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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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transmitted

   Part, Question
1 1, 99 | soul. But the soul is not ~transmitted from the parent. Therefore 2 1, 99 | righteousness have ~been transmitted from parents, to the children.~ 3 1, 99 | nature, wherefore it is transmitted from the parent to ~the 4 1, 99 | rational soul, which is not ~transmitted by the parent, is infused 5 1, 99 | committed any evil to be transmitted to their descendants, ~nor 6 1, 99 | neither would the parents have transmitted to their ~descendants the 7 1, 117 | Whether the sensitive soul is transmitted with the semen?~(2) Whether 8 1, 117 | intellectual soul is thus transmitted?~(3) Whether all souls were 9 1, 117 | Whether the sensitive soul is transmitted with the semen?~Aquin.: 10 1, 117 | the sensitive soul is not transmitted with the ~semen, but created 11 1, 117 | the intellectual soul is transmitted with the semen.~Aquin.: 12 2, 17 | whereby original sin is ~transmitted to posterity.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 46 | anger is more ~liable to be transmitted from parent to child, than 14 2, 81 | Whether man's first sin is transmitted, by way of origin to his ~ 15 2, 81 | any other ~parents, are transmitted to their descendants, by 16 2, 81 | Further, an accident is not transmitted by way of origin, unless ~ 17 2, 81 | unless ~its subject be also transmitted, since accidents do not 18 2, 81 | subject of sin, is ~not transmitted by way of origin, as was 19 2, 81 | Therefore neither can any sin be transmitted by way of origin.~Aquin.: 20 2, 81 | 3: Further, whatever is transmitted by way of human origin, 21 2, 81 | sin of the first man is transmitted to his descendants, by way ~ 22 2, 81 | our first parent could be ~transmitted by way of origin to his 23 2, 81 | that the rational soul is ~transmitted with the semen, so that 24 2, 81 | the parent's soul can be transmitted ~to the children, even though 25 2, 81 | even though the soul be not transmitted, from the fact ~that defects 26 2, 81 | defects of the body are transmitted from parent to child - thus 27 2, 81 | some ~bodily defects are transmitted by way of origin from parent 28 2, 81 | defects of the soul are transmitted in ~consequence, on account 29 2, 81 | the rational soul ~were transmitted, from the very fact that 30 2, 81 | Hence the sin which is thus ~transmitted by the first parent to his 31 2, 81 | before us: because guilt is transmitted by ~the way of origin from 32 2, 81 | son, even as actual sin is transmitted ~through being imitated.~ 33 2, 81 | Although the soul is not transmitted, because the power in ~the 34 2, 81 | of nearer ancestors are ~transmitted to their descendants?~Aquin.: 35 2, 81 | of nearer ancestors, are transmitted to their descendants. For ~ 36 2, 81 | nearer ancestors is also ~transmitted to their descendants.~Aquin.: 37 2, 81 | nearer ancestors are not transmitted to their descendants. Much ~ 38 2, 81 | of our first parent to be transmitted ~by way of origin. The reason 39 2, 81 | affecting them, are not ~transmitted by parents to their children: 40 2, 81 | nature of ~the species, are transmitted by parents to their children, 41 2, 81 | natural disposition, are transmitted to the ~children, e.g. fleetness 42 2, 81 | nature ~was to have been transmitted to his posterity, so also 43 2, 81 | consequently other sins are ~not transmitted.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 44 2, 81 | sin of the first parent is transmitted, by the way of origin, ~ 45 2, 81 | the first parent is not ~transmitted, by the way of origin, to 46 2, 81 | the gift of Christ is not ~transmitted to all men: neither, therefore, 47 2, 81 | of our ~first parent, is transmitted to his posterity, just as, 48 2, 81 | soul's ~will, actual sin is transmitted to the members of the body, 49 2, 81 | that actual sin can be ~transmitted to all such members as have 50 2, 81 | Therefore original sin is transmitted to all those who are ~moved 51 2, 81 | 3: Just as Adam's sin is transmitted to all who are born of ~ 52 2, 81 | so is the grace of Christ transmitted to all that are ~begotten 53 2, 81 | AA[1],3), original sin is transmitted ~from the first parent to 54 2, 81 | sin, that original sin is transmitted to those to whom his active ~ 55 2, 81 | if the woman would have transmitted original sin to ~her children, 56 2, 81 | Therefore original sin is transmitted to the children, not by 57 2, 81 | 1]) that original sin is transmitted ~by the first parent in 58 2, 81 | sin ~would not have been transmitted to posterity on account 59 2, 82 | character of fault through being transmitted from our first ~parent, 60 2, 82 | of our ~first parent was transmitted to his posterity. Wherefore 61 2, 82 | parent, from whom it is transmitted to ~man through his corrupt 62 2, 83 | together with human nature is transmitted to the child. But ~original 63 2, 83 | A[1]), original sin ~is transmitted from the will of our first 64 2, 83 | same way as actual sin is ~transmitted from any man's will to his 65 2, 83 | the bodily semen, which is transmitted ~from Adam, does not of 66 2, 83 | Further, original sin is transmitted through the carnal semen. ~ 67 2, 83 | of such a nature as to be transmitted from one subject to ~another: 68 2, 83 | corruption of original sin is ~transmitted by the act of generation, 69 2, 83 | But in so far as it ~is transmitted to the offspring, it belongs 70 2, 103 | parent, from which sin was ~transmitted to a men, was not disobedience 71 2, 106 | when one person's sin is ~transmitted to another, either by "imitation," 72 2, 151 | effect. Now original ~sin is transmitted to children by concupiscence, 73 2, 162 | whole human nature to be ~transmitted by them to their posterity, 74 2, 162 | our first parents' sin is transmitted ~to all, as we have stated 75 2, 162 | according to the law of nature, ~transmitted from our first parents. 76 3, 8 | from original sin ~which he transmitted to his posterity. Hence 77 3, 8 | sin of ~the first man is transmitted to posterity, inasmuch as 78 3, 19 | of the whole ~nature, is transmitted to others by carnal propagation. 79 3, 27 | Reply OBJ 4: Original sin is transmitted through the origin, inasmuch 80 3, 27 | origin the human nature is transmitted, and original sin, ~properly 81 3, 27 | sanctification. This is not transmitted to the children begotten ~ 82 3, 31 | by which original sin is transmitted. Consequently, they ~all 83 3, 42 | God, and that it should be transmitted through them ~to the Gentiles: 84 3, 66 | although original sin is transmitted through the members that 85 Suppl, 43| leprosy, which is wont to be transmitted to ~the children), the betrothal 86 Suppl, 49| whereby original sin is transmitted, is infected and ~corrupt, 87 Suppl, 49| which original sin is not ~transmitted, is neither corrupt nor 88 Suppl, 58| slave of ~the devil was transmitted to us by the act of the 89 Suppl, 64| besides this disease is often transmitted to ~the offspring. Therefore 90 Suppl, 87| But the judicial power was transmitted from the Father to the ~ 91 Appen1, 1| judge it." Now the defect transmitted to us ~through our origin,


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