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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 14 | said in De Anima ii ~that plants do not know, because they 2 1, 18 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, plants are said to live, inasmuch 3 1, 18 | of ~life is heard in the plants," whereby it is inferred 4 1, 18 | inanimate bodies are inferior to plants. ~Therefore they have not 5 1, 18 | then they are at rest. Plants ~and other living things 6 1, 18 | nature. Of this kind are ~plants, which move themselves according 7 1, 18 | hardly exceeds that of ~plants. Whereas such as have the 8 1, 31 | in a garden, though many plants and animals are with him 9 1, 47 | than ~the elements, and plants than minerals, and animals 10 1, 47 | minerals, and animals than plants, and men ~than other animals; 11 1, 59 | inclination, without knowledge, as plants and inanimate ~bodies. Such 12 1, 62 | viii, 3), the growing of plants from the earth did not take 13 1, 62 | germinating power of the plants ~was bestowed upon the earth. 14 1, 66 | being adorned by herbs and plants, for which reason it is 15 1, 69 | About the production of plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 16 1, 69 | towards an end, namely, that plants and animals might ~be on 17 1, 69 | fitting that the production of plants should take place on ~the 18 1, 69 | that the production of ~plants should take place on the 19 1, 69 | place on the third day. For plants have life, as ~animals have. 20 1, 69 | Therefore the production of plants, as ~also belonging to the 21 1, 69 | the production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. 22 1, 69 | Therefore the production of plants in general ~should not have 23 1, 69 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the 24 1, 69 | the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, ought not to 25 1, 69 | comeliness which it owes to the plants that clothe it, as it were, 26 1, 69 | concerning the production of ~plants, Augustine's opinion differs 27 1, 69 | text, ~consider that the plants were produced in act in 28 1, 69 | said to have then produced plants and trees in their causes, ~ 29 1, 69 | Therefore, the production of plants in their ~causes, within 30 1, 69 | Now the ~production of plants from out the earth is a 31 1, 69 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Life in plants is hidden, since they lack 32 1, 69 | produced unfruitful and noxious plants. Hence it is said: "Shall 33 1, 70 | fixed in the firmament, as plants are ~fixed in the earth. 34 1, 70 | in the ~firmament." But plants are described as produced 35 1, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, plants are an effect of the sun, 36 1, 70 | earth has of ~producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does 37 1, 70 | existing, as animals and plants were ~formed. For those, 38 1, 70 | Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), plants were ~recorded as produced 39 1, 70 | bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate primarily from 40 1, 70 | full perfection as were plants yielding seed, as also were ~ 41 1, 70 | stars are nobler bodies than plants or animals, and ~must therefore 42 1, 70 | beings in the same sense as plants and animals, and that if ~ 43 1, 71 | about the production of plants. For while others say that 44 1, 72 | in Hexaem.). The life ~of plants, for instance, is very imperfect 45 1, 72 | In other animals, and in plants, mention is made of genus ~ 46 1, 72 | him. Again, animals and plants may ~be said to be produced 47 1, 72 | begetting children. As to plants, since they experience neither 48 1, 72 | inanimate ~things, or of plants, may have been generated 49 1, 74 | some writers hold that plants and animals were produced ~ 50 1, 74 | of the ~world animals and plants did not exist actually. 51 1, 76 | animals more perfect ~than plants, and man than brute animals; 52 1, 76 | to the nutritive souls of plants. Therefore, ~as a surface 53 1, 76 | of the nutritive soul in plants, and universally of all 54 1, 76 | greater variety than in plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 55 1, 48 | than ~the elements, and plants than minerals, and animals 56 1, 48 | minerals, and animals than plants, and men ~than other animals; 57 1, 60 | inclination, without knowledge, as plants and inanimate ~bodies. Such 58 1, 63 | viii, 3), the growing of plants from the earth did not take 59 1, 63 | germinating power of the plants ~was bestowed upon the earth. 60 1, 67 | being adorned by herbs and plants, for which reason it is 61 1, 70 | About the production of plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[69] A[ 62 1, 70 | towards an end, namely, that plants and animals might ~be on 63 1, 70 | fitting that the production of plants should take place on ~the 64 1, 70 | that the production of ~plants should take place on the 65 1, 70 | place on the third day. For plants have life, as ~animals have. 66 1, 70 | Therefore the production of plants, as ~also belonging to the 67 1, 70 | the production of certain plants ~the earth was accursed. 68 1, 70 | Therefore the production of plants in general ~should not have 69 1, 70 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, as plants are firmly fixed to the 70 1, 70 | the work of ~formation. Plants, therefore, ought not to 71 1, 70 | comeliness which it owes to the plants that clothe it, as it were, 72 1, 70 | concerning the production of ~plants, Augustine's opinion differs 73 1, 70 | text, ~consider that the plants were produced in act in 74 1, 70 | said to have then produced plants and trees in their causes, ~ 75 1, 70 | Therefore, the production of plants in their ~causes, within 76 1, 70 | Now the ~production of plants from out the earth is a 77 1, 70 | 1 ~Reply OBJ 1: Life in plants is hidden, since they lack 78 1, 70 | produced unfruitful and noxious plants. Hence it is said: "Shall 79 1, 71 | fixed in the firmament, as plants are ~fixed in the earth. 80 1, 71 | in the ~firmament." But plants are described as produced 81 1, 71 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, plants are an effect of the sun, 82 1, 71 | earth has of ~producing plants. Wherefore Scripture does 83 1, 71 | existing, as animals and plants were ~formed. For those, 84 1, 71 | Basil (Hom. v in Hexaem.), plants were ~recorded as produced 85 1, 71 | bodies to be gods, hold that plants ~originate primarily from 86 1, 71 | full perfection as were plants yielding seed, as also were ~ 87 1, 71 | stars are nobler bodies than plants or animals, and ~must therefore 88 1, 71 | beings in the same sense as plants and animals, and that if ~ 89 1, 71 | about the production of plants. For while others say that 90 1, 71 | in Hexaem.). The life ~of plants, for instance, is very imperfect 91 1, 71 | In other animals, and in plants, mention is made of genus ~ 92 1, 71 | him. Again, animals and plants may ~be said to be produced 93 1, 71 | begetting children. As to plants, since they experience neither 94 1, 71 | inanimate ~things, or of plants, may have been generated 95 1, 73 | some writers hold that plants and animals were produced ~ 96 1, 73 | of the ~world animals and plants did not exist actually. 97 1, 75 | animals more perfect ~than plants, and man than brute animals; 98 1, 75 | to the nutritive souls of plants. Therefore, ~as a surface 99 1, 75 | of the nutritive soul in plants, and universally of all 100 1, 75 | greater variety than in plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[76] A[ 101 1, 77 | vegetative power, as the plants. There are others in which 102 1, 83 | knowledge whatever - such as plants, as the Philosopher says ( 103 1, 90 | man is more distant from plants than he is from the ~brutes. 104 1, 90 | is from the ~brutes. But plants are erect in stature, while 105 1, 90 | stature, man is far above plants. For ~man's superior part, 106 1, 90 | situation of his ~body. Plants have the superior part turned 107 1, 91 | specific agent, such as some ~plants and animals by the influence 108 1, 91 | power together; as we see in plants which are generated from ~ 109 1, 91 | noblest vital function in plants is generation. Wherefore ~ 110 1, 91 | and female are one, as in plants they are always united; 111 1, 92 | animals in one way, and plants in ~another. Wherefore it 112 1, 95 | of the ~perfect; as the plants make use of the earth for 113 1, 95 | and ~animals make use of plants, and man makes use of both 114 1, 95 | and man makes use of both plants and animals. ~Therefore 115 1, 95 | of the soul existing in plants are ~nutritive, augmentative, 116 1, 95 | man had no dominion over plants.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 117 1, 95 | which ~liken him to the plants; and "the body itself," 118 1, 95 | innocence man's mastership over plants and ~inanimate things consisted 119 1, 96 | caused by the forces of plants and other natural ~agencies 120 1, 101 | lit. v, 5, viii, 3), the ~plants were not actually produced 121 1, 101 | work of the six days, the plants, both of ~paradise and others, 122 1, 101 | ought to say that all the plants were actually produced on ~ 123 1, 101 | decked with ever-flowering plants." Whence it ~is clear that 124 1, 104 | produced by putrefaction, and plants, and minerals are like the 125 1, 107 | inferior bodies ~in another, plants in another, and animals 126 1, 107 | animals are near to the plants. Now the first ~order is 127 1, 109 | animals, and trees, and plants, and over the increase of 128 1, 109 | over animals than over ~plants; because each angel, even 129 1, 114 | produced from ~animals and plants. And these again are compared 130 1, 118 | differ from animals and plants in ~regard to the vegetative 131 1, 118 | the bodies of animals ~and plants do not increase through 132 1, 118 | begetter in animals ~and plants, inasmuch as the semen owes 133 2, 41 | movement of animals and plants. Secondly, a movement is ~ 134 2, 102 | between clean and unclean ~plants. Much less therefore should 135 2, 102 | about ~the cultivation of plants. Therefore it was unfittingly 136 2, 102 | 2: Men were wont to eat plants and other products of the 137 2, 110 | of dumb animals, and of plants. ~Consequently it does not 138 2, 2 | knowing singulars," as plants and animals; whereas the ~ 139 2, 23 | increase in animals and plants is not a ~continuous movement, 140 2, 24 | and animals that walk, and plants, out ~of the earth. Therefore 141 2, 53 | watches over animals and plants without the assistance of 142 2, 62 | kill dumb animals or even plants?(2) Whether ~it is lawful 143 2, 62 | common to all animals and plants. Hence for the same reason 144 2, 62 | to slay dumb animals and plants.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[64] A[ 145 2, 62 | so ~too things, like the plants, which merely have life, 146 2, 62 | not unlawful if man ~use plants for the good of animals, 147 2, 62 | the fact that ~animals use plants, and men use animals, for 148 2, 62 | both to ~take life from plants for the use of animals, 149 2, 62 | the life of animals and ~plants is preserved not for themselves 150 2, 62 | OBJ 2: Dumb animals and plants are devoid of the life of 151 2, 177 | inclined. Thus the life of plants is said to consist in nourishment ~ 152 3, 7 | but senseless animals or plants have not. Now in both ~these 153 3, 19 | as man communicates with plants by His nutritive soul, with ~ 154 3, 32 | female. For ~this reason in plants, where both forces are mingled, 155 3, 44 | animals are more noble than plants. But ~Christ worked a miracle 156 3, 44 | Christ worked a miracle on plants as when the fig-tree withered 157 3, 44 | any ~such like thing" on plants or brute animals, "ask not 158 3, 66 | all ~living things, viz. plants and animals are generated, 159 3, 66 | any liquid extracted from plants. It was pure ~water gushing 160 Suppl, 72| the "ninth" day all the ~plants will be bedewed as it were 161 Suppl, 88| Whether the animals and plants will remain?~Aquin.: SMT 162 Suppl, 88| human race is multiplied, plants and animals ~needful for 163 Suppl, 88| generation and corruption of ~plants. This is evident from its 164 Suppl, 88| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the plants and animals will remain 165 Suppl, 88| It would seem that the plants and animals will remain 166 Suppl, 88| adorned by the animals ~and plants [*Cf. Gn. 1:11,12,20,21, 167 Suppl, 88| man, so also did animals, ~plants and mineral bodies. But 168 Suppl, 88| Therefore both animals and plants and mineral bodies ~will 169 Suppl, 88| the species of animals, plants, and ~mineral bodies belong 170 Suppl, 88| we should assert that the plants and animals will remain.~ 171 Suppl, 88| 4: Further, animals and plants have a more noble form than 172 Suppl, 88| better. Therefore animals and plants should remain rather than 173 Suppl, 88| natural appetite animals and plants desire to ~be for ever, 174 Suppl, 88| 1/3~On the contrary, If plants and animals are to remain, 175 Suppl, 88| being done away. Therefore plants and ~animals will altogether 176 Suppl, 88| the species of ~animals, plants and such like corruptible 177 Suppl, 88| should cease. Now animals and plants were made for the upkeep 178 Suppl, 88| life ceases, animals and plants should cease. ~But after 179 Suppl, 88| man. Therefore neither ~plants nor animals ought to remain.~ 180 Suppl, 88| other ~hand, dumb animals, plants, and minerals, and all mixed 181 Suppl, 88| is no need for animals or plants to remain.~Aquin.: SMT XP 182 Suppl, 88| OBJ 2: Neither animals nor plants nor any other bodies merited ~ 183 Suppl, 88| adapted to be renewed. But ~plants and animals are not adapted 184 Suppl, 88| of a future renewal. Now plants and animals ~belong to its 185 Suppl, 88| 4: Although animals and plants as to certain other respects ~ 186 Suppl, 88| that is in animals and ~plants must be understood in reference 187 Suppl, 88| the first ~movable body, plants and animals cease as to


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