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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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conceived

    Part, Question
1 1, 2 | nothing greater can be ~conceived. But that which exists actually 2 1, 5 | in idea, which is first conceived by the intellect. Now the 3 1, 5 | intellect. Now the first ~thing conceived by the intellect is being; 4 1, 10 | if any other thing were conceived to exist for ever, as the ~ 5 1, 12 | images from ~those first conceived; thus the imagination from 6 1, 12 | seen by ~this likeness thus conceived, is not the same as that 7 1, 13 | cannot ~be; nor can it be conceived in idea. Hence no name signifying 8 1, 15 | house like to the form conceived in his mind. As then the 9 1, 19 | act what His intellect has conceived appertains to ~the will. 10 1, 19 | the form of the work is conceived, and ~will as commanding 11 1, 27 | likeness ~of the object conceived: - and exists in the same 12 1, 27 | yet, and I was ~already conceived; before the hills, I was 13 1, 27 | by the will unless it is conceived in the intellect. ~So as 14 1, 33 | creatures. For as the ~word conceived in the mind of the artist 15 1, 33 | in likeness ~to the word conceived in the artist's mind; so 16 1, 34 | forasmuch as the Word is conceived by the gaze of ~the divine 17 1, 34 | the ~habitude to the word conceived; for "to speak" is nothing 18 1, 34 | ordained ~from the word conceived of the divine wisdom; as 19 1, 34 | every creature. Now the word conceived in the mind is ~representative 20 1, 37 | call the Word "intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~ 21 1, 44 | the exemplar interiorily conceived in the mind. Now it is ~ 22 1, 45 | craftsman works through the word conceived in his mind, and through 23 1, 45 | is found in them the word conceived, and the ~love proceeding.~ 24 1, 46 | acting by will, what is conceived and preordained is to be 25 1, 57 | by speech, but even when conceived in thought, when the ~soul 26 1, 62 | different ~instants to be conceived, in one of which the angel 27 1, 66 | movement without time cannot be conceived, since time is nothing ~ 28 1, 37 | call the Word "intelligence conceived," or "wisdom begotten."~ 29 1, 45 | the exemplar interiorily conceived in the mind. Now it is ~ 30 1, 46 | craftsman works through the word conceived in his mind, and through 31 1, 46 | is found in them the word conceived, and the ~love proceeding.~ 32 1, 47 | acting by will, what is conceived and preordained is to be 33 1, 58 | by speech, but even when conceived in thought, when the ~soul 34 1, 63 | different ~instants to be conceived, in one of which the angel 35 1, 67 | movement without time cannot be conceived, since time is nothing ~ 36 1, 106 | as actually considered or conceived; thirdly, as related to ~ 37 1, 106 | manifestation of what is conceived by the mind, as depending 38 2, 18 | constituted by ~forms as conceived by the reason, as is evident 39 2, 50 | is under one accident, is conceived as the subject of a ~further 40 2, 82 | Ps. 1:7): "Behold I was conceived in iniquities, and in ~sins 41 2, 82 | the sin in which a man is conceived ~is original sin. Therefore 42 2, 93 | nothing else that something conceived by ~the mind, by which man 43 2, 93 | So then in God ~the Word conceived by the intellect of the 44 2, 103 | tense, ~and say that she "conceived and bore." In like manner 45 2, 114 | can make him clean that is conceived of unclean seed" (Job 14: 46 2, 2 | and again, that He was conceived by ~the Holy Ghost. Wherefore 47 2, 51 | the good purpose it has conceived; hence ~inconstancy, as 48 2, 156 | third degree is when the sin conceived inwardly ~breaks out into 49 2, 160 | for it begins by being conceived in thought, then is ~uttered 50 2, 162 | the Blessed Virgin, who "conceived without corruption, and 51 2, 169 | whether ~his thoughts are conceived of Divine instinct or of 52 2, 187 | mother," says: "First we are conceived in the womb of Mother ~Church, 53 3, 2 | just as the ~Platonists conceived of man without matter. But 54 3, 2 | birth, seeing that He was conceived by the Holy Ghost, so that 55 3, 5 | man because He was not ~conceived of human seed." And Hilary 56 3, 6 | before the flesh, which was conceived in the womb of ~the Virgin.~ 57 3, 6 | flesh ~of Christ was not conceived in the womb of the Virgin 58 3, 6 | would seem to ~have been conceived before being united to the 59 3, 6 | origin, inasmuch as we ~are conceived before being animated, and 60 3, 6 | nature, viz. that we are ~conceived from the seed of man, and 61 3, 6 | medium. For from the ~word conceived within, the breathing proceeds, 62 3, 14 | flesh of the Virgin was conceived in original sin, ~[*See 63 3, 14 | Christ, since His flesh was conceived of the ~Holy Ghost, Who 64 3, 15 | Mt. 1:20): "That which is conceived in ~her is of the Holy Ghost." 65 3, 15 | seem to be proper to flesh conceived in ~original sin, to be 66 3, 15 | flesh of ~Christ was not conceived in sin, but of the Holy 67 3, 15 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Flesh conceived in sin is subject to pain, 68 3, 26 | of the Blessed Virgin was conceived in original sin" (Q[14], 69 3, 27 | 1) As to the Mother who conceived Him; (2) as to the mode 70 3, 27 | perfection of the offspring conceived.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] Out. 71 3, 27 | spiritual: for she was first ~conceived in the flesh, and afterwards 72 3, 27 | place when the ~off-spring conceived is animated. Wherefore nothing 73 3, 27 | nothing hinders the offspring ~conceived from being sanctified after 74 3, 27 | rational soul, the offspring conceived ~is not liable to sin. And 75 3, 27 | original sin, since she was ~conceived by way of fleshly concupiscence 76 3, 27 | purifying her," before she conceived the ~Son of God. But this 77 3, 27 | fettered; and that, when she ~conceived the Son of God, it was entirely 78 3, 27 | to Christ. For since she ~conceived and brought forth Him who 79 3, 27 | grace afterwards when she ~conceived Christ; for to her was it 80 3, 28 | having father and mother is conceived by ~a virgin mother. But 81 3, 28 | Therefore Christ ~was not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: 82 3, 28 | seems that Christ's Mother conceived Him of the seed of ~Joseph; 83 3, 28 | Therefore Christ was not conceived ~by a virgin mother.~Aquin.: 84 3, 28 | consequently He was not conceived of a virgin mother.~Aquin.: 85 3, 28 | therefore Christ's body was not conceived of the ~semen of male and 86 3, 28 | therefore that He was not conceived of ~a virgin mother.~Aquin.: 87 3, 28 | of God: and the word is conceived without any ~interior corruption: 88 3, 28 | that it also should be conceived without corruption of the 89 3, 28 | without which He wished to be conceived, Who was to be without ~ 90 3, 28 | For the word is not only conceived in the mind without ~corruption, 91 3, 28 | revelation he knew to have conceived by the Holy Ghost.~Aquin.: 92 3, 29 | birth to Christ, she had not conceived of him, but ~remained a 93 3, 29 | house is understood to have conceived ~of him, so she who conceives 94 3, 30 | just as the Blessed Virgin conceived Christ in her body, ~so 95 3, 30 | who in her spotless womb ~conceived Christ of the Holy Ghost." 96 3, 30 | brought to her before she conceived, but to ~Joseph after she 97 3, 30 | to ~Joseph after she had conceived.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 98 3, 30 | results from the ~child she conceived. But the cause should be 99 3, 30 | the dignity of the child conceived, saying: ~"He shall be great"; 100 3, 31 | WHICH THE SAVIOUR'S BODY WAS CONCEIVED (EIGHT ARTICLES)~We have 101 3, 31 | from which His body was conceived; secondly, as to the author 102 3, 31 | birth; inasmuch as a virgin ~conceived and gave birth to God.~Aquin.: 103 3, 31 | virtue, because it was not conceived from the ~seed of man. Thus 104 3, 31 | David, because He was not conceived of ~Joseph, in whom Matthew' 105 3, 31 | OBJ 2: Further, whoever is conceived of a woman is shut up in 106 3, 31 | He should not have been conceived of a woman.~Aquin.: SMT 107 3, 31 | Further, those who are conceived of a woman contract a certain ~ 108 3, 31 | thee in My Birth? I was not conceived by lustful desire. I ~made 109 3, 31 | the flesh of Christ was conceived of the Virgin's purest blood?~ 110 3, 31 | flesh of Christ was not conceived of the ~Virgin's purest 111 3, 31 | neither ~was Christ's body conceived of the purest blood of the 112 3, 31 | from which His body was conceived is similar ~to the matter 113 3, 31 | matter was Christ's body ~conceived.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 114 3, 31 | that Christ's body was not conceived "seminally." But the ~menstrual 115 3, 31 | them, through her being conceived from the seed of a man. 116 3, 31 | Blessed Virgin was wholly conceived in ~original sin, as stated 117 3, 31 | infected by sin, through being ~conceived in lust, just as the entire 118 3, 31 | entire flesh of a man is conceived through ~lust, so also is 119 3, 31 | foreshadowed that he, as being ~conceived in sin, and all who were 120 3, 31 | Because the Blessed Virgin was conceived in original sin, ~she was 121 3, 32 | be said that Christ was conceived of the Holy Ghost?~(3) Whether 122 3, 32 | that man, who was being conceived, ~should be the Holy one 123 3, 32 | sons of God, so was Christ conceived in sanctity by the Holy ~ 124 3, 32 | sanctification, i.e. through being conceived of the Holy Ghost." And 125 3, 32 | be said that Christ was conceived of [de] the Holy ~Ghost?~ 126 3, 32 | not say that Christ was conceived of ~[de] the Holy Ghost. 127 3, 32 | not say that Christ was conceived of [de] the Holy Ghost.~ 128 3, 32 | de] which something is ~conceived is as the seed in generation. 129 3, 32 | say that Christ's body was conceived of ~[de] the Holy Ghost.~ 130 3, 32 | therefore we say that Christ was conceived of [de] the Holy Ghost, 131 3, 32 | not say that Christ was conceived of [de] the Holy Ghost.~ 132 3, 32 | who is said to have been conceived, He has a habitude of ~consubstantiality: 133 3, 32 | fittingly say that Christ was conceived of the Holy Ghost in such 134 3, 32 | cannot properly be said to be conceived "of" [de] the Holy ~Ghost, 135 3, 32 | are from God, just as Mary conceived from the ~Holy Ghost."~Aquin.: 136 3, 32 | Christ is said to be ~conceived or born of the Holy Ghost 137 3, 32 | Reply OBJ 1: Christ was conceived of the Virgin Mary, who 138 3, 32 | her Son. But as man He was conceived of the Holy Ghost as the ~ 139 3, 33 | of God said to have been conceived; nor ~could it be said otherwise.~ 140 3, 33 | Creed, when we say, "who was conceived by the ~Holy Ghost," we 141 3, 33 | the body itself, in being conceived, ~was assumed by the Word 142 3, 33 | s flesh was first of all conceived and afterwards assumed?~ 143 3, 33 | s flesh was first of all conceived, and ~afterwards assumed. 144 3, 33 | began to exist when it was conceived. Therefore it seems that 145 3, 33 | Word of God after it was conceived.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[33] A[ 146 3, 33 | conception it was already conceived. Therefore it ~was first 147 3, 33 | Therefore it ~was first of all conceived and afterwards assumed.~ 148 3, 33 | first of all, the flesh was conceived and afterwards ~assumed.~ 149 3, 33 | Christ's ~flesh was not conceived in the Virgin's womb, before 150 3, 33 | Christ's flesh had been conceived before being assumed by 151 3, 33 | flesh was first of all ~conceived and afterwards assumed by 152 3, 33 | flesh had been formed or conceived, not ~instantaneously, but 153 3, 33 | or that the flesh was ~conceived before it was assumed. But 154 3, 33 | the very Word of God was conceived in taking flesh, and that 155 3, 33 | that His very ~flesh was conceived by the Word taking flesh."~ 156 3, 33 | that this flesh began to be conceived, its conception and ~animation 157 3, 33 | for we say that the Virgin conceived Christ. Therefore it seems ~ 158 3, 34 | PERFECTION OF THE CHILD CONCEIVED (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 159 3, 34 | perfection of the child conceived: and ~concerning this there 160 3, 34 | born holy who . . . was not conceived by the combining of carnal 161 3, 35 | Divine Nature could not be conceived and born of human nature, ~ 162 3, 35 | the Divine Nature ~to be conceived and born by reason of the 163 3, 35 | that the Divine Nature was conceived and born, ~inasmuch as the 164 3, 35 | the Person of the Son was conceived and born in the human ~nature.~ 165 3, 35 | that nature in which it is conceived and born. Since, ~therefore, 166 3, 35 | truly said that God was conceived and born of the Virgin. ~ 167 3, 35 | a man's mother, that she conceived him ~and gave birth to him. 168 3, 35 | of God; who, "because she conceived Christ without the ~defilement 169 3, 35 | Nazareth, where also He was ~conceived and brought up.~Aquin.: 170 3, 36 | reverence ~to the child conceived in the womb, and to serve 171 3, 37 | in ~which the child was conceived and born; and also for a 172 3, 39 | gives expression to the word conceived in the ~heart. But the Father 173 3, 46 | human nature, which was conceived in ~Nazareth and born in 174 3, 50 | that the Son of God "was conceived and born of a ~Virgin, suffered, 175 3, 54 | body ~of Christ which was conceived of the Holy Ghost, that 176 3, 68 | Julian. vi): "If what is conceived ~within a mother belonged 177 3, 74 | Christ's body, which was conceived without corruption, rather 178 3, 78 | implies ~demonstration as conceived, and not as exercised, because 179 3, 85 | of ~Thee, O Lord, we have conceived, and been as it were in 180 Suppl, 8 | could, the purpose which he conceived in accordance with God's ~ 181 Suppl, 10| closed to ~him before he conceived the desire to confess his 182 Suppl, 18| knowledge of the truth and have conceived the desire for Baptism. 183 Suppl, 64| lame leprous offspring ~conceived: so that those parents who 184 Suppl, 75| any one except Christ is ~conceived without original sin, because 185 Suppl, 75| because those who would be conceived ~without original sin would 186 Suppl, 75| them that they ~should be conceived without sin. For, this grace 187 Appen1, 2| that can be felt, seen or ~conceived in this world."~Aquin.:


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