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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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    Part, Question
1 1, 1 | proceeds from principles established by geometry, and music from ~ 2 1, 1 | and music from ~principles established by arithmetic. So it is 3 1, 1 | proceeds from principles established by the light of ~a higher 4 1, 1 | mathematician, so sacred science is established on principles revealed by ~ 5 1, 10 | Body Para. 3/3~This being established, we must observe that a 6 1, 30 | divine nature. ~It was also established (Q[28], A[1]) that there 7 1, 32 | as confirming an already established principle, by ~showing the 8 1, 32 | epicycles is considered as established, because thereby ~the sensible 9 1, 56 | knew ~himself when he was established, that is, enlightened by 10 1, 57 | 1/2~I answer that, The established order of things is for the 11 1, 62 | 1~On the contrary, To be established or confirmed in good is 12 1, 62 | the order of His ~wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic 13 1, 63 | without heeding the order established by the Church. Such a sin ~ 14 1, 63 | liberty of free-will is more established; which in every degree ~ 15 1, 76 | form, by which the body is established in its being as movable 16 1, 57 | knew ~himself when he was established, that is, enlightened by 17 1, 58 | 1/2~I answer that, The established order of things is for the 18 1, 63 | 1~On the contrary, To be established or confirmed in good is 19 1, 63 | the order of His ~wisdom, established various degrees in the angelic 20 1, 64 | without heeding the order established by the Church. Such a sin ~ 21 1, 64 | liberty of free-will is more established; which in every degree ~ 22 1, 75 | form, by which the body is established in its being as movable 23 1, 78 | individuals might be naturally established in their ~proper genera 24 1, 83 | to the body, as we have established above (Q[76]~, A[1]): for 25 1, 91 | on which the Church was ~established.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 26 1, 93 | But the ~first man, "while established in paradise, led a life 27 1, 93 | His Essence are so firmly established ~in the love of God, that 28 1, 93 | generation, so also ~was his soul established in a perfect state to instruct 29 1, 93 | and so the first ~man was established by God in such a manner 30 1, 97 | man, by his ~nature, is established, as it were, midway between 31 1, 97 | multiplication of the human ~race, He established the begetting of offspring 32 1, 98 | the manner in which it was established by God. But ~established 33 1, 98 | established by God. But ~established male and female in human 34 1, 100 | parent, so far as he was established as the father and ~instructor 35 1, 101 | spiritual nature should be established above ~the entire corporeal 36 1, 103 | the creation ~itself He established an order among things, so 37 1, 104 | do anything outside the established order of nature?~Aquin.: 38 1, 104 | do anything outside the established ~order of nature. For Augustine ( 39 1, 104 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, God established the order of nature. Therefore 40 1, 105 | So the more an agent is ~established in the share of the Divine 41 2, 1 | of matter and ~form are established in their respective species 42 2, 3 | showing by what man is established in this ~state, and that 43 2, 5 | nature. But when God first established nature, ~He produced creatures 44 2, 31 | that when these latter are established in the state becoming ~their 45 2, 31 | therefore when a thing is ~established in its proper connatural 46 2, 31 | Further, the fact of being established in one's own nature, if ~ 47 2, 31 | natural to every thing to be ~established in its nature; because natural 48 2, 34 | pleasure is due to its being established in its own nature, ~as stated 49 2, 60 | the order of reason is ~established, as we have stated (A[2]), 50 2, 63 | rule the ~aforesaid good is established. On the other hand, virtue 51 2, 64 | wherein the right has to be ~established simply and absolutely, as 52 2, 64 | wherein the ~right cannot be established in the same way, since men 53 2, 64 | rectitude of reason has ~to be established in the passions, with due 54 2, 79 | made by God alone, as was established in the FP, Q[44], ~A[1], 55 2, 90 | dist. 4, that "laws ~are established when they are promulgated."~ 56 2, 94 | Further, that which is established by law is made just. But 57 2, 95 | Therefore that which is established by human law does not belong 58 2, 96 | many actions; nor ~is it established to endure for only a short 59 2, 96 | besieged city it be an ~established law that the gates of the 60 2, 97 | and also something can be established which ~obtains force of 61 2, 97 | human laws. For the law is established for the "common weal," as 62 2, 101 | above (Q[99], A[3]), when we established the ~distinction between 63 2, 102 | necessary. The first was to be ~established in the state of worshipping 64 2, 103 | judicial ~precepts, not indeed established by Divine authority, but 65 2, 103 | because they were not as yet established by legislation.~Aquin.: 66 2, 103 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: They also established certain sacred things, because 67 2, 103 | sacrament of circumcision was established by command of ~God before 68 2, 104 | 2: The judicial precepts established by men retain their ~binding 69 2, 105 | appointed the king, He ~established a tyrannical law; for it 70 2, 105 | which the constitutions ~are established. For whereas these differ 71 2, 105 | was the form of government established by the Divine Law. For Moses ~ 72 2, 105 | man and ~another. For it established judges, as is clearly indicated 73 2, 108 | Nor must we wonder if He established certain fixed modes of life, ~ 74 2, 112 | justice which He ~Himself established. Or if it refers to the 75 2, 10 | faithful as ~of a thing to be established for the first time. This 76 2, 16 | thereby man begins to be established and ~perfected in faith.~ 77 2, 29 | order of nature, which is ~established by Divine wisdom. Now the 78 2, 43 | things in which peace is ~established, for "peace is the tranquillity 79 2, 48 | accordance with nature, ~and are established by the Divine Reason. Now 80 2, 55 | and partly legal," i.e. established by law.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 81 2, 57 | temperance is not something established ~externally, as is the object 82 2, 58 | them, when once ~they are established and passed, the judges may 83 2, 58 | too laws that are ~rightly established, fail in some cases, when 84 2, 64 | according to the natural order ~established by Divine Providence, inferior 85 2, 66 | it ~has with reason been established that the accusation, as 86 2, 68 | prosecutor, ~it is reasonably established both by Divine and by human 87 2, 75 | and selling seem to be established for the common advantage 88 2, 75 | i, 3). Now whatever is ~established for the common advantage, 89 2, 75 | disregard such measures as are ~established by public authority or custom.~ 90 2, 76 | usufruct ~to such things, but established a quasi-usufruct," namely 91 2, 77 | preserve that which it has established. Now a person ~establishes 92 2, 77 | he preserves the already established equality of ~justice by 93 2, 77 | to ~disturb the equality established is another.~Aquin.: SMT 94 2, 79 | natural reason, ~but is established by Divine or human law.~ 95 2, 81 | since they are already established in the term. Neither ~therefore 96 2, 83 | determination of sacrifices is ~established by God or by man, and this 97 2, 85 | since all institutions established among this ~people for the 98 2, 85 | authority of the Church has ~established the payment of tithe; thus 99 2, 87 | to swear] because it is established as though it were ~a principle 100 2, 89 | contrary, Blessed Ambrose established singing in the Church of ~ 101 2, 91 | God contrary to the manner established by the ~Church or divine 102 2, 102 | in virtue ~of a divinely established authority. Now to move by 103 2, 102 | in virtue of the divinely established natural ~order the lower 104 2, 102 | accordance with the ~divinely established order of things, as shown 105 2, 118 | when once they are made and established, the judge must ~pronounce 106 2, 118 | which is just as by law established. Nor is it opposed to ~severity, 107 2, 118 | is beside that which is established ~by law. Therefore it seems 108 2, 120 | is the first thing to be established; thus in the generation ~ 109 2, 120 | be given whereby man is established in ~true religion. Now it 110 2, 128 | opposition to the order established in ~general throughout natural 111 2, 128 | vicious and sinful. Now it is ~established throughout all natural things, 112 2, 130 | nothing new, for it is an established custom among men. Therefore ~ 113 2, 145 | precept of positive law established by ecclesiastical ~authority: 114 2, 149 | requirements of the order established by God, this may be called 115 2, 152 | firm than any ~subsequently established order.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 116 2, 160 | the Divine rule, which has established order among men, ~so that 117 2, 161 | according to his measure as established by ~the Divine rule. Hence 118 2, 161 | our ~first parents were established on the highest and perfect 119 2, 167 | under the restraint of established morality, it displays its 120 2, 181 | from one that ~is firmly established; and this is something pertaining 121 2, 186 | a religious order can be established for the works of the ~active 122 2, 186 | a religious order can be established for preaching and the ~exercise 123 2, 186 | a religious order can be established for the study of ~science?~( 124 2, 186 | religious order should be established for the works of the ~active 125 2, 186 | religious order should be established for ~the works of the active 126 2, 186 | religious order should be established for the works of the active 127 2, 186 | Now the monastic rule was ~established for the purpose of the contemplative 128 2, 186 | no religious order can be established for ~soldiering.~Aquin.: 129 2, 186 | a religious order to be established for soldiering. ~Aquin.: 130 2, 186 | any religious order to be established for soldiering.~Aquin.: 131 2, 186 | no religious order may be established for an unjust ~object. But 132 2, 186 | no religious order may be established for this purpose.~Aquin.: 133 2, 186 | Now ~religious orders are established in order that men may please 134 2, 186 | religious order may be ~established not only for the works of 135 2, 186 | religious order may be fittingly established for soldiering, not ~indeed 136 2, 186 | a religious order can be established for preaching or hearing ~ 137 2, 186 | no religious order may be established for ~preaching, or hearing 138 2, 186 | religious order should not be established for this purpose.~Aquin.: 139 2, 186 | which a religious order is established ~would seem to be something 140 2, 186 | religious order should not be established for the ~purpose of such 141 2, 186 | a religious order to be established for the ~purpose of the 142 2, 186 | committed to a religious order established for that purpose, ~it follows 143 2, 186 | religious order should not be established for the exercise of these ~ 144 2, 186 | religious order should be established for the purpose of preaching 145 2, 186 | religious order may be ~established for the care of the sick, 146 2, 186 | sick, so also may one be established for ~teaching the people 147 2, 186 | a religious ~order to be established for the works of the active 148 2, 186 | a religious order to be ~established for preaching and similar 149 2, 186 | Some religious orders are established for soldiering, to ~wage 150 2, 186 | certain religious orders ~are established for preaching and hearing 151 2, 186 | religious order should be established for the purpose of study?~ 152 2, 186 | religious order should not be established ~for the purpose of study. 153 2, 186 | religious order should be established for the purpose of study.~ 154 2, 186 | that a religious ~order be established for the study of letters.~ 155 2, 186 | religious orders that are established for the purpose ~of military 156 2, 186 | manifest that a religious order established for the purpose of ~contemplating 157 2, 186 | things than ~one that is established for contemplation only. 158 3, 1 | from the Creator has been established by God's wisdom, and is 159 3, 1 | the evil of punishment was established by God's justice for God' 160 3, 1 | having assumed human nature, established and founded faith." ~Secondly, 161 3, 3 | therefore as ~creatures are established in their proper species, 162 3, 9 | beatitude, whereby His soul was established in the last ~end of human 163 3, 12 | itself altered. Now Christ is established by God the Head of the ~ 164 3, 22 | ecclesiastical unity, which is established by our taking part in ~the 165 3, 26 | men and akin to God, than established between them?" ~Dionysius, 166 3, 26 | order of nature, they are established below God and above man. ~ 167 3, 26 | it resulted that He was established over all men, and approached ~ 168 3, 30 | be maintained the order established by God, by ~which Divine 169 3, 31 | 2, Adam, through ~being established as a kind of principle of 170 3, 44 | bodies, which have been established by God alone ~in an unchangeable 171 3, 53 | if they were ~already established in that incorruption of 172 3, 55 | Hier. iv), the divinely established law of such ~things is that 173 3, 55 | God]." Now ~the divinely established order is this, that things 174 3, 56 | will." Now the divinely established natural order is that every 175 3, 57 | hours, during forty days He established the fact of His being ~alive 176 3, 57 | nature. Thirdly, that being established in His heavenly ~seat as 177 3, 59 | dignity. Now Christ, although established king by God, did not wish ~ 178 3, 64 | from God alone, as we have ~established in the FS, Q[112], A[1]; 179 3, 70 | A[2]), circumcision was established, as ~a sign of faith, by 180 3, 75 | therefore that ~against the established law and order a man is born 181 3, 75 | and from the laws here established."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[75] A[ 182 3, 77 | contrary to the order which God established in nature; and ~furthermore 183 3, 80 | ought to be first of all established in our hearts, ~according 184 3, 83 | Jewish people, but was to be established throughout ~the whole world, 185 3, 85 | is the equality that is established ~between those between whom 186 3, 85 | perfect equality cannot be established, on account of the ~excellence 187 Suppl, 34| lacking to the Church, He established Order in ~her so that some 188 Suppl, 44| traders or ~soldiers, are established by human law alone.~Aquin.: 189 Suppl, 50| law whereby marriage is established. Now ~marriage as fulfilling 190 Suppl, 50| fulfilling an office of nature is established by the natural ~law; as 191 Suppl, 66| Hence what is reasonably ~established for all, in consideration 192 Suppl, 67| nature when it was ~well established in its beginning belong 193 Suppl, 71| altar." This custom was ~established by the apostles themselves 194 Suppl, 72| Eccl. Hier. v) the order ~established by God among things is that " 195 Suppl, 73| the ~order which He has established in things, the movement 196 Suppl, 74| be contrary to the order ~established in things by Divine providence 197 Suppl, 76| united to a body already established ~in the genus of substance, 198 Suppl, 76| respect of their being ~established in the genus of substance 199 Suppl, 77| part of the body will be established ~in its form, so that one 200 Suppl, 81| xii) that the soul being ~established in God will in consequence 201 Suppl, 81| Now the soul ~will be so established in God, that in no way will 202 Suppl, 81| stability of the ~soul that is established in God, since it does not 203 Suppl, 88| when things were first ~established, the mode imposed upon them 204 Suppl, 93| sake shown to be firmly ~established in Christ, and consequently


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