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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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deformity

   Part, Question
1 1, 8 | from God, and ~also the deformity of sin which is not from 2 1, 19 | for his ~object, and the deformity of sin is only an accompaniment. 3 1, 97 | be ~observed is a certain deformity of excessive concupiscence, 4 2, 64 | the other extreme, viz. deformity. ~But if we consider moral 5 2, 73 | and the same applies to deformity and the ~like. Such privations 6 2, 73 | matters much in sickness or deformity, ~whether one departs more 7 2, 73 | a sin by ~adding to the deformity which the sin derives from 8 2, 88 | a circumstance adds the deformity of another ~genus; thus 9 2, 88 | woman than his wife, the ~deformity of his act is opposed to 10 2, 88 | there is an additional deformity opposed to justice which ~ 11 2, 88 | mortal, unless it adds the deformity of another species. For 12 2, 88 | stated above (A[1]) that the deformity of a venial sin consists ~ 13 2, 88 | to the end, whereas the ~deformity of a mortal sin consists 14 2, 88 | by the addition of some deformity pertaining to the genus ~ 15 2, 88 | venial, by the addition of a ~deformity pertaining to the genus 16 2, 88 | aggravated by the additional deformity.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[88] A[ 17 2, 89 | there be an additional deformity by reason of disobedience, 18 2, 102 | cleanse the leper of his deformity, but declared him to be 19 2, 109 | lustre of grace through the deformity ~of sin. Natural good is 20 2, 6 | Para. 1/2 ~Reply OBJ 2: The deformity of an act is essential to 21 2, 6 | is not the cause of its deformity, though He is the cause 22 2, 6 | 2~We may also reply that deformity denotes not only privation 23 2, 6 | contrary disposition, wherefore deformity is compared to ~the act, 24 2, 41 | does not imply a special ~deformity in opposition to a special 25 2, 51 | OBJ 1: No man desires the deformity of imprudence, but the rash ~ 26 2, 64 | as contain some horrible deformity. ~Hence according to the 27 2, 68 | evidence has a threefold deformity. The first is ~owing to 28 2, 83 | assumes, in a sense, the deformity of fornication, so that 29 2, 97 | find a special aspect of deformity, there ~must needs be a 30 2, 97 | find a special aspect of deformity, namely, the violation ~ 31 2, 97 | its act having no other deformity than the violation of a 32 2, 108 | not inconsistent with the deformity of their lie, though this 33 2, 116 | has in a way a greater ~deformity. Since, however, corruption 34 2, 121 | avoiding covetousness as a deformity that weakens virtue"; and ~ 35 2, 142 | vice, which consists in the deformity of a ~voluntary act: and 36 2, 152 | and injustice. Nor is this deformity of ~injustice altogether 37 2, 152 | of a vice has a special deformity, we ~must reckon it to be 38 2, 152 | A[1]). And a ~special deformity attaches to the violation 39 2, 152 | sin from having a greater deformity ~through being united to 40 2, 152 | lust obtains a ~greater deformity from the sin of injustice, 41 2, 152 | there is the same kind of deformity, there would ~seem to be 42 2, 152 | there is the same ~kind of deformity in seduction and adultery: 43 2, 152 | Now this implies a special deformity of ~lust. Therefore adultery 44 2, 152 | belong especially to the deformity of adultery. ~Hence it is 45 2, 152 | through having a special deformity in venereal acts.~Aquin.: 46 2, 152 | not, of itself, imply a deformity, does ~not constitute a 47 2, 152 | of itself, ~contain any deformity, else it would never have 48 2, 152 | occurs a special ~kind of deformity whereby the venereal act 49 2, 167 | morality, it displays its deformity in ~a most lawless outbreak."~ 50 3, 54 | because it will not be a ~deformity, but a dignity in them; 51 Suppl, 2 | being, but by reason of its ~deformity, since the act, regarded 52 Suppl, 2 | Now original sin has a deformity, even as actual sin has. ~ 53 Suppl, 2 | again, by reason of its deformity alone, because deformity, 54 Suppl, 2 | deformity alone, because deformity, of ~itself, does not include 55 Suppl, 2 | account of sin, as implying ~deformity resulting from an act of 56 Suppl, 32| On the contrary, Bodily deformity is not an impediment to 57 Suppl, 43| paralysis), or causes a ~deformity (as loss of the nose or 58 Suppl, 67| sickness or some notable deformity, ~or in soul as fornication 59 Suppl, 83| OBJ 3: Further, just as deformity is a defect of the passible 60 Suppl, 83| reason neither will their deformity be ~taken away.~Aquin.: 61 Suppl, 83| Para. 1/2~I answer that, Deformity in the human body is of 62 Suppl, 83| rise again whole. Another ~deformity arises from the undue disposition 63 Suppl, 83| quality, or place - which deformity is, moreover, ~incompatible 64 Suppl, 83| which ~sometimes result in deformity, Augustine remained undecided 65 Suppl, 83| Wherefore whatever ~defect or deformity was in the body through 66 Suppl, 83| principles of the human body; but deformity is not, ~and consequently 67 Suppl, 91| on the other hand, any deformity in the ~visible object redounds 68 Suppl, 91| wherein there is extreme deformity. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[94] A[ 69 Suppl, 91| of vision, there may be deformity of the thing seen without ~


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