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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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seeds

   Part, Question
1 1, 65 | intellect, by which the seeds of forms are implanted in 2 1, 66 | intellect, by which the seeds of forms are implanted in 3 1, 78 | there are certain "rules and seeds of virtue, both true ~and 4 1, 91 | same way as from a few seeds He produces the harvest 5 1, 92 | soul, at least, in ~their seeds, by reason of which we may 6 1, 104 | making use of corporeal ~seeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[105] A[ 7 1, 109 | by employing corporeal seeds by local movement.~Aquin.: 8 1, 113 | they can ~employ certain seeds that exist in the elements 9 1, 113 | which we must assign the ~seeds above mentioned, can alike 10 1, 113 | the employment of these seeds; such as the transformation 11 1, 114 | hidden movement certain seeds, which ~they know to exist 12 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, seeds are active principles. But 13 1, 114 | visible fashion, certain seeds lie ~hidden in the corporeal 14 1, 114 | of living things are the seeds from which living things 15 1, 114 | Fourthly, they are in the "seeds" produced from ~animals 16 1, 114 | the demons as employing seeds.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[115] A[ 17 2, 63 | Q[51], A[1]), certain seeds or ~principles of acquired 18 2, 63 | does God. But God sowed the seeds of virtue in our souls, ~ 19 2, 98 | saith not, 'And to ~his seeds,' as of many: but as of 20 2, 102 | thy field with different seeds"; and (Dt. ~22:9, seqq.): " 21 2, 102 | thy vineyard with divers seeds"; and: "Thou ~shalt not 22 2, 102 | that the fruit-stones or seeds encased in a pod are ~sown: 23 2, 102 | various combinations of seeds, animals and garments, ~ 24 2, 102 | thy field with different seeds," is to be understood, in ~ 25 2, 102 | be sown "with different seeds," i.e. with Catholic and ~ 26 2, 58 | herbs before the useful seeds have ~grown, so this deed 27 2, 60 | instance, if you dig up a man's seeds, you inflict ~on the sower 28 3, 31 | He saith not, 'And to his seeds' as of many; but as of one, ~' 29 3, 39 | prefers the more choice seeds. ~This refers to the gift 30 3, 66 | special degree; wherefore seeds, from which all ~living 31 Suppl, 55| where there is a mingling of seeds, since such a union may 32 Suppl, 55| there is no mingling of seeds that ~makes generation possible: 33 Suppl, 55| flesh by the ~mingling of seeds. Wherefore it is not every 34 Suppl, 55| followed by a mingling of seeds. But marriage causes affinity 35 Suppl, 56| except there be mingling of seeds, from which ~it is possible 36 Suppl, 58| hinders the mingling of seeds but also weakens the members 37 Suppl, 72| resurrection are ~renewed - and the seeds which rot and die and then


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