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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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begetter

   Part, Question
1 1, 33 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, a begetter is more common than father; 2 1, 33 | of the divine person is begetter and genitor than Father.~ 3 1, 33 | generation the ~form of the Begetter and Begotten is numerically 4 1, 33 | of the ~Begotten from the Begetter as regards relation only, 5 1, 36 | Son is co-eternal with the begetter ~(and hence the Father does 6 1, 37 | begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 7 1, 39 | God is ~begotten" or is "Begetter," as above explained (A[ 8 1, 39 | nature numerically as the begetter. So the ~divine nature in 9 1, 40 | hypostasis; whereas ~this term "Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies 10 1, 40 | hypostasis; and this term "Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies 11 1, 41 | active principle, as the begetter is the principle of the 12 1, 41 | man begotten is like his begetter in his human ~nature, in 13 1, 41 | to beget a man. In ~every begetter, therefore, that is the 14 1, 41 | the ~begotten is like the begetter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 15 1, 41 | is not that by which ~the begetter begets, otherwise Socrates 16 1, 41 | perfect, that by which the Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten 17 1, 41 | common to Begotten and Begetter by a community of identity, 18 1, 41 | the principle by which the Begetter begets," ~it does not follow 19 1, 37 | begetting and loves His ~Begetter."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[37] A[ 20 1, 39 | God is ~begotten" or is "Begetter," as above explained (A[ 21 1, 39 | nature numerically as the begetter. So the ~divine nature in 22 1, 40 | hypostasis; whereas ~this term "Begetter" or "Begetting" signifies 23 1, 40 | hypostasis; and this term "Begetter" or "Begotten" ~signifies 24 1, 41 | active principle, as the begetter is the principle of the 25 1, 41 | man begotten is like his begetter in his human ~nature, in 26 1, 41 | to beget a man. In ~every begetter, therefore, that is the 27 1, 41 | the ~begotten is like the begetter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 28 1, 41 | is not that by which ~the begetter begets, otherwise Socrates 29 1, 41 | perfect, that by which the Begetter begets, is ~common to Begotten 30 1, 41 | common to Begotten and Begetter by a community of identity, 31 1, 41 | the principle by which the Begetter begets," ~it does not follow 32 1, 91 | to the perfection of the begetter, and is released by a natural ~ 33 1, 117 | would be identity between begetter and ~begotten, maker and 34 1, 117 | rational soul is from ~the begetter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 35 1, 117 | virtue of the soul of the begetter ~according as the soul of 36 1, 117 | according as the soul of the begetter is the act of the body, 37 1, 117 | intellectual soul is caused ~by the begetter, is nothing else than to 38 1, 117 | incoming soul, and that of the begetter. If, ~however, this union 39 1, 118 | derived from the soul of the ~begetter, as stated above (Q[118], 40 1, 118 | which is derived from the ~begetter: this, they say, lasts as 41 1, 118 | from the substance of the begetter. For Damascene says (De 42 1, 118 | from the ~substance of the begetter, that which is begotten." 43 1, 118 | from the substance of the begetter.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] A[ 44 1, 118 | be of the nature of the begetter, and would be due to a process ~ 45 1, 118 | derived from the soul of the ~begetter, to produce the whole body, 46 1, 118 | from the substance of the begetter in animals ~and plants, 47 1, 118 | virtue to the form of the ~begetter, and inasmuch as it is in 48 1, 118 | OBJ 2: The likeness of the begetter to the begotten is on account ~ 49 2, 65 | hope, charity." Now the begetter precedes the begotten, and 50 3, 66 | that of "Unbegotten and Begetter"; and the Son ~by those 51 3, 74 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: A begetter begets a thing like to itself 52 Suppl, 54| mover. But the power of a begetter moves not only as to that 53 Suppl, 73| man, the whiteness of the begetter is not the principle ~of 54 Suppl, 73| yet the whiteness of the begetter is said to be ~the cause 55 Suppl, 73| principles of ~whiteness in the begetter are the generative principles 56 Suppl, 76| of the whole body of ~his begetter: hence his body is numerically 57 Suppl, 77| detached therefrom by the begetter, ~and that again the detached 58 Suppl, 77| truth of human nature in the begetter, according to ~some, or 59 Suppl, 77| rise again, ~not in the begetter, but in the begotten.~Aquin.:


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