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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | glorious conqueror: ~"The government was placed upon His shoulder," 2 1, 22 | of order, which is termed government. Of these, the first is ~ 3 1, 22 | order, which is called government. As regards the first of 4 1, 23 | providence which is ~called government, is in a passive way in 5 1, 26 | omnipotence; for dignities, the ~government of all things; and in place 6 1, 44 | of their preservation and government. Concerning the ~first point 7 1, 45 | goodness, to ~which belong both government, which brings things to 8 1, 65 | Metaphysics (i, 2). Hence in ~the government of things the lower is ruled 9 1, 69 | like from like, to the ~government of the universe. And Scripture 10 1, 45 | of their preservation and government. Concerning the ~first point 11 1, 46 | goodness, to ~which belong both government, which brings things to 12 1, 66 | Metaphysics (i, 2). Hence in ~the government of things the lower is ruled 13 1, 70 | like from like, to the ~government of the universe. And Scripture 14 1, 80 | who, though subject to the government of the ruler, have ~nevertheless 15 1, 93 | also by ~instruction and government. Hence, as the first man 16 1, 95 | are rightly subject to his government. Thirdly, this is ~proved 17 1, 102 | ON THE CONSERVATION AND GOVERNMENT OF CREATURES (QQ[103]-119)~ 18 1, 102 | CREATURES (QQ[103]-119)~OF THE GOVERNMENT OF THINGS IN GENERAL (EIGHT 19 1, 102 | consider in the third place the government thereof, and (1) the ~government 20 1, 102 | government thereof, and (1) the ~government of things in general; (2) 21 1, 102 | particular, the effects of this ~government. Under the first head there 22 1, 102 | What is the end of this government? ~(3) Whether the world 23 1, 102 | Of the effects of this government?~(5) Whether all things 24 1, 102 | things are subject to Divine government?~(6) Whether all things 25 1, 102 | 7) Whether the Divine government is frustrated in anything?~( 26 1, 102 | any external principle of government. ~But the principal parts 27 1, 102 | philosophers denied the government of ~the world, saying that 28 1, 102 | necessity of things shows the ~government of Divine Providence.~Aquin.: 29 1, 102 | 1~Whether the end of the government of the world is something 30 1, 102 | seem that the end of the government of the world is not ~something 31 1, 102 | world. For the end of the government of a ~thing is that whereto 32 1, 102 | him. Therefore the end ~of government of things is some good not 33 1, 102 | extrinsic can be the end of the ~government of things.~Aquin.: SMT FP 34 1, 102 | Therefore the end of the government of the world is the peaceful 35 1, 102 | Therefore the end of the government of the world is ~not an 36 1, 102 | universe is the end of the government of the universe, as something ~ 37 1, 102 | effect. Now, we see in the government of the ~universe that things 38 1, 102 | both of these pertain to ~government. For to the Lord belongs 39 1, 102 | For since the end of the government of the world is that which 40 1, 102 | is the greatest good; the government of the world ~must be the 41 1, 102 | must be the best kind of government. Now the best government 42 1, 102 | government. Now the best government is the ~government by one. 43 1, 102 | best government is the ~government by one. The reason of this 44 1, 102 | The reason of this is that government is nothing but ~the directing 45 1, 102 | this it follows that the ~government of the world, being the 46 1, 102 | being the best form of government, must be by ~one. This is 47 1, 102 | 1~Whether the effect of government is one or many?~Aquin.: 48 1, 102 | is but one effect of the government of ~the world and not many. 49 1, 102 | many. For the effect of government is that which is ~caused 50 1, 102 | an army. Therefore ~the government of the world has but one 51 1, 102 | also the effect of ~this government is but one.~Aquin.: SMT 52 1, 102 | Further, if the effect of government is not one by reason of 53 1, 102 | number to the effects of government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 54 1, 102 | and perfect goodness." But government belongs ~to providence. 55 1, 102 | definite effects of the Divine ~government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 56 1, 102 | effected. Now ~the end of the government of the world is the essential 57 1, 102 | Consequently the ~effect of the government of the world may be taken 58 1, 102 | Secondly, the effect of the ~government of the world may be considered 59 1, 102 | general, two effects of the government. For the creature is assimilated ~ 60 1, 102 | there are two ~effects of government, the preservation of things 61 1, 102 | individual ~the effects of the government of the world; and in this 62 1, 102 | are subject to the Divine government?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 63 1, 102 | are subject to the Divine ~government. For it is written (Eccles. 64 1, 102 | things subject to the Divine government are not ~ruled by chance. 65 1, 102 | not ~subject to the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 66 1, 102 | not subject to the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 67 1, 102 | not subject to the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 68 1, 102 | things are subject to His government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 69 1, 102 | perfection; and ~this belongs to government. Now God is the cause not 70 1, 102 | which is not subject to His ~government. This can also be proved 71 1, 102 | the nature of the end of ~government. For a man's government 72 1, 102 | government. For a man's government extends over all those things 73 1, 102 | come under the end of his government. Now the end of the Divine ~ 74 1, 102 | Now the end of the Divine ~government is the Divine goodness; 75 1, 102 | to escape from the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 76 1, 102 | not ~subject to the Divine government. These are represented as 77 1, 102 | that they ~are subject to government of some kind. For unless 78 1, 102 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Government implies a certain change 79 1, 102 | withdraw them from the Divine government, but ~only as regards the 80 1, 102 | will. Therefore above the government whereby the rational ~creature 81 1, 102 | Para. 1/3~I answer that, In government there are two things to 82 1, 102 | considered; the ~design of government, which is providence itself; 83 1, 102 | design. As to the design of government, God governs all things ~ 84 1, 102 | and such is the design of government) consists in knowing the ~ 85 1, 102 | God has ~the design of the government of all things, even of the 86 1, 102 | brought to perfection by ~government, this government will be 87 1, 102 | perfection by ~government, this government will be so much the better 88 1, 102 | to be causes of others in government; as a ~master, who not only 89 1, 102 | immediately, even in the design of government; ~this is clear from the 90 1, 102 | which is the ~design of government, into three parts.~Aquin.: 91 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 92 1, 102 | the order ~of the Divine government. For Boethius says (De Consol. 93 1, 102 | the order ~of the Divine government, it would follow that no 94 1, 102 | the order ~of the Divine government, it follows that there is 95 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government, ~it follows that all things 96 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 97 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government; but from the very fact 98 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government, it ~would wholly cease 99 1, 102 | outside the order of Divine ~government. The very fact that something 100 1, 102 | itself subject to the ~Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 101 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 102 1, 102 | the ~order of the Divine government. For it is written (Is. 103 1, 102 | the order of the Divine ~government. But some things oppose 104 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 105 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[103] A[ 106 1, 102 | the order of the Divine ~government. This can be proved in two 107 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government is wholly directed to good, 108 1, 102 | the order of the Divine government; for even ~the sinner intends 109 1, 103 | SPECIAL EFFECTS OF THE DIVINE GOVERNMENT (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next 110 1, 103 | the effects of the Divine government in particular; ~concerning 111 1, 104 | second effect of the Divine government, i.e. the ~change of creatures; 112 1, 107 | subject in "one" way to the ~government of the prince. And those 113 1, 107 | answer that, The order of government, which is the order of a ~ 114 1, 107 | Domination" seems to imply government and ~likewise the names " 115 1, 107 | Principality" belong ~to government in different ways. The place 116 1, 107 | certain kind of common government or disposition - the "Dominations," ~" 117 1, 107 | Body Para. 4/7~As regards government, three things are comprised 118 1, 107 | who, as presiding over the government of peoples and ~kingdoms ( 119 1, 109 | Therefore they do not need the ~government of angels.~Aquin.: SMT FP 120 2, 63 | directed to diverse forms of government. In the same way, too, ~ 121 2, 87 | universal ~order of the Divine government. Now each of these orders 122 2, 91 | Wherefore the very Idea of the government of things in God the ~Ruler 123 2, 91 | is ordained by God to the government of ~things foreknown by 124 2, 91 | But the end of the Divine government is God Himself, ~and His 125 2, 92 | respect to that particular government. In this way good is found ~ 126 2, 92 | respect to that particular government.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[92] A[ 127 2, 93 | those who are subject to his government. And just as the type of 128 2, 93 | govern, so that the plan of government ~is derived by secondary 129 2, 93 | eternal law ~is the plan of government in the Chief Governor, all 130 2, 93 | Governor, all the plans of ~government in the inferior governors 131 2, 93 | the type of ~the Divine government. Consequently whatever is 132 2, 93 | is subject to the Divine ~government, is subject to the eternal 133 2, 93 | not ~subject to the Divine government, neither is it subject to 134 2, 93 | things are subject to human government, which can be ~done by man; 135 2, 93 | is not subject to ~human government; for instance, that he should 136 2, 93 | subject neither to the Divine government, nor to the eternal law, 137 2, 93 | that are subject to the government of ~someone: wherefore, 138 2, 95 | to the various forms ~of government. Of these, according to 139 2, 95 | form is "aristocracy," i.e. government ~by the best men or men 140 2, 95 | form is "oligarchy," i.e. government ~by a few rich and powerful 141 2, 95 | Honorary," law. Another form of government is that of the people, ~ 142 2, 95 | There is also tyrannical government, which is ~altogether corrupt, 143 2, 95 | Finally, ~there is a form of government made up of all these, and 144 2, 96 | which is framed for the government of ~states, allows and leaves 145 2, 97 | own magistrates for the government of the ~commonwealth. But 146 2, 97 | their votes, and entrust the government to scoundrels and ~criminals; 147 2, 102 | to God the fruit of His government, i.e. the ~holiness of the 148 2, 102 | of the work of the Divine government. For the things ~of this 149 2, 104 | community at large and the government thereof. Consequently the 150 2, 104 | so long as the state of government remains the ~same. But if 151 2, 104 | pass to another form of government, the ~laws must needs be 152 2, 104 | For democracy, which is government by the ~people, demands 153 2, 104 | of oligarchy, which is ~government by the rich, as the Philosopher 154 2, 105 | king: because this kind of government approaches nearest in resemblance ~ 155 2, 105 | resemblance ~to the Divine government, whereby God rules the world 156 2, 105 | kingdom is the best form of government, so is ~tyranny the most 157 2, 105 | take some ~share in the government: for this form of constitution 158 2, 105 | respect of ~the kinds of government, or the different ways in 159 2, 105 | kingdom," where the power of government is vested in one; and ~" 160 2, 105 | aristocracy," which signifies government by the best, where the power 161 2, 105 | best, where the power of ~government is vested in a few. Accordingly, 162 2, 105 | Accordingly, the best form of government ~is in a state or kingdom, 163 2, 105 | governing powers: and yet a ~government of this kind is shared by 164 2, 105 | partly democracy, i.e. government by the people, in so far 165 2, 105 | 2/2~Such was the form of government established by the Divine 166 2, 105 | But it was a ~democratical government in so far as the rulers 167 2, 105 | kingdom is the best form of government of the people, so ~long 168 2, 107 | ordained to democratic ~government, would differ specifically 169 2, 107 | specifically from a law ordained to government ~by the aristocracy. Secondly, 170 2, 10 | 1/3~I answer that, Human government is derived from the Divine 171 2, 10 | derived from the Divine government, ~and should imitate it. 172 2, 10 | ensue. Accordingly in human government also, ~those who are in 173 2, 40 | Reply OBJ 3: A tyrannical government is not just, because it 174 2, 40 | sedition in disturbing a government of this kind, unless ~indeed 175 2, 40 | than from the ~tyrant's government. Indeed it is the tyrant 176 2, 45 | of ~many, but only to the government of oneself. For the Philosopher 177 2, 48 | is one of six species of government. But no species of prudence ~ 178 2, 48 | the other five forms of government, which are ~"aristocracy," " 179 2, 48 | city or kingdom; because a government is the more perfect according ~ 180 2, 48 | who is charged with the government of a city or kingdom: for 181 2, 48 | other ~rightful forms of government, but not perverse forms 182 2, 48 | applies ~to the other forms of government, this is only in so far 183 2, 48 | have a ~share of kingly government.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[50] A[ 184 2, 48 | the rectitude of their government is not in their power but 185 2, 48 | some kind of rectitude of ~government is required in them, so 186 2, 48 | kinds of prudence in the government of a multitude, "one of 187 2, 48 | king, wherefore paternal government is not reckoned a distinct 188 2, 50 | blessedness, but concern ~the government of things according to Divine 189 2, 79 | principle of the creation and government of things. ~Wherefore He 190 2, 79 | principle of the ~creation and government of things, wherefore they 191 2, 99 | first principle of being and government. In ~the second place, the 192 2, 99 | principles of our being and government are our ~parents and our 193 2, 99 | principle of being and ~government. And piety regards this 194 2, 99 | principle of our being and government in a far ~more excellent 195 2, 100 | dignity is as a principle of government with regard to ~certain 196 2, 100 | regards the exercise of his ~government. In respect of his excellence 197 2, 100 | of the ~exercise of his government, there is due to him worship, 198 2, 100 | to the exercise of their ~government there is due both obedience, 199 2, 100 | substance than external government, the principle of which 200 2, 100 | power, as regards external government, but not as regards the ~ 201 2, 170 | prophecy is requisite for the government of a ~people, especially 202 2, 183 | to be appointed to ~the government of others, so too it indicates 203 2, 183 | the aforesaid office of government in direct ~opposition to 204 2, 183 | otherwise fitted for ~the government of the Church, we must look 205 2, 183 | It is otherwise ~in the government of the natural order, where 206 2, 187 | he should renounce the government of his see and pay his vows 207 3, 1 | so long, and transfer the government of the whole world to so ~ 208 3, 8 | passage in regard to ~exterior government; as a king is said to be 209 3, 8 | fall under the rule and government of the devil, and therefore 210 3, 10 | the care of the world's government, ~neither did Ne narrow 211 3, 39 | old when he undertook the government of ~Egypt. In like manner 212 3, 80 | water; it belongs to our government ~to judge of public crimes 213 3, 80 | was about to entrust the government of the churches."~Aquin.: 214 Suppl, 19| of public life when the government comes into the hands of 215 Suppl, 26| to the same person as the government of the Church. Now this 216 Suppl, 37| alone governs is a better government of the ~common weal than 217 Suppl, 37| different ~offices. But the government of the Church should be 218 Suppl, 37| the ~aristocratic form of government, on the contrary, the fulness 219 Suppl, 47| compelled to accept the government of a church, the Church 220 Suppl, 85| also as ~adapted to the government of the universe. Hence one


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