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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 3 | species. For this particular flesh, these bones, this blackness 2 1, 3 | of a man. Therefore ~this flesh, these bones, and the accidental 3 1, 12 | written (Job 19:26): "In my flesh I shall see . . . God," ~ 4 1, 12 | OBJ 1: The words, "In my flesh I shall see God my Saviour," 5 1, 12 | seen with the eye of the flesh, but that man ~existing 6 1, 12 | that man ~existing in the flesh after the resurrection will 7 1, 12 | minds of some ~living in the flesh beyond the use of sense, 8 1, 18 | 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have ~rejoiced in the living 9 1, 27 | is called Son in assuming flesh from the Virgin, and that 10 1, 29 | hypostasis and person. For soul, flesh, and bone belong to the 11 1, 29 | whereas this soul, this flesh and this bone belong to 12 1, 29 | nature it signifies this ~flesh, these bones, and this soul, 13 1, 30 | Socrates signifies this flesh and this bone. But there 14 1, 36 | out of My Spirit over ~all flesh." Therefore this name 'Holy 15 1, 38 | xv, 19): "As the body of flesh ~is nothing but flesh; so 16 1, 38 | of flesh ~is nothing but flesh; so the gift of the Holy 17 1, 43 | mission according to the flesh. But the ~Holy Ghost did 18 1, 51 | Son of God appeared in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 19 1, 62 | fire; whereas to generate ~flesh is beyond the natural power 20 1, 63 | carnal sins are with the flesh. Therefore not only can 21 1, 63 | obscenities of the sins of ~the flesh, as if they themselves were 22 1, 75 | composed of this soul, of this flesh, and of ~these bones; so 23 1, 75 | to be composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; for whatever 24 1, 76 | instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, 25 1, 76 | with the hand, the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher 26 1, 38 | xv, 19): "As the body of flesh ~is nothing but flesh; so 27 1, 38 | of flesh ~is nothing but flesh; so the gift of the Holy 28 1, 43 | mission according to the flesh. But the ~Holy Ghost did 29 1, 52 | Son of God appeared in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[51] A[ 30 1, 63 | fire; whereas to generate ~flesh is beyond the natural power 31 1, 64 | carnal sins are with the flesh. Therefore not only can 32 1, 64 | obscenities of the sins of ~the flesh, as if they themselves were 33 1, 74 | composed of this soul, of this flesh, and of ~these bones; so 34 1, 74 | to be composed of soul, ~flesh, and bones; for whatever 35 1, 75 | instance, the eye, hand, flesh, ~and bones, and so forth, 36 1, 75 | with the hand, the eye, the flesh and bones, as ~the Philosopher 37 1, 83 | for instance, of bone, flesh, and the like; thus does 38 1, 84 | individual; common, such as flesh and bone; and individual, 39 1, 84 | and individual, as this ~flesh and these bones. The intellect 40 1, 84 | species of man from ~"this flesh and these bones," which 41 1, 84 | abstracted by the intellect form "flesh and bones."~Aquin.: SMT 42 1, 84 | that ~those who have soft flesh are of apt mind." Secondly, 43 1, 88 | far from the life ~of the flesh; and so, as corporeal things 44 1, 91 | they shall be two in one flesh" (Gn. 2:24).~Aquin.: SMT 45 1, 94 | of disobedience in ~the flesh, as though it were a punishment 46 1, 94 | dissolved the obedience of the ~flesh to the soul, we may gather 47 1, 94 | passions of the soul "the flesh lusteth against the spirit" ( 48 1, 94 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The flesh lusts against the spirit 49 1, 95 | now it is to devour the flesh of others, would then ~have 50 1, 104 | clothed me ~with skin and flesh: Thou hast put me together 51 1, 109 | nutritive soul: but that living flesh is thus generated is due 52 1, 113 | Further, the assaults of the flesh and the world are enough 53 1, 113 | wrestling is not ~against flesh and blood; but against Principalities 54 1, 113 | OBJ 3: The assault of the flesh and the world would suffice 55 1, 113 | Moreover ~man is tempted by the flesh and the world. Again, man 56 1, 113 | A[2] Body Para. 3/4~The flesh and the world are said to 57 1, 113 | resists the desires of the flesh, and ~according as he despises 58 1, 113 | and the corruption of the flesh. For, as ~Origen says (Peri 59 1, 114 | terminating in the generation of flesh. But by its own virtue it 60 1, 117 | of nutrition, in which ~flesh generates flesh: with a 61 1, 117 | in which ~flesh generates flesh: with a medium - in the 62 1, 118 | Gener. i, 5) distinguishes flesh ~belonging to the "species" 63 1, 118 | belonging to the "species" from flesh belonging to "matter"; and 64 1, 118 | is produced from food is flesh belonging to matter, ~not 65 1, 118 | it occur by creation of ~flesh matter: for, according to 66 1, 118 | assuming the specific ~form of flesh, bones and such like parts. 67 1, 118 | inasmuch as it is potentially ~flesh."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[119] 68 1, 118 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: By flesh belonging to the species, 69 1, 118 | the individual does. By flesh ~belonging to the matter 70 1, 118 | wood or ~stone - "so in flesh, there is something belonging 71 1, 118 | not of different kinds of flesh, but of the same flesh considered 72 1, 118 | of flesh, but of the same flesh considered from ~different 73 1, 118 | For if we consider the flesh according to the ~species, 74 1, 118 | always: because the nature of flesh always remains together 75 1, 118 | disposition. But if we consider flesh according to matter, ~then 76 1, 118 | generator is sometimes the flesh of ~cows, pigs and suchlike. 77 2, 4 | and burdensome, like unto flesh which is corruptible and 78 2, 22 | 5): "When we were in the flesh, ~the passions of sins which 79 2, 24 | 83:3: "My heart and my flesh have rejoiced in the living 80 2, 24 | intellectual appetite, and by "flesh" ~the sensitive appetite. ~ 81 2, 29 | man ever hated ~his own flesh."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[29] A[ 82 2, 30 | me, that is to say, in my flesh, that which is good." But 83 2, 30 | 83:3: "My heart and my ~flesh have rejoiced in the living 84 2, 35 | Further, affliction of the flesh is a cause of sorrow. But, 85 2, 35 | is an affliction of the flesh." ~Therefore contemplation 86 2, 35 | OBJ 5: Affliction of the flesh affects contemplation accidentally ~ 87 2, 50 | we observe men with soft flesh to be quick ~witted." Therefore 88 2, 54 | such as ~nerves, bones, and flesh, the disposition of these 89 2, 56 | good does not dwell in my flesh." ~Therefore the sensitive 90 2, 56 | Reply OBJ 2: Just as human flesh has not of itself the good 91 2, 68 | 118:120: "Pierce Thou my flesh ~with Thy fear: for I am 92 2, 70 | opposition to the works of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 93 2, 70 | many [either works of the flesh, or fruits ~of the Spirit] 94 2, 70 | contrary to the works of the ~flesh?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 95 2, 70 | contrary ~to the works of the flesh, which the Apostle enumerates ( 96 2, 70 | genus. But the works of the ~flesh are not called fruits. Therefore 97 2, 70 | mentions more ~works of the flesh than fruits of the Spirit. 98 2, 70 | Spirit and the works of the flesh are not contrary to one 99 2, 70 | first of the works of the flesh are not opposed. ~Therefore 100 2, 70 | contrary to the works of the ~flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 101 2, 70 | says (Gal. 5:17) that "the flesh lusteth ~against the spirit, 102 2, 70 | and the spirit against the flesh."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[70] A[ 103 2, 70 | answer that, The works of the flesh and the fruits of the Spirit 104 2, 70 | contrary to the works of the ~flesh. Because the Holy Ghost 105 2, 70 | actions the works of the ~flesh are contrary to the fruits 106 2, 70 | surprised if the works of the flesh ~are more numerous than 107 2, 72 | 19): "The works of the ~flesh are manifest, which are 108 2, 72 | of sins are works of the flesh. Now carnal sins are called 109 2, 72 | are called works of the ~flesh. Therefore carnal sins should 110 2, 72 | walks according to the flesh, as stated ~in Rm. 8:13: " 111 2, 72 | you live according to the flesh, you shall die. But if ~ 112 2, 72 | mortify the deeds of the flesh, you shall live." Now to ~ 113 2, 72 | or walk according to the flesh seems to pertain to the 114 2, 72 | committed in accordance with the flesh, ~flows from the reason 115 2, 72 | from all defilement of the ~flesh and of the spirit."~Aquin.: 116 2, 72 | are called ~works of the flesh, not as though they consisted 117 2, 72 | in carnal pleasure; but ~flesh here denotes man, who is 118 2, 72 | to live according to the flesh, when ~he lives according 119 2, 72 | the concupiscence of the ~flesh, or [Vulg.: 'and'] the concupiscence 120 2, 73 | innate concupiscence of ~the flesh. Therefore spiritual sins, 121 2, 77 | eyes, ~Concupiscence of the flesh," and "Pride of life."~( 122 2, 77 | in ~him. Now this is the flesh; whence it is written (Ps. 123 2, 77 | remembered that they are flesh." Therefore sins of weakness 124 2, 77 | called ~weakness of the flesh, in so far as it is owing 125 2, 77 | owing to a condition of the ~flesh that the passions of the 126 2, 77 | Whether concupiscence of the flesh, concupiscence of the eyes, 127 2, 77 | that "concupiscence of the flesh, concupiscence of ~the eyes, 128 2, 77 | Further, concupiscence of the flesh is aroused chiefly by what 129 2, 77 | with ~concupiscence of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[77] A[ 130 2, 77 | is concupiscence of the flesh, or [Vulg.: 'and'] pride 131 2, 77 | called "concupiscence of the flesh." The other is spiritual ~ 132 2, 77 | called a temptation of ~the flesh. But the greater the temptation 133 2, 77 | But concupiscence of the flesh, which is a passion, makes 134 2, 77 | according to Gal. 5:17: "The flesh lusteth against the ~spirit . . . 135 2, 80 | there is some ~sin when the flesh lusteth against the spirit." 136 2, 80 | cause ~concupiscence of the flesh, even as other passions, 137 2, 80 | OBJ 3: The lusting of the flesh against the spirit, when 138 2, 81 | in action. Now perfect flesh cannot infect the soul united 139 2, 81 | by the semen, than by the flesh which is already perfect, ~ 140 2, 81 | miraculously ~from human flesh?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 141 2, 81 | miraculously from human flesh. For a gloss on Gn. 4:1 142 2, 81 | the aforesaid manner, his flesh would be severed in the 143 2, 81 | being infected ~through the flesh. But man's flesh is entirely 144 2, 81 | through the flesh. But man's flesh is entirely corrupted. Therefore 145 2, 81 | from whatever ~part of the flesh it was formed. ~Aquin.: 146 2, 81 | be formed ~out of human flesh, would have been in Adam. 147 2, 81 | formed by God out of human flesh, it is evident that ~the 148 2, 81 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The flesh does not corrupt the soul, 149 2, 81 | to be formed from human flesh, he would have ~been in 150 2, 81 | materially only, of human flesh, they would not contract 151 2, 83 | subject of original sin is the flesh rather than the ~soul?~( 152 2, 83 | original sin is more in the flesh than in the soul?~Aquin.: 153 2, 83 | original sin is more in the flesh than in the ~soul. Because 154 2, 83 | Because the rebellion of the flesh against the mind arises 155 2, 83 | rebellion is seated in ~the flesh: for the Apostle says (Rm. 156 2, 83 | is ~seated chiefly in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 157 2, 83 | Therefore original sin is in the flesh rather than in the soul.~ 158 2, 83 | in him thus, but only our flesh. Therefore original sin 159 2, 83 | in the ~soul, but in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 160 2, 83 | is not corrupted by the flesh. Therefore ~original sin 161 2, 83 | not in the soul but in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 162 2, 83 | to that virtue. But the flesh cannot be the subject of ~ 163 2, 83 | me, that is to say, in my flesh, that which is good." Therefore 164 2, 83 | is good." Therefore the ~flesh cannot be the subject of 165 2, 83 | sin can nowise be in the flesh as its subject, but only 166 2, 83 | subject of guilt, while the ~flesh, of itself, cannot be the 167 2, 83 | whatever accrues to the flesh, has the character, not 168 2, 83 | original ~sin, and not the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[83] A[ 169 2, 83 | stated to dwell "in the flesh." Consequently it follows ~ 170 2, 83 | Consequently it follows ~that the flesh is the subject, not of guilt, 171 2, 83 | God infusing and to the flesh into ~which the soul is 172 2, 83 | from the soul as from ~the flesh, so is it derived by the 173 2, 83 | in the soul than in the flesh. Therefore it is more in 174 2, 83 | soul are more akin to the flesh than the will ~is, as is 175 2, 83 | spreads in two ways; from the flesh to the ~soul, and from the 176 2, 83 | powers, are more akin ~to the flesh, yet, since the will, being 177 2, 85 | the case with air, water, flesh and all bodies ~with similar 178 2, 89 | who does the works of the flesh, "shall not obtain the kingdom ~ 179 2, 89 | walk not ~according to the flesh": and he is speaking there 180 2, 89 | walk not ~according to the flesh, i.e. by consenting to concupiscence, 181 2, 89 | they feel the sting of the flesh, follow the road of ~damnation, 182 2, 89 | walk not according to the flesh." But damnation ~is not 183 2, 89 | feels the sting of ~the flesh in the first movements of 184 2, 93 | pertains the "prudence of the flesh," of which the Apostle says ~( 185 2, 93 | Vulg.: ~'wisdom'] of the flesh is an enemy to God: for 186 2, 93 | whom the prudence of the flesh ~dominates. Therefore all 187 2, 93 | OBJ 2: The prudence of the flesh cannot be subject to the 188 2, 93 | does the prudence of the flesh dominate ~so far as to destroy 189 2, 98 | Christ according ~to the flesh."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[98] A[ 190 2, 98 | it was ~weak through the flesh, God sent [Vulg.: 'sending'] 191 2, 100 | the concupiscence of the flesh; whereas, to covet ~other 192 2, 101 | 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have rejoiced in the living ~ 193 2, 102 | You shall circumcise the flesh of ~your foreskin, that 194 2, 102 | 49:13: "Shall I eat the flesh of bullocks? ~Or shall I 195 2, 102 | was forbidden to eat the flesh of certain peace-offerings 196 2, 102 | it was allowed to eat the flesh of other ~peace-offerings, 197 2, 102 | overcome the pride of the flesh; a lamb, when we restrain 198 2, 102 | the likeness of 'sinful flesh' [*An allusion to Col. ~ 199 2, 102 | abortive as it were, the flesh being not yet firm on ~account 200 2, 102 | is written (Gn. 9:4,5): "Flesh with blood you shall not 201 2, 102 | ex-voto" peace-offerings, the flesh of which could be eaten ~ 202 2, 102 | the bread foreshadowed the flesh of Christ; and the wine, 203 2, 102 | again, ~mortification of the flesh. ~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[101] 204 2, 102 | designate ~purity of the flesh; purple, to denote the sufferings 205 2, 102 | there is the true nature of flesh, as regards ~His humanity - 206 2, 102 | observes, "signifies the flesh ~refulgent with purity; 207 2, 102 | things; purple denotes the flesh subject to passions; the 208 2, 102 | shave all the hairs of their flesh.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 209 2, 102 | they received in their ~flesh such a sign as they could 210 2, 102 | covenant shall be in your flesh for a perpetual covenant." ~ 211 2, 102 | despoiling of the body of the flesh, but ~in the circumcision 212 2, 102 | you carry forth ~of the flesh thereof out of the house": 213 2, 102 | unspotted." The partaking of its flesh signified ~the eating of 214 2, 102 | in the Sacrament; and the flesh was roasted ~at the fire 215 2, 102 | putrefaction and corruption in the flesh; so, too, through some ~ 216 2, 102 | woof denoted sins of the flesh, for as the warp is in the 217 2, 102 | with her skin and ~her flesh, her blood and dung being 218 2, 102 | spiritually; ~for the "skin" and "flesh" signified Christ's outward 219 2, 102 | the likeness ~of sinful flesh" (Rm. 8:3). Moreover, Christ 220 2, 102 | linen breeches to cover the flesh of their nakedness," when 221 2, 102 | i.e. ~lustfulness of the flesh: also, if he have "a dry 222 2, 102 | herbs have I ~delivered all" flesh "to you." But the Law did 223 2, 102 | therefrom is unclean. ~But flesh is generated from blood. 224 2, 102 | blood. Since therefore all flesh was not ~prohibited as unclean, 225 2, 102 | animal already dead how its flesh be ~cooked. Consequently 226 2, 102 | kind of ~corruption, the flesh of certain animals is unclean, 227 2, 102 | smell; ~or because their flesh, through being too moist 228 2, 102 | were forbidden to eat the ~flesh of flat-footed animals, 229 2, 102 | were forbidden to ~eat the flesh of animals that have many 230 2, 102 | are very fierce and their flesh is very dry, such as the 231 2, 102 | is very dry, such as the flesh of ~lions and the like. 232 2, 102 | certain birds of prey the flesh of which is very dry, and 233 2, 102 | deluge: but the eating of flesh seems to have been ~introduced 234 2, 102 | have I delivered . . . all" flesh "to you." The reason for ~ 235 2, 102 | life; whereas the eating of flesh savors of delicate and ~ 236 2, 102 | the ~manner in which its flesh is cooked, yet it would 237 2, 102 | their idols prepared the ~flesh of kids in this manner, 238 2, 102 | the likeness of sinful flesh" (Rm. ~8:3), was not to 239 2, 102 | circumcision, which was in the flesh, but also by a certain difference 240 2, 102 | rites, ~of the bones and flesh of dead men. Wherefore, 241 2, 102 | make incisions in their flesh, ~in order to exclude the 242 2, 102 | their garments or cut their flesh, ~i.e. they should not incur 243 2, 103 | to the ~cleansing of the flesh." And just as this uncleanness 244 2, 103 | ceremonies, affected the flesh rather than the soul, so ~ 245 2, 103 | Heb. 9:10) justices of the flesh: "justices of the flesh," 246 2, 103 | flesh: "justices of the flesh," says he, ~"being laid 247 2, 103 | to the cleansing of the flesh," as the ~Apostle states ( 248 2, 103 | despoiling of the body of the flesh, but in the circumcision 249 2, 104 | washings and ~justices of the flesh," as the Apostle declares ( 250 2, 105 | of the spirits of all the flesh provide a man, that ~may 251 2, 105 | from the herd signifies the flesh of ~Christ; which had not 252 2, 106 | in the likeness of sinful flesh, of sin* hath ~condemned 253 2, 106 | hath ~condemned sin in the flesh, that the justification 254 2, 106 | et" (and), after "sinful flesh." The text quoted should 255 2, 106 | the likeness of sinful flesh, and a sin offering ({peri 256 2, 107 | the likeness of sinful flesh . . . hath condemned sin 257 2, 107 | hath condemned sin in the flesh, that ~the justification 258 2, 108 | 14): "The Word was made flesh," ~and afterwards: "full 259 2, 108 | inward ~grace, whereby the flesh is subjected to the Spirit, 260 2, 108 | the ~concupiscence of the flesh," which refers to pleasures 261 2, 108 | refers to pleasures of the flesh, "and ~the concupiscence 262 2, 108 | the "concupiscence of the ~flesh"; and honors, which pertain 263 2, 109 | law of God, but with the ~flesh, the law of sin." And in 264 2, 109 | corrupted and poisoned in the flesh, whereby it serves "the 265 2, 109 | innocence in which the ~flesh was not rebellious against 266 2, 109 | not yet completed in the flesh, as it will be in heaven, 267 2, 1 | God might not have ~taken flesh, for it was merely because 268 2, 1 | That "God would not take flesh," considered in itself was ~ 269 2, 2 | of Christ's advent in the flesh, since he had clearly professed 270 2, 2 | that the Son of God took flesh; that He renewed the world ~ 271 2, 3 | abstinence, which is to tame the flesh, and consequently it ~is 272 2, 11 | cap. 27] "The works of the flesh are manifest: Heresy is 273 2, 11 | seem ~not to pertain to the flesh. Now heresy belongs to the 274 2, 11 | belongs to the works of the ~flesh, for the Apostle says (Gal. 275 2, 11 | 5:19): "The works of the flesh are ~manifest, which are 276 2, 11 | belongs ~to the works of the flesh, not indeed by reason of 277 2, 11 | certain connection with the flesh, in as much as its act is 278 2, 11 | says: "Cut off the ~decayed flesh, expel the mangy sheep from 279 2, 13 | of the ~weakness of the flesh which they perceived in 280 2, 13 | account of the weakness of the flesh: but afterwards they sinned 281 2, 14 | vices arise from sins of the flesh?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 282 2, 14 | arise from sins of the ~flesh?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 283 2, 14 | arise from sins of the flesh. For Augustine (Retract. 284 2, 14 | chiefly ~by sins of the flesh. Therefore blindness of 285 2, 14 | not caused by sins of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[15] A[ 286 2, 14 | to the corruption of the flesh. But the flesh does not 287 2, 14 | corruption of the flesh. But the flesh does not act on the ~soul, 288 2, 14 | Therefore the sins of the flesh do not ~cause blindness 289 2, 14 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The flesh acts on the intellective 290 2, 18 | from "concupiscence of the flesh," ~which is the desire for 291 2, 18 | 118:120): "Pierce Thou my flesh with ~Thy fear," whence 292 2, 18 | to fear to restrain ~the flesh. But the curbing of the 293 2, 18 | But the curbing of the flesh seems to belong rather to 294 2, 20 | consequently from sins of the flesh, which give the most ~absorbing 295 2, 25 | with her husband, as one flesh, according to Mt. 19:6: ~" 296 2, 25 | they are not two, but one flesh." Consequently a man loves ~ 297 2, 25 | being united to him in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 298 2, 28 | according to Gal. 5:17: "The flesh ~lusteth against the spirit." 299 2, 33 | of the ~opposition of the flesh to the spirit, and then 300 2, 33 | good, on account of the ~flesh utterly prevailing over 301 2, 35 | among ~the works of the flesh (Gal. 5:20), of which it 302 2, 36 | included among the works of the flesh, and as stated there (Gal. 303 2, 37 | up by the sense of ~his flesh, and not holding the Head, 304 2, 39 | reckoned among the works of the flesh (Gal. 5:20), and "they who 305 2, 41 | It is good not to eat flesh, ~and not to drink wine, 306 2, 41 | through the ~weakness of the flesh; but they are not scandalized ( 307 2, 41 | 8:13: "I will never eat flesh, lest I should scandalize 308 2, 45 | Douay: ~'wisdom'] of the flesh is death," because, to wit, 309 2, 45 | in the pleasures of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 310 2, 45 | prudence" or "prudence of ~the flesh."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[47] A[ 311 2, 53 | Whether prudence of the flesh is a sin?~(2) Whether it 312 2, 53 | Whether prudence of the flesh is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 313 2, 53 | seem that prudence of the flesh is not a sin. For ~prudence 314 2, 53 | it is lawful to love the flesh, "for no man ever ~hated 315 2, 53 | man ever ~hated his own flesh" (Eph. 5:29). Therefore 316 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the flesh is not ~a sin.~Aquin.: SMT 317 2, 53 | as man is tempted by the flesh, so too is he ~tempted by 318 2, 53 | should any prudence of ~the flesh be accounted among sins.~ 319 2, 53 | Vulg.: 'wisdom'] of the flesh ~is an enemy to God." Therefore 320 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the flesh is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 321 2, 53 | Hence prudence of the ~flesh signifies properly the prudence 322 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the flesh is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 323 2, 53 | thus that ~prudence of the flesh is said to be a sin.~Aquin.: 324 2, 53 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The flesh is on account of the soul, 325 2, 53 | principal ~agent. Hence the flesh is loved lawfully, if it 326 2, 53 | last end in a good ~of the flesh, his love will be inordinate 327 2, 53 | that the prudence of the flesh is directed to the love 328 2, 53 | directed to the love of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 329 2, 53 | which the world and the flesh tempt us, in so far as worldly 330 2, 53 | in the "prudence of the flesh," because we covet the ~ 331 2, 53 | world on account of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 332 2, 53 | Whether prudence of the flesh is a mortal sin?~Aquin.: 333 2, 53 | seem that prudence of the flesh is a mortal sin. For it ~ 334 2, 53 | Douay: 'wisdom'] of the flesh . . . ~is not subject to 335 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the ~flesh is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 336 2, 53 | sin. Now ~prudence of the flesh seems to be a sin against 337 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the flesh is a mortal sin.~Aquin.: 338 2, 53 | 10. Now prudence of the flesh is opposed to that ~prudence 339 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of ~the flesh is chief among mortal sins, 340 2, 53 | pertaining to ~the care of the flesh, which seems to pertain 341 2, 53 | Therefore prudence of the flesh has not ~of itself the nature 342 2, 53 | Accordingly if prudence of the flesh be taken as ~corresponding 343 2, 53 | life in the care of the flesh, it is a ~mortal sin, because 344 2, 53 | other hand, prudence of the flesh be taken as corresponding 345 2, 53 | for some pleasure of the flesh, without ~turning away from 346 2, 53 | pertains to prudence of the flesh. But ~if a man actually 347 2, 53 | actually refers the care of the flesh to a good end, as when one ~ 348 2, 53 | longer prudence of the flesh, because then one uses the 349 2, 53 | one uses the care of the flesh ~as a means to an end.~Aquin.: 350 2, 53 | life in the goods of the flesh, and this ~is a mortal sin.~ 351 2, 53 | Reply OBJ 2: Prudence of the flesh does not imply a sin against 352 2, 53 | who has prudence of the flesh, cannot be ~converted and 353 2, 53 | distinct from ~prudence of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 354 2, 53 | pertains to prudence of the ~flesh; secondly, when, in order 355 2, 53 | distinct from prudence of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[55] A[ 356 2, 71 | than those who killed the flesh that was soon to rise ~again." 357 2, 71 | unites two persons in one flesh, whereas reviling severs 358 2, 79 | 83:3): "My heart and my flesh have ~rejoiced in the living 359 2, 79 | belong to the members of the flesh. ~Therefore it seems that 360 2, 79 | 49:13, "Shall I eat the flesh of ~bullocks? or shall I 361 2, 81 | besought the sting of the flesh to be removed from him. ~ 362 2, 81 | removal of the sting in his flesh, because this ~was not expedient. 363 2, 86 | continency, so is eating flesh or drinking wine contrary 364 2, 86 | fruitfulness of the of the ~flesh nor any bodily good is to 365 2, 92 | sacrificed the sacrificial flesh ~acquired neither sanctification, 366 2, 102 | masters according to the flesh." Therefore in like manner 367 2, 102 | law of God, but in his flesh the law of sin. Wherefore 368 2, 114 | wherefore ~the sins of the flesh, whereby the flesh enslaves 369 2, 114 | of the flesh, whereby the flesh enslaves the reason, are 370 2, 116 | Whether it is a sin of the flesh or a spiritual sin?~(7) 371 2, 116 | body as do the sins of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 372 2, 116 | condivided with sin of the flesh. Now ~covetousness is seemingly 373 2, 116 | is seemingly a sin of the flesh, for it results from the ~ 374 2, 116 | from the ~corruption of the flesh, as instanced in old people 375 2, 116 | 3: Further, a sin of the flesh is one by which man's body 376 2, 116 | Accordingly, sins of ~the flesh are those which are consummated 377 2, 116 | without ~pleasure of the flesh. Such is covetousness: for 378 2, 116 | it is not a sin ~of the flesh. Nevertheless by reason 379 2, 116 | wherefrom." Hence a vice of the flesh is so called from ~its tending 380 2, 116 | tending to a pleasure of the flesh, and not from its originating 381 2, 116 | originating in ~some defect of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[118] A[ 382 2, 116 | former is troubled in the flesh in ~the same way as the 383 2, 117 | the concupiscence ~of the flesh is more prone; and because 384 2, 119 | worship to a father in the ~flesh is a virtue: but the piety 385 2, 119 | worship to one's father in the flesh, as the piety ~that is a 386 2, 119 | only to his father in the flesh, but also to all his kindred 387 2, 120 | than to his father in the flesh, ~according to Heb. 12:9, " 388 2, 121 | with ~infirmities of the flesh, and this belongs to the 389 2, 121 | man is to overcome the ~flesh, to withstand self-indulgence, 390 2, 121 | chiefly to the sins of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 391 2, 122 | safeguarding the integrity of the flesh: wherefore ~seemingly the 392 2, 122 | sometimes the integrity of the flesh has been forfeited or has ~ 393 2, 122 | forfeits the integrity of the flesh for the sake ~of Christ' 394 2, 122 | forfeits the integrity of the flesh, or is ~condemned to forfeit 395 2, 122 | Christ's have crucified their flesh with the ~vices and concupiscences." 396 2, 123 | your lords according to the flesh, with fear ~and trembling." 397 2, 124 | No man ever hated his own flesh." Wherefore even those that ~ 398 2, 124 | so from love of their own flesh, which they desire to ~free 399 2, 134 | naturally has for his own flesh. Hence there is no comparison 400 2, 139 | from the pleasures of the flesh, according to Ps. ~118:120: " 401 2, 139 | 118:120: "Pierce Thou my flesh with Thy fear." The gift 402 2, 140 | desirable bread, and neither ~flesh nor wine entered my mouth, 403 2, 140 | 12], "the sins of the ~flesh," which are comprised under 404 2, 140 | delight ~in eating human flesh, or in committing the unnatural 405 2, 142 | comparison with ~sins of the flesh, or because they connote 406 2, 145 | bridle the lusts of the flesh, wherefore the Apostle ~ 407 2, 145 | the mind, subjects one's flesh to the spirit, renders the 408 2, 145 | anger. In vain ~then is the flesh restrained if the mind allowed 409 2, 145 | James 3:2), and because "the flesh ~lusteth against the spirit" ( 410 2, 145 | liberty an ~occasion to the flesh."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 411 2, 145 | fast by punishing their ~flesh, are conformed to the Passion 412 2, 145 | s, have crucified their flesh with the vices and ~concupiscences."~ 413 2, 145 | bidden to abstain ~from flesh meat, eggs, and milk foods?~ 414 2, 145 | bidden to ~abstain from flesh meat, eggs, and milk foods. 415 2, 145 | the concupiscence ~of the flesh. Now concupiscence is kindled 416 2, 145 | wine more than by ~eating flesh; according to Prov. 20:1, " 417 2, 145 | not ~be forbidden to eat flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 418 2, 145 | delectable to eat as the flesh of ~certain animals. Now " 419 2, 145 | it exclude the eating of flesh meat.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[147] 420 2, 145 | the concupiscences of the flesh, which regard ~pleasures 421 2, 145 | incentive to lust. ~Such are the flesh of animals that take their 422 2, 145 | it is ~chiefly the use of flesh meat which is most productive 423 2, 145 | are ~forbidden the use of flesh meat rather than of wine 424 2, 145 | generally speaking, eating flesh meat ~affords more pleasure 425 2, 145 | forbade those who fast to eat flesh meat, rather ~than to eat 426 2, 145 | animals that provide us with flesh: wherefore ~the prohibition 427 2, 145 | wherefore ~the prohibition of flesh meat takes precedence of 428 2, 145 | this reason the ~eating of flesh meat is forbidden in every 429 2, 146 | contrary, The sins of the flesh, among which gluttony is ~ 430 2, 146 | my heart to withdraw ~my flesh from wine, that I might 431 2, 147 | my ~heart to withdraw my flesh from wine, that I might 432 2, 147 | It is good not to eat ~flesh, and not to drink wine, 433 2, 147 | after the deluge ~wine and flesh were sanctioned: but Christ 434 2, 150 | consists in integrity of the flesh?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 435 2, 150 | consist in integrity of the ~flesh. For Augustine says (De 436 2, 150 | incorruption in a corruptible flesh." But meditation does not 437 2, 150 | meditation does not concern the ~flesh. Therefore virginity is 438 2, 150 | virginity is not situated in the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 439 2, 150 | not incorruption of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 440 2, 150 | Further, the integrity of the flesh would seem to consist in 441 2, 150 | in ~incorruption of the flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 442 2, 150 | Further, corruption of the flesh consists chiefly in resolution ~ 443 2, 150 | in incorruption of the ~flesh.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] A[ 444 2, 150 | whereby integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated and ~ 445 2, 150 | Creator of both soul and flesh."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[152] 446 2, 150 | of virginity: for if the flesh were ~incorruptible, it 447 2, 150 | virginity resides in the flesh," and for this reason is 448 2, 150 | s consent, although the flesh derives pleasure from it, 449 2, 150 | virginity is integrity of the flesh free of all experience of ~ 450 2, 150 | namely integrity of the flesh and freedom from venereal ~ 451 2, 150 | aforesaid integrity of the flesh: nevertheless he can have 452 2, 150 | this same integrity of the flesh, should it be ~fitting for 453 2, 150 | virginity, integrity of the flesh is vowed, consecrated ~and 454 2, 150 | Creator of both soul and flesh." Hence ~virginity, as a 455 2, 150 | the "tribulation of ~the flesh," to which married people 456 2, 150 | the fruitfulness of the flesh, even of those ~women who 457 2, 150 | the mind but also of the ~flesh, as Augustine says (De Virgin. 458 2, 150 | preserved integrity of the flesh.~ 459 2, 151 | He that soweth in the flesh, of the flesh shall reap ~ 460 2, 151 | soweth in the flesh, of the flesh shall reap ~corruption." 461 2, 151 | Now the sowing of the flesh refers to venereal pleasures. ~ 462 2, 151 | numbered among the works of the flesh: Gal. 5:19 [Douay: ~'luxury'].~ 463 2, 151 | safeguard ~the chastity of the flesh." Now it is seemingly contrary 464 2, 152 | 5:19): "The works of the flesh are manifest, which are 465 2, 152 | to the inconstancy of the flesh, doubtless he will be ~punished, 466 2, 152 | the ~inconstancy of the flesh, is freed from eternal loss, 467 2, 152 | 12) that the sins of the ~flesh are less grievous than spiritual 468 2, 152 | fornication is consummated in the flesh, ~which is also the case 469 2, 152 | real union of bodies, the flesh is at once moved, with the ~ 470 2, 152 | thinks about the ~sins of the flesh for the purpose of discussion; 471 2, 153 | pleasure of eating human flesh; ~and as regards venereal 472 2, 153 | the fruitfulness of the flesh ~is the purpose of marriage 473 2, 154 | incontinent, because "the flesh lusteth against ~the spirit," 474 2, 154 | incontinence pertains to the ~flesh rather than to the soul.~ 475 2, 154 | man concupiscence of the flesh overcomes ~the spirit, not 476 2, 160 | according to Is. 40:6, "All flesh is grass, and all the glory 477 2, 160 | to fall into sins of the flesh, which though they be less ~ 478 2, 160 | falls into the lusts of the flesh, ~that being thus humbled 479 2, 161 | was no rebellion of the flesh against the spirit. Wherefore 480 2, 161 | the concupiscence of ~the flesh tends against the order 481 2, 162 | at the rebellion ~of the flesh against the spirit; hence 482 2, 162 | wherein the ~rebellion of the flesh against the spirit is most 483 2, 164 | provision [curam] for the flesh in ~its concupiscences."~ 484 2, 164 | things which foster the flesh, it follows that man's ~ 485 2, 164 | about things that foster his flesh, so that man ~seeks to know 486 2, 164 | to seek pleasures of the flesh, fortitude is ~chiefly commended 487 2, 164 | restraint from pleasures of the ~flesh. But as regards knowledge, 488 2, 165 | as concupiscence ~of the flesh and pride of life, which 489 2, 167 | this be done to tame the flesh, ~or to humble the spirit, 490 2, 170 | are ~called slaves of the flesh, but never ravening wolves, 491 2, 178 | we live ~in this mortal flesh, no one reaches such a height 492 2, 180 | hearkening: 'The Word was ~made flesh': Him was Martha serving." 493 2, 183 | But to ~abide still in the flesh is needful for you. And 494 2, 183 | brother, I will never eat flesh": ~provided, however, the 495 2, 184 | from all defilement of the flesh and of the spirit, perfecting ~ 496 2, 184 | of God." Now cleanness of flesh and spirit is ~safeguarded 497 2, 184 | since by victims another's flesh, but by obedience ~one's 498 2, 185 | removing idleness: for the flesh is ~afflicted by fastings 499 2, 185 | put ~hair-cloth upon his flesh." Sometimes, however, it 500 2, 185 | who "put hair-cloth on his flesh," the Lord said to ~Elias: "


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