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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 74 | been produced that could obey it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 2 1, 76 | for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, and are at ~ 3 1, 73 | been produced that could obey it.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[74] 4 1, 75 | for the sensitive powers obey the intellect, and are at ~ 5 1, 77 | the body, to make them ~obey the appetite of the soul 6 1, 80 | and concupiscible powers obey reason?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 7 1, 80 | concupiscible appetites obey reason?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 80 | concupiscible appetites do ~not obey reason. For irascible and 9 1, 80 | But sensuality does not obey reason, wherefore it is ~ 10 1, 80 | concupiscible appetites do not obey reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 11 1, 80 | concupiscible appetites do ~not obey reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 12 1, 80 | part of ~the soul does not obey reason: for we neither hear 13 1, 80 | irascible and concupscible, obey reason.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 14 1, 80 | and concupiscible powers obey ~the higher part, in which 15 1, 80 | secondly as to the will. They obey the reason in ~their own 16 1, 80 | concupiscible are said ~to obey the reason rather than to 17 1, 80 | the reason rather than to obey the intellect. Anyone can ~ 18 1, 80 | conclude that they do not obey.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[81] A[ 19 1, 95 | follow their leader, and bees obey their queen. So all animals ~ 20 1, 95 | state some ~domestic animals obey him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] 21 1, 95 | these doe not naturally obey ~reason; as we can see in 22 1, 95 | and concupiscible, which obey reason in some degree, the ~ 23 1, 108 | the demons, whereby some obey others, does ~not arise 24 1, 109 | This, however, is not to obey an angel's will (as neither 25 1, 109 | as neither does ~matter obey the mere will of a cook, 26 1, 109 | Para. 1/1~Whether bodies obey the angels as regards local 27 1, 109 | seem that bodies do not obey the angels in local motion. ~ 28 1, 109 | Further, the corporeal members obey the concept of the soul 29 1, 109 | Therefore they ~do not obey the angels in local motion.~ 30 1, 109 | movement. Therefore bodies obey them in local ~motion.~Aquin.: 31 1, 110 | whereby it is disposed to obey the will tending to ~Divine 32 1, 113 | corporeal matter does ~not obey either good or bad angels 33 1, 116 | you, that ~you should not obey the truth?" the gloss says 34 1, 116 | has a natural tendency to obey spiritual substance ~rather 35 1, 116 | corporeal matter does ~not obey spiritual substances at 36 1, 116 | become lifeless, it does not obey the soul as to local ~motion. 37 1, 116 | consequently various bodies may obey them as to ~movement. But 38 2, 2 | Eccles. 10:19): "All things obey money." Therefore man's 39 2, 2 | OBJ 1: All material things obey money, so far as the multitude 40 2, 17 | irrational animal is competent to obey; but ~its soul is not competent 41 2, 17 | powers of the vegetal ~soul, obey the command of reason.~Aquin.: 42 2, 17 | the vegetal soul do not obey reason, shows that they 43 2, 17 | members of the body do not obey reason as ~to their acts. 44 2, 17 | the vegetal soul do not obey reason, as stated above ( 45 2, 17 | the members of the body obey.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[17] A[ 46 2, 17 | so ready is the hand to obey, that scarcely can ~one 47 2, 17 | generation and nutrition does not obey reason, so neither ~does 48 2, 17 | of these members does not obey ~reason: in this sense, 49 2, 19 | covetousness, by willing to obey God for the sake of temporal 50 2, 24 | sensitive appetite can ~obey reason, as stated above ( 51 2, 24 | sensitive appetite does not obey ~reason. Nevertheless, in 52 2, 31 | part of man which does not obey ~reason. And in this sense, 53 2, 46 | this, that it does not obey the precept of reason in 54 2, 48 | Further, through failing to obey reason, man sometimes breaks 55 2, 50 | not an inborn ~aptitude to obey the command of reason, and 56 2, 50 | have an inborn aptitude to obey the ~command of reason; 57 2, 50 | for in so far as ~they obey reason, in a certain sense 58 2, 56 | have a natural aptitude to obey ~reason. And thus the irascible 59 2, 56 | concupiscible ~powers do not obey the reason blindly; on the 60 2, 56 | sensitive powers of apprehension obey reason: for the powers of ~ 61 2, 58 | acts may be found, they obey reason ~somewhat, but in 62 2, 58 | in various ways. For some obey reason blindly and without ~ 63 2, 67 | be perfectly disposed to obey the reason. But in the state 64 2, 68 | appetite are disposed to obey reason promptly. ~Therefore 65 2, 68 | whereby man is perfected ~to obey readily the Holy Ghost.~ 66 2, 68 | appetitive powers so that they obey the ~reason. Now just as 67 2, 69 | with His gifts that we may obey and follow ~him. Consequently 68 2, 74 | its natural aptitude to obey the ~reason; and in this 69 2, 83 | except in so ~far as it can obey reason. Now the generative 70 2, 83 | generative power cannot obey reason, ~as stated in Ethic. 71 2, 84 | Eccles. 10:19: "All things obey money": ~so that in this 72 2, 91 | so that those who do not obey it ~are called transgressors. 73 2, 92 | so far virtuous that they obey ~the commands of their rulers. 74 2, 94 | Rm. 10:16), "all do not obey the gospel." ~Therefore 75 2, 96 | Acts 5:29, "we ought to obey God rather ~than man."~Aquin.: 76 2, 96 | matters is man bound to obey the law, provided ~he avoid 77 2, 96 | Dist. de Moribus] says: 'Obey the law that ~thou makest 78 2, 98 | it should be ~possible to obey it, both according to nature, 79 2, 100 | is just that man should obey God: or again, ~inasmuch 80 2, 105 | and should ever fear and obey God. Moreover, He ~decided 81 2, 106 | Christ, "became to all that obey Him the cause of eternal 82 2, 106 | Rm. 10:16): "All do not obey the Gospel." Therefore the 83 2, 107 | given to Moses are easy to obey: Thou ~shalt not kill; Thou 84 2, 2 | that his mind be ready to obey, according to Ps. 118:60: " 85 2, 4 | will need to be ready to obey but also ~the intellect 86 2, 4 | superior, ~Whom he must obey.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[4] A[7] 87 2, 5 | the Law. Now a man ~can obey some commandments, and disobey 88 2, 12 | republic," were bound to obey. Therefore subjects are 89 2, 12 | allowed ~the faithful to obey Julian the apostate, in 90 2, 13 | xi) that "to ~refuse to obey is to resist the Holy Ghost." 91 2, 13 | Reply OBJ 4: To refuse to obey belongs to obstinacy, while 92 2, 15 | God promises to them that obey Him, wherefore the passage ~ 93 2, 16 | encouraged to love God and obey His commandments. On the 94 2, 21 | already subject and ready to obey: wherefore when the Law ~ 95 2, 21 | promises ~rewards to them that obey him, by that very fact, 96 2, 23 | requires that we should obey His will, it follows that ~ 97 2, 25 | thus in the army a man must obey his officer rather than 98 2, 30 | says (Eph. 6:1): "Children, obey your ~parents in the Lord." 99 2, 31 | religious are bound to obey their prelates. Now a ~prelate 100 2, 31 | Acts 5:29: "We ought to obey God rather then men." Therefore ~ 101 2, 38 | so that we be ~ready to obey them, and, if necessary, 102 2, 42 | thy whole soul"; and to obey God in our external ~actions, 103 2, 45 | able to rule well and to obey well," wherefore the ~virtue 104 2, 48 | as by his ~subjects who obey: since many obey one king 105 2, 48 | subjects who obey: since many obey one king in various departments. 106 2, 56 | concupiscible, and these obey reason; and in general in 107 2, 62 | inexcusable error, he should not obey, else there ~would be an 108 2, 64 | Whose mere will all things obey. Secondly, as ~regards their 109 2, 67 | justice that a man should obey his superior in those matters 110 2, 67 | one ~whom he is bound to obey.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[69] A[ 111 2, 67 | one whom he is bound to obey, since he ~refuses him his 112 2, 68 | justice, he is bound to obey, ~without doubt he is bound 113 2, 68 | superior whom he is bound to obey, we must make a distinction: 114 2, 81 | dumb animals are said to obey God, ~on account of the 115 2, 85 | subjects would be bound to obey. In like ~manner during 116 2, 86 | under the same heads to obey the ~law or commands of 117 2, 86 | that he is not bound to obey if ~he have no superior; 118 2, 88 | For the winds and the sea obey Him." Therefore in no way, ~ 119 2, 93 | however, ~the sensitive powers obey reason, as the Philosopher 120 2, 98 | apparently the subject should obey, so long as the Church ~ 121 2, 98 | statement, because no one should obey a man to the extent of ~ 122 2, 100 | according to Heb. 13:17, "Obey your prelates, and be subject 123 2, 101 | 2) obedience, whereby we obey their ~commands.~Aquin.: 124 2, 101 | he commanded servants to obey their ~masters and which 125 2, 102 | Whether one man is bound to obey another?~(2) Whether obedience 126 2, 102 | Whether subjects are bound to obey their superiors in all things?~( 127 2, 102 | the faithful are bound to obey the secular power?~Aquin.: 128 2, 102 | Whether one man is bound to obey another?~Aquin.: SMT SS 129 2, 102 | one man is not bound to obey another. For nothing ~should 130 2, 102 | one man is not bound to obey another.~Aquin.: SMT SS 131 2, 102 | if one man were bound to obey another, he would have to ~ 132 2, 102 | Therefore man is bound to obey none but God.~Aquin.: SMT 133 2, 102 | man were bound in duty to obey others in doing good deeds, 134 2, 102 | one man is not bound to obey ~another.~Aquin.: SMT SS 135 2, 102 | prescribed (Heb. 13:17): "Obey your prelates and ~be subject 136 2, 102 | inferiors are bound to obey their superiors.~Aquin.: 137 2, 102 | obedience be a duty, if one obey with a prompt will, one' 138 2, 102 | that they are bound to obey their commands, stands out 139 2, 102 | subject to princes, and to obey at a word," etc.~Aquin.: 140 2, 102 | wherein he ~ought not to obey, as we have stated above 141 2, 102 | is more praiseworthy to obey God than to offer sacrifice, 142 2, 102 | been better for Saul to obey God ~than to offer in sacrifice 143 2, 102 | the souls of those ~who obey perish utterly from starvation, 144 2, 102 | that we are not bound to obey God in all ~things.~Aquin.: 145 2, 102 | Therefore man is not bound to obey God in all ~things.~Aquin.: 146 2, 102 | of justice, are bound to obey the divine command.~Aquin.: 147 2, 102 | obeying God or by willing to obey Him.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[104] 148 2, 102 | wherefore man is bound to ~obey God's commands in all things.~ 149 2, 102 | Whether subjects are bound to obey their superiors in all things?~ 150 2, 102 | that subjects are bound to obey their superiors in all ~ 151 2, 102 | Col. 3:20): "Children, obey your parents in ~all things," 152 2, 102 | Col. 3:22): "Servants, obey in all things ~your masters 153 2, 102 | other ~subjects are bound to obey their superiors in all things.~ 154 2, 102 | Therefore as man ~is bound to obey God in all things, so is 155 2, 102 | things, so is he bound to obey his superiors.~Aquin.: SMT 156 2, 102 | Therefore he is ~also bound to obey in all things.~Aquin.: SMT 157 2, 102 | Acts 5:29): "We ought to obey God rather ~than men." Now 158 2, 102 | subject may not be bound ~to obey his superior in all things. 159 2, 102 | disregard the former ~and obey God." Secondly, a subject 160 2, 102 | subject is not bound to obey his superior if ~the latter 161 2, 102 | will man is ~not bound to obey his fellow-man, but God 162 2, 102 | Nevertheless man is bound to obey his fellow-man in things 163 2, 102 | equal, he is not bound to obey another man in matters touching 164 2, 102 | servants are not bound ~to obey their masters, nor children 165 2, 102 | affairs, a subject is bound to obey his superior within the 166 2, 102 | instance a soldier must obey his general in matters ~ 167 2, 102 | wherefore he is bound to obey Him in all things. ~On the 168 2, 102 | wherefore they ~are bound to obey in those matters only which 169 2, 102 | If they be ~willing to obey even in other matters, this 170 2, 102 | obeying when one is bound to obey: ~secondly, perfect obedience, 171 2, 102 | Christians are bound to obey the secular powers?~Aquin.: 172 2, 102 | Christians are not bound to obey the secular power. ~For 173 2, 102 | Therefore they are not bound to obey the secular power.~Aquin.: 174 2, 102 | Further, men are not bound to obey robbers, who oppress them 175 2, 102 | Christians ought not to ~obey secular princes.~Aquin.: 176 2, 102 | justice requires that subjects obey ~their superiors, else the 177 2, 102 | is bound by divine law to obey his fellow-man.~Aquin.: 178 2, 102 | Reply OBJ 3: Man is bound to obey secular princes in so far 179 2, 102 | subjects are not ~bound to obey him, except perhaps accidentally, 180 2, 103 | of God requires that we obey His commandments, as stated ~ 181 2, 103 | of idolatry to refuse to obey." But idolatry is the ~most 182 2, 103 | should take every care ~to obey each superior, yet it is 183 2, 103 | it is a greater duty to obey a higher than a ~lower authority, 184 2, 116 | Eccles. 10:19): "All things obey money." Therefore covetousness, ~ 185 2, 120 | shall we not ~much more'] obey the Father of spirits and 186 2, 131 | proud, had he ~refused to obey the command of his Creator."~ 187 2, 156 | ready, as its handmaid, to obey." This latter anger, although 188 2, 156 | movement of ~which has to obey reason. Wherefore Gregory 189 2, 162 | as to ~her having now to obey her husband's will even 190 2, 181 | yield yourselves servants to obey, his servants you are whom 191 2, 181 | servants you are whom you ~obey, whether it be of sin unto 192 2, 183 | OBJ 2: No one is bound to obey his superior by doing what 193 2, 183 | excused from being bound to obey definitely the superior ~ 194 2, 183 | impediment, he is bound humbly to obey. Hence when Moses had said ( 195 2, 183 | would not be bound to ~obey him by accepting the episcopate 196 2, 183 | bishops, are not bound to obey the superiors of their order, ~ 197 2, 183 | bishops are not ~bound to obey the superiors of their order, 198 2, 183 | they would be bound to obey them, ~inasmuch as they 199 2, 183 | inasmuch as they are bound to obey both the statutes of their 200 2, 184 | all. But all ~are bound to obey their superiors, according 201 2, 184 | Apostle ~(Heb. 13:17), "Obey your prelates, and be subject 202 2, 184 | have no ~superior whom they obey. Again religious superiors 203 2, 184 | that religious are bound to obey their superiors in all ~ 204 2, 184 | But they are not bound to obey them in all things, as stated ~ 205 2, 184 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 1: To obey one's superiors in matters 206 2, 184 | common to all: whereas to ~obey in matters pertaining to 207 2, 184 | perfection are most ready to obey, not as though ~they need 208 2, 184 | are nevertheless bound to obey the Sovereign Pontiff, not 209 2, 184 | inasmuch as a man is willing to obey, ~although perhaps he would 210 2, 184 | following ~of Christ, since to obey is to follow another's will. 211 2, 185 | wish to ~read but not to obey what one reads?" Fourthly, 212 2, 186 | say: "Nevertheless they obey an easier rule." Hence it ~ 213 2, 186 | wish to read, but ~not to obey what one reads?" Hence it 214 2, 186 | as you receive, you must obey one you prefer not to obey, 215 2, 186 | obey one you prefer not to obey, you ~must be a servant 216 2, 186 | so that they need not to obey others actually. ~Nevertheless 217 2, 187 | God, and "we should more obey the Father of ~spirits that 218 2, 187 | Shall we not much more obey the Father of ~Spirits, 219 2, 187 | Apostle (Heb. 12:9), than obey our ~parents. Hence as we 220 3, 1 | all creatures ~implicitly obey; and the capability we speak 221 3, 8 | suggest to his subjects to obey ~his will; but proposes 222 3, 19 | human ~inasmuch as they obey reason, as is clear from 223 3, 20 | and ~concupiscible powers obey reason. Hence this way a 224 3, 22 | He became to all that ~obey Him the cause of eternal 225 3, 36 | lest a child whom the stars obey, might make himself ~appear 226 3, 43 | unclean spirits, and they obey Him."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[43] 227 3, 46 | and indivisible body might obey ~death, and that there might 228 3, 47 | cannot conquer unless he obey his captain. And so the ~ 229 3, 67 | shall we not much more obey the ~Father of Spirits, 230 3, 70 | disobedience who failed to obey through contempt.~Aquin.: 231 Suppl, 2 | will that had ~failed to obey the command of God's law, 232 Suppl, 3 | lower ~appetite does not obey the higher appetite infallibly, 233 Suppl, 8 | then he would be bound to obey ~several men, which would 234 Suppl, 8 | the ~penitent is bound to obey the former rather than the 235 Suppl, 8 | penitent is not so bound to obey him as ~his own priest.~ 236 Suppl, 9 | Courageously accusing, ready to obey.~For fidelity, simplicity, 237 Suppl, 9 | manifest ~his "readiness to obey" the priest, should be " 238 Suppl, 21| pronounced, or by failing to obey the decision of the court. 239 Suppl, 21| due warning, he refuse to obey, he is reckoned to be obstinate, ~ 240 Suppl, 41| and the members ~do not obey reason. Hence the argument 241 Suppl, 47| Col. 3:20): "Children, obey your parents in ~all things." 242 Suppl, 47| Therefore they are bound to obey them in this also.~Aquin.: 243 Suppl, 47| Therefore a son is bound to obey his ~father in this.~Aquin.: 244 Suppl, 47| Therefore he is not bound to obey him in this.~Aquin.: SMT 245 Suppl, 47| Further, if he were bound to obey, a betrothal contracted 246 Suppl, 52| Further, a slave is bound to obey his master. But his master 247 Suppl, 52| OBJ 2: A slave is bound to obey his master in those things 248 Suppl, 52| the slave is not bound to obey his master.~Aquin.: SMT 249 Suppl, 52| debt, but in preference to obey his master, if the two things 250 Suppl, 52| preference the slave is bound to obey, his ~master or his wife.~ 251 Suppl, 64| simply, since one must not obey in what ~is unlawful. Now 252 Suppl, 72| Further, that fire will obey God in the cleansing of 253 Suppl, 73| appears all nature will obey His command in restoring 254 Suppl, 73| which ~all nature will obey by concurring in the resurrection 255 Suppl, 81| it is prompt and apt to obey the spirit in all the movements 256 Suppl, 81| the body more adapted to obey the moving ~spirit, labor 257 Suppl, 89| had he been willing ~to obey the command, would have 258 Appen1, 2| effected when the lower powers obey the higher ~which delight


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