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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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humors

   Part, Question
1 1, 84 | tongue being vitiated by ill humors. Sense, however, may be 2 1, 101 | the consumption of the ~humors, and by old age, as above 3 1, 110 | movement of animal spirits and humors. Hence Aristotle says (De ~ 4 1, 110 | commotion of the spirits ~and humors may be so great that such 5 1, 110 | natural disturbance of the humors, and sometimes also by the ~ 6 1, 110 | movement of the spirits and humors, as above explained.~Aquin.: 7 1, 110 | changed when the spirits and humors are ~disturbed; as for example, 8 1, 110 | can move the spirits and ~humors from within, as above remarked, 9 1, 110 | movement of the spirits and humors an angel ~can do something 10 2, 46 | temperament; and of all the humors, the bile moves quickest; 11 2, 54 | habits. Thus, if we take the humors as being parts of the human 12 2, 72 | disorder in the bodily ~humors; and then there is sickness. 13 2, 72 | exhaustion of the digestive humors; and that he desire too 14 2, 73 | due commensuration ~of the humors, yet so that something remains 15 2, 73 | the due commensuration of humors or ~members. The same applies 16 2, 73 | certain ~commensuration of the humors, in keeping with an animal' 17 2, 73 | causes the disorder in the humors, the ~graver is the sickness: 18 2, 77 | body's parts, so that the humors and ~members of the human 19 2, 80 | of the vital spirits or ~humors can be procured by the demons, 20 2, 82 | positive, viz. the very humors that are inordinately disposed, ~ 21 2, 102 | arises from corruption of the humors, which break out ~externally 22 2, 102 | dry, engenders ~corrupt humors in the human body. Hence 23 2, 102 | because in such ~animals the humors are well absorbed, and their 24 2, 6 | the due equilibrium of the humors is essential to the ~species 25 2, 6 | of a disturbance in ~the humors: though we can assign as 26 2, 93 | there is ~abundance of cold humors dreams that he is in the 27 2, 145 | is in the air, lest the humors be parched ~within. Hence, 28 3, 15 | nor those of the bodily humors, nor those of the vegetative 29 3, 54 | blood is one of the four humors. Consequently, if Christ ~ 30 3, 54 | reason He also had the other humors, from which ~corruption 31 3, 54 | the bile, "with which four humors the ~body is tempered, as 32 3, 66 | was ~composed of the four humors.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[66] A[ 33 3, 74 | be composed of the four humors, as Pope Innocent III says 34 Suppl, 43| and ~fluctuation of the humors is calmed, man reaches the 35 Suppl, 62| exceeded, for in ~women the humors are more abundant, wherefore 36 Suppl, 77| nails will?~(3) Whether the humors will?~(4) Whether whatever 37 Suppl, 77| superfluities but with ~goodly humors.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 38 Suppl, 77| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the humors will rise again in the body?~ 39 Suppl, 77| It would seem that the humors will not rise again in the 40 Suppl, 77| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, humors are intended to make up 41 Suppl, 77| will not rise ~again with humors.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 42 Suppl, 77| the rational soul. Now the humors are still in ~process of 43 Suppl, 77| rational soul. Therefore the humors will not rise again.~Aquin.: 44 Suppl, 77| Now this applies to the humors, as appears from ~the statement 45 Suppl, 77| the homogeneous parts of humors." Therefore the humors will 46 Suppl, 77| of humors." Therefore the humors will rise again in ~the 47 Suppl, 77| in like manner the ~other humors.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[80] A[ 48 Suppl, 77| the blood and the other humors which nature has directed 49 Suppl, 77| now by them, so will the humors be in the body not ~to make 50 Suppl, 77| mixed body, so too are the humors in ~relation to the members. 51 Suppl, 77| the universe, so too the humors ~belong to the perfection 52 Suppl, 77| to its mode, so too the humors are in ~some way perfected 53 Suppl, 77| humor to the first radical humors ~results in the whole mixture 54 Suppl, 78| of a ~child, wherein the humors have not yet reached their 55 Suppl, 79| human body the blood and humors will rise again, ~as stated 56 Suppl, 79| through the antipathy of the humors. Therefore the ~bodies of 57 Suppl, 79| remove passibility from the humors while leaving their ~nature 58 Suppl, 82| 3m] than the bones, the humors than the flesh or nerves. 59 Suppl, 93| capable of transforming ~the humors of the soil into its own


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