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sex 87
sexes 24
sext 3
sexual 73
sexus 1
shabbiness 1
shabby 2
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73 owe
73 presuppose
73 refrain
73 sexual
73 surface
73 taste
73 transgression
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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sexual

   Part, Question
1 1, 92 | mind, wherein there is no sexual distinction of ~sex, but 2 1, 92 | mind, wherein there is no sexual distinction. Wherefore the 3 1, 95 | born of others; nor would sexual union have been ~sterile.~ 4 2, 31 | pleasures ~of the table and in sexual pleasures: whereas intelligible 5 2, 31 | such as those of food, sexual union, and the ~like, are 6 2, 31 | regards the species, as sexual intercourse, are said to ~ 7 2, 34 | greater: wherefore ~"in sexual pleasures," which are the 8 2, 35 | pleasures of the ~table or of sexual intercourse are sought, 9 2, 35 | loved more than food and sexual ~pleasure. But the temperate 10 2, 37 | that "in the ~moment of sexual pleasure, a man cannot understand 11 2, 46 | pleasures of the table and for sexual pleasures. But these things 12 2, 46 | pleasures of the table, and of sexual ~pleasures, is more natural 13 2, 60 | contrary, Chastity is about sexual pleasures, abstinence about ~ 14 2, 60 | pleasures of the ~table or of sexual intercourse, it will belong 15 2, 64 | which ~abstains from all sexual pleasure, observes the extreme, 16 2, 64 | virginity abstains from all sexual matters, and poverty ~from 17 2, 72 | lust, which consists in sexual pleasures. Hence the Apostle ~ 18 2, 77 | of the species, ~such as sexual matters: and the inordinate 19 2, 80 | have the desire for food, sexual ~pleasures and the like; 20 2, 84 | preservation of the species, e.g. ~sexual intercourse, which good 21 2, 94 | Just. I, tit. i], such as sexual intercourse, ~education 22 2, 94 | concupiscences of food, ~drink and sexual matters, which are indeed 23 2, 94 | nature; thus contrary ~to sexual intercourse, which is natural 24 2, 102 | nocturnal pollution, or to sexual intercourse. Because every 25 2, 102 | God." The uncleanness of sexual intercourse and of the woman ~ 26 2, 14 | by gluttony, forasmuch as sexual pleasures ~are more vehement 27 2, 19 | pleasures, among ~which, sexual pleasures hold the first 28 2, 51 | of prudence," and chiefly sexual pleasure which ~absorbs 29 2, 52 | matter, as lust is about sexual matters, ~while some vices 30 2, 56 | aforesaid operations: thus sexual ~lust leads to adultery, 31 2, 86 | dispensation. On the other hand sexual intercourse is directly 32 2, 116 | pleasures of the ~table and sexual pleasures: while spiritual 33 2, 139 | pleasures of meat and drink and sexual pleasures. Now ~these pleasures 34 2, 139 | necessary to man's life than sexual pleasures, which regard 35 2, 147 | but also about meat and sexual ~matters. Therefore sobriety 36 2, 149 | ashamed not only of this sexual union but also of all the 37 2, 149 | chastity ~regards rather sexual union. Therefore purity 38 2, 150 | continency that refrains from all sexual intercourse is the portion 39 2, 150 | pleasure which is that of sexual intercourse. Hence, Ambrose 40 2, 150 | man's wellbeing, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare 41 2, 151 | he refers to the act of sexual intercourse between the ~ 42 2, 151 | man's well being, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare 43 2, 151 | lesser good. In this way sexual intercourse casts down the 44 2, 151 | who has such a dislike for sexual ~intercourse as not to pay 45 2, 152 | well-being of the body, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare ~ 46 2, 152 | neither is all inordinate sexual intercourse; and this ~would 47 2, 152 | contrary, Rape is unlawful sexual intercourse, as Isidore 48 2, 152 | says that "adultery is ~sexual intercourse with another 49 2, 152 | determinate species of lust. Now sexual intercourse with women related ~ 50 2, 152 | contrary to ~natural reason in sexual intercourse between persons 51 2, 152 | as stated above (A[2]), sexual intercourse, ~being directed 52 2, 152 | person, who is desired for ~sexual intercourse, and thus it 53 2, 154 | soul but to ~the body. For sexual diversity comes not from 54 2, 154 | but from the body. ~Now sexual diversity causes diversity 55 2, 184 | service. Now the use ~of sexual union hinders the mind from 56 3, 28 | for flesh to be born from sexual intercourse ~without incurring 57 3, 31 | Mary was His Mother, not by sexual intercourse but retaining 58 3, 31 | accompanies conception by sexual union. But ~this was not 59 3, 31 | other men: inasmuch as by ~sexual intercourse this blood is 60 3, 35 | and without the stain of sexual mingling, therefore ~did 61 3, 37 | which had been closed to sexual union, in such a way that 62 Suppl, 46| consents by deed ~to the act of sexual union, and does not merely 63 Suppl, 64| ashamed to come together in ~sexual intercourse have their sin 64 Suppl, 65| which ~nature intends in sexual union is the begetting and 65 Suppl, 65| Accordingly to ~make use of sexual intercourse on account of 66 Suppl, 65| expressive of that union ~where sexual intercourse is sought after 67 Suppl, 65| that is nature's aim in sexual intercourse, ~there can 68 Suppl, 93| necessary for life, than in sexual matters without which life ~ 69 Suppl, 93| continence, since it ~is by sexual pleasures that the soul 70 Suppl, 93| have been deflowered desire sexual intercourse the ~more for 71 Suppl, 93| though they were capable of sexual ~intercourse, they must 72 Suppl, 93| the first place, just as sexual concupiscences are chief 73 Suppl, 93| abstains altogether from sexual pleasures which are the ~


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