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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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community

    Part, Question
1 1, 13 | excellently. Now this ~mode of community of idea is a mean between 2 1, 30 | signify in God?~(4) The community of the term "person."~Aquin.: 3 1, 30 | clear that this is not community of a real thing, as if one 4 1, 30 | What is meant by such a community has been variously determined 5 1, 30 | subject. Some have called it a community of ~exclusion, forasmuch 6 1, 30 | Others thought it to be a community of intention, as ~the definition 7 1, 30 | person" is common by a ~community of idea, not as genus or 8 1, 30 | argument is founded on a real community.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[30] A[ 9 1, 30 | Reply OBJ 3: Although this community is logical and not real, 10 1, 30 | in human affairs is the community of ~person the same as community 11 1, 30 | community of ~person the same as community of genus or species; and 12 1, 39 | division, or from union or from community of possession, but ~from 13 1, 39 | distinct subject. ~The unity or community of the human nature, however, 14 1, 41 | Begotten and Begetter by a community of identity, and not only ~ 15 1, 39 | division, or from union or from community of possession, but ~from 16 1, 39 | distinct subject. ~The unity or community of the human nature, however, 17 1, 41 | Begotten and Begetter by a community of identity, and not only ~ 18 1, 97 | of masters, inasmuch as community of ~possession is a source 19 1, 104 | that presides over the ~community belongs the directing of 20 1, 112 | inasmuch ~as a man is part of a community, and thus one man is appointed 21 1, 112 | as ~guardian of a whole community; to whom it belongs to provide 22 1, 112 | his relation to the whole community, such as external ~works, 23 2, 21 | as this ~too affects the community, forasmuch as he is a part 24 2, 21 | evil of another, i.e. the community.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 25 2, 21 | belongs to another, i.e. the community, of which he forms part, 26 2, 21 | he is bound to serve the community.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[21] A[ 27 2, 21 | action, redounds to the community, as stated above.~Aquin.: 28 2, 21 | himself, or by reason of the community: and in each way, our actions, ~ 29 2, 21 | On the part of the whole ~community of the universe, because 30 2, 21 | universe, because in every community, he who governs the ~community, 31 2, 21 | community, he who governs the ~community, cares, first of all, for 32 2, 21 | done well or ill in ~the community. Now God is the governor 33 2, 46 | entire class, or a whole community: for instance, when the 34 2, 61 | well not only towards the community, but also towards the parts 35 2, 61 | towards the parts of the ~community, viz. towards the household, 36 2, 66 | pertaining to the life of ~the community. Yet it is evident that 37 2, 81 | all who are members of one community are reputed as one ~body, 38 2, 81 | one ~body, and the whole community as one man. Indeed Porphyry 39 2, 90 | is a part of the perfect ~community, the law must needs regard 40 2, 90 | since the state is a perfect community, as he says in Polit. i, ~ 41 2, 90 | and the state is a perfect community, according to ~Polit. i, 42 2, 90 | state, which is a perfect community. ~Consequently he that governs 43 2, 90 | him who has care of the community, and promulgated.~Aquin.: 44 2, 91 | ruler ~who governs a perfect community. Now it is evident, granted 45 2, 91 | AA[1],2, that the whole community of the universe is governed 46 2, 92 | in things regarding the community, ~who behave ill in things 47 2, 92 | enough for the good of ~the community, that the other citizens 48 2, 95 | that one ~who governs the community of the state, as shown above ( 49 2, 96 | should be framed for the community?~(2) Whether human law should 50 2, 96 | should be framed for the community rather than for the ~individual?~ 51 2, 96 | should be framed not for the ~community, but rather for the individual. 52 2, 96 | framed not only for the ~community, but also for the individual.~ 53 2, 96 | should be framed, not for the community, but rather for the ~individual.~ 54 2, 96 | as to times. Because the community of the state is ~composed 55 2, 96 | Some things affect the community in one respect, and individuals 56 2, 96 | one man is a part of the community, ~each man in all that he 57 2, 96 | and has, belongs to the community; just as a ~part, in all 58 2, 96 | imposed unequally on the ~community, although with a view to 59 2, 97 | something useful for ~the human community, not being able by themselves 60 2, 97 | business it is to govern the community; wherefore private individuals ~ 61 2, 97 | Therefore the rulers of a community ~cannot grant such dispensations, 62 2, 97 | measure. ~Accordingly in every community a man is said to dispense, 63 2, 97 | he who ~is placed over a community is empowered to dispense 64 2, 100 | to the various kinds of community: hence the ~Philosopher ( 65 2, 100 | ordained for one kind of community, and the Divine law for ~ 66 2, 100 | is ordained for the civil community, ~implying mutual duties 67 2, 100 | consists in directing the human community. Wherefore ~human law makes 68 2, 100 | Body Para. 2/2~But the community for which the Divine law 69 2, 100 | the different kinds of community.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[100] A[ 70 2, 100 | his relations to the human community, so the precepts of ~the 71 2, 100 | man in his relations to a community or commonwealth ~of men 72 2, 100 | man may dwell aright in a ~community, two things are required: 73 2, 100 | well to ~the head of the community; the other is that he behave 74 2, 100 | fellows and partners in the community. It is therefore necessary ~ 75 2, 100 | things to the head of the community: first, fidelity; ~secondly, 76 2, 100 | For instance, if in ~some community a law were enacted, such 77 2, 102 | offered ~either for the whole community in general, or also for 78 2, 104 | whatever matters concern the ~community at large and the government 79 2, 105 | consent to the law and by ~community of welfare." Consequently 80 2, 24 | bestows a favor on a whole community: and ~the fulfilment of 81 2, 37 | the mere disunion of the community, whereas ~a heretic is one 82 2, 41 | prelates, and ~the goods of the community are entrusted to all such 83 2, 48 | himself but also the perfect community ~of a city or kingdom; because 84 2, 55 | agreement, as when the whole community agrees that something ~should 85 2, 55 | immediate relation to the community of the household, as ~stated 86 2, 55 | immediate relation to the community of the state and to ~its 87 2, 56 | far as a man who serves a community, serves ~all those who are 88 2, 56 | who are included in that community. Accordingly justice in 89 2, 56 | all who are included in a community, stand in relation ~to that 90 2, 56 | stand in relation ~to that community as parts to a whole; while 91 2, 56 | public stands the ~household community. Consequently, if in addition 92 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 3: The household community, according to the Philosopher ~( 93 2, 56 | individual member of a ~community, just as the good of the 94 2, 58 | those who are subject to the community. Wherefore even as it ~would 95 2, 59 | many, if the ~goods of the community are distributed among many, 96 2, 59 | because the goods ~of the community would be exhausted, and 97 2, 59 | something ~which belonged to the community. Therefore this does not 98 2, 59 | Now matters regarding the community pertain to legal justice. ~ 99 2, 59 | who is compared to the community as a ~part to the whole. 100 2, 59 | that which belongs to the community in relation to each single 101 2, 59 | that ~when the goods of the community are distributed among a 102 2, 59 | distributing the goods of the community, belongs ~to none but those 103 2, 59 | prominent position in the ~community. This prominence in an aristocratic 104 2, 59 | prominence in an aristocratic community is gauged ~according to 105 2, 59 | according to various forms of ~community. Hence in distributive justice 106 2, 59 | among the members of the community" (Ethic. v, 2), which very 107 2, 59 | done for the good of the community; while in commutative ~justice 108 2, 59 | a man who has served the community is paid for his ~services, 109 2, 61 | and as representing ~the community over which they are placed, 110 2, 61 | place or represent the whole community: ~and in the same way parents 111 2, 61 | higher position in the community: but if they be honored 112 2, 62 | is compared ~to the whole community, as part to whole. Therefore 113 2, 62 | dangerous ~and infectious to the community, on account of some sin, 114 2, 62 | the welfare of the whole community, so ~that it belongs to 115 2, 62 | alone who has charge of the community's welfare. ~Thus it belongs 116 2, 62 | every man is part of the community, and so, as ~such, he belongs 117 2, 62 | such, he belongs to the community. Hence by killing himself 118 2, 62 | himself he injures ~the community, as the Philosopher declares ( 119 2, 62 | oneself. In relation to the community and to God, it is sinful, 120 2, 62 | are the chief part of ~the community. Therefore it is in no way 121 2, 62 | because he deprives the community of a greater good: fourthly, 122 2, 63 | end to the whole of the community of which he ~is a part, 123 2, 63 | directed to the good of the community, in so ~far as it is applied 124 2, 63 | involve an injury to the community, to ~whom the man and all 125 2, 63 | just as a city is a perfect community, so the governor of a city 126 2, 63 | household, which is an imperfect community, ~have imperfect coercive 127 2, 63 | the injury of the whole ~community, as stated above (FS, Q[ 128 2, 64 | property is contrary to this community of goods. Therefore it is 129 2, 64 | oneself what belongs to the community.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[66] A[ 130 2, 64 | that which ~concerns the community, as happens where there 131 2, 64 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Community of goods is ascribed to 132 2, 65 | inflict an injury on the community, for whose good it behooves ~ 133 2, 66 | spiritual corruption ~of the community. If, however, the sin be 134 2, 66 | not such as to affect the ~community, or if he cannot offer sufficient 135 2, 66 | revealed for the good of the ~community, which should always be 136 2, 68 | corporal ~corruption of the community, or to some grave personal 137 2, 77 | good in relation to the community or in relation ~to God, 138 2, 78 | commutations ~relating to the community." As regards things which 139 2, 86 | to the good of ~the whole community, for instance, in the case 140 2, 101 | him is paid to the whole community over which he presides. 141 2, 132 | even the affairs of the community at large. ~Wherefore the 142 2, 145 | salutary sacraments whereby the community of the ~Christian people, 143 2, 162 | begetting of children, and community of ~works pertaining to 144 2, 185 | Christ, have a claim on the community and on ~brotherly love to 145 2, 186 | life of those who live in community?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[188] A[ 146 2, 186 | it is evident that the community of the essential vows is 147 2, 186 | way to each ~member of the community; wherefore Jerome (Ep. lx 148 2, 186 | individual members of a community wax proud and wanton. But 149 2, 186 | life of those who live in community is more perfect ~than that 150 2, 186 | life of those who live in ~community is more perfect than that 151 2, 186 | life of those who live in community would seem to ~be more perfect.~ 152 2, 186 | seem better to live in community than in solitude.~Aquin.: 153 2, 186 | instructing one who lives in community, he says: "You may not do ~ 154 2, 186 | life of those who live in community is more perfect than that ~ 155 2, 186 | more perfect than to lead a community ~life.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 156 2, 186 | practiced, surpasses the community life. But if it be undertaken 157 2, 187 | namely of those who lived in community, because the ~hermetical 158 3, 4 | by a generic or specific community, such as is attributed to 159 3, 4 | the individuals, but by a community of cause, whereby the ~incarnate 160 3, 65 | in regard to the ~whole community of the society in which 161 3, 65 | 6~In regard to the whole community, man is perfected in two 162 3, 65 | receiving power to rule the community and to exercise public acts: 163 3, 65 | against ~divisions in the community; Matrimony, as a remedy 164 3, 80 | in the presence of the community; and so, when the Mass ~ 165 Suppl, 3 | whole; thus he who loves a community, virtually loves each one 166 Suppl, 22| individual members of a ~community can be excommunicated, but 167 Suppl, 22| excommunicated, but not the community itself. And ~although sometimes 168 Suppl, 22| is not probable ~that a community would so wholly consent 169 Suppl, 22| prudently decided that a community should ~not be excommunicated, 170 Suppl, 38| 1~OBJ 3: Further, in no community can one who is expelled 171 Suppl, 38| dispose of the offices of the community. Now Orders are offices 172 Suppl, 40| which one congregation or community includes ~another; thus 173 Suppl, 40| includes ~another; thus the community of a province includes the 174 Suppl, 40| a province includes the community of a ~city, and the community 175 Suppl, 40| community of a ~city, and the community of a kingdom includes the 176 Suppl, 40| of a kingdom includes the community of one ~province, and the 177 Suppl, 40| of one ~province, and the community of the whole world includes 178 Suppl, 40| whole world includes the community of ~one kingdom.~Aquin.: 179 Suppl, 41| for the ~perfection of the community; and since there are many 180 Suppl, 41| are necessary to the human community; but ~the inclination of 181 Suppl, 41| perfection ~of the human community requires that some should 182 Suppl, 44| fellowship of a common life and a community regulated ~by Divine and 183 Suppl, 44| matters. And since every ~community is regulated by some law, 184 Suppl, 44| according to which this ~community is directed, namely Divine 185 Suppl, 55| secondly on account of the community of ~works: the former of 186 Suppl, 60| There are two kinds of community: the household, such as 187 Suppl, 60| a ~family; and the civil community, such as a city or kingdom. 188 Suppl, 60| over the latter kind of community, a king for instance, ~can 189 Suppl, 60| for ~the betterment of the community with whose care he is charged. 190 Suppl, 60| he who ~presides over a community of the first kind, can inflict 191 Suppl, 64| children, as well as to the ~community of life. Now leprosy is 192 Suppl, 65| has, ~among men alone, the community of works that are a necessity 193 Suppl, 65| management ~of the household and community of works, the wife is united 194 Suppl, 71| another, unless there ~be some community of life between them. Now 195 Suppl, 71| between them. Now there is no community between ~the dead and the 196 Suppl, 80| spirit, since there is no community of matter between them: 197 Suppl, 85| judgment is pronounced on the community of which ~he is a part.


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