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procreate 1
procreation 54
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54 sonship
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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procreation

   Part, Question
1 2, 140 | by a kind of spiritual procreation, ~as it were, to abstain 2 2, 140 | bodily occupations and carnal procreation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[142] A[ 3 2, 141 | directed to the power of procreation, and ~in these as regards 4 2, 141 | pleasure of the act itself of ~procreation, there is "chastity," and 5 2, 145 | things concur in the act of procreation, namely, ~heat, spirit [* 6 2, 149 | the organs intended for procreation." Now the use of these ~ 7 2, 150 | altogether from the act of ~procreation, for this is to act against 8 2, 150 | other hand, the precept of ~procreation regards the whole multitude 9 2, 150 | betake themselves to ~carnal procreation, while others abstaining 10 2, 151 | keeping with the end of human ~procreation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[153] A[ 11 2, 152 | chastity and the good of human procreation. First, by accession ~to 12 2, 170 | that fulfils the duty of procreation." Much more ~therefore does 13 3, 66 | members that serve ~for procreation, yet those members are not 14 3, 66 | offspring by the act of procreation is not deleted, but the 15 3, 66 | affixed ~to the member of procreation; because He through Whom 16 Suppl, 43| be of an age adapted to ~procreation. And since a girl becomes 17 Suppl, 43| becomes apt for the act of procreation in ~her twelfth year, and 18 Suppl, 52| the species by means of procreation; wherefore even as a ~slave 19 Suppl, 54| common ancestor by carnal procreation." For all men descend ~from 20 Suppl, 54| namely Adam, by carnal procreation. ~Therefore if the above 21 Suppl, 54| 1~OBJ 3: Further, carnal procreation, according to the Philosopher ( 22 Suppl, 54| whom he is born by carnal procreation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[54] A[ 23 Suppl, 54| 1~OBJ 5: Further, carnal procreation is common to men and animals. 24 Suppl, 54| among animals from carnal procreation. ~Therefore neither is there 25 Suppl, 54| this tie. while "carnal ~procreation" is mentioned as being its 26 Suppl, 54| them from one person by procreation, it destroys itself by little 27 Suppl, 54| tie contracted by carnal ~procreation is more fittingly called 28 Suppl, 54| among men through carnal procreation, and not among other ~animals, 29 Suppl, 54| communication by the act of procreation whereby ~nature is propagated. 30 Suppl, 54| and since a ~father by procreation may be said to descend to 31 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, because carnal procreation whence the tie of consanguinity ~ 32 Suppl, 54| does not result from carnal procreation in other ~animals as in 33 Suppl, 55| ways; first, from carnal procreation; secondly, ~from connection 34 Suppl, 55| connection with orderly carnal procreation, wherefore he says ~(Ethic. 35 Suppl, 55| with ~another by carnal procreation is bound to him by a tie 36 Suppl, 55| with another through carnal procreation, as a son with his ~father, 37 Suppl, 55| chiefly on account of the ~procreation of offspring, and secondly 38 Suppl, 55| persons akin even as carnal ~procreation, since the degrees of affinity 39 Suppl, 55| caused: ~one is by carnal procreation, and this always produces 40 Suppl, 55| be except through carnal procreation from her, or through ~connection 41 Suppl, 55| white and ~black. Now carnal procreation has a direct relation to 42 Suppl, 55| distinguished in reference to carnal procreation, the distinction of ~degrees 43 Suppl, 56| that, Just as by carnal procreation man receives natural being, ~ 44 Suppl, 56| is contracted by carnal procreation is natural to ~man, inasmuch 45 Suppl, 57| is ~likened to natural procreation whereby a child is begotten 46 Suppl, 57| a ~child without carnal procreation, it is of no consequence 47 Suppl, 57| a man begets by natural ~procreation, so by positive law which 48 Suppl, 57| Accordingly, just as natural procreation has a ~term "whereto," namely 49 Suppl, 57| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Natural procreation is directed to the production 50 Suppl, 57| agreement with carnal ~union or procreation than spiritual relationship 51 Suppl, 58| The male is the agent in procreation, and the female is the ~ 52 Suppl, 58| the ~female for the act of procreation. Hence the frigidity which 53 Suppl, 64| with regard to the act of procreation, the one is bound to pay ~ 54 Suppl, 67| intention of nature, includes procreation, nourishment, and ~instruction,


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