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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | is ~written: "Thou hast ordered all things in measure, and 2 1, 6 | God is immense and is not ordered to anything else. Therefore ~ 3 1, 7 | It is written, "Thou hast ordered all things in ~measure, 4 1, 11 | that ~exist are seen to be ordered to each other since some 5 1, 11 | order, unless they ~are ordered thereto by one. For many 6 1, 13 | exists, because they are ordered either to the knowledge 7 1, 13 | and all ~creatures are ordered to Him, and not conversely, 8 1, 14 | the practical intellect is ordered to the end of the operation; 9 1, 18 | in it, and his whole life ordered with a view to it, is said 10 1, 19 | Himself in so far as they are ordered to His own goodness as their ~ 11 1, 19 | thing, for at one time He ordered the law to be ~observed, 12 1, 19 | is called evil, properly ordered ~and disposed, commends 13 1, 19 | things evil in themselves are ordered to some good end; and this ~ 14 1, 19 | since evil is not of itself ~ordered to good, but accidentally. 15 1, 21 | all created things are ~ordered to God. Thus in the divine 16 1, 21 | it should possess what is ordered to it; thus it is due to 17 1, 21 | each thing is due to it as ordered to it according to the ~ 18 1, 22 | and the type of things ordered ~towards an end is, properly 19 1, 22 | Himself there can be nothing ordered towards an end, since He 20 1, 22 | that are of God are well ordered [*Vulg.'Those powers ~that 21 1, 23 | however, are ~differently ordered in God, and in ourselves: 22 1, 25 | the ~power of God is not ordered toward its effect as towards 23 1, 28 | their own very nature are ordered to each other, and have 24 1, 32 | however, which are not ordered to any act, but simply remove 25 1, 36 | attributed to whatever is ordered to God. Therefore ~because 26 1, 39 | order, as the form of an ordered multitude. So if the ~names 27 1, 47 | whereby ~some things are ordered to others. But whatever 28 1, 48 | what is called evil, well ordered and in its place, is the 29 1, 48 | considered as something rightly ~ordered, and evil as a thing not 30 1, 48 | parts of the universe are ordered ~to each other, according 31 1, 48 | the action which is not ordered to its due end.~ 32 1, 49 | also the useful, which is ordered to the end. Evil, ~however, 33 1, 49 | part has ~its own perfectly ordered place, as was said above ( 34 1, 57 | which all their duties are ~ordered. For "all are [*Vulg.: ' 35 1, 68 | work of the six days is ordered conformably to the ~order 36 1, 76 | if the ~forms are not ordered to one another, as when 37 1, 76 | predication, ~(if the forms are ordered one to another, the subject 38 1, 76 | these two forms not to be ordered to one ~another - or that 39 1, 77 | certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~themselves, namely, 40 1, 39 | order, as the form of an ordered multitude. So if the ~names 41 1, 48 | whereby ~some things are ordered to others. But whatever 42 1, 49 | what is called evil, well ordered and in its place, is the 43 1, 49 | considered as something rightly ~ordered, and evil as a thing not 44 1, 49 | parts of the universe are ordered ~to each other, according 45 1, 49 | the action which is not ordered to its due end.~ 46 1, 50 | also the useful, which is ordered to the end. Evil, ~however, 47 1, 50 | part has ~its own perfectly ordered place, as was said above ( 48 1, 58 | which all their duties are ~ordered. For "all are [*Vulg.: ' 49 1, 69 | work of the six days is ordered conformably to the ~order 50 1, 75 | if the ~forms are not ordered to one another, as when 51 1, 75 | predication, ~(if the forms are ordered one to another, the subject 52 1, 75 | these two forms not to be ordered to one ~another - or that 53 1, 76 | certain sensitive powers are ordered among ~themselves, namely, 54 1, 81 | that is, in the will ~as ordered to such acts. And in this 55 1, 88 | For since nature is always ordered to what is best, and since 56 1, 88 | phantasms; God should have ordered the soul's nature so ~that 57 1, 90 | objects of the senses only as ordered to food ~and sex, man alone 58 1, 91 | But man is ~yet further ordered to a still nobler vital 59 1, 94 | et Grat. x) that "God so ~ordered the life of the angels and 60 1, 95 | which are of God, ~are well ordered" [Vulg."Those that are, 61 1, 95 | Metaphysics, whereas a slave is ~ordered to another. So that one 62 1, 96 | natural disposition, but ~are ordered to his natural welfare.~ 63 1, 97 | men would have been ~so ordered that without any danger 64 1, 98 | the human ~will is well ordered when it tends to acts which 65 1, 98 | innocence generation is ordered to the ~multiplication of 66 1, 101 | and angels are similarly ordered to beatitude. But ~the angels 67 1, 101 | Paradise was a ~divinely ordered region, and worthy of him 68 1, 101 | wherefore paradise was ordered to man's benefit, and not 69 1, 102 | its ultimate end, but ~is ordered to the extrinsic good as 70 1, 102 | the order in an army ~is ordered to the general, as stated 71 1, 102 | can be nothing that is not ordered to the Divine goodness as 72 1, 103 | occur miraculously, are ordered for the manifestation of 73 1, 104 | that secondary causes are ordered to determinate ~effects 74 1, 104 | whom the whole kingdom is ~ordered.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 75 1, 105 | manifesting some created good ordered to God's goodness. And thus 76 1, 105 | and ~hence as cause is ordered to cause, so is order to 77 1, 105 | the ~inferior cause, to be ordered to the superior cause, as 78 1, 105 | nature, that men may be ordered to the knowledge of Him. 79 1, 106 | concept of the mind is ~ordered to something else, as, for 80 1, 106 | of the angelic mind is ~ordered to be made known to another 81 1, 106 | concept, but also its being ordered to ~another's knowledge 82 1, 106 | so he ever sees what is ordered to himself. But because 83 1, 106 | something else. Now one thing is ordered to another ~in a twofold 84 1, 106 | natural things the agent is ordered to the patient, and in ~ 85 1, 106 | human speech the teacher is ordered to the learner; and in this 86 1, 106 | another way one thing is ordered ~to another to receive something, 87 1, 106 | natural things the passive is ~ordered to the agent, and in human 88 1, 106 | but is sometimes finally ordered to the purpose of ~manifesting 89 1, 106 | angel perceiving what is ordered to him on the part of ~another; 90 1, 106 | the mental concept of one ordered to another is known by one, 91 1, 106 | another. Now a thing can be ordered ~through some cause to one 92 1, 106 | speech may be of ~something ordered to the principle of the 93 1, 107 | is evident that they are ~ordered for the best. But the best 94 1, 107 | himself and ~the multitude ordered under the prince. Therefore 95 1, 107 | the part of the ~multitude ordered under the prince, then principality 96 1, 107 | that is, one multitude ordered in one way under the rule ~ 97 1, 107 | a multitude would not be ordered, but confused, if ~there 98 1, 107 | in ~carrying out what is ordered to be done. And so Dionysius 99 1, 107 | the angelic offices ~are ordered for the purpose of leading 100 1, 107 | intellectual actions which are ordered according ~to the order 101 1, 111 | another, and its action is ordered to another. ~Hence angels' 102 1, 112 | within him all was well ordered, as we have ~said above ( 103 1, 114 | potentialities which are ordered ~to such active virtues, 104 1, 114 | For some causes are so ordered to ~their effects, as to 105 1, 114 | the action of a cause so ordered to its effect as to ~produce 106 1, 115 | compared to the master, who had ordered ~it, it is directly intended.~ 107 1, 115 | being in the ~mediate causes ordered by God to the production 108 1, 115 | created causes themselves, as ordered by God ~to the production 109 1, 115 | which ~are thus disposed or ordered; secondly, in regard to 110 1, 115 | namely, God, by Whom they are ordered. Some, therefore, have held 111 1, 117 | case of diverse agents not ~ordered to one another. But where 112 1, 117 | where there are many agents ordered to one ~another, nothing 113 2, 4 | the way in ~which man is ordered to an end. Now man is ordered 114 2, 4 | ordered to an end. Now man is ordered to an intelligible end ~ 115 2, 4 | will consists in being duly ordered to the last end. Now the 116 2, 5 | being better disposed or ~ordered to the enjoyment of Him. 117 2, 20 | consequences for which that man is ordered to be ~punished, both follow 118 2, 55 | the end to which virtue is ordered: because in us love is set ~ 119 2, 55 | disposition. Now virtue ~causes an ordered operation. Therefore virtue 120 2, 55 | Therefore virtue itself is an ordered ~disposition of the soul, 121 2, 55 | the soul are ~in some way ordered to one another, and to that 122 2, 56 | this good ~every virtue is ordered, since everything naturally 123 2, 76 | legislator named Pittacus, who ordered drunkards to be more severely ~ 124 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Well ordered self-love, whereby man desires 125 2, 85 | sinner, nevertheless they are ordered ~according to the justice 126 2, 94 | Gn. 22:2); and when he ~ordered the Jews to borrow and purloin 127 2, 99 | argument in sciences should be ordered becomingly, so that ~the 128 2, 100 | matters ~whereby men are well ordered in their relations to God. 129 2, 100 | whereby human reason ~is well ordered. But this is effected by 130 2, 100 | that are of ~God, are well ordered" [Vulg.: 'Those that are, 131 2, 102 | wisdom must needs be well ordered, as the ~Apostle states ( 132 2, 102 | required for ~things to be well ordered. First, that they be ordained 133 2, 102 | unreasonable that the ~Lord ordered (Ex. 30:18, seqq.) the making 134 2, 103 | cleanse: because they were ordered by the Law to be ~employed 135 2, 104 | perchance they were observed, or ordered to be observed, as ~though 136 2, 105 | 15:34) a certain man is ordered to be imprisoned. "Stripes"; 137 2, 105 | relations of the citizens be ordered by just laws. Now the ~relations 138 2, 105 | order to remove this danger, ordered ~things in such a way that 139 2, 105 | OBJ 11: Dumb animals were ordered to be slain, not on account 140 2, 105 | heedful of this command, it ~ordered that on the approach of 141 2, 105 | promised to them, all were ordered to be slain, on account 142 2, 105 | infliction of punishment, for it ordered those who maimed their ~ 143 2, 105 | grave reason: wherefore it ~ordered punishment to be inflicted 144 2, 105 | of the servant, who was ordered to be given his liberty: 145 2, 108 | s interior movements are ordered. Because after declaring ~ 146 2, 108 | enemies: whereas the Law ordered this for the fulfilment 147 2, 111 | that are of ~God are well ordered [Vulg.: 'those that are, 148 2, 10 | children are free," yet He ordered the tribute to be paid in ~ 149 2, 18 | to be good through being ordered to an end, while ~evil implies 150 2, 22 | affections are perfectly ordered, unites us to ~God, for 151 2, 22 | I answer that, Virtue is ordered to the good, as stated above ( 152 2, 22 | and ~to this good man is ordered by charity. Man's secondary 153 2, 22 | we take virtue as being ordered to some particular end, ~ 154 2, 22 | not a true virtue that is ordered to ~such a good, but a counterfeit 155 2, 23 | in charity whereby he is ordered to ~the last end.~Aquin.: 156 2, 25 | to the faculty which is ordered. It is in this ~way that 157 2, 28 | Peace among men is well ordered concord." ~Now we are speaking 158 2, 28 | but that which is well ordered, through one man ~agreeing 159 2, 38 | to gather together, and ordered ~them to go down to the 160 2, 64 | command of the ~Lord, Who ordered this to be done on account 161 2, 64 | unjustly in so far as they ~are ordered by the laws of earthly princes 162 2, 66 | above (A[1]), accusation is ordered for the ~common good which 163 2, 79 | proportioned to him, through being ordered to him in a becoming manner. ~ 164 2, 79 | its goodness from ~being ordered to that end; so that the 165 2, 79 | about ~matters that are ordered to God as their end. And 166 2, 79 | directly and immediately ordered to the honor of God. Hence 167 2, 86 | OBJ 3: Food is directly ordered to the upkeep of the person, ~ 168 2, 86 | intercourse is directly ordered to ~the upkeep not of the 169 2, 93 | name not from a rightly ordered share ~of something divine, 170 2, 93 | the stars, ~yet are they ordered according to divine providence 171 2, 93 | seeing therein an omen, ordered by divine providence for 172 2, 94 | through divine providence are ordered so as to be signs of the ~ 173 2, 98 | the prelates of churches, ordered spiritual ~things to be 174 2, 101 | honored Mardochaeus, and ordered it to be ~proclaimed in 175 2, 102 | ordinance. Now God has so ordered ~that man is ruled by his 176 2, 107 | words or deeds, are duly ordered in relation to some ~thing, 177 2, 127 | But magnanimity is well ordered in relation to dishonor, 178 2, 128 | according to nature, is ordered by the ~Divine Reason, which 179 2, 129 | inordinate to that which is well ordered.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 180 2, 145 | dead, and so the Church ordered ~a fast to be observed immediately 181 2, 145 | this reason fasting is not ordered by ~the Church during the 182 2, 145 | Testament should the fast be ordered until the evening.~Aquin.: 183 2, 145 | OBJ 2: Further, the fast ordered by the Church is binding 184 2, 148 | stated in Polit. ii, 9, ordered "those guilty ~of assault 185 2, 150 | other hand, virginity is ordered to the individual ~good, 186 2, 151 | from doing what his reason ordered to be done. [To this "inconstancy" ~ 187 2, 159 | participation it is in ~the appetite ordered by the reason; and this 188 2, 162 | measure [*Vulg.: 'Thou hast ordered all ~things in measure, 189 2, 167 | to be permitted, but not ordered, to adorn ~themselves." 190 2, 170 | that are of God ~are well ordered [*Vulg.: 'Those that are, 191 2, 182 | religious state is directly ~ordered to the love of God, wherefore 192 2, 182 | s state would seem to be ordered to the love of our ~neighbor, 193 2, 182 | one engage in the fight as ordered by our ~Commander-in-chief." 194 2, 185 | unlawful means. For the Apostle ordered ~manual labor first of all 195 3, 1 | With great wisdom was it so ordered that the Son of Man ~should 196 3, 7 | understood our Lord to have ordered him to give something to ~ 197 3, 7 | to Wis. 11:21: "Thou hast ordered all ~things in measure and 198 3, 7 | to Wis. 11:21: "Thou hast ordered all things in ~number, weight 199 3, 8 | metaphorical body, i.e. an ordered multitude, is part of ~another 200 3, 19 | sensitive part which was not ~ordered by reason. Even the natural 201 3, 27 | outside the common law, are ordered for the salvation of others, ~ 202 3, 29 | virgin. For espousals are ordered to carnal intercourse. But 203 3, 30 | of the Old Testament are ~ordered to that apparition in which 204 3, 30 | that are of God, are ~well ordered [Vulg.: 'Those that are, 205 3, 35 | what is of God is well ~ordered" and becomingly arranged, 206 3, 36 | what is of God is well ~ordered." Now it belongs to the 207 3, 36 | that, Christ's birth was ordered unto man's salvation, which 208 3, 38 | Pharisees were vain, being ordered ~merely unto carnal cleanliness. 209 3, 38 | the baptism of John was ordered unto ~spiritual cleanliness, 210 3, 38 | teaching and work of John was ordered unto ~Christ, who, by many 211 3, 38 | the confession of sins ~is ordered to their remission, which 212 3, 39 | Further, John's baptism was ordered to that of Christ as to 213 3, 42 | which are of God are well ordered [Vulg.: ~'those that are, 214 3, 55 | that are of ~God, are well ordered [Vulg.: 'Those that are, 215 3, 59 | Now all human affairs are ~ordered for the end of beatitude, 216 3, 66 | only ~one immersion was ordered to be made, by the (fourth) 217 3, 69 | that are of God are well ordered [Vulg.: 'Those that are, 218 3, 83 | chalices; but Pope Zephyrinus ~ordered the mass to be said with 219 3, 83 | the same fashion as it was ordered under the Old Law. It has 220 3, 83 | dist. ii), Pope Clement I ordered that "as many hosts are 221 Suppl, 17| OBJ 5: Further, in every ordered series of agents, the last 222 Suppl, 21| The Apostle (1 Cor. 5:5) ordered a man to be ~excommunicated.~ 223 Suppl, 36| human act to be rightly ordered there must needs ~be the 224 Suppl, 54| consanguinity is described as "the ~ordered series of persons related 225 Suppl, 67| divorcing his wife, it was ordered that the husband could not 226 Suppl, 67| and for this reason it was ordered by ~God.~Aquin.: SMT XP 227 Suppl, 72| vessels, and these the Law ordered ~to be cleansed with water; 228 Suppl, 85| behooves each of these to be so ordered that ~the day of the Lord 229 Suppl, 91| rejoices in them as being ordered by His justice.~Aquin.: 230 Suppl, 92| as inferior things are ~ordered by superior, and "honor" 231 Suppl, 95| a will that is directly ordered to ~good is itself good.


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