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semblance 24
semel 2
semen 100
seminal 79
seminales 1
seminally 10
sempiternal 1
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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seminal

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | which are, as ~it were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, 2 1, 69 | does the question where the seminal ~power may reside, whether 3 1, 66 | which are, as ~it were, the seminal types of corporeal forms, 4 1, 70 | does the question where the seminal ~power may reside, whether 5 1, 96 | natural ~deterioration by seminal issue; so neither did he 6 1, 101 | third day, but in their seminal ~virtues; whereas, after 7 1, 114 | exist in bodies certain seminal virtues?~(3) Whether the 8 1, 114 | 1~Whether there are any seminal virtues in corporeal matter?~ 9 1, 114 | would seem that there are no seminal virtues in corporeal ~matter. 10 1, 114 | Therefore there are no ~seminal virtues in corporeal matter.~ 11 1, 114 | unreasonable to say that there are ~seminal virtues in corporeal matter.~ 12 1, 114 | Therefore there are no seminal ~virtues in corporeal matter.~ 13 1, 114 | production of things. But seminal virtues are not causal virtues: 14 1, 114 | are outside the scope of seminal virtues, but not of causal ~ 15 1, 114 | unreasonable to say that there are seminal ~virtues in corporeal matter.~ 16 1, 114 | fittingly gave the name of "seminal ~virtues" [seminales rationes] 17 1, 114 | Augustine when speaking of these seminal ~virtues, it is easy to 18 1, 114 | not, strictly speaking, "seminal virtues," ~because seed 19 1, 114 | wrought outside the scope of seminal virtues.~Aquin.: SMT FP 20 1, 117 | generated are ~produced by the seminal power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 21 1, 117 | the generator, or by some seminal power derived ~therefrom.~ 22 1, 117 | therefore impossible for the seminal power to produce the intellectual ~ 23 1, 117 | Body Para. 2/3~Again, the seminal power acts by virtue of 24 1, 117 | through the action of the seminal power, becomes a ~sensitive 25 1, 117 | indeed through the active seminal power, but by the power 26 1, 117 | generation of an animal, the ~seminal power disposes the matter, 27 1, 117 | like, forasmuch as by his seminal power the ~matter is disposed 28 1, 118 | Secondly, because the ~active seminal power is a certain impression 29 1, 118 | If, therefore, ~by the seminal power a certain matter truly 30 1, 118 | were in Adam ~"not only by seminal virtue, but also in the 31 1, 118 | need ~that the corporeal seminal matter should have been 32 1, 118 | as though ~the immediate seminal virtue, or the corporeal 33 1, 118 | and likewise the active seminal power of the father, ~which 34 1, 118 | which is the immediate seminal virtue (in the production) 35 1, 118 | substance," not according to the seminal virtue. Because the matter 36 1, 118 | Body was not formed by the seminal virtue of a man, but ~by 37 2, 17 | generation proceeds the seminal virtue, ~which is virtually 38 2, 27 | them according to certain seminal principles in the reason, 39 2, 44 | bowels, and urinary or even ~seminal evacuation. Or else such 40 2, 81 | begotten of ~Adam by way of seminal generation?~(4) Whether 41 2, 81 | son, ~on account of some seminal corruption, although this 42 2, 81 | been in Adam "according to seminal ~virtue," which alone is 43 2, 81 | descended from him through seminal power; for the ~seminal 44 2, 81 | seminal power; for the ~seminal power is nothing else than 45 2, 81 | but not according to seminal virtue, as stated above. ~ 46 2, 83 | were in him by reason of seminal virtue. Now our souls were 47 2, 83 | Adam, in respect of ~his seminal power, not indeed as in 48 2, 102 | the man who has suffered ~seminal loss signifies the uncleanness 49 2, 49 | the order of the active seminal force, and yet they come 50 2, 49 | by considering the active seminal force one ~could not pronounce 51 2, 145 | greater surplus available for seminal matter, which when ~abundant 52 2, 152 | when there is ~excess of seminal humor in the body, or when 53 3, 15 | in Adam as ~regards both seminal virtue and bodily substance, 54 3, 15 | not in Adam according to seminal virtue, but only according 55 3, 26 | defects which ~are conveyed by seminal generation, and are the 56 3, 31 | not ~there by reason of seminal virtue, because it was not 57 3, 31 | something ~imperfect in the seminal order, which, on account 58 3, 31 | possible to bring to complete seminal ~perfection. Consequently 59 3, 31 | it ~is imperfect in the seminal order, a certain concupiscence 60 3, 31 | into Christ's body by the seminal power derived from Adam. 61 3, 31 | substance: but not according to seminal virtue.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 62 3, 31 | patriarchs, according to seminal virtue, yet the Blessed 63 3, 31 | concupiscence, or according to seminal virtue; as ~stated above ( 64 3, 31 | substance, but also as to ~seminal virtue, by which original 65 3, 31 | descend ~from him, not by seminal virtue, but according to 66 3, 31 | descending from him according to seminal virtue. But this is not ~ 67 3, 32 | generation is called the ~"seminal virtue." But, as Augustine 68 3, 32 | formation, but not by any human seminal virtue." ~Therefore the 69 3, 35 | body was ~formed, not by a seminal process, but by the operation 70 3, 80 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the seminal loss that occurs during 71 3, 80 | 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that seminal loss does not hinder anyone 72 3, 80 | except on account of sin. But seminal loss happens without sin: ~ 73 3, 80 | this it is evident that seminal loss even of one awake, 74 3, 80 | But even supposing that seminal loss ~arises from some foregoing 75 3, 80 | some individuals suffer seminal ~loss without sin even in 76 Suppl, 77| much has been added to the ~seminal substance from the substance 77 Suppl, 77| thereof, that which was in the seminal substance will indeed rise 78 Suppl, 77| would ~have belonged to the seminal substance in those from 79 Suppl, 88| specifically, or at least as in a seminal principle, or even as in


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