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fellowship 142
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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female

   Part, Question
1 1, 90 | 5: Further, the male and female sex belong to the body, 2 1, 90 | not have added, "male and female ~He created them."~Aquin.: 3 1, 91 | Gener. ii, 3), ~that "the female is a misbegotten male." 4 1, 91 | the passive power to the female. ~And as among animals there 5 1, 91 | continual union with the female in perfect animals, but 6 1, 91 | this means the ~male and female are one, as in plants they 7 1, 91 | forces in man; so that the female should be ~produced separately 8 1, 91 | only the male but also the female.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 9 1, 91 | in the other animals the female ~was not made from the male. 10 1, 91 | same matter. But ~male and female are of the same species. 11 1, 91 | made from man that (for the female to be from the ~male) in 12 1, 91 | in which ~the male and female live together for life; 13 1, 91 | 12), the human male and female are united, not only for 14 1, 92 | it is added, "Male and ~female He created them" (Gn. 1: 15 1, 92 | He created him; male and female He created ~them." But the 16 1, 92 | distinction of male and female is in the body. Therefore ~ 17 1, 92 | him," it added, "male ~and female He created them," not to 18 1, 92 | there is neither male nor female" [*these words are in ~reality 19 1, 97 | that God made man male and female before sin, ~because He 20 1, 97 | male and the passive is ~female; the order of nature demands 21 1, 97 | concurrence of male and female. The second thing to be ~ 22 1, 98 | But ~established male and female in human nature, as it is 23 1, 98 | state of innocence male and female would have been ~born.~Aquin.: 24 1, 114 | called seed also which the ~female contributes as the passive 25 1, 114 | may be ~male, the other female. Therefore the heavenly 26 1, 114 | male, ~sometimes into a female. Augustine quotes this as 27 1, 117 | matter is provided by the female. In this matter, ~the vegetative 28 2, 18 | implies union of male and female, but not ~inasmuch as it 29 2, 102 | and sin-offerings. But no female animals ~was offered up 30 2, 102 | it was inconsistent that female ~animals should be offered 31 2, 102 | holocaust: because ~the female is an imperfect animal. 32 2, 102 | weakness, denoted by the female sex; while ~the color of 33 2, 105 | should be granted to the female line in ~order to comfort 34 2, 25 | Gener. Animal. i, 20), "the ~female produces the body in generation." 35 2, 55 | is commensurate ~with the female to beget offspring by her, 36 2, 80 | simplicity and members of the female sex, who ~are defective 37 2, 152 | needs care ~of both male and female, that these come together 38 2, 152 | the male with a certain female, whether one or several; 39 2, 152 | those animals, where ~the female alone suffices for the offspring' 40 2, 152 | sex, ~male with male, or female with female, as the Apostle 41 2, 152 | with male, or female with female, as the Apostle states ( 42 2, 162 | for the disposition of the female sex is such that ~offspring 43 2, 162 | the imperfection of the female sex. Again it belongs to 44 2, 175 | condition attaching to the ~female sex, whereby woman should 45 2, 175 | there is neither male nor female [*Vulg.: 'Neither Gentile 46 3, 27 | since this befitted not the female sex, according to 1 Tim. ~ 47 3, 28 | the mingling ~of male and female, it seems that Christ was 48 3, 28 | be the semen ~of male and female. If therefore Christ's body 49 3, 28 | of the ~semen of male and female, it would not have been 50 3, 28 | are not wont to trace the ~female line in genealogies": secondly, " 51 3, 28 | signifying woman to those of the female ~sex who are virgins."~Aquin.: 52 3, 28 | by way of ~agent: and the female alone supplies the matter. 53 3, 31 | sex is more noble than the female. ~But it was most suitable 54 3, 31 | that the liberation of the female sex should be ~manifested 55 3, 31 | sex is more noble than the female, and for this ~reason He 56 3, 31 | the male sex. But lest the female sex ~should be despised, 57 3, 31 | generation of an animal the female supplies the ~matter, while 58 3, 31 | the imperfection of ~the female power, it has not been possible 59 3, 32 | distinguish the male and female sexes, unless the ~action 60 3, 32 | distinct from that of the female. Now, in ~generation there 61 3, 32 | passive on the part of the female. For ~this reason in plants, 62 3, 32 | distinction of male and female.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 63 3, 32 | generative power of the female is imperfect compared to ~ 64 3, 32 | generative power of the female ~prepares the matter, which 65 3, 36 | there is neither male nor female, [*These words are in ~reality 66 3, 55 | glory is concerned, that the female sex shall suffer ~no hurt; 67 3, 66 | there is neither male nor female" ~(Gal. 3:23) . . . "neither 68 3, 67 | there is neither male nor female. Consequently, just as a ~ 69 3, 67 | carnal generation male and female co-operate according ~to 70 3, 67 | proper nature; wherefore the female cannot be the ~active, but 71 3, 70 | there is neither male nor female," as is written Col. 3 [* 72 3, 72 | there is ~neither male nor female." Consequently it matters 73 Suppl, 39| inquiry: ~(1) Whether the female sex is an impediment to 74 Suppl, 39| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the female sex is an impediment to 75 Suppl, 39| It would seem that the female sex is no impediment to 76 Suppl, 39| is not ~possible in the female sex to signify eminence 77 Suppl, 41| The ~union of male and female, which we call matrimony, 78 Suppl, 41| no tie between ~male and female; whereas in those whose 79 Suppl, 41| great tie between male and ~female, to which tie even the generic 80 Suppl, 42| beginning 'made them male and female'"?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[42] 81 Suppl, 45| father's power, not as a female slave ~without power over 82 Suppl, 52| produce a male ~it produces a female which is "a misbegotten 83 Suppl, 54| OBJ 3: Union of male and female is said to be of natural 84 Suppl, 57| difference between male and female, bondman and free, youth 85 Suppl, 58| in procreation, and the female is the ~patient, wherefore 86 Suppl, 58| in the male than in the ~female for the act of procreation. 87 Suppl, 65| should be ~united to but one female, since with many animals 88 Suppl, 65| offspring the male is to the female as agent to ~patient, and 89 Suppl, 65| both, namely ~the male and female, by natural instinct cling 90 Suppl, 65| male is more jealous of the female than "vice ~versa."~Aquin.: 91 Suppl, 65| obligation which binds the female and ~her mate to remain 92 Suppl, 78| will rise again not in the female but in ~the male sex.~Aquin.: 93 Suppl, 78| the resurrection. Now the female sex is produced beside the 94 Suppl, 78| Animal. ii) that "the ~female is a misbegotten male." 95 Suppl, 78| misbegotten male." Therefore the female sex will not rise ~again.~ 96 Suppl, 78| He will also restore the female sex at the resurrection.~


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