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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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medicine

    Part, Question
1 1, 5 | as the taking of bitter medicine; while the ~virtuous is 2 1, 13 | is ~secondarily said of medicine, forasmuch as it signifies 3 1, 13 | healthy" predicated of medicine ~and urine in relation and 4 1, 13 | thus "healthy" is said of medicine and animal, ~since medicine 5 1, 13 | medicine and animal, ~since medicine is the cause of health in 6 1, 13 | animal health, and applied to medicine signifies the cause of the 7 1, 13 | of ~animal rather than of medicine, which is the cause of health. 8 1, 13 | of ~"healthy" applied to medicine, which is called healthy 9 1, 13 | healthy" ~is applied to medicine.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 10 1, 13 | as applied to urine and medicine. For urine is the sign of ~ 11 1, 13 | health in the animal, and medicine is the cause of health.~ 12 1, 16 | health should be primarily in medicine, rather than in the ~animal: 13 1, 16 | animal: for the virtue of medicine, and not its health, is 14 1, 16 | animal, of urine, and of medicine, not that health is only ~ 15 1, 16 | the health of the animal, medicine is called ~healthy, in so 16 1, 16 | although health is neither ~in medicine nor in urine, yet in either 17 1, 86 | that health is caused by medicine, but it does not follow ~ 18 1, 86 | it does not follow ~that medicine is more desirable than health, 19 1, 86 | of final causes, whereas medicine belongs to the order of 20 1, 116 | nature, and ~employs food and medicine, of which nature makes use 21 2, 5 | health, albeit by means of medicine, than he who ~can attain 22 2, 5 | health, without the help of medicine. And ~therefore the rational 23 2, 12 | end; ~as the mixing of a medicine and the giving of health.~ 24 2, 12 | when I say: "I wish to take medicine for the sake of ~health," 25 2, 14 | admit of conjecture such as medicine, commerce, and the like, 26 2, 19 | as much intensity to take medicine as he ~wills to regain health. 27 2, 19 | the intense volition of ~medicine.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[19] A[ 28 2, 20 | good: thus a ~palatable medicine can be considered in the 29 2, 20 | healthiness which is in ~medicine or urine is derived from 30 2, 20 | as applied to urine and medicine, distinct from health as ~ 31 2, 20 | animal, of which health medicine is the cause, ~and urine 32 2, 21 | doctor to give the wrong ~medicine." But the artist is not 33 2, 51 | man is healed by means of ~medicine, health is partly from nature, 34 2, 51 | instance, a strong dose of medicine restores ~health at once.~ 35 2, 51 | just as the remedies of ~medicine given to a man who is naturally 36 2, 54 | regards ~contraries: thus medicine regards the healthy and 37 2, 57 | of seamanship, and of ~medicine. Therefore prudence is not 38 2, 70 | as in an end; in a ~nice medicine, not as in an end, but as 39 2, 70 | something tasty; and in a ~nasty medicine, nowise for its own sake, 40 2, 79 | he ~prescribes a bitter medicine for him. Therefore God turns 41 2, 87 | punishments are a kind of medicine" (Ethic. ii, 3). But ~no 42 2, 87 | Ethic. ii, 3). But ~no medicine should be infinite, because 43 2, 87 | not always intended as a medicine for the one who is punished, ~ 44 2, 87 | Punishments are a kind of medicine" (Ethic. ii, 3). But ~a 45 2, 87 | But ~a man is not given medicine after being cured of his 46 2, 98 | realization thereof. ~Thus a medicine is perfectly good, if it 47 2, 109 | unless by ~the help of medicine he be cured.~Aquin.: SMT 48 2, 109 | without the external help of medicine, since ~there still remains 49 2, 13 | causes loathing for food and medicine, although God ~is able to 50 2, 26 | the final cause, we love medicine, for instance, for health; 51 2, 26 | but he puts ~a limit to medicine, for he does not give as 52 2, 26 | he does not give as much medicine as he can, but ~according 53 2, 26 | much or too little, ~the medicine would be immoderate.~Aquin.: 54 2, 42 | else that he should give a medicine in order to heal. Now ~the 55 2, 43 | that genus, for instance in medicine ~or architecture, according 56 2, 45 | instance in the arts of medicine and navigation, ~as stated 57 2, 55 | something else: thus the word "medicine" was ~first employed to 58 2, 66 | but in their character of medicine, conducing either to the 59 2, 87 | is clear in the ~case of medicine which is required as a remedy 60 2, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Even as a medicine is useful for healing, and 61 2, 95 | treated my body with bodily ~medicine, I have my Lord Jesus Christ, 62 2, 95 | sickness as required bodily ~medicine, or else she felt herself 63 2, 106 | may be considered as a ~medicine, not only healing the past 64 2, 106 | however, be observed that a medicine never removes a greater ~ 65 2, 106 | promote a lesser; thus the medicine of the body never ~blinds 66 2, 110 | pretend to be skilled in ~medicine, wisdom, or divination.~ 67 2, 116 | the end, as, for instance, medicine is commensurate with health, 68 2, 144 | medical art to regulate ~medicine. Therefore, in like manner, 69 2, 144 | quality, belongs to the art of medicine as regards the health of 70 2, 148 | committed on the score of ~medicine. Now some drink too much 71 2, 182 | his ~healing, but how much medicine or diet he shall employ 72 2, 186 | heal the ~more the more medicine he gives, but the more the 73 2, 186 | gives, but the more the medicine is adapted to ~the disease. 74 3, 1 | and there is no need of medicine."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[1] A[ 75 3, 1 | human race before sin. For medicine is given only to the sick. 76 3, 1 | physician were to give the medicine at the very ~outset of the 77 3, 15 | is ordained, as bitter medicine is not of itself desired, 78 3, 18 | something else, as to take medicine; and ~this act of the will 79 3, 39 | does not need a strong medicine.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 80 3, 46 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the medicine should correspond with the 81 3, 46 | Christ's Passion was the medicine against Adam's sin: and 82 3, 49 | doctor were to prepare a medicine by which all ~sicknesses 83 3, 60 | subject of health: but medicine also is said to be healthy 84 3, 60 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Because medicine is an efficient cause of 85 3, 60 | things are denominated from medicine are to be ~referred to some 86 3, 61 | provide man with a ~spiritual medicine by means of certain corporeal 87 3, 68 | just as neither is bodily medicine ~given to a sick man, unless 88 3, 79 | so by means of food and medicine he is preserved from death. 89 3, 79 | spiritual food and spiritual medicine, according ~to Ps. 103:5: "( 90 3, 80 | others, is a spiritual ~medicine. But medicine is given to 91 3, 80 | spiritual ~medicine. But medicine is given to the sick for 92 3, 80 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Every medicine does not suit every stage 93 3, 80 | whereas this sacrament is a medicine given to ~strengthen, and 94 3, 80 | the taking of water or medicine, or of any other food or ~ 95 3, 80 | food ~or drink, or even medicine, no matter how small the 96 3, 84 | salvation, even as bodily ~medicine after man has contracted 97 3, 84 | Passion, as a spiritual medicine, which ~can be repeated 98 Suppl, 2 | 1/1~On the contrary, The medicine should be proportionate 99 Suppl, 6 | salvation that man should take medicine for ~his sins. Therefore 100 Suppl, 9 | answer that, In prescribing medicine for the body, the physician ~ 101 Suppl, 9 | addition of another, and a medicine which would be ~adapted 102 Suppl, 12| inflicting punishment, is a medicine healing past sins and ~preserving 103 Suppl, 18| binds ~the penitent, is the medicine which cleanses the latter 104 Suppl, 18| prudently refrains from giving a medicine ~sufficiently efficacious 105 Suppl, 20| the general principles of ~medicine, it is necessary to have 106 Suppl, 22| punishment and a healing medicine. ~Now punishments and medicines 107 Suppl, 24| excommunication was intended as a medicine.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[24] A[ 108 Suppl, 28| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the medicine should suit the disease. 109 Suppl, 28| the penance which ~is its medicine should also be public and 110 Suppl, 32| more excellent than bodily ~medicine. Since then bodily medicine 111 Suppl, 32| medicine. Since then bodily medicine is given to all manner of 112 Suppl, 32| principal effect of bodily medicine is bodily health, ~which 113 Suppl, 42| the disease of sin. But ~a medicine is not made ready except 114 Suppl, 50| number; as instanced in medicine and all operative arts, 115 Suppl, 58| and can be remedied by medicine, or by the course of time, 116 Suppl, 71| far as ~it is a kind of medicine. And consequently the three 117 Suppl, 96| punishments are a kind of ~medicine." Now, to punish the wicked


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