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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 25 | manifested in its ~effect. The generative power of man, for example, 2 1, 72 | are ~subordinate to the generative life, as will be shown later 3 1, 71 | are ~subordinate to the generative life, as will be shown later 4 1, 77 | nutritive, augmentative, and generative?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 5 1, 77 | nutritive, augmentative, and ~generative. For these are called "natural" 6 1, 77 | not living. Therefore the generative force should not be classed 7 1, 77 | is not distinct from ~the generative power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 8 1, 77 | whereby it ~exists. But the generative power is that whereby a 9 1, 77 | nutritive power ~from the generative.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[78] A[ 10 1, 77 | to this is directed the ~"generative" power. Another is whereby 11 1, 77 | and the same soul. But the generative ~power has its effect, not 12 1, 77 | generate itself. Therefore the generative power, in a way, ~approaches 13 1, 77 | these three powers, the ~generative has the greater finality, 14 1, 77 | like unto itself." And the generative ~power is served by the 15 1, 77 | semen; and this is the ~generative power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 16 1, 77 | of the ~augmentative and generative powers.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 17 1, 91 | the active and passive ~generative power together; as we see 18 1, 95 | nutritive, augmentative, and generative. Now these doe not naturally 19 1, 118 | power is said to serve the generative power: because what is ~ 20 1, 118 | employed as semen by the generative ~power. A sign of this, 21 2, 17 | acts of the nutritive and ~generative power, there is room for 22 2, 17 | that "the nutritive and generative power is one over which 23 2, 17 | themselves of the nutritive and generative power, i.e. digestion, and ~ 24 2, 18 | But as ~compared to the generative power, they do not differ 25 2, 83 | specially infected, viz. the ~generative power, the concupiscible 26 2, 83 | caused by an act of the generative ~power. Therefore it seems 27 2, 83 | it seems to belong to the generative power more than to ~the 28 2, 83 | man, is not caused by the generative power ~of the child, but 29 2, 83 | the act of the parental generative power. ~Consequently, it 30 2, 83 | follow that the child's generative power is the ~subject of 31 2, 83 | can obey reason. Now the generative power cannot obey reason, ~ 32 2, 83 | Ethic. i, 13. Therefore the generative power is not the most ~infected 33 2, 83 | those members ~serve the generative power in the mingling of 34 2, 83 | three chiefly, viz. the generative power, the concupiscible 35 2, 83 | Now this act serves the generative power, in as much as it 36 2, 83 | which is effected by the generative power. Hence it is ~this 37 2, 100 | chastity, in so far as the generative act conduces to the ~common 38 2, 102 | circumcision was applied to the generative member. Hence the ~Apostle 39 2, 151 | needed for the work of the generative power. But the ~other superfluities 40 3, 31 | secretion by the mother's generative power, so as ~to be apt 41 3, 31 | in other words, by the generative ~power of Adam and his descendants 42 3, 32 | says (De Anima ii). But the generative power, in both man and ~ 43 3, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The generative power of the female is imperfect 44 3, 32 | stated Phys. ii, so also the generative power of the female ~prepares 45 3, 33 | its ~act, so also does the generative power: for both are natural 46 3, 33 | that, too, belongs to the generative ~power, was not instantaneous, 47 3, 33 | the body is caused by ~the generative power, not of that which 48 3, 74 | or to weakness within the generative power. And therefore, if 49 Suppl, 49| action, both because the ~generative power, whereby original 50 Suppl, 55| another by an act of the ~generative power, of this man also 51 Suppl, 58| be an ~impediment to the generative power which is its principle. 52 Suppl, 58| its principle. But the ~generative power of one man is equally 53 Suppl, 58| to us by the act of the generative power, and ~for this reason 54 Suppl, 64| power administers to the ~generative power that alone which is 55 Suppl, 64| only in relation to the generative power and not in ~relation 56 Suppl, 68| law, not as an ~act of the generative power, but as proceeding 57 Suppl, 73| in the begetter are the generative principles causing whiteness ~ 58 Suppl, 77| either by the act of the generative ~power, as seed, or by the 59 Suppl, 77| of ~which the act of the generative power is directed: but that 60 Suppl, 77| generation by the act of the generative, or even nutritive power, ~ 61 Suppl, 78| acts of the nutritive and ~generative powers. For our resurrection 62 Suppl, 78| exercise the acts of the generative and nutritive powers.~Aquin.: 63 Suppl, 78| pleasure in the act of the generative and ~nutritive powers it 64 Suppl, 78| Therefore ~the acts of the generative and nutritive powers would


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