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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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beget

    Part, Question
1 1, 23 | despair; ~and security would beget negligence in the predestined.~ 2 1, 25 | not able to do more ~than beget man. But the power of a 3 1, 25 | God ~could, but would not, beget a Son His equal, He would 4 1, 37 | term, as "to speak" and "to beget."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 5 1, 39 | this is true, "God does not beget," ~because the Son does 6 1, 39 | because the Son does not beget. Therefore there is God 7 1, 39 | there is God who does not beget; and thus it follows that 8 1, 39 | another God. But He did not beget God, that is Himself; for, ~ 9 1, 39 | itself." Neither did ~He beget another God; as there is 10 1, 39 | God begotten does not beget," is true. ~Consequently, 11 1, 39 | Therefore the essence does not beget essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 12 1, 41 | property of the Father to beget the Son." Therefore notional 13 1, 41 | speaking, as we ~attribute "to beget" with the Father, and to 14 1, 41 | necessity was the Father led to beget ~the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 41 | to be God, and wills to beget the Son. In the other sense, 16 1, 41 | nature ~that the will to beget was wanting; just as we 17 1, 41 | necessity ~did the Father beget the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 41 | necessary that the ~Father beget the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP 19 1, 41 | Therefore ~the Father does not beget the Son from something, 20 1, 41 | God the ~Father could not beget a co-equal Son, where is 21 1, 41 | As God has the power to beget the Son, so also He wills ~ 22 1, 41 | Son, so also He wills ~to beget Him. But the will to beget 23 1, 41 | beget Him. But the will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~ 24 1, 41 | Therefore, ~also, the power to beget.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 25 1, 41 | have said that the power to beget signifies relation ~in God. 26 1, 41 | father has the power to beget a man. In ~every begetter, 27 1, 41 | otherwise Socrates would beget Socrates. So neither ~can 28 1, 41 | otherwise the Father would beget ~the Father. But that by 29 1, 41 | the power of begetting can beget. But the Son has ~the power 30 1, 41 | begetting. Therefore He can beget. But He cannot beget ~Himself: 31 1, 41 | can beget. But He cannot beget ~Himself: therefore He can 32 1, 41 | Himself: therefore He can beget another son. Therefore there 33 1, 41 | 12): "The Son did not ~beget a Creator: not that He could 34 1, 41 | Father has greater power to beget than has a ~created father. 35 1, 41 | created father. But a man can beget several sons. Therefore 36 1, 41 | the Son has the "power to ~beget." Just as, although Father 37 1, 41 | words that the Son ~could beget a Son: but that if He did 38 1, 42 | that the Father does not beget the ~Son by will, but by 39 1, 42 | omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son equal to Himself. 40 1, 42 | 7), ~"Were He unable to beget one equal to Himself, where 41 1, 42 | Father?" But the Son cannot beget a Son, as proved ~above ( 42 1, 42 | follow that the Son can beget; for to argue thus would 43 1, 42 | we say that He is able to beget; while the Son ~possesses 44 1, 51 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, to beget offspring is a vital act. 45 1, 37 | term, as "to speak" and "to beget."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 46 1, 39 | this is true, "God does not beget," ~because the Son does 47 1, 39 | because the Son does not beget. Therefore there is God 48 1, 39 | there is God who does not beget; and thus it follows that 49 1, 39 | another God. But He did not beget God, that is Himself; for, ~ 50 1, 39 | itself." Neither did ~He beget another God; as there is 51 1, 39 | God begotten does not beget," is true. ~Consequently, 52 1, 39 | Therefore the essence does not beget essence.~Aquin.: SMT FP 53 1, 41 | property of the Father to beget the Son." Therefore notional 54 1, 41 | speaking, as we ~attribute "to beget" with the Father, and to 55 1, 41 | necessity was the Father led to beget ~the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 56 1, 41 | to be God, and wills to beget the Son. In the other sense, 57 1, 41 | nature ~that the will to beget was wanting; just as we 58 1, 41 | necessity ~did the Father beget the Son."~Aquin.: SMT FP 59 1, 41 | necessary that the ~Father beget the Son.~Aquin.: SMT FP 60 1, 41 | Therefore ~the Father does not beget the Son from something, 61 1, 41 | God the ~Father could not beget a co-equal Son, where is 62 1, 41 | As God has the power to beget the Son, so also He wills ~ 63 1, 41 | Son, so also He wills ~to beget Him. But the will to beget 64 1, 41 | beget Him. But the will to beget signifies the essence. Therefore, ~ 65 1, 41 | Therefore, ~also, the power to beget.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 66 1, 41 | have said that the power to beget signifies relation ~in God. 67 1, 41 | father has the power to beget a man. In ~every begetter, 68 1, 41 | otherwise Socrates would beget Socrates. So neither ~can 69 1, 41 | otherwise the Father would beget ~the Father. But that by 70 1, 41 | the power of begetting can beget. But the Son has ~the power 71 1, 41 | begetting. Therefore He can beget. But He cannot beget ~Himself: 72 1, 41 | can beget. But He cannot beget ~Himself: therefore He can 73 1, 41 | Himself: therefore He can beget another son. Therefore there 74 1, 41 | 12): "The Son did not ~beget a Creator: not that He could 75 1, 41 | Father has greater power to beget than has a ~created father. 76 1, 41 | created father. But a man can beget several sons. Therefore 77 1, 41 | the Son has the "power to ~beget." Just as, although Father 78 1, 41 | words that the Son ~could beget a Son: but that if He did 79 1, 42 | that the Father does not beget the ~Son by will, but by 80 1, 42 | omnipotence to be able to ~beget a Son equal to Himself. 81 1, 42 | 7), ~"Were He unable to beget one equal to Himself, where 82 1, 42 | Father?" But the Son cannot beget a Son, as proved ~above ( 83 1, 42 | follow that the Son can beget; for to argue thus ~would 84 1, 42 | we say that He is able to beget; while the Son ~possesses 85 1, 52 | 1/1~OBJ 6: Further, to beget offspring is a vital act. 86 1, 90 | 26), "man and the sun ~beget man from matter." For this 87 1, 97 | Hence it belongs to man to beget offspring, on the part of 88 2, 2 | Consol. ii): "You seem to beget unto yourselves ~eternity, 89 2, 40 | hope. Yet security does not beget negligence, ~save in so 90 2, 81 | child - thus a ~leper may beget a leper, or a gouty man 91 2, 81 | sin: ~since they do not beget as being renewed in Baptism, 92 2, 55 | commensurate ~with the female to beget offspring by her, and a 93 2, 79 | it belongs to a father to beget and to govern. ~Therefore 94 2, 142 | OBJ 5: Further, "like acts beget like habits," according 95 3, 3 | to the Father, viz. to beget the Son, would be said of 96 3, 23 | those ~only adopt who can beget: and in God this can be 97 3, 23 | Now although, in God, to beget belongs ~to the Person of 98 3, 68 | generation man ~does not beget in respect of his soul, 99 3, 82 | another species, ~lest they beget revulsion in the communicants. 100 Suppl, 41| since the inclination to beget an offspring ~whereby the 101 Suppl, 41| religion, that they may beget children for the worship 102 Suppl, 51| error for many ~years and to beget between them sons and daughters. 103 Suppl, 54| is natural for a man to beget his like in species, but 104 Suppl, 57| whoever is competent to beget a child naturally is competent 105 Suppl, 57| adopt, and ~yet they can beget a child naturally. Therefore, 106 Suppl, 57| Now ~one who is unable to beget, through being a eunuch 107 Suppl, 57| competent to be able to beget naturally. But adoption 108 Suppl, 57| adopt, as neither can he beget. ~Moreover greater is sorrow 109 Suppl, 65| nature, as, for instance, to beget, to eat, and so on, or ~ 110 Suppl, 67| philosophers, a certain man cannot ~beget offspring of a certain woman, 111 Suppl, 67| woman, and yet he might beget of another, ~even though 112 Suppl, 73| instance, if a white ~man beget a white man, the whiteness 113 Suppl, 75| remained they were unable to beget without ~communicating original 114 Suppl, 77| but human flesh were to beget children that which his 115 Suppl, 78| eat, and in like manner beget.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 116 Suppl, 78| since to eat, drink, sleep, beget, pertain to ~the animal 117 Suppl, 93| that they are unable to beget, it suffices when they become ~


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