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humanation 3
humane 4
humanities 4
humanity 149
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humanly 3
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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humanity

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | man is not the same as his humanity. ~Therefore God is not the 2 1, 3 | definition of the ~species; as, humanity connotes all that is included 3 1, 3 | man, and it is this that humanity ~signifies, that, namely, 4 1, 3 | matter, are not included in humanity; and yet they are ~included 5 1, 3 | something more in it than has humanity. Consequently humanity and 6 1, 3 | has humanity. Consequently humanity and a man ~are not wholly 7 1, 3 | not wholly identical; but humanity is taken to mean the formal 8 1, 3 | actual; for goodness and humanity ~are spoken of as actual, 9 1, 25 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The humanity of Christ, from the fact 10 1, 37 | whiteness, and "man" ~from humanity; everything whence anything 11 1, 39 | signifies "one that has humanity," so God signifies "one ~ 12 1, 39 | the name "man" signifies humanity in a ~subject, others more 13 1, 39 | this word "man" - that is, humanity - is really divided among 14 1, 42 | less than the Father in humanity": and by ~Hilary (De Trin. 15 1, 37 | whiteness, and "man" ~from humanity; everything whence anything 16 1, 39 | signifies "one that has humanity," so God signifies "one ~ 17 1, 39 | the name "man" signifies humanity in a ~subject, others more 18 1, 39 | this word "man" - that is, humanity - is really divided among 19 1, 42 | less than the Father in humanity": and by ~Hilary (De Trin. 20 1, 84 | of smell. In like ~manner humanity understood is only in this 21 1, 84 | this or that man; but that humanity ~be apprehended without 22 1, 84 | as universal, occurs to humanity ~inasmuch as it is brought 23 1, 84 | instance, animality or humanity as existing in the individual. 24 2, 27 | thing in the species of humanity, and two white men are one 25 2, 102 | of flesh, as regards ~His humanity - and this is to make an 26 2, 106 | of ~Christ's Godhead or humanity, which dispose us by means 27 2, 108 | God's Son made man, Whose humanity grace filled first, and 28 2, 112 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's humanity is an "organ of His Godhead," 29 2, 112 | principal agent. Hence Christ's humanity does not cause grace by ~ 30 2, 112 | the actions of Christ's humanity are saving actions.~Aquin.: 31 2, 112 | the person of Christ the humanity causes our ~salvation by 32 2, 1 | Godhead, and six to the humanity. For they include in one 33 2, 10 | Nestorius who severed the humanity of Christ from the Person ~ 34 2, 78 | piety, religion, affection, humanity," ~several of which are 35 2, 78 | their good pleases us, and "humanity," ~whereby we help them 36 2, 78 | this gives its name to humanity whereby we uphold one ~another." 37 2, 78 | beneficence" which is here called "humanity." These three, however, 38 2, 78 | however, be included in humanity mentioned by ~Macrobius; 39 2, 78 | would seem ~to pertain to "humanity."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[80] A[ 40 2, 80 | other mysteries of ~His humanity than by considering the 41 2, 80 | Chief among these is the ~humanity of Christ, according to 42 2, 80 | matters relating to Christ's ~humanity are the chief incentive 43 3, 1 | bestowed upon us by Christ's humanity; for Augustine says in a ~ 44 3, 2 | destroys the truth of ~Christ's humanity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[2] A[5] 45 3, 2 | Divine Nature it ~was in the humanity of Christ from His nativity.~ 46 3, 5 | from the Godhead and the ~humanity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[5] A[4] 47 3, 6 | and the manhood." Now the humanity is a whole, ~which is composed 48 3, 7 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The humanity of Christ is the instrument 49 3, 8 | things. Nevertheless, the humanity of Christ, by virtue of 50 3, 8 | Not indeed as ~if his humanity were assumed by the devil 51 3, 8 | unity of person, as the ~humanity of Christ by the Son of 52 3, 9 | end of beatitude by the ~humanity of Christ, according to 53 3, 16 | the properties, ~"of the humanity; for we do not say that 54 3, 16 | before the world was, "in His humanity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[16] A[ 55 3, 17 | as signified by the word "humanity," does not signify "what 56 3, 19 | operations from Christ's humanity, ~nor that which springs 57 3, 22 | Godhead, ~but also in His humanity, as having the fulness of 58 3, 22 | consecrated to God. But the humanity of Christ was from the beginning ~ 59 3, 22 | were conferred on us by the humanity of Christ. For, ~in the 60 3, 23 | not forfeited when carnal humanity [*Some editions read ~'humilitas' - ' 61 3, 23 | it is said that "carnal ~humanity is adopted," the expression 62 3, 25 | Whether Christ's Godhead and humanity are to be adored with one 63 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's humanity and Godhead are to be adored 64 3, 25 | would seem that Christ's humanity and Godhead are not to be ~ 65 3, 25 | the Father." But Christ's humanity ~is not common to Him and 66 3, 25 | Father. Therefore Christ's humanity and ~Godhead are not to 67 3, 25 | it seems ~that Christ's humanity is to be adored with a different 68 3, 25 | Para. 1/1~Whether Christ's humanity should be adored with the 69 3, 25 | the flesh is part of ~the humanity. Therefore Christ's humanity 70 3, 25 | humanity. Therefore Christ's humanity is not to be adored with 71 3, 25 | Rm. 1:25). But ~Christ's humanity is a creature. Therefore 72 3, 25 | the Father. Therefore His humanity is not to ~be adored with 73 3, 25 | Therefore also His body or His ~humanity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 74 3, 25 | the ~adoration of Christ's humanity may be understood in two 75 3, 25 | ways. First, so ~that the humanity is the thing adored: and 76 3, 25 | the adoration of Christ's humanity is the adoration of ~"latria." 77 3, 25 | the adoration of Christ's humanity may be taken as ~given by 78 3, 25 | the adoration of Christ's humanity is the adoration not of ~" 79 3, 25 | account of His perfect humanity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[25] A[ 80 3, 25 | is not given to Christ's humanity in respect of ~itself; but 81 3, 25 | His Godhead, not of His humanity. But the adoration of "latria" 82 3, 25 | image which represents ~the humanity of Christ Himself.~Aquin.: 83 3, 25 | OBJ 2: Further, Christ's humanity is worshiped with the adoration 84 3, 27 | instrumentally as to His humanity: whence (Jn. 1:17) it is 85 3, 27 | nearest to Christ in His humanity: because He received His 86 3, 28 | the dignity of Christ's humanity in which ~there could be 87 3, 31 | generation of Christ in His ~humanity; not indeed by explaining 88 3, 32 | father in respect of His ~humanity?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 89 3, 32 | father in respect of His humanity. Because, according to the 90 3, 34 | mover and moved. Whereas the humanity of Christ is as the instrument ~ 91 3, 34 | 1). ~Therefore Christ's humanity is both sanctified and sanctifier.~ 92 3, 34 | man, He had, even in His ~humanity, something more than other 93 3, 35 | God would be either if the humanity were ~first subject to conception 94 3, 35 | Photinus said; or if the humanity were not assumed unto unity 95 3, 36 | confesses Christ's Godhead and humanity. It ~behooved, therefore, 96 3, 37 | presented to one. But Christ's humanity was always in God's presence 97 3, 48 | God. But since Christ's humanity is the "instrument of ~the 98 3, 53 | all that befell Christ's humanity was ordained for our ~salvation. 99 3, 53 | regards ~Christ's Godhead and humanity, for it is not enough to 100 3, 53 | regarding the truth of His ~humanity and death, it was needful 101 3, 56 | cause, inasmuch as Christ's humanity, ~according to which He 102 3, 56 | did and endured in His ~humanity are profitable to our salvation 103 3, 56 | the dispensation of His humanity. Therefore, although ~Christ' 104 3, 57 | ascended according to His humanity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 105 3, 58 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Christ's humanity according to the conditions 106 3, 58 | while in respect of His humanity, He excels ~all creatures 107 3, 62 | other mysteries ~of His humanity, and in a yet higher measure, 108 3, 62 | comparison with Whom Christ's humanity is as a ~united instrument, 109 3, 62 | Christ's Godhead through His humanity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[62] A[ 110 3, 64 | instrument, in so far as His humanity is the instrument of His 111 3, 75 | faith, which concerns His ~humanity just as it does His Godhead, 112 3, 80 | Godhead is greater than His humanity, and His humanity greater ~ 113 3, 80 | than His humanity, and His humanity greater ~than the sacraments 114 3, 80 | than the sacraments of His humanity, hence it is that those 115 3, 80 | are committed against His humanity: hence it is written (Mt. 116 3, 80 | which belong ~to Christ's humanity; and after these are the 117 3, 83 | Holy, Holy, Holy"; and His humanity, saying with ~the children: " 118 Suppl, 71| salvation, but an office of ~humanity."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[71] A[ 119 Suppl, 73| men by means of ~Christ's humanity. Now just as we cannot be 120 Suppl, 73| point, because ~Christ's humanity is nearer to His Godhead, 121 Suppl, 73| resurrection, than is the humanity of others. Hence Christ' 122 Suppl, 76| There are two opinions about humanity and about any form of ~a 123 Suppl, 76| According to this opinion ~humanity is really nothing else than 124 Suppl, 76| will be the same identical ~humanity, which will remain even 125 Suppl, 76| not under the aspect ~of humanity, because the composite does 126 Suppl, 76| nature ~from a separated humanity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 127 Suppl, 76| of necessity, the same humanity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[79] A[ 128 Suppl, 76| will be a distinction of humanity ~was based on the supposition 129 Suppl, 76| on the supposition that humanity is some distinct form ~supervening 130 Suppl, 76| disprove the identity of humanity, because ~union implies 131 Suppl, 76| prevent the identity of humanity, because the action and ~ 132 Suppl, 76| and ~passion from which humanity resulted are not of the 133 Suppl, 76| are not of the essence of humanity, ~wherefore a distinction 134 Suppl, 76| involve a distinction of ~humanity: for it is clear that generation 135 Suppl, 76| neither is the ~identity of humanity prevented if we take union 136 Suppl, 76| to but concomitant with humanity, ~since humanity is not 137 Suppl, 76| concomitant with humanity, ~since humanity is not one of those forms 138 Suppl, 87| judge under the form or His humanity?~(2) Whether He will appear 139 Suppl, 87| the form of His glorified humanity?~(3) Whether His Godhead 140 Suppl, 87| judge under the form of His humanity?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 141 Suppl, 87| judge under the form of His ~humanity. For judgment requires authority 142 Suppl, 87| appear in His glorified humanity?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[90] A[ 143 Suppl, 87| appear in His ~glorified humanity. For a gloss [*St. Augustine, 144 Suppl, 87| the form of His glorified humanity: because the eye that is ~ 145 Suppl, 87| shall see the glory of His humanity (Jn. 10:9): "He ~shall go 146 Suppl, 87| refreshment in His ~Godhead and humanity," according to the commentary 147 Suppl, 87| of ~the glory of Christ's humanity will be a reward to the 148 Suppl, 87| more adverse to ~Christ's humanity than to His Godhead. Now 149 Suppl, 87| will see ~the glory of His humanity will conduce to their punishment,


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