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nourishes 11
nourishing 5
nourishment 73
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73 enlightenment
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73 nourishment
73 offices
73 ordinance
73 outwardly
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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nourishment

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | four kinds of life, namely, nourishment, sensation, local movement 2 1, 18 | nothing more ~than taking nourishment, and, as a consequence, 3 1, 18 | preserve the species, and nourishment to ~preserve the individual. 4 1, 76 | primary principle of our nourishment, sensation, and local ~movement; 5 1, 75 | primary principle of our nourishment, sensation, and local ~movement; 6 1, 77 | decrease and increase due to nourishment." Therefore there ~are only 7 1, 91 | by transformation of the nourishment. Nevertheless, we say that 8 1, 95 | use of the earth for their nourishment, and ~animals make use of 9 1, 96 | Further, food is needed for nourishment. But nourishment involves ~ 10 1, 96 | needed for nourishment. But nourishment involves ~passibility. Since, 11 1, 114 | them to life, gives them nourishment, growth, and perfection."~ 12 1, 117 | as it begins to attract nourishment, then it already operates ~ 13 1, 117 | this would be more like nourishment and growth than ~generation, 14 1, 117 | perfection of its own ~body, by nourishment and growth. As to the active 15 1, 117 | functions such as feeling, nourishment, and growth cannot be from ~ 16 1, 118 | increase through a change of nourishment into the body ~so nourished, 17 1, 118 | process of generation and nourishment, ~which are called "natural 18 1, 118 | bodies, in which by means of nourishment that is renewed ~which was 19 2, 14 | cannot live without suitable nourishment. ~Of such things counsel 20 2, 102 | fat is a sign of abundant nourishment. Wherefore, in ~order to 21 2, 102 | general and a coarser kind of nourishment; the latter, a sweeter ~ 22 2, 102 | right hand, while temporal nourishment belongs on ~the left, according 23 2, 102 | which was intended for the nourishment ~of her offspring, were 24 2, 22 | draw their sustenance and nourishment therefrom, and ~not in the 25 2, 37 | bands, being supplied with nourishment and compacted, groweth unto ~ 26 2, 42 | intellective soul, because our nourishment, sensation, and ~understanding 27 2, 76 | so far as it administers nourishment. Hence the comparison ~fails.~ 28 2, 99 | have given us birth and nourishment. ~Consequently man is debtor 29 2, 139 | its being suitable for ~nourishment.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[141] A[ 30 2, 141 | For some are directed to nourishment: and in these as regards ~ 31 2, 145 | whether by excessive lack of nourishment, or by eating or ~sleeping 32 2, 145 | because they need much ~nourishment owing to the demands of 33 2, 145 | results from the ~residuum of nourishment. Wherefore as long as the 34 2, 145 | are not taken ~chiefly for nourishment, but for digestion. Hence 35 2, 145 | pleasure as food, and ~greater nourishment to the human body, so that 36 2, 145 | which is most productive of nourishment, ~that conduces to the production 37 2, 146 | matters connected with the nourishment of the body. Secondly, ~ 38 2, 146 | sake, but for the body's ~nourishment. Therefore gluttony is not 39 2, 147 | combination of wet and dry nourishment. Therefore ~sobriety, which 40 2, 147 | in things pertaining to nourishment, drink is ~distinguished 41 2, 152 | the mother's care ~for his nourishment, but much more the care 42 2, 177 | plants is said to consist in nourishment ~and generation; the life 43 3, 8 | bands being supplied with ~nourishment and compacted groweth unto 44 3, 13 | health of the body and its nourishment and ~growth are not subject 45 3, 65 | Lk. 24:49). Thirdly, by ~nourishment, whereby life and strength 46 3, 65 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Nourishment both precedes growth, as 47 3, 67 | the new-born child needs nourishment and guidance: wherefore, ~ 48 3, 68 | mother's womb receives nourishment not independently, but through 49 3, 68 | independently, but through the ~nourishment of its mother, so also children 50 3, 70 | bread, which we use for nourishment. But, in cutting, we use 51 3, 73 | sacrament as spiritual ~nourishment.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 52 3, 77 | while the form of the nourishment passes away: hence it is 53 3, 77 | said in De ~Anima ii that nourishment is at first unlike, but 54 3, 79 | this sacrament is spiritual nourishment. But nourishment is only 55 3, 79 | spiritual nourishment. But nourishment is only given to ~the living. 56 3, 79 | not to eat the ~spiritual nourishment, since nourishment is confined 57 3, 79 | spiritual nourishment, since nourishment is confined to the living; 58 3, 79 | himself by way of spiritual nourishment, which is ~unbecoming to 59 3, 79 | of nourishing food. Now ~nourishment from food is requisite for 60 3, 79 | Christ and His members, as nourishment ~is united with the person 61 3, 80 | because they do not give much nourishment, but are taken ~rather as 62 Suppl, 41| parents, namely "existence," "nourishment," ~and "education." Now 63 Suppl, 54| with that from which the nourishment was taken. The argument 64 Suppl, 56| child three things, being nourishment and instruction: ~and consequently 65 Suppl, 57| namely by giving ~him being, nourishment and education; and hereditary 66 Suppl, 57| providing for a person's nourishment and education, else a person 67 Suppl, 65| which means they receive nourishment ~and learning from their 68 Suppl, 67| nature, includes procreation, nourishment, and ~instruction, until 69 Suppl, 77| whatever is produced by nourishment. although it seem to have 70 Suppl, 77| still on ~the way to give nourishment.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 71 Suppl, 77| afterwards he derives from ~nourishment, only so much will rise 72 Suppl, 77| something accrues from nourishment which causes growth, and 73 Suppl, 78| the ability to transform ~nourishment in a certain way, even as


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