior elements, which have the 93 1, 90 | something in common with the inferior bodies, as being something 94 1, 90 | part of the ~world, and his inferior part is turned towards the 95 1, 90 | part is turned towards the inferior world; and ~therefore he 96 1, 90 | to the mouth; and their inferior part towards the ~upper 97 1, 90 | it takes food, and the ~inferior part that by which it rids 98 1, 92 | Augustine excludes the inferior creatures bereft of reason ~ 99 1, 92 | belonging to the soul's inferior ~faculties, or even to the 100 1, 94 | we may gather that the inferior powers were subjected ~to 101 1, 94 | the state of innocence the inferior appetite was wholly subject 102 1, 94 | directed to God, and the inferior powers regulated according 103 1, 95 | Providence which always governs inferior things by the superior. ~ 104 1, 95 | can do many things that an inferior power ~cannot do to those 105 1, 96 | principle of life in these inferior ~creatures as the Philosopher 106 1, 103 | cause the generation ~of inferior bodies which differ from 107 1, 105 | another?~(3) Whether an inferior angel can enlighten a superior 108 1, 105 | superior angel enlightens an inferior angel in all that he ~knows 109 1, 105 | intellectual power of an ~inferior angel is strengthened by 110 1, 105 | conception, to receive which the inferior angel's intellect is not ~ 111 1, 105 | it can be grasped ~by the inferior angel; and thus he proposes 112 1, 105 | 1: All the angels, both inferior and superior, see the Essence ~ 113 1, 105 | the Divine works than an ~inferior angel, and concerning these 114 1, 105 | hierarchy the ~chastening of the inferior essence is an enlightening 115 1, 105 | the soul, and because the inferior appetite ~is a power in 116 1, 105 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether an inferior angel can enlighten a superior 117 1, 105 | 1: It would seem that an inferior angel can enlighten a superior ~ 118 1, 105 | substances, by enlightening inferior otherwise than through ~ 119 1, 105 | Divine unalterable ~law, that inferior things are led to God by 120 1, 105 | 1/1~I answer that, The inferior angels never enlighten the 121 1, 105 | outside the order of the ~inferior cause, to be ordered to 122 1, 105 | superior angel enlightens the inferior as regards all he ~himself 123 1, 105 | does not enlighten the ~inferior concerning all he himself 124 1, 105 | universal knowledge; and the ~inferior a more particular and individual 125 1, 105 | angels know, is known by the ~inferior, through these being enlightened 126 1, 105 | Incarnation, whereas ~the inferior angels did not know it until 127 1, 105 | superior angels enlightened the inferior ~concerning all they know 128 1, 105 | superior angels enlighten the inferior about all ~they know, nothing 129 1, 105 | would be unknown to the ~inferior angels. Therefore the superior 130 1, 105 | communicate nothing ~more to the inferior; which appears open to objection. 131 1, 105 | superior angels enlighten the inferior in all things.~Aquin.: SMT 132 1, 105 | essence communicates to the inferior the gift ~derived from the 133 1, 105 | received so excellently by the inferior as ~by the superior angels; 134 1, 105 | be understood as if the ~inferior angels were entirely ignorant 135 1, 105 | angels to make known to the inferior.~ 136 1, 106 | another?~(2) Whether the inferior speaks to the superior?~( 137 1, 106 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the inferior angel speaks to the superior?~ 138 1, 106 | It would seem that the inferior angel does not speak to 139 1, 106 | superior enlightens the inferior. But the ~inferior never 140 1, 106 | enlightens the inferior. But the ~inferior never enlightens the superior, 141 1, 106 | Therefore neither do the inferior speak to the superior.~Aquin.: 142 1, 106 | enlightening. ~Therefore an inferior angel can in no way speak 143 1, 106 | Coel. Hier. ~vii), the inferior angels said to the superior: " 144 1, 106 | 1/3~I answer that, The inferior angels can speak to the 145 1, 106 | angels are called superior or inferior by ~comparison with this 146 1, 106 | superior ~angels to the inferior. But as regards the will 147 1, 106 | superior angels speak to the inferior, and the inferior ~speak 148 1, 106 | to the inferior, and the inferior ~speak to the superior.~ 149 1, 107 | superior angels ~enlighten the inferior angels; and not conversely.~ 150 1, 107 | knowledge of the truth than the inferior angels. This universal knowledge 151 1, 107 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The inferior angel is superior to the 152 1, 107 | akin to ~the highest of the inferior order than with the highest 153 1, 107 | in one order, inanimate inferior bodies ~in another, plants 154 1, 107 | the superior than in the inferior angels. Further, as in these ~ 155 1, 107 | whereas it belongs to the inferior by ~participation; and conversely 156 1, 107 | participation; and conversely the inferior perfection belongs to the ~ 157 1, 107 | perfection belongs to the ~inferior order as its property, and 158 1, 107 | participation, ~through whom the inferior angels receive the Divine 159 1, 107 | the "Thrones" excels the inferior orders as ~having an immediate 160 1, 107 | that the excellence of the inferior is contained in the ~superior, 161 1, 107 | certain way bear Him to the inferior creatures. ~Fourthly, because 162 1, 107 | For the ~highest in an inferior order always has affinity 163 1, 107 | in a certain order; the inferior by the superior; and ~all 164 1, 107 | than their ~presiding over inferior things; and the latter is 165 1, 107 | giving ~efficacy to the inferior spirits in the execution 166 1, 107 | the ~causes. So, since the inferior angels know the types of 167 1, 107 | although after the Judgment the inferior angels will not progress 168 1, 107 | Q[62], A[6]). So, as the inferior angels cannot be transferred 169 1, 108 | would be subject to the inferior. Therefore there is no ~ 170 1, 108 | corporeal things, for as the inferior bodies by natural order 171 1, 108 | naturally equal. That the inferior are subject to the superior, 172 1, 108 | demons can enlighten the inferior.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 173 1, 108 | demons can enlighten the inferior.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[109] A[ 174 1, 108 | Reply OBJ 3: An angel who is inferior in the natural order presides 175 1, 109 | some ~corporeal things are inferior, and others are superior. 176 1, 109 | angels who preside over the inferior ~possess a more universal 177 1, 109 | intelligible. Therefore, as the inferior angels who have the ~less 178 1, 109 | immediate ~rule over the inferior bodies, except perhaps human 179 1, 109 | operations were exercised in the ~inferior bodies except the natural 180 1, 109 | things are done ~in the inferior bodies besides the natural 181 1, 109 | bodies, but also over the inferior bodies.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 182 1, 109 | substance to preside ~over all inferior bodies, which he called 183 1, 109 | whatever can be done by an inferior power, can be done ~by a 184 1, 109 | Reply OBJ 2: Whatever an inferior power can do, that a superior 185 1, 109 | Hence it ~is clear that the inferior nature at its highest point 186 1, 109 | subject to the order of an ~inferior cause. But corporeal nature 187 1, 109 | But corporeal nature is inferior to an angel. Therefore ~ 188 1, 110 | Q[109], ~A[2]); as the inferior angels are enlightened by 189 1, 110 | superior, so men, ~who are inferior to the angels, are enlightened 190 1, 110 | namely, according as the inferior intellect is strengthened 191 1, 110 | intellect are proposed to the inferior ~so as to be grasped thereby. 192 1, 110 | to ~the capacity of the inferior angel, as explained above ( 193 1, 110 | human intellect as the ~inferior, is strengthened by the 194 1, 111 | minister is the part of an inferior; hence it is ~written (Lk. 195 1, 111 | Therefore much more are the inferior orders ~sent.~Aquin.: SMT 196 1, 111 | ministries by means of the inferior angels. But as all the angels ~ 197 1, 111 | each angel has an angel ~inferior to himself except the last 198 1, 111 | the whole universe, that inferior things ~are administered 199 1, 111 | superior angels without ~the inferior. From this standpoint some 200 1, 111 | are not sent, but only the inferior; yet ~that sometimes, by 201 1, 111 | prophet's lips was one of the inferior order; but ~was called a " 202 1, 111 | through the ministry of the inferior angels. Thus one of ~the 203 1, 111 | immediately, but because an inferior angel did so by his ~power; 204 1, 111 | ministries, and the lower to the inferior ministries.~~Aquin.: SMT 205 1, 111 | 1~OBJ 4: Further, if the inferior angels do not assist, the 206 1, 111 | who announce them to the inferior: and in that respect only 207 1, 111 | more than is seen by the ~inferior; some of whom enlighten 208 1, 111 | other hand, the names of the inferior orders imply administration, 209 1, 111 | superior bodies exceed the inferior in magnitude to an immeasurable ~ 210 1, 112 | spiritual ~substances, and the inferior bodies by the superior which 211 1, 112 | these reveal them to the inferior. And the same also applies 212 1, 112 | same also applies to the ~inferior orders: for a lower angel 213 1, 112 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even inferior angels exercise the office 214 1, 112 | a ministering angel as ~inferior to Him. Whence it is written ( 215 1, 113 | A[3]), he can change the inferior powers of man, in a ~certain 216 1, 114 | what is done here by ~the inferior bodies?~(4) Whether they 217 1, 114 | while thus has no nature inferior ~to it, on which it can 218 1, 114 | Nevertheless one body ~is inferior to another, forasmuch as 219 1, 114 | Bodies of a grosser ~and inferior nature are ruled in a certain 220 1, 114 | the substantial forms of inferior bodies were not diversified ~ 221 1, 114 | some principle above these inferior bodies, for they would be 222 1, 114 | participation of which the inferior bodies receive their substantial ~ 223 1, 114 | generation and ~corruption of inferior bodies: which is clearly 224 1, 114 | generation and corruption of inferior ~bodies. Such are the heavenly 225 1, 114 | whatever is generated in inferior bodies, is ~contained in 226 1, 114 | are variously received in ~inferior bodies, according to the 227 1, 114 | receive something from the inferior powers which ~are affixed 228 1, 114 | necessity, receives from the ~inferior apprehensive powers: wherefore 229 1, 114 | follow the inclination of the inferior appetite; for although ~ 230 1, 114 | by virtue of which the inferior powers can be changed, ~ 231 1, 114 | bodies are more powerful than inferior bodies. ~But the demons 232 1, 114 | are confined to certain inferior bodies, namely, "herbs, ~ 233 1, 114 | But the entire matter of inferior bodies is subject to the ~ 234 1, 114 | the means of particular inferior causes, which can ~fail 235 1, 115 | chance-like ~as compared to inferior causes, which, if compared 236 1, 116 | by God, can instruct the inferior angels, as ~stated above ( 237 1, 116 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the inferior angels are instructed by 238 1, 116 | Therefore some of the inferior angels can be instructed 239 1, 116 | are never enlightened ~by inferior angels. Now it is manifest 240 1, 116 | that in the same way as inferior ~angels are subject to the 241 1, 116 | body is nobler than other inferior bodies. But ~by the apprehension 242 1, 117 | by virtue of which the inferior bodies also act ~towards 243 1, 117 | while the powers of the inferior agents extend only to ~some 244 2, 9 | For it is natural that the inferior be moved by its superior: ~ 245 2, 13 | or habit, according as an inferior is ordained by a ~superior: 246 2, 19 | when it is known that ~the inferior authority prescribes something 247 2, 39 | whereof the body is the ~inferior. Now the sovereign good 248 2, 39 | the greatest evil of the inferior part. But ~wisdom is the 249 2, 44 | increases, especially in the inferior or nutritive parts. ~Consequently 250 2, 45 | afraid, it withdraws to ~the inferior parts. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 251 2, 60 | in another ~way, to an inferior, in yet another; and the 252 2, 66 | certain about an ~object of inferior degree. Wherefore the Philosopher 253 2, 86 | The soul is not defiled by inferior things, by their own ~power, 254 2, 93 | the king's command to ~his inferior administrators: and again 255 2, 93 | plans of ~government in the inferior governors must be derived 256 2, 93 | law. But these plans of inferior governors are all other 257 2, 93 | knew how to furnish the inferior parts ~of His creation with 258 2, 96 | man in conscience. For ~an inferior power has no jurisdiction 259 2, 98 | familiar contemplation, inferior to the vision of the ~Divine 260 2, 102 | commanded that the priests of ~inferior degree, who at fixed times 261 2, 105 | prescriptions concerning the inferior rulers: firstly (Ex. ~18: 262 2, 111 | seems to pertain to the inferior agent, and ~not to the principal 263 2, 113 | subject to God, and the inferior powers of the ~soul are 264 2, 8 | with exalted, but ~with inferior things, viz. singulars, 265 2, 22 | OBJ 3: Every accident is inferior to substance if we consider 266 2, 22 | principles of its subject is inferior to its subject, ~even as 267 2, 22 | subject, ~even as an effect is inferior to its cause; whereas an 268 2, 29 | relationship: it turns the inferior to the ~superior to be perfected 269 2, 29 | superior to watch over the ~inferior:" and in this respect beneficence 270 2, 29 | superior to watch over the inferior. Now ~degrees among men 271 2, 29 | one respect, is ~or may be inferior in another. Therefore, since 272 2, 30 | order ~demands that the inferior should be ruled according 273 2, 30 | those matters in which the inferior is subject to his ~superior, 274 2, 31 | in the physical order the inferior is moved by ~the superior. 275 2, 50 | Now cardinal virtues are inferior to the gifts, ~as stated 276 2, 64 | established by Divine Providence, inferior things are ordained for 277 2, 65 | authority is entrusted. For the inferior judge has no power ~to exempt 278 2, 78 | under no obligation to an ~inferior as such, although a superior 279 2, 79 | properly belongs to his inferior. Since then ~whatever man 280 2, 79 | or to the reverence of inferior creatures, it ~would seem 281 2, 79 | is soiled by contact with inferior things, even as all things 282 2, 79 | must ~be withdrawn from inferior things: and hence it is 283 2, 81 | act of reason, ~whereby an inferior is directed to something. 284 2, 81 | 4: It is God's will that inferior beings should be helped 285 2, 81 | the ~soul to the level of inferior things: and hence it is 286 2, 86 | Wherefore the act of an inferior virtue is the ~better the 287 2, 86 | dispensation. To other and inferior prelates ~is the power committed 288 2, 130 | showing that he ~is not inferior to another, and this in 289 2, 155 | inflicting punishment on an ~inferior," as Seneca states (De Clementia 290 2, 155 | of a superior towards an inferior": whereas ~meekness is not 291 2, 155 | not merely of superior to inferior, but of each to everyone. ~ 292 2, 169 | of the prophecy is that inferior causes, whether they be ~ 293 2, 170 | from the knowledge of an inferior intellect. Again, above 294 2, 182 | archdeacons exercise an inferior ministry under ~the bishops. 295 3, 5 | but are composed of the inferior elements. Therefore ~the 296 3, 7 | Further, a prophet is in an inferior order to an angel; hence ~ 297 3, 13 | higher is possessed in an inferior manner; for heat ~is not 298 3, 13 | soul of Christ is of an inferior nature to the ~Divine Nature, 299 3, 13 | knowledge of Christ's soul is inferior to Divine ~knowledge as 300 3, 15 | original justice, ~whereby the inferior powers of the soul were 301 3, 15 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The inferior powers pertaining to the 302 3, 15 | the sorrow or pain of the inferior part, so, ~conversely, the 303 3, 15 | conversely, the passions of the inferior part no-wise impeded the 304 3, 15 | cxviii) that "upon the inferior nature, which is the body, 305 3, 19 | mutually ordained agents, the inferior is ~moved by the superior, 306 3, 19 | actions and movements of the ~inferior principle are things operated 307 3, 19 | form, the operations of the inferior and of the superior agent ~ 308 3, 19 | are distinct; but when the inferior agent acts only as moved 309 3, 19 | of the superior and the inferior agent ~is one.~Aquin.: SMT 310 3, 20 | superior and the other inferior, the Philosopher says (Ethic. 311 3, 30 | dignity is concerned, his inferior powers are weakened; ~and 312 3, 32 | just as in the arts the inferior art ~gives a disposition 313 3, 65 | Unction are on a degree inferior to those mentioned above; ~ 314 3, 71 | and Chalice"; while the inferior ministers assist ~the priest 315 3, 83 | plural ~number, especially an inferior. Consequently it seems unfitting 316 Suppl, 2 | another, we find that the inferior mover has its proper movement, 317 Suppl, 6 | although the latter may be ~the inferior if the penitent be a prelate, 318 Suppl, 8 | no wrong is done to the inferior ~prelates, except to those 319 Suppl, 8 | delegated is higher ~than the inferior prelate, as the Pope's penitentiary 320 Suppl, 11| seal of ~confession. For an inferior may not do what his superior 321 Suppl, 11| refer him by ~letter to an inferior priest. Therefore with the 322 Suppl, 20| he does not commit to his inferior; otherwise any ~simple priest 323 Suppl, 20| excommunicated when the inferior ~priest cannot absolve a 324 Suppl, 20| in the heavenly Church an inferior angel never cleanses, ~enlightens 325 Suppl, 20| Therefore neither can an inferior ~priest exercise on a superior 326 Suppl, 20| in the external court an inferior ~cannot excommunicate or 327 Suppl, 20| same time, it seems that an inferior can use the ~power of the 328 Suppl, 20| of the Eucharist. But an inferior can give ~Communion to his 329 Suppl, 24| excommunication. But priests of inferior degree cannot ~excommunicate 330 Suppl, 25| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, an inferior cannot absolve from an obligation 331 Suppl, 34| are the superior ~and the inferior. Therefore inferiors have 332 Suppl, 34| and thus it is both in the inferior and in ~the superior, as 333 Suppl, 37| out devils, since he is of inferior rank.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[37] 334 Suppl, 52| the ~offspring follows the inferior condition, so that if the 335 Suppl, 55| those of the party that is inferior in rank and wealth, ~for 336 Suppl, 72| directed to the ~generation of inferior bodies, because by its means 337 Suppl, 72| Further, according to some the inferior bodies will be cleansed ~ 338 Suppl, 73| just as the ~grosser and inferior bodies are ruled in a certain 339 Suppl, 86| superior is not judged by his inferior. Now many who ~will have 340 Suppl, 86| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: An inferior cannot judge a superior 341 Suppl, 92| power" refers, so far as inferior things are ~ordered by superior,


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