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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 1 | not that God has such a member, ~but only what is signified 2 1, 1 | what is signified by this member, namely operative power. 3 1, 3 | that man: thus in every member of a genus, ~existence and 4 1, 48 | evil to be wanting in any member of the body. In another 5 1, 49 | evil to be wanting in any member of the body. In another 6 1, 80 | and ~foot, and whatever member is naturally moved by voluntary 7 1, 106 | gesture, or some ~bodily member, as the tongue, or the fingers, 8 1, 118 | retain the nature of the member it is taken from, it would ~ 9 1, 118 | retained the nature of the member it is taken from, then, 10 2, 17 | the insubmission of that member whereby original sin is ~ 11 2, 17 | cause of this particular member's insubmission ~to reason. 12 2, 21 | observed that every ~individual member of a society is, in a fashion, 13 2, 21 | in a fashion, a part and member of the ~whole society. Wherefore, 14 2, 21 | good or evil, done to the member of a ~society, redounds 15 2, 26 | But habit cannot be the member of a division of passions. 16 2, 26 | cannot be divided by another member of the same ~division; for 17 2, 26 | division; for man is not a member of the same division as " 18 2, 26 | But ~concupiscence is a member of the same division as 19 2, 77 | and motive ~power. Hence a member is said to be weak, when 20 2, 77 | do the work of a ~healthy member, the eye, for instance, 21 2, 81 | body. Now the action of one member of the body, of the hand 22 2, 81 | sin that is committed by a member ~of the body, is not the 23 2, 81 | is not the sin of that member, except inasmuch as that ~ 24 2, 81 | except inasmuch as that ~member is a part of the man, for 25 2, 87 | in temporal matters, as a member either of the ~state or 26 2, 97 | dispenser, because to each member of the household he ~distributes 27 2, 102 | of ~concupiscence in that member. A third motive may have 28 2, 102 | applied to the generative member. Hence the ~Apostle says ( 29 2, 10 | health of a more important member of the body, so does sin ~ 30 2, 12 | taken away, man's ~every member and part loses its due disposition, 31 2, 37 | mutual ~adaptation of each member of a natural body is subordinate 32 2, 56 | the end of each individual member of a ~community, just as 33 2, 61 | to be chosen should be "a member of the flock." Now this 34 2, 62 | demands the excision of a member, through its being decayed 35 2, 63 | should be deprived of a member. Therefore it seems that 36 2, 63 | 1~I answer that, Since a member is part of the whole human 37 2, 63 | for the perfect. Hence a member ~of the human body is to 38 2, 63 | expedient for ~the body. Now a member of the human body is of 39 2, 63 | hurtful, as when ~a decayed member is a source of corruption 40 2, 63 | Accordingly ~so long as a member is healthy and retains its 41 2, 63 | although the removal of a member may be detrimental to the 42 2, 63 | so ~is he deprived of a member on account of certain lesser 43 2, 63 | consent of the owner ~of the member, because this would involve 44 2, 63 | belong. If, however, the member be decayed ~and therefore 45 2, 63 | consent of the owner of the member, to cut away the member 46 2, 63 | member, to cut away the member for ~the welfare of the 47 2, 63 | person who ~has a decayed member: otherwise it is altogether 48 2, 63 | good. But the removal of a member can be directed to the ~ 49 2, 63 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A member should not be removed for 50 2, 63 | otherwise than by cutting off a member, because sin is always ~ 51 2, 63 | so much by cutting off a member as by curbing ~one's thoughts."~ 52 2, 63 | harm ~than cutting off a member. Now it is unlawful to do 53 2, 98 | fact that the prelate or a member of the chapter of ~that 54 2, 152 | who is already an actual member of the ~human species attains 55 2, 186 | belong in some way to each ~member of the community; wherefore 56 3, 8 | of a man is a particular member, receiving ~an influx from 57 3, 8 | Further, Anti-christ is a member of the devil. Now the head 58 3, 8 | likewise Anti-christ is a ~member of the devil and yet is 59 3, 37 | the piece of skin in the ~member of generation, signified " 60 3, 62 | Christ." And man is made a member of Christ through grace 61 3, 62 | dies to vice and becomes a member of Christ: ~which effect 62 3, 66 | sin was affixed ~to the member of procreation; because 63 3, 68 | Christ, by becoming His member: wherefore it is written ~( 64 3, 68 | just as the pain of one member can be satisfactory for 65 3, 68 | for the ~sin of another member. Hence it is written (Is. 66 3, 68 | communicates the ~goods of one member to another.~Aquin.: SMT 67 3, 68 | Reply OBJ 2: An internal member of the mother is something 68 3, 69 | inasmuch as he is made a member of Christ, just as if he ~ 69 3, 69 | Christ, ~and is made His member, as stated above (A[3]; 70 3, 69 | take place also in ~the member incorporated. Now, from 71 3, 70 | rather than on the virile member.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[70] A[ 72 3, 70 | performed on the ~virile member. First, because it was a 73 3, 72 | baptized, who is ~already a member of the Church. Therefore 74 3, 72 | who is baptized is made a member of the Church, ~nevertheless 75 3, 73 | in Baptism he is made a member of Christ's ~body; nor is 76 3, 80 | Lord, when he is made a member ~of Christ's body in Baptism." 77 Suppl, 26| individual. And since a man is a ~member of a congregation, and a 78 Suppl, 27| On the contrary, A dead member receives no inflow from 79 Suppl, 27| mortal sin, is like a dead member. ~Therefore he receives 80 Suppl, 56| man, ~inasmuch as he is a member of the Church. Therefore 81 Suppl, 56| font, since he is not a member of the Church whom the godparent 82 Suppl, 62| man cannot at once be a member of a ~harlot and a member 83 Suppl, 62| member of a ~harlot and a member of Christ (1 Cor. 6:15). 84 Suppl, 62| fornication ceases to be a member of ~Christ, and therefore 85 Suppl, 62| her, does not ~become a member of a harlot. We might also 86 Suppl, 64| the head is the principal member, yet just as the ~members 87 Suppl, 71| body of the Church. Now one member is assisted by another. 88 Suppl, 74| members than between one member ~and another, as there is 89 Suppl, 74| over the members) than one member is to another, yet the head ~ 90 Suppl, 77| means. Now the end of each member is its act. Since then nothing 91 Suppl, 77| did through it. Now the member of which a thief ~has been 92 Suppl, 77| since the ~punishment of the member would redound to the punishment 93 Suppl, 77| craftsman. Therefore though ~the member which was cut off before 94 Suppl, 77| of ~humor to the form of member. Humidities of this kind 95 Suppl, 92| spouse. But Christ is a member of the Church according ~ 96 Suppl, 92| of Christ, and members of member, i.e. ~of Christ," according 97 Suppl, 92| this way Christ is ~not a member of the Church, but is the 98 Suppl, 92| thus Christ is said to be a member of the Church, inasmuch ~ 99 Suppl, 92| not very properly called a member, ~since a member implies 100 Suppl, 92| called a member, ~since a member implies a certain restriction, 101 Suppl, 92| although Christ be called a member of the Church in a ~certain 102 Suppl, 92| by no means be called a member of the bride; and ~therefore 103 Suppl, 92| same species as another member, for a ~hand is another 104 Suppl, 96| he may become a fitting member of the State, his punishment


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