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copula 2
copulate 6
copulated 1
copulation 41
copy 10
cor 887
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41 builder
41 confined
41 consumed
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41 descending
41 divides
41 door
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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copulation

   Part, Question
1 2, 97 | of a nun by blows or by ~copulation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[99] A[ 2 2, 150 | this may take place without copulation, whether one be ~asleep 3 2, 150 | virginity is not lost without copulation: ~for Augustine says (De 4 2, 150 | destroys ~virginity, whether copulation takes place or not. Augustine, 5 2, 150 | Augustine, however, ~mentions copulation, because such like resolution 6 2, 151 | of lust?~(2) Whether all copulation is unlawful?~(3) Whether 7 2, 152 | command. Nor should such a copulation be strictly ~called fornication, 8 2, 152 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 6: One copulation may result in the begetting 9 2, 152 | man, ~wherefore inordinate copulation, which hinders the good 10 2, 152 | procuring pollution, without any copulation, for the sake of venereal ~ 11 2, 152 | effeminacy." Secondly, by copulation with a thing of undue species, 12 2, 152 | bestiality." Thirdly, by copulation with an undue sex, ~male 13 2, 152 | observing the ~natural manner of copulation, either as to undue means, 14 2, 152 | monstrous and bestial manners of copulation.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 15 2, 152 | in the ~mere omission of copulation with another. While the 16 2, 152 | observing the right manner of copulation, which is more ~grievous 17 2, 152 | it affects the manner of ~copulation in respect of other circumstances.~ 18 3, 2 | for union demands mere copulation, and ~leaves unsaid the 19 3, 2 | leaves unsaid the end of the copulation; but incarnation and humanation ~ 20 3, 2 | humanation ~determine the end of copulation." But likewise assumption 21 3, 2 | not ~determine the end of copulation. Therefore it seems that 22 3, 80 | man from whom the ~seed of copulation goeth out . . . shall be 23 Suppl, 54| conditions. ~But carnal copulation with parents is derogatory 24 Suppl, 54| certain animals the son abhors copulation with its ~mother as long 25 Suppl, 55| blood-relationship. But there is carnal copulation ~even in unlawful intercourse. 26 Suppl, 55| marriage by reason of carnal ~copulation, and the latter, in so far 27 Suppl, 55| has something of natural copulation.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 28 Suppl, 55| Reply OBJ 3: In unnatural copulation there is no mingling of 29 Suppl, 55| I answer that, Since all copulation apart from lawful marriage 30 Suppl, 58| to marriage. ~For carnal copulation is not essential to marriage, 31 Suppl, 58| marriage of nothing save carnal copulation. Therefore it is not ~a 32 Suppl, 58| impotence prevents carnal copulation so does ~frigidity. But 33 Suppl, 58| sufficient incentive to carnal ~copulation with one who is not a virgin, 34 Suppl, 58| binds himself to carnal copulation; because it is for this 35 Suppl, 58| being incapable of carnal copulation, cannot marry.~Aquin.: SMT 36 Suppl, 58| impediment has completed carnal copulation with another or with the 37 Suppl, 58| Although the act of carnal copulation is not essential to ~marriage, 38 Suppl, 58| 1~OBJ 4: Further, carnal copulation cannot be hindered, unless 39 Suppl, 58| rendered ~incapable of carnal copulation by some power or by castration; 40 Suppl, 58| an ~impediment to carnal copulation, but that no such impediment 41 Suppl, 58| because it ~impedes carnal copulation, which is not impeded by


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