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folly 87
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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fomes

    Part, Question
1 2, 56 | rather the infection of the "fomes": whereas, inasmuch as ~ 2 2, 74 | understood as referring to the "fomes," which is never completely ~ 3 2, 74 | this corruption of the "fomes" does not ~hinder man from 4 2, 81 | its effect as regards the "fomes," which is the ~disorder 5 2, 89 | Jesus Christ, ~although the "fomes" of concupiscence remain. 6 2, 91 | Whether there is a law in the fomes of sin?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 7 2, 91 | there is no law of the "fomes" of sin. For ~Isidore says ( 8 2, 91 | based on reason." But the "fomes" ~of sin is not based on 9 2, 91 | from it. Therefore the ~"fomes" has not the nature of a 10 2, 91 | the instigations of the "fomes"; but rather from his following ~ 11 2, 91 | following ~them. Therefore the "fomes" has not the nature of a 12 2, 91 | Q[90], A[2]). But the "fomes" inclines us, not to the 13 2, 91 | private good. Therefore the "fomes" has not the nature of sin.~ 14 2, 91 | sensuality which is called the ~"fomes," in other animals has simply 15 2, 91 | argument considers the "fomes" in itself, as an ~incentive 16 2, 91 | transgressors. But the "fomes" is not a law in this respect, 17 2, 91 | argument considers the "fomes" as to its proper ~inclination, 18 2, 91 | reason. But it is called "fomes" in so far as it strays 19 2, 93 | which is the law of the ~"fomes," suffice what we have said 20 2, 93 | For there is a law of the "fomes," as stated above (Q[91], 21 2, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The "fomes" has the nature of law in 22 2, 117 | the concupiscence of the "fomes" [*Cf. FS, Q[81], A[3], 23 3, 15 | Whether there was the "fomes" of sin in Him?~(3) Whether 24 3, 15 | 1~Whether there was the "fomes" of sin in Christ?~Aquin.: 25 3, 15 | in Christ there was the "fomes" of sin. For ~the "fomes" 26 3, 15 | fomes" of sin. For ~the "fomes" of sin, and the passibility 27 3, 15 | Therefore there was also the "fomes" of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 28 3, 15 | pleasures. Now since the "fomes" of sin is nothing more 29 3, 15 | in Christ ~there was the "fomes" of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 30 3, 15 | it is by reason of the "fomes" of sin that "the flesh ~ 31 3, 15 | especially seem that the "fomes" of sin ought to have been 32 3, 15 | is implied in the word "fomes." Therefore in ~Christ there 33 3, 15 | ought not to have been the "fomes" of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 34 3, 15 | the very nature of ~the "fomes" of sin an inclination of 35 3, 15 | any man, the weaker the "fomes" of sin becomes in him. ~ 36 3, 15 | their highest degree, the ~"fomes" of sin was nowise in Him; 37 3, 15 | body; ~yet it excludes the "fomes" of sin, the nature of which 38 3, 15 | in Christ there was the "fomes" of sin, ~for this implies 39 3, 15 | assault on the ~part of the "fomes" of sin, He sustained an 40 3, 15 | in Christ excluded the "fomes" of sin, so the fulness 41 3, 15 | knowledge. Hence, even as the ~"fomes" of sin was not in Christ, 42 3, 15 | to be the same as the ~"fomes" of sin, hence the Apostle ( 43 3, 15 | passions of ~sins." Now the "fomes" of sin was not in Christ, 44 3, 15 | Christ, as ~neither was the "fomes" of sin.~Aquin.: SMT TP 45 3, 18 | the ~corruption of the "fomes," which was not in Christ.~ 46 3, 27 | this sanctification the fomes of sin was ~entirely taken 47 3, 27 | from the infection of the fomes?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 48 3, 27 | from the ~infection of the fomes. For just as the fomes, 49 3, 27 | the fomes. For just as the fomes, consisting in the ~rebellion 50 3, 27 | penalties. Therefore ~the fomes was not entirely removed 51 3, 27 | refers to the weakness of the fomes, by reason of which ~he ( 52 3, 27 | it was unfitting that the fomes ~should be entirely taken 53 3, 27 | of purification from the ~fomes: for she committed no sin, 54 3, 27 | absolutely ~cleansed from the fomes.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 55 3, 27 | a spot in thee!" But the fomes implies a blemish, ~at any 56 3, 27 | the flesh. Therefore the fomes was not in the Blessed ~ 57 3, 27 | some have ~held that the fomes was entirely taken away 58 3, 27 | first sanctification, the ~fomes remained essentially, but 59 3, 27 | must be observed that the fomes is ~nothing but a certain 60 3, 27 | Consequently it is essential to the fomes to incline to evil, or ~ 61 3, 27 | Wherefore to say that the fomes was in the Blessed ~Virgin 62 3, 27 | contradiction to say that the fomes ~remained as to the corruption 63 3, 27 | and therefore, ~if the fomes were entirely taken away 64 3, 27 | to say, either that the fomes was entirely ~taken away 65 3, 27 | fettered. ~Now that the fomes was entirely taken away, 66 3, 27 | certainly did not have the fomes of sin; as also was the 67 3, 27 | flesh should be without the fomes, which is ~called "the law 68 3, 27 | Virgin was not freed from the fomes in its essence, but that 69 3, 27 | entire freedom from the fomes redounded from the Child 70 3, 27 | He did not assume the ~fomes. Consequently in order that 71 3, 27 | her grace was derived, the fomes was at ~first fettered and 72 3, 27 | flesh, that pertains to the fomes, ~is indeed to holy men 73 3, 27 | from the stain of sin or fomes, but ~rather gave her mind 74 3, 27 | purified her entirely from the fomes.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 75 3, 27 | first sanctification the fomes remained in the ~Virgin. 76 3, 27 | Virgin. Now the motion of the fomes, even if it precede the 77 3, 27 | After her sanctification the fomes remained in the Blessed ~ 78 3, 27 | would. not have had the fomes, which is contrary to what 79 3, 27 | mentioned ~fettering (of the fomes) was perfected by divine 80 3, 27 | motion to result from the fomes.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[27] A[ 81 3, 27 | entirely cleansed from the ~fomes: lastly, in her glorification 82 3, 39 | there still remain ~the fomes of sin assailing us from 83 3, 66 | the concupiscence of the fomes. By reason of its ~transparency, 84 3, 70 | the concupiscence of the fomes, nor again for the ~fulfilment 85 3, 79 | But the lessening ~of the fomes, which is the law of sin, 86 3, 79 | directly to lessen ~the fomes, yet it does lessen it as 87 3, 86 | than of habits, like the "fomes" which remains after Baptism.~ 88 Suppl, 12| cause of actual sin is the fomes. [*"Fomes" ~signifies literally " 89 Suppl, 12| actual sin is the fomes. [*"Fomes" ~signifies literally "fuel," 90 Suppl, 12| But we cannot remove the "fomes" in this life. ~Therefore 91 Suppl, 12| this ~life, albeit the "fomes," which is the remote cause 92 Suppl, 72| is the ~corruption of the fomes [*Cf. FS, Q[83], A[3]; FS, 93 Suppl, 75| which is ~the flame of the fomes [*Cf. FS, Q[82], A[3]] whereby 94 Suppl, 93| with ~the corruption of the fomes [*Cf. TP, Q[27], A[3]]. 95 Suppl, 93| from the inclination of the fomes on account of the ~perfection 96 Suppl, 93| the inclination of the fomes, nor can temptation from 97 Appen1, 2| except on account of the fomes. ~Wherefore in the original 98 Appen1, 2| sensuality; because the fomes will cease when the soul 99 Appen1, 2| from the corruption of the fomes, which ~will no longer be 100 Appen1, 2| from the proneness of the fomes, ~sin results in the mind; 101 Appen1, 2| wherefore even when the fomes is no more, sin ~can still


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