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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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integrity

    Part, Question
1 1, 39 | includes three conditions, ~"integrity" or "perfection," since 2 1, 48 | first act is the form and integrity of ~a thing; the second 3 1, 48 | any part ~required for the integrity of the thing, as blindness 4 1, 48 | withdrawal of the form and ~integrity of the thing, has the nature 5 1, 39 | includes three conditions, ~"integrity" or "perfection," since 6 1, 49 | first act is the form and integrity of ~a thing; the second 7 1, 49 | any part ~required for the integrity of the thing, as blindness 8 1, 49 | withdrawal of the form and ~integrity of the thing, has the nature 9 1, 91 | of Adam belonged to the integrity of ~his body. So, if a rib 10 1, 93 | was gifted with natural integrity and perfection. ~Aquin.: 11 1, 93 | distinguished in relation to integrity and corruption, the state 12 1, 93 | But he was endowed with ~integrity as to this life, in that 13 1, 93 | not fitting as regards the integrity of the ~primitive state 14 1, 97 | corruption. But virginal integrity is corrupted by intercourse. 15 1, 97 | without prejudice to virginal integrity; ~this would have remained 16 2, 12 | two things concur in the ~integrity of one whole, as a proper 17 2, 73 | according as it ~diminishes the integrity of nature." Now the diminution 18 2, 73 | Now the diminution of the integrity ~of nature is a harm. Therefore 19 2, 89 | sin is more opposed to the integrity of the ~original state, 20 2, 89 | mortally ~notwithstanding the integrity of the original state. Therefore 21 2, 89 | deprive him ~of that state of integrity. But venial sin does not 22 2, 89 | itself, before losing the integrity of ~the original state by 23 2, 89 | Mortal sin is opposed to the integrity of the original ~state in 24 2, 89 | cannot ~do. And because the integrity of the primitive state is 25 2, 109 | two ways: first, in its ~integrity, as it was in our first 26 2, 109 | 1]). But in the state of integrity, as ~regards the sufficiency 27 2, 24 | preservation thereof in its integrity, they desire ~good things 28 2, 24 | to be preserved in the ~integrity of the inward man, nor do 29 2, 63 | maiming destroys the body's integrity, while a blow ~merely affects 30 2, 63 | First, the substantial integrity of the body, and this is 31 2, 122 | sake of safeguarding the integrity of the flesh: wherefore ~ 32 2, 122 | wherefore ~seemingly the integrity of chastity is preferable 33 2, 122 | body. Now sometimes the integrity of the flesh has been forfeited 34 2, 122 | a woman who forfeits the integrity of the flesh for the sake ~ 35 2, 122 | When a woman forfeits the integrity of the flesh, or is ~condemned 36 2, 134 | nature in ~the state of integrity. But in corrupt nature the 37 2, 139 | temperance to ~preserve one's integrity and freedom from corruption 38 2, 139 | and Divine law. Wherefore ~integrity, which Augustine ascribes 39 2, 150 | Whether virginity consists in integrity of the flesh?~Aquin.: SMT 40 2, 150 | virginity does not consist in integrity of the ~flesh. For Augustine 41 2, 150 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, the integrity of the flesh would seem 42 2, 150 | sanctity, though she lost ~the integrity of that organ." Therefore 43 2, 150 | Virgin. xiii) that "virginal integrity and holy continency that 44 2, 150 | virginity is ~continence whereby integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated 45 2, 150 | that "virginal chastity is integrity free of pollution."~Aquin.: 46 2, 150 | corruption, it ~follows that the integrity of the bodily organ is accidental 47 2, 150 | 3: As stated above, the integrity of a bodily organ is ~accidental 48 2, 150 | venereal pleasure, retains the integrity of a bodily ~organ. Hence 49 2, 150 | Hence if the organ lose its integrity by chance in some other 50 2, 150 | element in virginity is integrity of the flesh free of all 51 2, 150 | material in ~virginity, namely integrity of the flesh and freedom 52 2, 150 | purpose of safeguarding this integrity for God's sake, which purpose ~ 53 2, 150 | virginity, namely ~the aforesaid integrity of the flesh: nevertheless 54 2, 150 | of safeguarding this same integrity of the flesh, should it 55 2, 150 | restored by God, namely the integrity of the organ, which we ~ 56 2, 150 | of observing perpetual integrity. For Augustine says (De 57 2, 150 | viii) that "by virginity, integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated ~ 58 2, 150 | they imitate Christ, by integrity not only of the mind but 59 2, 150 | joy at having ~preserved integrity of the flesh.~ 60 2, 162 | whereby the rectitude and integrity of human nature was maintained. ~ 61 2, 162 | Divine favor, whereby the ~integrity of human nature was maintained 62 2, 162 | was befitting the state of integrity, namely the place of the 63 3, 28 | should ~by His advent violate integrity."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 64 3, 31 | parts of the body, ~the integrity of which results therefrom: 65 3, 31 | corruption or diminution to the integrity of His Mother. Therefore ~ 66 3, 35 | violation of her virginal ~integrity, without detriment to the 67 3, 54 | and blood belong to the integrity of the body: whereas Christ 68 3, 54 | body did not rise with the integrity of all its parts.~Aquin.: 69 3, 54 | belonging as ~it does to the integrity of human nature, rose again 70 3, 54 | belong to the ~truth and integrity of human nature. But the 71 3, 54 | scars are opposed to bodily integrity, since they interfere with 72 3, 66 | the Trinity, destroys the integrity of ~Baptism.~Aquin.: SMT 73 3, 66 | Gospel was observed in its integrity, at ~least implicitly.~Aquin.: 74 3, 67 | above (Q[66], A[1]), the integrity of Baptism ~consists in 75 3, 68 | of the body belong to its integrity in the same degree as ~the 76 3, 73 | two things concur for the integrity of this ~sacrament, to wit, 77 3, 78 | consequently they belong to ~the integrity of the expression.~Aquin.: 78 3, 82 | receive this sacrament in its ~integrity.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[82] A[ 79 3, 84 | regard to the state of ~integrity which is bestowed and safeguarded 80 3, 84 | that man ~safeguard his integrity, while the second help is, 81 3, 84 | help is, if he lose his ~integrity through sin, that he regain 82 3, 84 | refer to the ~ship in its integrity, i.e. to man's state of 83 3, 84 | i.e. to man's state of integrity, with regard to ~which Penance 84 Suppl, 39| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, integrity of discretion is more necessary 85 Suppl, 39| the act of ~orders than integrity of body. But some can be 86 Suppl, 39| he is not debarred. This integrity, however, is necessary for 87 Suppl, 42| intercourse belongs to the integrity of matrimony?~Aquin.: SMT 88 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Integrity is twofold. One regards 89 Suppl, 42| latter, and not to the former integrity of marriage [*Cf. TP, Q[ 90 Suppl, 42| OBJ 1: Adam expressed the integrity of marriage in regard to 91 Suppl, 42| second and ~not to the first integrity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] A[ 92 Suppl, 42| which belongs ~to the second integrity.~ 93 Suppl, 72| of the universe with the integrity of its parts will not be ~ 94 Suppl, 76| namely their identity, their integrity, and their quality: and 95 Suppl, 76| identity; (2) about their integrity; (3) ~about their quality.~ 96 Suppl, 77| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE INTEGRITY OF THE BODIES IN THE RESURRECTION ( 97 Suppl, 77| We must next consider the integrity of the bodies in the resurrection. ~ 98 Suppl, 77| that they belong to the integrity of the individual.~Aquin.: 99 Suppl, 77| Whatever belongs to the integrity of human nature in ~those 100 Suppl, 77| the body belongs to the integrity ~of human nature must needs 101 Suppl, 77| the resurrection for the integrity of human nature, and not 102 Suppl, 77| waste, but to restore the integrity of human nature and to ~ 103 Suppl, 78| perfection, which consists in the integrity of those ~things that belong 104 Suppl, 79| they will conduce to the ~integrity of human nature and will 105 Suppl, 80| is ~inconsistent with the integrity of those who rise again) - 106 Suppl, 80| all that pertains to the integrity of the body will rise ~again 107 Suppl, 80| that which pertains to its integrity, and not on account of any 108 Suppl, 80| of ~which pertain to the integrity of nature. It is also plain 109 Suppl, 93| have been interrupted, ~integrity of the flesh remaining withal, 110 Suppl, 93| mother, in whom there was ~integrity of the flesh together with 111 Suppl, 93| the flesh together with integrity of the mind [*Cf. SS, ~Q[ 112 Suppl, 93| their innocence and carnal integrity [*Cf. SS, Q[124], ~A[1],


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