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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 44 | according to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according 2 1, 66 | passive, as is said (De Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly 3 1, 67 | the man, as is shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, 4 1, 76 | with the Philosopher (De Gener. i, ~10), that the forms 5 1, 45 | according to Aristotle (De ~Gener. ii), or ideas, according 6 1, 67 | passive, as is said (De Gener. i, ~text. 50). But heavenly 7 1, 68 | the man, as is shown in De Gener. Anim. ~ii, 3. It was fitting, 8 1, 75 | with the Philosopher (De Gener. i, ~10), that the forms 9 1, 83 | atoms, as we gather from ~De Gener. i, 8. But Aristotle held 10 1, 83 | patient," as he says (De Gener. i, ~5). Not, indeed, in 11 1, 84 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal ii, 3). The other 12 1, 91 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 3), ~that "the female 13 1, 91 | Philosopher observes (De ~Gener. Animal. iv, 2). On the 14 1, 96 | the ~Philosopher says (De Gener. i, 5), arises from the 15 1, 98 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3) that woman ~ 16 1, 114 | disproved by Aristotle (De Gener. i, 8,9). For it would ~ 17 1, 114 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. ii, 10), ~to suppose a 18 1, 117 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. ~ii, 3); but the 19 1, 117 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3) that ~the 20 1, 117 | the Philosopher ~says (De Gener. Animal. ii, 3): "It follows 21 1, 118 | Further, the Philosopher (De Gener. i, 5) distinguishes flesh ~ 22 1, 118 | says by way of example (De Gener. i, 5).~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 23 1, 118 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. i, 5), when a certain ~ 24 1, 118 | proves in many ways (De Gener. Animal. ~i, 18) that "the 25 2, 52 | addition: wherefore (De Gener. i, text. 31) it is said 26 2, 81 | Philosopher states (De ~Gener. Animal. ii, 1,4), when 27 2, 23 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. i, 5) that "increase is 28 2, 25 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. i, 20), "the ~female 29 2, 151 | according to the Philosopher (De Gener. Anim. i, 18). But ~there 30 2, 151 | says in the same book (De Gener. Anim. ~i, 18), "the semen 31 3, 28 | According to the Philosopher (De Gener. Animal. i, ii, iv), ~in 32 3, 31 | Philosopher proves (De Gener. Animal. i). But a woman 33 3, 31 | according to the Philosopher (De Gener. ~Animal.), is the woman' 34 3, 31 | the whole, as stated in De Gener. Animal. i. ~Hence He is 35 3, 31 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. Animal. i): wherefore ~ 36 3, 32 | to the Philosopher ~(De Gener. Animal. i): "The Father 37 3, 33 | according to the Philosopher (De Gener. Animal. ii) ~in the generation 38 3, 34 | rational soul, as is said, De Gener. Animal. ii, 3,4. ~Wherefore, 39 3, 73 | the Philosopher says (De Gener. ii): "We are ~nourished 40 3, 77 | generation of ~another" (De Gener. i), something must be generated 41 3, 77 | Further, as is said in De Gener. ii, "We are nourished by 42 3, 77 | there is no ~mixture (De Gener. i). But if we mix any liquid, 43 3, 77 | the species of wine (De Gener. i).~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] 44 3, 80 | to the Philosopher ~(De Gener. Animal. i). But occasionally 45 Suppl, 52| a misbegotten male" (De Gener. Animal. ii, ~3). I say 46 Suppl, 52| the mother ~the matter (De Gener. Animal. ii, 4). Therefore 47 Suppl, 54| to the Philosopher (De ~Gener. Anim. ii, 19), is effected 48 Suppl, 54| his remote ancestors (De Gener. Anim. iv, 3).~Aquin.: SMT 49 Suppl, 54| semen, ~as proved in De Gener. Anim. i, 18. Hence the 50 Suppl, 64| Philosopher observes ~(De Gener. Anim. xvi).~Aquin.: SMT 51 Suppl, 65| according to the Philosopher (De Gener. Animal. i, 20), ~in the 52 Suppl, 65| place, as stated in De ~Gener. Animal. vii. 4), is nevertheless 53 Suppl, 70| according to the Philosopher (De Gener. i) and Boethius ~(De Duab. 54 Suppl, 70| touch," as stated in De Gener. i. This mode of contact 55 Suppl, 76| according to the Philosopher (De Gener. ii): ~"Whatsoever things 56 Suppl, 77| Philosopher says (De Anim. Gener. ii, 4), and whatever is 57 Suppl, 77| instances as an ~example (De Gener. i) the mixing of water 58 Suppl, 77| and flow, as stated in De Gener. i. If, therefore, all the 59 Suppl, 77| make this ~distinction (De Gener. i) in order to distinguish 60 Suppl, 78| to the ~Philosopher (De Gener. i). Therefore if all are 61 Suppl, 79| passive to another thing (De Gener. i). Now the bodies of ~ 62 Suppl, 79| according to the Philosopher (De Gener. i), contraries ~have a 63 Suppl, 80| Hence it is said in De Gener. ii that "a subtle thing 64 Suppl, 88| Further, it is shown in De Gener. ii that "the movement of


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