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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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engendered

   Part, Question
1 1, 117 | the ~rational soul is not engendered by coition."~Aquin.: SMT 2 2, 21 | not actions, but things engendered outside the order of ~nature. 3 2, 53 | and again, virtues are engendered ~and corrupted by contrary 4 2, 54 | habits. For ~whatever is engendered, not at once, but little 5 2, 54 | several parts. But a habit is engendered, not at once, but ~little 6 2, 54 | Reply OBJ 1: That a habit is engendered little by little, is due, 7 2, 54 | not to ~one part being engendered after another, but to the 8 2, 54 | no additional habit is engendered in ~him: but the habit which 9 2, 71 | ii, 2,3) that "virtue is ~engendered and corrupted by contrary 10 2, 71 | since, just as habit is not engendered by one ~act, so neither 11 2, 88 | dispositions ~and habits are engendered." But mortal and venial 12 2, 102 | unclean; nor the fat which is engendered from ~blood.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 23 | habits of acquired virtue are engendered by ~acts, so too an increase 14 2, 23 | acquired virtue is being engendered, each act ~does not complete 15 2, 47 | intellectual virtue is engendered and fostered by experience 16 2, 108 | hand, if the ~false opinion engendered by the lie be about some 17 2, 162 | as a thing is said to be engendered, while in motion towards ~ 18 2, 162 | the state of having been engendered: and thus death may be painful.~ 19 3, 89 | certain living things are engendered naturally from things without ~ 20 Suppl, 5 | Further, virtue and vice are engendered and corrupted by the same ~ 21 Suppl, 16| certain movement of penance is engendered in them from ~fear, but 22 Suppl, 52| preserves it in another which is engendered of the other's ~corruption. 23 Suppl, 76| because from man blood is engendered, from blood seed, and so ~ 24 Suppl, 77| again of that which was engendered from food, ~whereas the


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