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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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generating

   Part, Question
1 1, 18 | extrinsic force, either generating them and giving them form, ~ 2 1, 18 | consequence, of growing and ~generating. Others are able, in addition, 3 1, 30 | derived, if the person generating and the person generated 4 1, 39 | the whole ~Godhead; not as generating or spirating it, but as 5 1, 41 | designates a consubstantial generating principle, but ~not a material 6 1, 41 | attribute the power of generating to the Father, and the power 7 1, 41 | must suppose the power of ~generating, and in the spirator the 8 1, 41 | nature," not of nature ~generating, but of nature, as being 9 1, 45 | generated represents fire generating; and a statue of ~Mercury 10 1, 46 | another man. For ~all men generating hold one grade in efficient 11 1, 51 | of other things for other generating purposes, ~as Augustine 12 1, 72 | propagation, nor sensation in generating, they are deemed unworthy 13 1, 39 | the whole ~Godhead; not as generating or spirating it, but as 14 1, 41 | designates a consubstantial generating principle, but ~not a material 15 1, 41 | attribute the power of generating to the Father, and the power 16 1, 41 | must suppose the power of ~generating, and in the spirator the 17 1, 41 | nature," not of nature ~generating, but of nature, as being 18 1, 46 | generated represents fire generating; and a statue of ~Mercury 19 1, 47 | another man. For ~all men generating hold one grade in efficient 20 1, 52 | of other things for other generating purposes, ~as Augustine 21 1, 71 | propagation, nor sensation in generating, they are deemed unworthy 22 1, 104 | move matter to a form by generating a ~composite thing like 23 1, 104 | which they have from their ~generating cause, for which reason 24 1, 117 | principle of generation is the ~generating power; which, since it is 25 1, 117 | caused by the ~animal's generating power.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 26 1, 117 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The generating power begets not only by 27 1, 117 | a power. Therefore the ~generating power of a plant generates 28 1, 117 | more ~perfect effect is its generating power ordained.~Aquin.: 29 1, 118 | although there be a power of generating their like in ~species, 30 1, 118 | there is not the power of generating their like in the ~individual; 31 2, 51 | intense, it can be the ~generating cause of a habit.~Aquin.: 32 3, 32 | is the son of the fire generating it, except, perhaps, metaphorically; 33 3, 33 | generated, but of the father ~generating from seed, in which the 34 Suppl, 52| of higher rank. Now in ~generating the father ranks above the


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