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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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begets

    Part, Question
1 1, 3 | only ~specifically: for man begets man. But primary matter 2 1, 17 | be false that naturally begets a false opinion. And whereas 3 1, 27 | because every generator begets its ~own like; whereas the 4 1, 32 | not say that paternity ~begets, nor that filiation is begotten. 5 1, 32 | cannot say that paternity ~begets, or creates, or is wise, 6 1, 33 | father; for every father ~begets; but it is not so conversely. 7 1, 37 | be said that the "Father begets Himself," or that "He spirates ~ 8 1, 37 | when we say, "spirates" or "begets," ~this imports only a notional 9 1, 37 | spirates by the Holy Ghost, or begets by the Son. But we can say 10 1, 39 | Therefore there is God who begets, and ~there is God who does 11 1, 39 | De Trin. i, 1), "nothing begets itself." Neither did ~He 12 1, 39 | one, as when we say, "God begets," ~or for two, as when we 13 1, 39 | proposition is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine 14 1, 39 | is true ~to say that "God begets God." Therefore this is 15 1, 39 | is also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP 16 1, 39 | Father. Thus the essence begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 17 1, 39 | spirating. Therefore the Father begets or spirates the Godhead.~ 18 1, 39 | De Trin. i, 1): "Nothing begets ~itself." But if the essence 19 1, 39 | itself." But if the essence begets the essence, it begets itself 20 1, 39 | essence begets the essence, it begets itself only, ~since nothing 21 1, 40 | For we say that the Father begets; ~but not that the paternity 22 1, 40 | inasmuch as the former ~begets and the latter is begotten. 23 1, 40 | phrase, that "because He begets, ~He is the Father." A distinction, 24 1, 40 | Master says that "because He begets, He is ~Father," the term " 25 1, 40 | because He is Father He begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 26 1, 41 | anything. For if the Father begets the Son from something, 27 1, 41 | different exists." If the Father begets the Son from ~Himself, since 28 1, 41 | of ~wood, whereas a man begets a son from himself. Now, 29 1, 41 | is like the Father, who begets Him, in the divine ~nature. 30 1, 41 | that by which ~the begetter begets, otherwise Socrates would 31 1, 41 | that by which the Father begets, but as ~constituting the 32 1, 41 | that by which the Father begets is the divine nature, in ~ 33 1, 41 | that by which the Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten 34 1, 41 | principle by which the Begetter begets," ~it does not follow that 35 1, 41 | that the divine essence ~begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 36 1, 42 | first to the father who begets him, but attains to equality 37 1, 42 | the same power the Father begets, and the Son ~is begotten. 38 1, 45 | generates fire, and man begets man. Therefore an ~immaterial 39 1, 45 | Further, in nature like begets like. But some things are 40 1, 76 | that the master's knowledge begets knowledge in the ~disciple, 41 1, 37 | be said that the "Father begets Himself," or that "He spirates ~ 42 1, 37 | when we say, "spirates" or "begets," ~this imports only a notional 43 1, 37 | spirates by the Holy Ghost, or begets by the Son. But we can say 44 1, 39 | Therefore there is God who begets, and ~there is God who does 45 1, 39 | De Trin. i, 1), "nothing begets itself." Neither did ~He 46 1, 39 | one, as when we say, "God begets," ~or for two, as when we 47 1, 39 | proposition is true, "Essence begets essence." For ~Augustine 48 1, 39 | is true ~to say that "God begets God." Therefore this is 49 1, 39 | is also true: "Essence ~begets essence."~Aquin.: SMT FP 50 1, 39 | Father. Thus the essence begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 51 1, 39 | spirating. Therefore the Father begets or spirates the Godhead.~ 52 1, 39 | De Trin. i, 1): "Nothing begets ~itself." But if the essence 53 1, 39 | itself." But if the essence begets the essence, it begets itself 54 1, 39 | essence begets the essence, it begets itself only, ~since nothing 55 1, 40 | For we say that the Father begets; ~but not that the paternity 56 1, 40 | inasmuch as the former ~begets and the latter is begotten. 57 1, 40 | phrase, that "because He begets, ~He is the Father." A distinction, 58 1, 40 | Master says that "because He begets, He is ~Father," the term " 59 1, 40 | because He is Father He begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 60 1, 41 | anything. For if the Father begets the Son from something, 61 1, 41 | different exists." If the Father begets the Son from ~Himself, since 62 1, 41 | of ~wood, whereas a man begets a son from himself. Now, 63 1, 41 | is like the Father, who begets Him, in the divine ~nature. 64 1, 41 | that by which ~the begetter begets, otherwise Socrates would 65 1, 41 | that by which the Father begets, but as ~constituting the 66 1, 41 | that by which the Father begets is the divine nature, in ~ 67 1, 41 | that by which the Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten 68 1, 41 | principle by which the Begetter begets," ~it does not follow that 69 1, 41 | that the divine essence ~begets.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 70 1, 42 | first to the father who begets him, but attains to equality 71 1, 42 | the same power the Father begets, and the Son ~is begotten. 72 1, 46 | generates fire, and man begets man. Therefore an ~immaterial 73 1, 46 | Further, in nature like begets like. But some things are 74 1, 75 | that the master's knowledge begets knowledge in the ~disciple, 75 1, 99 | answer that, Man naturally begets a specific likeness to himself. ~ 76 1, 103 | becoming," as when man begets man, and ~fire causes fire. 77 1, 104 | in matter; because, like begets like. But God is not a form 78 1, 109 | matter; as ~appears when fire begets fire. Therefore much more 79 1, 109 | composite itself, as when ~fire begets fire, or because the whole " 80 1, 117 | Further, the generator begets its like: so that the form 81 1, 117 | 2: The generating power begets not only by its own virtue 82 1, 117 | and that of an animal ~begets an animal. For the more 83 1, 117 | 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, man begets his like in species. But 84 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Man begets his like, forasmuch as by 85 2, 40 | Jacob," says, i.e. "faith begets hope, and hope begets ~charity." 86 2, 40 | faith begets hope, and hope begets ~charity." But charity is 87 2, 40 | implies security. But security begets negligence which ~hinders 88 2, 65 | Mt. 1:2 says that "faith begets hope, and ~hope, charity." 89 2, 66 | Mt. 1:3 says that "faith ~begets hope, and hope charity." 90 2, 66 | in this way that ~faith begets hope, and hope charity: 91 2, 81 | The reason is that a man begets his like in species but ~ 92 2, 81 | nature: thus a man with eyes begets a son having eyes, ~unless 93 2, 6 | Trin. xiv) that "science begets faith in us, and ~nourishes, 94 2, 6 | those things which science ~begets in us seem to be acquired 95 2, 6 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Science begets and nourishes faith, by 96 2, 7 | Q[23], A[2]): and faith ~begets hope, as a gloss observes 97 2, 7 | the same aspect. Now faith begets hope, in so ~far as it enables 98 2, 9 | xiv, 1) that "knowledge begets, nourishes ~and strengthens 99 2, 23 | gloss on Mt. 1:2: "Faith begets hope, and hope charity."~ 100 2, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, hope begets charity, as a gloss states 101 2, 26 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, "hope begets charity" as a gloss says 102 2, 34 | corrupting the mind it ~occupies begets envy, since while it craves 103 2, 40 | dissent among minds, and begets discord." Now, by provoking 104 2, 153 | anger, it is true that it begets an impulse to the pursuit 105 2, 160 | Virginit. xxxi) that "pride begets ~envy, nor is it ever without 106 2, 179 | example to its imitation it begets a numerous offspring of 107 2, 186 | charity, it "edifieth and begets concord." Hence the Apostle 108 3, 31 | the active principle which begets its like in ~species. Thus, 109 3, 69 | works; not that by which he begets ~others in Christ, as the 110 3, 74 | Reply OBJ 2: A begetter begets a thing like to itself in 111 Suppl, 57| deficient. Hence just as a man begets by natural ~procreation, 112 Suppl, 65| injury to the offspring he begets, since such a union is not 113 Suppl, 68| illegitimate intercourse begets an illegitimate child. ~


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