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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 7 | existence; and hence its generation ~could never come to be, 2 1, 9 | substances are pure from generation and from every variation, 3 1, 13 | sun is the cause of the generation of ~all men; whereas the 4 1, 14 | world is eternal, nor that generation and movement ~will go on 5 1, 15 | must be the end of any ~generation whatsoever. But an agent 6 1, 15 | except "ingenerability, ~generation, and procession." Ideas 7 1, 15 | knowledge of things and of their generation, an idea has this twofold ~ 8 1, 16 | since it remains after all ~generation and corruption. But truth 9 1, 18 | corruptible ~nature, that needs generation to preserve the species, 10 1, 19 | some other form, and the generation of one ~thing, which implies 11 1, 22 | corruption of one is the ~generation of another, and through 12 1, 26 | even as to ~be the term of generation belongs accidentally to 13 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation?~(3) Whether there can be 14 1, 27 | procession in God besides generation.~(4) Whether that other 15 1, 27 | procession can be called generation?~(5) Whether there are more 16 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 17 1, 27 | procession in God can be called generation. ~For generation is change 18 1, 27 | called generation. ~For generation is change from non-existence 19 1, 27 | belongs to God. Therefore generation cannot exist in God.~Aquin.: 20 1, 27 | a process is not called ~generation in us; therefore neither 21 1, 27 | existence. Therefore there is no generation ~in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP 22 1, 27 | the Word in God is called generation. ~In proof whereof we must 23 1, 27 | whereof we must observe that generation has a twofold meaning: ~ 24 1, 27 | to everything subject to generation and corruption; in which ~ 25 1, 27 | corruption; in which ~sense generation is nothing but change from 26 1, 27 | hair has not the aspect of ~generation and sonship, but only that 27 1, 27 | animals has not the aspect of generation and sonship, although it ~ 28 1, 27 | similitude; for this kind of generation requires that there ~should 29 1, 27 | such as men and ~animals, generation includes both these kinds 30 1, 27 | includes both these kinds of generation. But if there ~is a being 31 1, 27 | entirely the first kind of ~generation; whereas it may have that 32 1, 27 | it may have that kind of generation which belongs to ~living 33 1, 27 | procession of the Word in God is ~generation; for He proceeds by way 34 1, 27 | the Word in God is called ~generation; and the Word Himself proceeding 35 1, 27 | is based on the idea of generation in the ~first sense, importing 36 1, 27 | proceeds; so the idea of generation cannot be properly and ~ 37 1, 27 | employs terms which ~denote generation of living things in order 38 1, 27 | exists in God besides the ~generation of the Word. Because, for 39 1, 27 | procession of love in God is generation?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 40 1, 27 | procession of love in God is generation. ~For what proceeds by way 41 1, 27 | should proceed by way of generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 42 1, 27 | name is applicable ~but generation. Therefore the procession 43 1, 27 | procession of love in God is generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[27] A[ 44 1, 27 | ought not to be called ~generation. In evidence whereof we 45 1, 27 | similitude, and is called generation, because every generator 46 1, 27 | A[1]). As in ~creatures generation is the only principle of 47 1, 27 | special name, except that of ~generation. Hence the procession which 48 1, 27 | procession which is not generation has remained ~without a 49 1, 28 | OBJ 4: Further, the divine generation proceeds by way of an intelligible ~ 50 1, 28 | in God, consequent ~upon generation, are only logical relations.~ 51 1, 28 | procession of the Word is called generation in ~the proper sense of 52 1, 28 | relation of the principle of generation in perfect living beings 53 1, 29 | first used to signify the generation of living things, which ~ 54 1, 29 | And because this kind of generation comes from an ~intrinsic 55 1, 30 | intellect, which in ~God is generation, wherefrom paternity and 56 1, 30 | Word is the very same as generation by way of nature. But love, 57 1, 30 | procession of love is not called generation in God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 58 1, 32 | heat." By which words the ~generation of the Son and procession 59 1, 32 | reach ~the sacred mystery of generation by his own mind." And Ambrose 60 1, 32 | impossible to know the secret of generation. The mind ~fails, the voice 61 1, 32 | distinguished by origin of generation and procession (Q[30], A[ 62 1, 32 | this does not refer to the generation of the Son, or to the ~procession 63 1, 33 | first before creatures. But generation appears to apply to creatures ~ 64 1, 33 | creatures ~before God; because generation seems to be truer when the 65 1, 33 | name "Father" taken from ~generation does not seem to be the 66 1, 33 | perfection, and by its end. Now ~generation signifies something in process 67 1, 33 | signifies the complement of generation; and therefore the name ~" 68 1, 33 | Reply OBJ 4: The terms "generation" and "paternity" like the 69 1, 33 | thus. It is manifest that generation receives its ~species from 70 1, 33 | and more perfect is ~the generation; as univocal generation 71 1, 33 | generation; as univocal generation is more perfect than non-univocal, ~ 72 1, 33 | fact that in the divine generation the ~form of the Begetter 73 1, 33 | specifically, the same, shows ~that generation, and consequently paternity, 74 1, 33 | the truth ~of the divine generation and paternity.~Aquin.: SMT 75 1, 33 | reason of ~filiation or generation, according to Col. 1:15: " 76 1, 33 | the negation of passive generation. For he says that "unbegotten" 77 1, 33 | another by way only of generation. In this sense the term " 78 1, 33 | nature it presupposes the ~generation of the Son. Hence, it being 79 1, 33 | although He is the principle of generation, it follows, as a ~consequence, 80 1, 33 | is not the principle of generation, but ~proceeds from the 81 1, 34 | this ~procession is called generation, as we have shown above ( 82 1, 36 | the Son has His being by generation. Therefore if the ~Holy 83 1, 39 | hence the ~phrase means that generation is repugnant to the divine 84 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, generation or corruption in ourselves 85 1, 39 | corruption in ourselves implies generation ~or corruption of what is 86 1, 39 | commences to exist in it anew by generation, and ceases to exist by ~ 87 1, 39 | as communicating it by ~generation and spiration.~Aquin.: SMT 88 1, 40 | signified by ~way of act, as "generation"; and "relation" by way 89 1, 40 | something, or to something; as generation signifies the way to a thing ~ 90 1, 40 | should be distinguished by ~generation alone; but in the generator 91 1, 40 | hypostasis as from another by generation. And that the consequent ~ 92 1, 40 | Son." So it seems ~that generation precedes paternity in the 93 1, 40 | founded on the action of generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes 94 1, 40 | Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 95 1, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, active generation is to paternity as nativity 96 1, 40 | paternity also presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 97 1, 40 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Generation is the operation of the 98 1, 40 | intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 99 1, 40 | signification - active, as ~generation is attributed to the Father, 100 1, 40 | person of the Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding from ~ 101 1, 41 | Whence the Master says that "generation and nativity in other words ~ 102 1, 41 | the Father's will in the generation of the Son, ~for they said 103 1, 41 | the principle of the Son's generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 104 1, 41 | these ways is the divine generation necessary; because God is 105 1, 41 | difference between true "generation," whereby one ~proceeds 106 1, 41 | the ~human substance in generation passes into the substance 107 1, 41 | Father, communicated by generation, subsists in the Son.~Aquin.: 108 1, 41 | minds the mode of the divine generation; for ~in generation what 109 1, 41 | divine generation; for ~in generation what is generated receives 110 1, 41 | be understood, and from ~generation the unity of nature in the 111 1, 41 | Father to be principle of generation; ~and the Father and the 112 1, 41 | the Son; for the power of generation means ~that whereby the 113 1, 41 | Fide ~Orth. i, 18) that generation is the "work of nature," 114 1, 41 | more ~perfectly, as the generation is more perfect. Since, 115 1, 41 | therefore, the ~divine generation is most perfect, that by 116 1, 41 | is ~signified directly, generation indirectly: just as if I 117 1, 41 | sense be "the power of ~generation" - that is, a power by which 118 1, 42 | Arius gives twelve modes ~of generation. The first mode is like 119 1, 42 | begins to be; for the end of generation is ~existence. But the Son 120 1, 42 | since, during the process of generation, ~a thing must be imperfect, 121 1, 42 | successively ~generated, and this generation would be material, and accompanied 122 1, 42 | perfectly represents the divine ~generation. Hence we need to gather 123 1, 42 | ceases to be. The divine generation, however, is ~not changed, 124 1, 42 | ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation of the Son is not in ~the " 125 1, 42 | filiation that the Son ~by generation should attain to the possession 126 1, 42 | Himself. But since in men generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~ 127 1, 42 | defect in the principle of generation it ~should happen otherwise. 128 1, 42 | we say that the power of generation in the Father was ~defective, 129 1, 42 | substance to relation, for generation ~signifies a divine relation. 130 1, 43 | begotten." But the Son's ~generation is eternal. Therefore mission 131 1, 43 | express the eternal term, as "generation" and ~"spiration"; for generation 132 1, 43 | generation" and ~"spiration"; for generation is the procession of the 133 1, 43 | significance in God; ~but "generation" and "spiration" are exclusively 134 1, 43 | Gregory speaks of the temporal generation of the Son, not ~from the 135 1, 43 | mission of the Holy Ghost, as generation is ~distinguished from procession. 136 1, 44 | OBJ 2: Further, the end of generation, and the form of the thing ~ 137 1, 44 | 70), because ~the end of generation is the form of the thing 138 1, 44 | generated is not the end of ~generation, except inasmuch as it is 139 1, 45 | being. Therefore as the generation of a man is from the ~"not-being" 140 1, 45 | be more imperfect: thus generation is simply nobler and ~more 141 1, 45 | the term "wherefrom" in generation, is more imperfect than 142 1, 45 | perfect and excellent than generation and alteration, because 143 1, 45 | or ~accidental form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, 144 1, 45 | by the first: as natural generation produces the natural thing, ~ 145 1, 45 | thing supposed in ~natural generation is matter. Therefore matter, 146 1, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: For the generation of imperfect animals, a 147 1, 45 | agent. ~However, for the generation of perfect animals the universal 148 1, 46 | heaven did not begin by generation, as some said, ~especially 149 1, 46 | if the world was eternal, generation also was eternal. ~Therefore 150 1, 46 | Further, if the world and generation always were, there have 151 1, 46 | would be impossible if the ~generation of this man depended upon 152 1, 47 | which are not subject to generation and corruption. ~Secondly, 153 1, 50 | corruption, death, ~matter, and generation."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 154 1, 53 | and in the substantial generation of fire, there is no last ~ 155 1, 53 | illumination and ~substantial generation are called instantaneous 156 1, 53 | continuous movement: just as generation is the term ~of the alteration 157 1, 54 | which there chances to be ~generation or making. Knowledge, however, 158 1, 60 | the ~principle of natural generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 159 1, 62 | the first instant of its generation. Consequently, if the ~angel 160 1, 63 | defect in the principle of generation, begins at once to limp. ~ 161 1, 65 | reason they are said to cause generation and corruption. ~Much more, 162 1, 65 | corrupted, but by reason ~of the generation or corruption of the "composite"; 163 1, 66 | accidents, implying not generation, but alteration. Hence we ~ 164 1, 66 | matter, as their mutual generation and corruption prove, it ~ 165 1, 66 | in their nature. And as generation and ~corruption are from 166 1, 66 | remains subsisting beneath ~generation and corruption, it follows 167 1, 67 | The third reason is from generation and corruption. For if light 168 1, 68 | so it would be liable to ~generation and corruption. Therefore 169 1, 68 | element, and appointed to the generation of ~composite bodies, according 170 1, 68 | whereby the continuance of generation is secured. In the same 171 1, 70 | nutrition, growth, and ~generation, through which the nutritive 172 1, 71 | more distinct limbs, and ~generation of a higher order. For they 173 1, 71 | said that in the natural ~generation of all animals that are 174 1, 71 | principle, however, in ~the generation of either kind of animals, 175 1, 71 | the words in which their generation is described.~Aquin.: SMT 176 1, 71 | themselves. Moreover, in ~generation also the more perfect is 177 1, 72 | their life, ~but only their generation is mentioned, since only 178 1, 72 | mentioned, since only in generation is a ~vital act observed 179 1, 72 | more distinct and ~their generation of a higher order, (yet 180 1, 72 | and species, to denote the generation of like from like. But it 181 1, 72 | gives power to multiply by generation, ~and, having been mentioned 182 1, 72 | case ~of man, since in him generation of children has a special 183 1, 72 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Since the generation of one thing is the corruption 184 1, 73 | creatures, securing the generation of ~like from like. And 185 1, 75 | But the beginning, by generation, of men is like that of 186 1, 75 | accidentally, that is, by the generation or ~corruption of something 187 1, 75 | corruption of something else. For generation and corruption belong to 188 1, 75 | it, which is acquired by generation ~and lost by corruption. 189 1, 75 | or lost ~it through the generation or corruption of composite 190 1, 75 | there is contrariety; ~since generation and corruption are from 191 1, 75 | have a like beginning in generation is true of the body; for 192 1, 76 | and the ~term of human generation. And so the Philosopher 193 1, 76 | there would not be simple generation; nor at its ~removal simple 194 1, 77 | but the ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, for it to be 195 1, 77 | according to ~the order of generation and time; forasmuch as from 196 1, 77 | soul are prior by way of generation to the powers of the ~sensitive 197 1, 77 | others in the order of generation, for the animal is generated 198 1, 39 | hence the ~phrase means that generation is repugnant to the divine 199 1, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, generation or corruption in ourselves 200 1, 39 | corruption in ourselves implies generation ~or corruption of what is 201 1, 39 | commences to exist in it anew by generation, and ceases to exist by ~ 202 1, 39 | as communicating it by ~generation and spiration.~Aquin.: SMT 203 1, 40 | signified by ~way of act, as "generation"; and "relation" by way 204 1, 40 | something, or to something; as generation signifies the way to a thing ~ 205 1, 40 | should be distinguished by ~generation alone; but in the generator 206 1, 40 | hypostasis as from another by generation. And that the consequent ~ 207 1, 40 | Son." So it seems ~that generation precedes paternity in the 208 1, 40 | founded on the action of generation. Therefore ~paternity presupposes 209 1, 40 | Therefore ~paternity presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 210 1, 40 | 1~OBJ 3: Further, active generation is to paternity as nativity 211 1, 40 | paternity also presupposes generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 212 1, 40 | Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Generation is the operation of the 213 1, 40 | intelligence, paternity is prior to generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[40] A[ 214 1, 40 | signification - active, as ~generation is attributed to the Father, 215 1, 40 | person of the Son. But active generation signifies a proceeding from ~ 216 1, 41 | Whence the Master says that "generation and nativity in other words ~ 217 1, 41 | the Father's will in the generation of the Son, ~for they said 218 1, 41 | the principle of the Son's generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 219 1, 41 | these ways is the divine generation necessary; because God is 220 1, 41 | difference between true "generation," whereby one ~proceeds 221 1, 41 | the ~human substance in generation passes into the substance 222 1, 41 | Father, communicated by generation, subsists in the Son.~Aquin.: 223 1, 41 | minds the mode of the divine generation; for ~in generation what 224 1, 41 | divine generation; for ~in generation what is generated receives 225 1, 41 | be understood, and from ~generation the unity of nature in the 226 1, 41 | Father to be principle of generation; ~and the Father and the 227 1, 41 | the Son; for the power of generation means ~that whereby the 228 1, 41 | Fide ~Orth. i, 18) that generation is the "work of nature," 229 1, 41 | more ~perfectly, as the generation is more perfect. Since, 230 1, 41 | therefore, the ~divine generation is most perfect, that by 231 1, 41 | is ~signified directly, generation indirectly: just as if I 232 1, 41 | sense be "the power of ~generation" - that is, a power by which 233 1, 42 | Arius gives twelve modes ~of generation. The first mode is like 234 1, 42 | begins to be; for the end of generation is ~existence. But the Son 235 1, 42 | since, during the process of generation, ~a thing must be imperfect, 236 1, 42 | successively ~generated, and this generation would be material, and accompanied 237 1, 42 | perfectly represents the divine ~generation. Hence we need to gather 238 1, 42 | ceases to be. The divine generation, however, is ~not changed, 239 1, 42 | ad 1, A[4] ad 2). But the generation of the Son is not in ~the " 240 1, 42 | filiation that the Son ~by generation should attain to the possession 241 1, 42 | Himself. But since in men generation is a certain kind of transmutation ~ 242 1, 42 | defect in the principle of generation it ~should happen otherwise. 243 1, 42 | we say that the power of generation in the Father was ~defective, 244 1, 42 | substance to relation, for generation ~signifies a divine relation. 245 1, 43 | begotten." But the Son's ~generation is eternal. Therefore mission 246 1, 43 | express the eternal term, as "generation" and ~"spiration"; for generation 247 1, 43 | generation" and ~"spiration"; for generation is the procession of the 248 1, 43 | significance in God; ~but "generation" and "spiration" are exclusively 249 1, 43 | Gregory speaks of the temporal generation of the Son, not ~from the 250 1, 43 | mission of the Holy Ghost, as generation is ~distinguished from procession. 251 1, 45 | OBJ 2: Further, the end of generation, and the form of the thing ~ 252 1, 45 | 70), because ~the end of generation is the form of the thing 253 1, 45 | generated is not the end of ~generation, except inasmuch as it is 254 1, 46 | being. Therefore as the generation of a man is from the ~"not-being" 255 1, 46 | be more imperfect: thus generation is simply nobler and ~more 256 1, 46 | the term "wherefrom" in generation, is more imperfect than 257 1, 46 | perfect and excellent than generation and alteration, because 258 1, 46 | or ~accidental form. But generation taken simply, or relatively, 259 1, 46 | by the first: as natural generation produces the natural thing, ~ 260 1, 46 | thing supposed in ~natural generation is matter. Therefore matter, 261 1, 46 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: For the generation of imperfect animals, a 262 1, 46 | agent. ~However, for the generation of perfect animals the universal 263 1, 47 | heaven did not begin by generation, as some said, ~especially 264 1, 47 | if the world was eternal, generation also was eternal. ~Therefore 265 1, 47 | Further, if the world and generation always were, there have 266 1, 47 | would be impossible if the ~generation of this man depended upon 267 1, 48 | which are not subject to generation and corruption. ~Secondly, 268 1, 51 | corruption, death, ~matter, and generation."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[50] A[ 269 1, 54 | and in the substantial generation of fire, there is no last ~ 270 1, 54 | illumination and ~substantial generation are called instantaneous 271 1, 54 | continuous movement: just as generation is the term ~of the alteration 272 1, 55 | which there chances to be ~generation or making. Knowledge, however, 273 1, 61 | the ~principle of natural generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 274 1, 63 | the first instant of its generation. Consequently, if the ~angel 275 1, 64 | defect in the principle of generation, begins at once to limp. ~ 276 1, 66 | reason they are said to cause generation and corruption. ~Much more, 277 1, 66 | corrupted, but by reason ~of the generation or corruption of the "composite"; 278 1, 67 | accidents, implying not generation, but alteration. Hence we ~ 279 1, 67 | matter, as their mutual generation and corruption prove, it ~ 280 1, 67 | in their nature. And as generation and ~corruption are from 281 1, 67 | remains subsisting beneath generation and corruption, it follows 282 1, 68 | The third reason is from generation and corruption. For if light 283 1, 69 | so it would be liable to ~generation and corruption. Therefore 284 1, 69 | element, and appointed to the generation of ~composite bodies, according 285 1, 69 | whereby the continuance of generation is secured. In the same 286 1, 71 | nutrition, growth, and ~generation, through which the nutritive 287 1, 71 | more distinct limbs, and ~generation of a higher order. For they 288 1, 71 | said that in the natural ~generation of all animals that are 289 1, 71 | principle, however, in ~the generation of either kind of animals, 290 1, 71 | the words in which their generation is described.~Aquin.: SMT 291 1, 71 | themselves. Moreover, in ~generation also the more perfect is 292 1, 71 | their life, ~but only their generation is mentioned, since only 293 1, 71 | mentioned, since only in generation is a ~vital act observed 294 1, 71 | more distinct and ~their generation of a higher order, (yet 295 1, 71 | and species, to denote the generation of like from like. But it 296 1, 71 | gives power to multiply by generation, ~and, having been mentioned 297 1, 71 | case ~of man, since in him generation of children has a special 298 1, 71 | 1~Reply OBJ 5: Since the generation of one thing is the corruption 299 1, 72 | creatures, securing the generation of ~like from like. And 300 1, 74 | But the beginning, by generation, of men is like that of 301 1, 74 | accidentally, that is, by the generation or ~corruption of something 302 1, 74 | corruption of something else. For generation and corruption belong to 303 1, 74 | it, which is acquired by generation ~and lost by corruption. 304 1, 74 | or lost ~it through the generation or corruption of composite 305 1, 74 | there is contrariety; ~since generation and corruption are from 306 1, 74 | have a like beginning in generation is true of the body; for 307 1, 75 | and the ~term of human generation. And so the Philosopher 308 1, 75 | there would not be simple generation; nor at its ~removal simple 309 1, 76 | but the ultimate term of ~generation. Wherefore, for it to be 310 1, 76 | according to ~the order of generation and time; forasmuch as from 311 1, 76 | soul are prior by way of generation to the powers of the ~sensitive 312 1, 76 | others in the order of generation, for the animal is generated 313 1, 77 | and non-living things. But generation is ~common to all things 314 1, 77 | operations of this soul are "generation, the use of food," and ( 315 1, 77 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Generation of inanimate things is entirely 316 1, 77 | extrinsic source; whereas the generation of living things is in a 317 1, 77 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: Since the generation of living things is from 318 1, 81 | What precedes in order of generation and time is less ~perfect: 319 1, 81 | preservation of ~things subject to generation and corruption, moves all 320 1, 84 | of nature: one, by way of generation and ~time; and thus the 321 1, 84 | appears clearly in ~the generation of man and animal; for " 322 1, 84 | nature does ~not stop at the generation of animal but goes on to 323 1, 84 | animal but goes on to the generation of ~man. ~Aquin.: SMT FP 324 1, 84 | the form is ~the end of generation, while matter is for the 325 1, 89 | come into existence ~by generation; which is not true.~Aquin.: 326 1, 90 | in the work of natural ~generation, as the Philosopher says ( 327 1, 91 | a helper in the work of generation. This can be made ~clear 328 1, 91 | if we observe the mode of generation carried out in various living ~ 329 1, 91 | themselves the power of ~generation, but are generated by some 330 1, 91 | vital function in plants is generation. Wherefore ~we observe that 331 1, 91 | these the active power of generation invariably ~accompanies 332 1, 91 | animals the active power of ~generation belongs to the male sex, 333 1, 91 | vital operation nobler than generation, ~to which their life is 334 1, 91 | are carnally united for ~generation. Therefore directly after 335 1, 91 | directed to the work of generation. Now the general intention 336 1, 91 | helpmate to man in the work of ~generation. But close relationship 337 1, 91 | are united, not only for generation, as ~with other animals, 338 1, 91 | affinity arises from natural generation, and this ~is an impediment 339 1, 91 | produced from man ~by natural generation, but by the Divine Power 340 1, 91 | A[2], ad 2), the natural generation of ~every species is from 341 1, 91 | is begotten, ~by natural generation, from that which is like 342 1, 93 | another man, not only by generation of the body, but also by ~ 343 1, 93 | his body, for the work of generation, so also ~was his soul established 344 1, 95 | nature; for just as in the ~generation of things we perceive a 345 1, 95 | as regards sex, because ~generation depends upon diversity of 346 1, 96 | is a ~principle through generation. Hence as man does not suffer 347 1, 96 | which are the use of food, generation, and ~growth. Wherefore 348 1, 97 | species; and, ~first, of generation; secondly, of the state 349 1, 97 | innocence there would have been generation?~(2) Whether generation 350 1, 97 | generation?~(2) Whether generation would have been through 351 1, 97 | in the state of innocence generation existed?~Aquin.: SMT FP 352 1, 97 | there would have been no generation in the state of ~innocence. 353 1, 97 | corruption is contrary to ~generation." But contraries affect 354 1, 97 | neither ~would there have been generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 355 1, 97 | Further, the object of generation is the preservation in the ~ 356 1, 97 | Wherefore there ~is no generation in those individual things 357 1, 97 | there would have been no generation.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 358 1, 97 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, by generation man is multiplied. But the 359 1, 97 | human race ~increased by generation. This is against the natural 360 1, 97 | there would have been no generation in the state of innocence.~ 361 1, 97 | not come about save by ~generation, since the original number 362 1, 97 | Therefore ~there would have been generation in the state of innocence.~ 363 1, 97 | innocence there would have been ~generation of offspring for the multiplication 364 1, 97 | preservation of which natural generation is ~ordained. On the other 365 1, 97 | soul. ~Therefore, since generation belongs to things corruptible, 366 1, 97 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although generation in the state of innocence 367 1, 97 | innocence there would have been generation by ~coition?~Aquin.: SMT 368 1, 97 | OBJ 1: It would seem that generation by coition would not have 369 1, 97 | paradise would there have been generation by ~coition.~Aquin.: SMT 370 1, 97 | development. Therefore, if generation by coition had existed before 371 1, 97 | fitted to help man except in ~generation, because another man would 372 1, 97 | there would have been such generation also ~in the state of innocence.~ 373 1, 97 | concupiscence as regards generation in our present state, concluded 374 1, 97 | in the state of innocence generation would not have been effected 375 1, 97 | He foreknew the mode of generation which would take place after ~ 376 1, 97 | sin. Now it is clear that ~generation by coition is natural to 377 1, 97 | Para. 2/2~Thus, as regards generation by coition, there are, in 378 1, 97 | woman; for in every act of generation there is an ~active and 379 1, 97 | that for the purpose of generation ~there should be concurrence 380 1, 97 | Divine command relative to ~generation, they awaited the special 381 1, 98 | would have been begotten by generation. ~Therefore from the first 382 1, 98 | been unnatural in human ~generation. Therefore in that state 383 1, 98 | burn ~green wood. But in generation the active force is in the 384 1, 98 | in the state of innocence generation is ordered to the ~multiplication 385 1, 98 | contrary, Nature's process in generation would have been in ~harmony 386 1, 98 | Para. 1/1 ~Reply OBJ 2: The generation of woman is not occasioned 387 1, 98 | northern wind favors the generation of ~males, and the southern 388 1, 98 | as to the use of food and generation. Hence it was fitting that 389 1, 99 | wherein alone there ~is generation. Hence it is clear that 390 1, 100 | In all things produced by generation nature proceeds ~from the 391 1, 102 | the heavens to watch over generation and corruption; while he ~ 392 1, 103 | heavenly bodies cause the generation ~of inferior bodies which 393 1, 103 | cause of ~diversity owing to generation and corruption. In like 394 1, 103 | since it is the subject of ~generation and corruption. Moreover, 395 1, 114 | action ~terminating in the generation of flesh. But by its own 396 1, 114 | first applied to signify the generation of living things, ~which 397 1, 114 | passive principles of the ~generation of living things are the 398 1, 114 | the principles of natural generation and movement.~Aquin.: SMT 399 1, 114 | active principle in the ~generation of an animal. But that can 400 1, 114 | are not the cause ~of generation or corruption: they are 401 1, 114 | the sun conduces to the generation of sensible bodies, moves ~ 402 1, 114 | bodies are the first cause of generation and corruption ~here below; 403 1, 114 | would be no variety in the generation and ~corruption of inferior 404 1, 114 | absence causes variety in the generation and corruption of inferior ~ 405 1, 117 | acquires existence not by ~generation, but by creation: for nothing 406 1, 117 | it begins to exist not by generation but by ~creation. ~Aquin.: 407 1, 117 | things the principle of generation is the ~generating power; 408 1, 117 | actually in the cause of generation. But neither the ~sensitive 409 1, 117 | a medium - in the act of generation, because ~the semen of the 410 1, 117 | nourishment and growth than ~generation, as the Philosopher says. 411 1, 117 | cannot be caused through generation, but only through ~creation 412 1, 117 | it would follow that the generation of an ~animal would be a 413 1, 117 | it ~would follow that the generation of a man or an animal is 414 1, 117 | man or an animal is not generation ~simply, because the subject 415 1, 117 | contrary to the nature of generation properly so called. ~Fourthly, 416 1, 117 | therefore say that since the generation of one thing is the ~corruption 417 1, 117 | God at the end of ~human generation, and this soul is at the 418 1, 117 | disposition of matter: thus in the generation of an animal, the ~seminal 419 1, 118 | is the principle of human generation, is ~produced from the surplus 420 1, 118 | Consequently the whole process of generation and nourishment, ~which 421 1, 118 | first ~imprinted at the generation of that individual, so that 422 1, 118 | Fide ~Orth. i, 8) that "generation is a work of nature, producing, 423 1, 118 | therefore we see that in the generation of an animal, the ~animal 424 1, 118 | small animal in act; and generation of animal from ~animal would 425 1, 118 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Generation is from the substance of 426 2, 6 | Otherwise every alteration ~and generation of simply bodies would be 427 2, 17 | Nat. Hom. xxii) says "that generation and nutrition belong ~to 428 2, 17 | ordained to the acts of generation and nutrition; for ~example 429 2, 17 | taking food or in the act ~of generation, and the right or wrong 430 2, 17 | just as the ~movement of generation and nutrition does not obey 431 2, 17 | heart and of the organs of generation are ~involuntary," and that 432 2, 17 | senses; and from the organ of generation proceeds the seminal virtue, ~ 433 2, 18 | adultery is the cause of human ~generation, inasmuch as it implies 434 2, 20 | matter in ~the order of generation, although it precedes it 435 2, 22 | less excellent, we have generation simply, and ~corruption 436 2, 23 | properly to ~changes, i.e. to generation, which is a change "to being," 437 2, 25 | 3~Since then in order of generation or execution, proportion 438 2, 25 | the last in the order of generation. And ~among the other passions 439 2, 25 | passions in the way of ~generation, love and hatred are first; 440 2, 25 | the order of execution or generation. The ~principal passions 441 2, 25 | the order of execution or generation, ~and thus love will be 442 2, 32 | pleasure is not compared with generation, but with ~the operation 443 2, 32 | its regard, forasmuch as generation or corruption are united ~ 444 2, 34 | the greatest good: since generation cannot be the ~last end. 445 2, 34 | pleasure is a consequence of generation: for the fact that ~a thing 446 2, 34 | pleasure in the order of ~generation. But pleasure precedes them 447 2, 49 | third, the cause of their ~generation, increase, and corruption; 448 2, 49 | certain nature is the end of generation and movement. And ~so the 449 2, 49 | nature, which is the end of generation, is further ~ordained to 450 2, 50 | potentiality is prior in order of generation and time, as stated in ~ 451 2, 60 | non-univocal causes of generation: thus an animal is generated 452 2, 62 | Order is twofold: order of generation, and order of ~perfection. 453 2, 62 | perfection. By order of generation, in respect of which matter 454 2, 62 | love. Hence in the order of generation, ~faith precedes hope and 455 2, 62 | so that in the order of ~generation, hope precedes charity as 456 2, 63 | produced by the power of generation. Therefore it seems that 457 2, 68 | Because, in the order of generation, ~man departs from evil 458 2, 68 | The other is the order ~of generation or disposition: thus love 459 2, 72 | diversity of ~degree in generation or movement: thus the building 460 2, 72 | building is the complete ~generation of a house, while the laying 461 2, 72 | the same can apply to the generation of ~animals. Accordingly 462 2, 72 | youth follow the ~complete generation of a man.~Aquin.: SMT FS 463 2, 81 | Adam by way of seminal generation?~(4) Whether it would be 464 2, 81 | who, by the movement of ~generation, moves all who originate 465 2, 81 | movement which is ~that of generation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 466 2, 81 | semen is the principle of generation, which is an act ~proper 467 2, 81 | unto the third and fourth generation." Furthermore, ~according 468 2, 81 | Adam by the movement of generation.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[81] A[ 469 2, 81 | exercises his power of ~generation. Consequently those who 470 2, 81 | are moved by him ~through generation, even as the members are 471 2, 81 | there is no movement to generation except by the active power 472 2, 81 | by the active power of ~generation: so that those alone contract 473 2, 81 | through the active power of generation originally derived from ~ 474 2, 81 | than the active power of generation. But if ~anyone were to 475 2, 81 | those to whom his active ~generation extends.~Aquin.: SMT FS 476 2, 81 | the active principle in generation, as we have stated.~Aquin.: 477 2, 81 | provides the matter in generation" as the Philosopher states ( 478 2, 81 | the active ~principle of generation is from the father, while 479 2, 82 | the child." But the act of generation may be ~more lustful in 480 2, 82 | inordinate lust in the ~act of generation, he would still transmit 481 2, 83 | by a ~certain movement of generation, in the same way as actual 482 2, 83 | first parent through carnal generation. And so, ~since creation 483 2, 83 | the soul as the term of generation, according as ~it is the 484 2, 83 | through the channel of generation, reaches first of all ~to 485 2, 83 | comes second in order of generation, nevertheless comes first ~ 486 2, 83 | subject both in the order of generation and in that of perfection. ~ 487 2, 83 | former follows ~the order of generation, the latter follows the 488 2, 83 | movements of the ~members of generation, which are not subject to 489 2, 83 | transmitted by the act of generation, as stated above (Q[81], 490 2, 83 | much as it is ~directed to generation; and it includes delectation 491 2, 83 | not related to the act of generation except in ~respect of remote 492 2, 85 | universe, for which alternate generation and ~corruption in things 493 2, 87 | unto the third and fourth ~generation of them that hate Me"; and ( 494 2, 87 | to the third and fourth ~generation," because men are wont to 495 2, 87 | see the third ~and fourth generation, so that both the children 496 2, 94 | just as ~natures subject to generation and corruption fail in some 497 2, 100 | father is the principle of generation and being, and also of ~ 498 2, 105 | Moabite, even after the tenth generation, shall not enter into the ~ 499 2, 105 | people after the third generation; whereas others (with whom 500 2, 105 | shall be against Amalec from generation to generation."~Aquin.:


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