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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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corrupt

   Part, Question
1 1, 2 | to be generated, and to corrupt, and consequently, they 2 1, 22 | that (Div. Nom. iv, 23) "to corrupt ~nature is not the work 3 1, 25 | so effect that what was corrupt should not have been ~corrupt.~ 4 1, 25 | corrupt should not have been ~corrupt.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[25] A[ 5 1, 25 | cannot make a thing that is corrupt not to have been ~corrupted." 6 1, 25 | the fact that she had been corrupt cannot be ~removed from 7 1, 48 | as a privation is said to corrupt good, forasmuch as ~it is 8 1, 49 | the more perfectly does it corrupt the ~contrary. Hence that 9 1, 49 | as a privation is said to corrupt good, forasmuch as ~it is 10 1, 50 | the more perfectly does it corrupt the ~contrary. Hence that 11 1, 84 | truly; and if anyone with a ~corrupt taste perceives that honey 12 1, 87 | merely to the fact that they ~corrupt the organ, but also to their 13 1, 101 | Among those things which ~corrupt the body from without, the 14 1, 103 | nothing can ~cause them to corrupt; such are spiritual substances 15 1, 103 | nature that nothing can corrupt ~them, so that it is not 16 2, 53 | that a false reason can corrupt the habit of a true opinion 17 2, 53 | movement of the reason can corrupt ~the habit of science, even 18 2, 71 | one ~sinful act does not corrupt virtue. Therefore they can 19 2, 71 | there is but one, cannot corrupt virtue, if we compare the 20 2, 74 | sensuality ever remains ~corrupt, so long as we abide in 21 2, 78 | because a ~bad habit does not corrupt reason altogether, something 22 2, 78 | First, through his having a corrupt ~disposition inclining him 23 2, 78 | suitable to it. Moreover this corrupt disposition is either a ~ 24 2, 81 | nature, which however it be corrupt, can be corrupted ~yet more 25 2, 81 | parent or of others, do ~not corrupt the nature as nature, but 26 2, 81 | OBJ 2: The flesh does not corrupt the soul, except in so far 27 2, 82 | a pure privation, but a corrupt habit.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 28 2, 82 | habit "inborn" due to our corrupt ~origin.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 82 | Now the cause of this ~corrupt disposition that is called 30 2, 82 | transmitted to ~man through his corrupt origin. As to the first, 31 2, 82 | the first principle of our corrupt origin, from which principle ~ 32 2, 83 | knowing that the vessel will corrupt the liquid. But the rational 33 2, 84 | denoting an inclination of a corrupt nature to ~desire corruptible 34 2, 94 | by vicious customs and corrupt habits, as among some men, 35 2, 95 | government, which is ~altogether corrupt, which, therefore, has no 36 2, 97 | the same people become so corrupt ~as to sell their votes, 37 2, 102 | occurs in men through a corrupt humor causing ~putrefaction 38 2, 102 | moist or too dry, engenders ~corrupt humors in the human body. 39 2, 105 | so is ~tyranny the most corrupt. But when the Lord appointed 40 2, 105 | people, so ~long as it is not corrupt. But since the power granted 41 2, 109 | virtue. But in the state of corrupt nature, man falls short 42 2, 109 | reasons, in the state of corrupt ~nature, viz. in order to 43 2, 109 | yet human nature is more corrupt by sin in regard to ~the 44 2, 109 | things. But in the state of corrupt nature man falls short of ~ 45 2, 109 | it; but in the state of corrupt nature man needs, even for ~ 46 2, 109 | nature, nor in the state of corrupt ~nature can man fulfil the 47 2, 109 | grace. Hence, ~Augustine (De Corrupt. et Grat. ii) having stated 48 2, 109 | 2/3~But in the state of corrupt nature man needs grace to 49 2, 114 | the second, a state of corrupt nature, in which ~we are 50 2, 2 | heretics, who are wont to corrupt the faith of simple people 51 2, 10 | grace, but does not wholly corrupt the good of nature. ~Since 52 2, 10 | the Old Law, which they corrupt by their false interpretations, 53 2, 10 | or ~pagans who strive to corrupt the faith in them, or else 54 2, 11 | the Christian faith, but corrupt its dogmas.~Aquin.: SMT 55 2, 11 | a much graver matter to corrupt the faith which quickens ~ 56 2, 15 | precepts regard sins, which corrupt virtue. ~Now virtue is corrupted 57 2, 19 | particular moment, has a ~corrupt estimate in a particular 58 2, 37 | added to schism, for it adds corrupt doctrine, as Jerome ~declares 59 2, 45 | contrary process, engender and corrupt virtue." Now the ~engendering 60 2, 49 | their judgment is always corrupt in the particular matter ~ 61 2, 61 | that judgment is rendered ~corrupt by respect of persons.~Aquin.: 62 2, 90 | not every diversity of corrupt ~circumstances differentiates 63 2, 92 | heretics, if they knowingly corrupt the faith which they ~have 64 2, 134 | state of integrity. But in corrupt nature the inclination of ~ 65 2, 152 | mortally ~on account of his corrupt intention. Now it has been 66 2, 154 | part of reason, ~which is corrupt as regards the estimate 67 2, 157 | from evil custom, or from a corrupt nature, as do other bestial ~ 68 2, 160 | and thus pride does not corrupt every ~virtue, but only 69 3, 4 | Whom it does not ~belong to corrupt any perfection in the creature 70 3, 4 | manifest, since, from a corrupt and weakened ~nature, He 71 3, 8 | posterity, inasmuch as the corrupt nature ~corrupts the person. 72 3, 28 | possible in ~a nature already corrupt, for flesh to be born from 73 3, 28 | word, when brought forth, corrupt the mind; nor does God, 74 3, 28 | that in His Birth He should corrupt His ~Mother's virginity. 75 3, 31 | Christ came to heal what was corrupt, it was not fitting that 76 3, 44 | should be proclaimed by a corrupt ~tongue" because "praise 77 3, 51 | were to say: "If My body corrupt, the profit of the blood 78 3, 54 | add corruption, lest he corrupt the ~health and purity of 79 3, 60 | changes its species. But some ~corrupt the pronunciation of words, 80 3, 68 | to the ~Church, lest they corrupt the faith of simple people, 81 3, 74 | sacrament may not be made from corrupt bread, as stated above ( 82 3, 74 | bread which is ~utterly corrupt, so neither can it be made 83 3, 74 | just as from bread turning ~corrupt, although he who does so 84 3, 83 | so long that they become ~corrupt, or that they are nibbled 85 3, 89 | those who do not mend their corrupt and wicked ways ~are neither 86 Suppl, 49| transmitted, is infected and ~corrupt, whereas the nutritive power, 87 Suppl, 49| transmitted, is neither corrupt nor infected; and again 88 Suppl, 50| which of ~their own nature corrupt a certain good are directed 89 Suppl, 67| lest mere ~suspicion should corrupt their judgment. But because 90 Suppl, 72| Now the ~latter did not corrupt the substance of the elements. 91 Suppl, 79| it, or contrary to it and corrupt it. The glorious bodies 92 Suppl, 83| apply this ~to a wicked or corrupt life, nor one passed in 93 Suppl, 93| an enemy who ~designs to corrupt the faith of Christ, and 94 Suppl, 95| referable to an ~evil and corrupt life, and a life of unhappiness,


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