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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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semen

    Part, Question
1 1, 77 | thing itself, which is the semen ~containing the principle 2 1, 77 | power that prepares this semen; and this is the ~generative 3 1, 77 | living things is from a semen, it ~is necessary that in 4 1, 91 | human race; just as the semen ~belongs to the perfection 5 1, 91 | naturally begotten is the human semen of man or woman. Wherefore 6 1, 96 | of the human race, as the semen in man, who is a ~principle 7 1, 99 | transfused by virtue of the ~semen; but would have been conferred 8 1, 117 | is transmitted with the semen?~(2) Whether the intellectual 9 1, 117 | is transmitted with the semen?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 10 1, 117 | not transmitted with the ~semen, but created by God. For 11 1, 117 | thereof is actually in the semen, for ~no part of the sensitive 12 1, 117 | the body; ~while in the semen there is not even a particle 13 1, 117 | which is not made from the semen and ~by the power thereof. 14 1, 117 | not produced ~through the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 15 1, 117 | Further, if there be in the semen any principle productive 16 1, 117 | cannot be generated from ~the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 17 1, 117 | contrary, The power in the semen is to the animal seminally ~ 18 1, 117 | generation, because ~the semen of the animal or plant derives 19 1, 117 | active force which is in the semen, and which is ~derived from 20 1, 117 | the (vital) ~spirit in the semen which is frothy, as is attested 21 1, 117 | active force ~is in the semen of the male, as the Philosopher 22 1, 117 | the power which is in the ~semen of the male, until it is 23 1, 117 | itself which was in the semen becomes the ~sensitive soul; 24 1, 117 | active principle in the semen, has been produced in one 25 1, 117 | power which was in the ~semen, it ceases to exist, when 26 1, 117 | ceases to exist, when the semen is dissolved and the (vital) ~ 27 1, 117 | soul is produced from the semen?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 28 1, 117 | soul is produced from the ~semen. For it is written (Gn. 29 1, 117 | a ~man, except from the semen. Therefore the intellectual 30 1, 117 | soul is produced ~from the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 31 1, 117 | man is generated from the semen, as in other ~animals; wherefore 32 1, 117 | soul is produced from the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 33 1, 117 | produced by the power of the semen. Therefore ~the intellectual 34 1, 117 | produced by the power of the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 35 1, 117 | intellectual, cannot reach the semen. Hence the Philosopher ~ 36 1, 117 | is transmitted with the semen.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 37 1, 117 | formative power of the semen. Both of these explanations 38 1, 118 | nature?~(2) Whether the semen, which is the principle 39 1, 118 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the semen is produced from surplus 40 1, 118 | It would seem that the semen is not produced from the 41 1, 118 | generated is produced from the semen. Therefore the semen is 42 1, 118 | the semen. Therefore the semen is produced ~from the substance 43 1, 118 | receives from him. But if the semen from which something is 44 1, 118 | suchlike. If therefore, the semen were produced from ~surplus 45 1, 118 | the man begotten of such semen would be more akin to the ~ 46 1, 118 | this would not be, if the semen were produced from surplus 47 1, 118 | surplus food. ~Therefore the semen is not produced therefrom. ~ 48 1, 118 | Animal. ~i, 18) that "the semen is surplus food."~Aquin.: 49 1, 118 | is not possible that the semen be a kind of solution from 50 1, 118 | of each part. Thus ~the semen would be a small animal 51 1, 118 | said, therefore, that the semen is not something ~separated 52 1, 118 | the members. Therefore the semen is taken from this. In this 53 1, 118 | nutritive power is employed as semen by the generative ~power. 54 1, 118 | require much food, have little semen in proportion to ~the size 55 1, 118 | plants, inasmuch as the semen owes its virtue to the form 56 1, 118 | but that there be in the semen a virtue derived from the 57 2, 81 | origin, is ~caused by the semen. But the semen cannot cause 58 2, 81 | caused by the semen. But the semen cannot cause sin, because 59 2, 81 | less, therefore, can the semen infect the soul.~Aquin.: 60 2, 81 | is ~transmitted with the semen, so that thus an infected 61 2, 81 | the transmission of the semen, albeit the semen itself 62 2, 81 | of the semen, albeit the semen itself is ~not the subject 63 2, 81 | because the power in ~the semen is not able to cause the 64 2, 81 | nevertheless the motion ~of the semen is a disposition to the 65 2, 81 | rational soul: ~so that the semen by its own power transmits 66 2, 81 | guilt is not actually in the semen, yet human ~nature is there 67 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The semen is the principle of generation, 68 2, 81 | is ~more infected by the semen, than by the flesh which 69 2, 83 | original sin by the carnal semen. ~Therefore original sin 70 2, 83 | whereas it is in the bodily semen, as in its ~instrumental 71 2, 83 | the active power of the semen that ~original sin together 72 2, 83 | Original sin is caused by the semen as instrumental cause. ~ 73 2, 83 | principle: because the bodily semen, which is transmitted ~from 74 2, 83 | transmitted through the carnal semen. ~But the other powers of 75 2, 25 | formative power that is in the semen of the father. And though 76 2, 146 | especially to the emission of the semen. Hence a gloss on Eph. 5: 77 2, 150 | chiefly in resolution ~of the semen: and this may take place 78 2, 150 | is the resolution of the semen, causing ~sensible pleasure. 79 2, 150 | pleasure in resolution of the semen is ~related thereto materially; 80 2, 150 | resulting from resolution of semen may arise in ~two ways. 81 2, 150 | are subject to a ~flow of semen. In such cases virginity 82 2, 151 | consists in the emission of semen which is the surplus ~from 83 2, 151 | Gener. Anim. ~i, 18), "the semen is a surplus that is needed." 84 2, 151 | different with the emission of semen, ~which should be accomplished 85 3, 28 | human form appears to be the semen ~of male and female. If 86 3, 28 | was not conceived of the ~semen of male and female, it would 87 3, 31 | purest blood but ~from the semen and the menstrual blood. 88 3, 31 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Woman's semen is not apt for generation, 89 3, 31 | perfection. Consequently this semen is not the necessary matter 90 3, 31 | as also that of the male semen: whereas in that virginal ~ 91 3, 32 | the soul which is in the semen, through ~the spirit enclosed 92 3, 32 | menstrual blood, but also the ~semen, which, being mingled with 93 3, 32 | there was no resolution of ~semen, by reason of her inviolate 94 3, 32 | mothers have by reason of the semen ~resolved. But this cannot 95 3, 35 | partial separation of the ~semen. But, as Damascene says ( 96 3, 35 | resolution of the woman's semen is not necessary for conception; 97 3, 80 | without sin, so also can ~the semen which is superfluity of 98 Suppl, 54| between the person born of semen and that ~which he eats, 99 Suppl, 54| proximately changed into the semen, ~as proved in De Gener. 100 Suppl, 54| a child of her father's semen and with the father rear ~


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