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St. Thomas Aquinas
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1 1, 25 | the mind and body from a ~woman who has fallen; but the 2 1, 39 | form; as when we say: "That woman is of a ~handsome figure," 3 1, 51 | assumes first the form of a woman, and afterwards of a man; ~ 4 1, 39 | form; as when we say: "That woman is of a ~handsome figure," 5 1, 52 | assumes first the form of a woman, and afterwards of a man; ~ 6 1, 89 | the ~production of the woman.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[90] Out. 7 1, 91 | THE PRODUCTION OF THE WOMAN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 8 1, 91 | consider the production of the woman. Under this head there ~ 9 1, 91 | inquiry:~(1) Whether the woman should have been made in 10 1, 91 | things?~(2) Whether the woman should have been made from 11 1, 91 | man's rib?~(4) Whether the woman was made immediately by 12 1, 91 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the woman should have been made in 13 1, 91 | It would seem that the woman should not have been made 14 1, 91 | production of things. Therefore ~woman should not have been made 15 1, 91 | result of sin, for to ~the woman was it said after sin (Gn. 16 1, 91 | is no ~inequality." But woman is naturally of less strength 17 1, 91 | lit. xii, 16). Therefore woman should not have ~been made 18 1, 91 | But God foresaw that ~the woman would be an occasion of 19 1, 91 | He should not ~have made woman.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 20 1, 91 | that, It was necessary for woman to be made, as the Scripture ~ 21 1, 91 | directly after the formation of woman, it was said: ~"And they 22 1, 91 | regards the individual nature, woman is defective and ~misbegotten, 23 1, 91 | while the ~production of woman comes from defect in the 24 1, 91 | human nature in ~general, woman is not misbegotten, but 25 1, 91 | such a kind ~of subjection woman is naturally subject to 26 1, 91 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether woman should have been made from 27 1, 91 | OBJ 1: It would seem that woman should not have been made 28 1, 91 | the slime of the earth, so woman should have been made of 29 1, 91 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, woman was made to be a helpmate 30 1, 91 | Lev. ~18:6). Therefore woman should not have been made 31 1, 91 | like to himself," that is, woman.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 32 1, 91 | was more suitable ~for the woman to be made from man that ( 33 1, 91 | Secondly, that man might love woman ~all the more, and cleave 34 1, 91 | man is the head of ~the woman. Wherefore it was suitable 35 1, 91 | it was suitable for the woman to be made out of man, ~ 36 1, 91 | slime of the ~earth, and a woman from out of man.~Aquin.: 37 1, 91 | impediment to matrimony. Woman, however, was not produced 38 1, 91 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the woman was fittingly made from 39 1, 91 | It would seem that the woman should not have been formed 40 1, 91 | was much smaller than the woman's body. Now from ~a smaller 41 1, 91 | addition (and ~then the woman ought to have been described 42 1, 91 | by rarefaction." But the woman's body is not more rarefied 43 1, 91 | took from Adam, into a woman."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[92] A[ 44 1, 91 | that, It was right for the woman to be made from a rib of 45 1, 91 | social union of man and woman, for the woman should ~neither " 46 1, 91 | of man and woman, for the woman should ~neither "use authority 47 1, 91 | OBJ 1: Some say that the woman's body was formed by a material ~ 48 1, 91 | with five loaves, or that woman was made from the rib, ~ 49 1, 91 | Divine power the body of the woman should be produced from 50 1, 91 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the woman was formed immediately by 51 1, 91 | It would seem that the woman was not formed immediately 52 1, 91 | alike in species. But the woman was made from a man who 53 1, 91 | through the angels. But the woman's body was formed ~from 54 1, 91 | immediately by God. But the woman's body was produced in its 55 1, 91 | could form or build up the woman from the ~man's rib."~Aquin.: 56 1, 91 | the human semen of man or woman. Wherefore from ~any other 57 1, 91 | slime of the earth, or a woman from ~the rib of man.~Aquin.: 58 1, 91 | in the formation of the woman; ~but it is certain that, 59 1, 91 | neither was the body of the woman formed ~by them from the 60 1, 91 | things did not demand that woman should be made thus; it 61 1, 91 | Therefore the body of the woman did ~indeed pre-exist in 62 1, 92 | is the image of God, but woman is the ~image [Vulg. glory] 63 1, 92 | Cor. 11:7). Therefore, as woman is an ~individual of the 64 1, 92 | found both in man and in woman. Hence after ~the words, " 65 1, 92 | found in man, and not in woman: for man is the ~beginning 66 1, 92 | the ~beginning and end of woman; as God is the beginning 67 1, 92 | image and glory ~of God, but woman is the glory of man," he 68 1, 92 | this: "For man is not of woman, but woman of man; and man 69 1, 92 | man is not of woman, but woman of man; and man was not 70 1, 92 | man was not created ~for woman, but woman for man."~Aquin.: 71 1, 92 | created ~for woman, but woman for man."~Aquin.: SMT FP 72 1, 92 | of the Son; and that the woman is a third person in ~likeness 73 1, 92 | principle of the Son, as the ~woman is the principle of the 74 1, 93 | 1 Tim. 2:14) that "the woman being ~seduced was in the 75 1, 93 | ii, D, xxi) that, "the woman was ~not frightened at the 76 1, 93 | Therefore ~before sin the woman was deceived.~Aquin.: SMT 77 1, 93 | Reply OBJ 1: Though the woman was deceived before she 78 1, 93 | ad lit. xi, 30) that "the woman could not have ~believed 79 1, 93 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: The woman thought that the serpent 80 1, 95 | after sin it was said to the woman (Gn. 3:16): "Thou ~shalt 81 1, 97 | intercourse of man ~and woman.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 82 1, 97 | contrary, God made man and woman before sin (Gn. 1,2). But ~ 83 1, 97 | Moreover, we are told that woman was made to be a help to ~ 84 1, 97 | is ~the union of man and woman; for in every act of generation 85 1, 97 | after the creation of the woman; or ~because, having received 86 1, 98 | that in the primitive state woman would not have ~been born. 87 1, 98 | Gener. Animal. ii, 3) that woman ~is a "misbegotten male," 88 1, 98 | matter on the part of the woman, it seems ~that males would 89 1, 98 | multiplied by the first man and woman, from the fact that ~they 90 1, 98 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Woman is said to be a "misbegotten 91 1, 98 | OBJ 2: The generation of woman is not occasioned either 92 1, 101 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, woman was made in paradise. But 93 1, 101 | But man is greater than ~woman. Therefore much more should 94 1, 101 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Woman was made in paradise, not 95 1, 116 | among them that are born of woman a greater than ~John the 96 2, 5 | Job 14:1): "Man born of a woman, living ~for a short time, 97 2, 20 | he ~shall kill a man or a woman, then the ox shall be stoned, 98 2, 30 | Hence Our Lord said to the woman of Samaria (Jn. 4:13): " 99 2, 35 | and the wickedness of a woman is ~all evil." Therefore, 100 2, 35 | just as the wickedness of a woman surpasses all ~other wickedness, 101 2, 73 | absolutely, a man who leads a woman to commit fornication deprives 102 2, 73 | fornicator who solicits the woman intends not to harm but ~ 103 2, 74 | to be like as though the woman alone had partaken ~of the 104 2, 74 | forbidden fruit." Now "the woman" denotes the lower reason, 105 2, 74 | are to understand that the woman has offered the forbidden 106 2, 81 | have been contracted if the woman, and ~not the man, had sinned?~ 107 2, 81 | this world." Now if the woman would have transmitted original 108 2, 81 | rather that it entered by a woman, since she sinned ~first. 109 2, 88 | has knowledge of another woman than his wife, the ~deformity 110 2, 89 | experiment, when ~he saw that the woman did not die when she had 111 2, 89 | and experiment, and in the woman, by doubt, for she gave ~ 112 2, 94 | Consequently intercourse with any ~woman, by the command of God, 113 2, 100 | fornications, or ~an adulterous woman, was not guilty either of 114 2, 102 | his wife an old and barren woman. ~And in order that this 115 2, 102 | infected. The uncleanness of a woman suffering from a ~flow of 116 2, 102 | sexual intercourse and of the woman ~in child-birth signifies 117 2, 102 | The uncleanness ~of the woman in her periods signifies 118 2, 102 | Doct. Perplex. iii) of a ~woman in her periods. The mystical 119 2, 102 | sorts": and (Dt. 22:5): "A woman shall not be clothed with ~ 120 2, 102 | neither shall a man use woman's apparel": and further 121 2, 102 | of piety to marry a loose woman, because she is thereby ~ 122 2, 102 | linen together, and for a woman to be clothed with man's 123 2, 102 | use of male attire by a woman, or ~vice versa, has an 124 2, 102 | It also signifies that woman is forbidden to presume ~ 125 2, 102 | effeminate manners of a woman.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[102] A[ 126 2, 103 | thigh of the adulterous woman rotted, when she had drunk 127 2, 105 | shall kill a man or a ~woman," it "shall be stoned": 128 2, 105 | and (Lev. 20:16): "The woman that shall lie ~under any 129 2, 105 | Moabite who was "a virtuous woman" (Ruth 3:11): ~although 130 2, 105 | practices. When, however, the woman was willing to ~renounce 131 2, 105 | permitted to marry ~a captive woman unless she first shaved 132 2, 105 | infidelity of an ~adulterous woman.~ 133 2, 2 | of the Samaritans to the woman, who is a type of human 134 2, 5 | thou ~doubt?" And to the woman he said (Mt. 15: 28): "O 135 2, 5 | he said (Mt. 15: 28): "O woman, great is thy ~faith!" Therefore 136 2, 10 | gloss on Lev. 15:19, "The woman who at the return of the ~ 137 2, 30 | unlawful, as in the case of a ~woman's profits from whoredom. 138 2, 30 | the Law of God, ~yet the woman does not act unjustly or 139 2, 30 | housekeeping, the ~head of the woman is the man, as the Apostle 140 2, 45 | virtue ~of a man and of a woman, as stated by the same authority ( 141 2, 60 | not unlawful, as when a woman receives payment for fornication: ~ 142 2, 62 | Israelite who went in to the woman of Madian (Num. 25), Samuel 143 2, 62 | Again it is unlawful for ~a woman to kill herself lest she 144 2, 62 | If . . . one strike a woman ~with child, and she miscarry 145 2, 62 | OBJ 2: He that strikes a woman with child does something 146 2, 62 | the death either of the woman or of the ~animated fetus, 147 2, 63 | adultery which pleases the woman but not the husband. Now 148 2, 63 | and injury, so far as the woman is concerned, ~for it would 149 2, 64 | of ~possession, so is a woman taken by force for pleasure: 150 2, 64 | case of rape ~whether the woman be carried off publicly 151 2, 64 | OBJ 3: The robbery of a woman cannot be secret on the 152 2, 64 | secret on the part of the ~woman who is taken: wherefore 153 2, 64 | remains on the part of the ~woman to whom violence is done.~ 154 2, 77 | but necessary, as when a woman is violated after taking 155 2, 86 | arising, for instance when a woman vows virginity, and ~afterwards 156 2, 86 | his past fault: thus if a woman has vowed virginity and 157 2, 86 | Num. 30:4-6) that "if a woman vow any ~thing . . . being 158 2, 86 | there (Num. 30:7-9) of the woman that has a husband. Therefore 159 2, 86 | says that the unmarried woman . . . "thinketh on the things 160 2, 92 | about the ~uncleanness of a woman suffering from an issue 161 2, 93 | latter inquired of the ~woman that had a divining spirit, 162 2, 97 | consecrate virgin, or of any woman in a sacred place under 163 2, 102 | Osee to take to himself a woman who was an adulteress ~( 164 2, 102 | manner of intercourse with ~woman is that which He appoints. 165 2, 109 | another under the guise of a woman, so as to deceive the people ~ 166 2, 122 | should be ~accorded to a woman who forfeits the integrity 167 2, 122 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When a woman forfeits the integrity of 168 2, 136 | The tender and delicate woman, that ~could not go upon 169 2, 139 | necessary means, of the woman who is necessary ~for the 170 2, 139 | beauty and adornment in woman, and a pleasing ~savor and 171 2, 140 | pleasure in seeing a beautiful woman," all of which is ~contrary 172 2, 149 | taken away ~by force from a woman to whom violence is done. 173 2, 150 | Cor. 7:34): "The unmarried woman and the virgin ~thinketh 174 2, 150 | praised more than any ~married woman. But this is untrue. Therefore 175 2, 150 | life, since the man and woman who embrace ~the married 176 2, 150 | martyrdom, whereas this ~woman to whom she delighted in 177 2, 151 | height as the ~fondling of a woman, and those bodily contacts." 178 2, 152 | matter, ~according as the woman with whom a man has intercourse 179 2, 152 | have intercourse with a ~woman who is bound to another 180 2, 152 | man has intercourse with a woman who is bound to God by vow. 181 2, 152 | only if he be with another woman, ~but also if he use his 182 2, 152 | unmarried man with an unmarried woman. Secondly, the ~matter wherein 183 2, 152 | First, ~with regard to the woman, with whom a man has connection, 184 2, 152 | consists in the misuse of a woman who is related by consanguinity 185 2, 152 | under whose authority the ~woman is placed: and if she be 186 2, 152 | differentiated on the part of the woman rather than of ~the man, 187 2, 152 | in the venereal act the woman is passive and is by way ~ 188 2, 152 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Since a woman, by vowing continence, contracts 189 2, 152 | the violation of ~such a woman is a spiritual adultery. 190 2, 152 | united to a determinate woman and ~should abide with her 191 2, 152 | with a certain definite woman is called matrimony; which 192 2, 152 | that this union of man and ~woman, which is called matrimony, 193 2, 152 | man having knowledge of a woman by fornication, ~make sufficient 194 2, 152 | Whosoever shall look on a woman to lust ~after her hath 195 2, 152 | unmarried man and an unmarried woman, which ~pertains to fornication. 196 2, 152 | between a married man and any ~woman other than his wife. This 197 2, 152 | having intercourse "with a woman who is not his own [ad alteram]," ~ 198 2, 152 | lxiii] on ~Ex. 20:14. Now a woman who is not one's own may 199 2, 152 | is over enamored of any woman. Now every kind of lust ~ 200 2, 152 | since in either case a woman ~is violated who is under 201 2, 152 | intercourse with another man or woman in contravention of the ~ 202 2, 152 | First, by accession ~to a woman who is not joined to him 203 2, 152 | Secondly, by accession to a ~woman who is united to another 204 2, 152 | same applies to the married woman who is ~corrupted by adultery. 205 2, 152 | Ecclus. 23:32,33): "Every ~woman . . . that leaveth her husband . . . 206 2, 152 | intercourse with another woman, his ~sin may be denominated 207 2, 152 | or ~with regard to the woman with whom he has intercourse; 208 2, 152 | conditions affecting the woman with whom he has ~intercourse: 209 2, 152 | ardent a lover of another woman.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 210 2, 152 | intercourse between a ~man and a woman related by consanguinity 211 2, 152 | condition on the part of the woman, because it ~is unlawful 212 2, 152 | unlawful intercourse with a woman related by consanguinity 213 2, 152 | should have a liking for a woman of his kindred, if to this 214 2, 152 | have intercourse with a woman who is subject to ~another' 215 2, 154 | appetite. Accordingly, since ~woman, as regards the body, has 216 2, 154 | Who shall find a valiant woman?" And since small and weak 217 2, 154 | have stated with regard to woman (ad 1). This is also ~the 218 2, 160 | the rag of a menstruous woman."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] 219 2, 161 | grievously, the man or the woman?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 220 2, 161 | xi] on 1 Tim. ~2:14, "The woman being seduced was in the 221 2, 161 | written (Gn. 3:6): "The woman saw that the tree was good 222 2, 161 | by coveting this that the woman fell into pride. ~Hence 223 2, 161 | Gen. ad lit. xi, 30), "the woman ~had not believed the serpent' 224 2, 161 | lit. xi, 30) that "the ~woman's mind was filled with love 225 2, 161 | was not seduced, but the woman being ~seduced was in the 226 2, 161 | so it would seem that the woman ~sinned through ignorance, 227 2, 161 | corresponds to guilt. Now the woman was more ~grievously punished 228 2, 161 | was more perfect than the ~woman.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] A[ 229 2, 161 | the species of pride, the woman sinned more grievously, ~ 230 2, 161 | up than the man. ~For the woman believed in the serpent' 231 2, 161 | own power. Secondly, the woman not only herself sinned, 232 2, 161 | therefore evident that the woman's sin was more grievous 233 2, 161 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The woman was deceived because she 234 2, 161 | more grievous than the ~woman's.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[163] 235 2, 162 | Likewise the ~"subjection of woman to man" results from the 236 2, 162 | conceptions" pertains to a woman's dignity. Therefore it 237 2, 162 | not be ~described as the woman's punishment.~Aquin.: SMT 238 2, 162 | punishment was ~appointed to the woman and another to the man. 239 2, 162 | another to the man. To the woman punishment ~was appointed 240 2, 162 | just as it belongs to the woman to be subject to her husband 241 2, 162 | 3~The subjection of the woman to her husband is to be 242 2, 162 | inflicted in punishment of the woman, not as to his headship ( 243 2, 162 | head" and governor "of the woman"), but as to ~her having 244 2, 162 | as a ~punishment to the woman, not on account of the begetting 245 2, 162 | sufferings to which the woman is subject, through carrying 246 2, 162 | affect all somewhat. For any woman who ~conceives must needs 247 2, 162 | first parents. And if a woman neither conceives nor ~bears, 248 2, 162 | since it is stated that the woman saw that the tree was fair, ~ 249 2, 163 | so was the man above the woman. Now sin came upon man through 250 2, 163 | should have come upon the woman ~through the man; in other 251 2, 163 | man; in other words the woman should have been tempted 252 2, 163 | stated to have spoken to the woman, and to have been punished ~ 253 2, 163 | pleasure, signified by the woman; and reaches to the higher 254 2, 163 | tempting the man through the woman who was akin to him in the 255 2, 163 | partly by tempting the woman through the serpent, who 256 2, 163 | principal ~agent; whereas the woman was employed as an instrument 257 2, 163 | the man, both because the woman was weaker ~than the man, 258 2, 163 | conveyed through ~it to the woman; nor again are we to believe 259 2, 163 | enmities ~between him and the woman "means that we cannot be 260 2, 163 | reflects the likeness ~of a woman. The seed of the devil is 261 2, 163 | to evil, the seed of ~the woman is the fruit of good works, 262 2, 163 | serpent lies in wait for the woman's heel, that ~if at any 263 2, 165 | harmful, as looking on a woman is directed to ~lust: even 264 2, 167 | as it is unbecoming for a woman to wear man's ~clothes, 265 2, 167 | is written (Dt. 22:5): "A woman shall not be ~clothed with 266 2, 167 | neither shall a man use woman's apparel." ~Therefore it 267 2, 167 | something special, namely that a woman's apparel may incite men 268 2, 167 | to Prov. 7:10, "Behold a woman meeteth him in harlot's ~ 269 2, 167 | Para. 2/3~Nevertheless a woman may use means to please 270 2, 167 | 1 Cor. 7:34) ~that the woman "that is married thinketh 271 2, 167 | Wherefore if a married woman adorn herself ~in order 272 2, 167 | is in itself sinful for a woman to wear man's clothes, ~ 273 2, 169 | Eliseus said of the Sunamite woman (4 Kgs. 4:27): "Her soul 274 2, 175 | Now it is becoming to a woman to teach; ~for it is written ( 275 2, 175 | says (1 Cor. ~11:5): "Every woman praying or prophesying," 276 2, 175 | the word is becoming to a woman.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[177] A[ 277 2, 175 | 2:12): "I suffer not a woman to ~teach." Now this pertains 278 2, 175 | the ~female sex, whereby woman should be subject to man, 279 2, 182 | for a man not to touch a ~woman,' are then done aright when 280 2, 184 | 7:34): "The unmarried ~woman and the virgin thinketh 281 2, 184 | Num. 6:2, "When a man or woman shall make a vow to be ~ 282 2, 184 | from the roof had seen a woman and desired ~her knew to 283 2, 187 | expressly said ~with regard to a woman (Num. 30:4).~Aquin.: SMT 284 2, 187 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A woman who has not reached the 285 3, 1 | sent His Son, made of a woman, made under the law": ~upon 286 3, 6 | latter has gone; or as a woman is taken ~in marriage on 287 3, 6 | her beauty, which makes a woman's fittingness ~for the marriage 288 3, 22 | one, the man born ~of a woman, let him be anathema." Hence 289 3, 27 | intercourse of man and ~woman: for Augustine says (De 290 3, 27 | 12: "But I suffer not a woman to teach." The use of miracles 291 3, 27 | great ~truth," viz. that the woman was the mother of God, " 292 3, 28 | sent His Son, made of a ~woman." But according to the customary 293 3, 28 | mode of speaking, the term "woman" ~applies to one who is 294 3, 28 | applies the term signifying woman to those of the female ~ 295 3, 28 | real, He ~was born of a woman. But in order to manifest 296 3, 29 | motive for lying, since ~a woman's pregnancy is the reward 297 3, 30 | things are announced to a woman by a man: wherefore the ~ 298 3, 30 | the devil to cajole the woman by the spirit of pride."~ 299 3, 30 | a virgin than for an old woman to be with ~child. Therefore 300 3, 30 | virgin from that of an old woman.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[30] A[ 301 3, 31 | for Christ to be born of a woman?~(5) Whether His body was 302 3, 31 | should have been taken from a woman?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 303 3, 31 | have ~been taken from a woman. For the male sex is more 304 3, 31 | have taken flesh ~from a woman but rather from man: just 305 3, 31 | whoever is conceived of a woman is shut up in her womb. ~ 306 3, 31 | have been conceived of a woman.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 307 3, 31 | those who are conceived of a woman contract a certain ~uncleanness: 308 3, 31 | Or he that is born of a woman appear clean?" But it was ~ 309 3, 31 | have taken ~flesh from a woman.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 310 3, 31 | sent His Son, made of a ~woman."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 311 3, 31 | should take flesh from a woman. First because in this way 312 3, 31 | that man being born of a woman."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 313 3, 31 | within the womb," viz. of a woman's body: "but it was above 314 3, 31 | the concurrence of man or woman: Eve was made of man ~but 315 3, 31 | made of man ~but not of woman: and other men are made 316 3, 31 | are made from both man and woman. So ~that this fourth manner 317 3, 31 | He ~should be made of a woman without the concurrence 318 3, 31 | He should take flesh of a woman. ~Hence Augustine says ( 319 3, 31 | Son of ~God was born of a woman."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 320 3, 31 | conception of man from a ~woman, as far as this is the work 321 3, 31 | 1~OBJ 2: Further, as the woman was miraculously formed 322 3, 31 | from the Virgin. But the woman is ~not said to have been 323 3, 31 | conception His being ~born of a woman was in accordance with the 324 3, 31 | Gener. Animal. i). But a woman who conceives of a ~man 325 3, 31 | Gener. ~Animal.), is the woman's blood, not any of her 326 3, 31 | nature. And from this was the woman formed, without ~detriment 327 3, 31 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Woman's semen is not apt for generation, 328 3, 32 | sent His Son, made of a woman"; which words Augustine ~ 329 3, 32 | in so far as made of a woman." ~But the sending of the 330 3, 32 | which He was "made of a woman," should be attributed principally 331 3, 32 | generation, like any other woman. ~Therefore He bestowed 332 3, 32 | power, in both man and ~woman, belongs to the vegetative 333 3, 32 | Therefore, both in man and woman, ~it cooperates actively 334 3, 32 | conception of a child the woman supplies the ~matter from 335 3, 35 | He became the ~child of a woman, for this reason do we say 336 3, 35 | since a Man was born of a woman, and after the due lapse 337 3, 35 | the ~resolution of the woman's semen is not necessary 338 3, 35 | Virgin. ~Now from this is a woman called a man's mother, that 339 3, 35 | the flesh He was born of a woman." ~Consequently we must 340 3, 35 | pains of childbirth in the woman follow from the ~mingling 341 3, 35 | sent His Son, made of a woman, made under the law."~Aquin.: 342 3, 37 | since Christ was born of a woman and was her first-born, 343 3, 37 | contracted nothing of the woman's sin": and in a singular 344 3, 37 | written (Lev. 12:2-4): "If a woman, having ~received seed, 345 3, 41 | Thus did he tempt the woman in the beginning when he 346 3, 42 | Gentiles, such as the Samaritan woman (Jn. 4) ~and the Chananaean 347 3, 42 | 4) ~and the Chananaean woman (Mt. 15). Much more reason, 348 3, 51 | said (Mt. 26:10) of the woman who anointed ~Him: "She 349 3, 51 | 39), especially since a ~woman came beforehand to anoint 350 3, 55 | 2:12: "I suffer not ~a woman to teach." Therefore, it 351 3, 55 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A woman is not to be allowed to 352 3, 55 | Ambrose says on Lk. 24:22, "a woman is sent to them who ~are 353 3, 55 | But Christ appeared to the woman first, for this reason, ~ 354 3, 55 | this reason, ~that as a woman was the first to bring the 355 3, 55 | Cyril says on Jn. 20:17: "Woman who formerly was the ~minister 356 3, 55 | Father,'" ~show "that in that woman there is a figure of the 357 3, 55 | lxxxvi in Joan.): "This woman wanted to converse with 358 3, 64 | may intend to baptize a ~woman so as to be able to abuse 359 3, 67 | of Baptism?~(4) Whether a woman can do this?~(5) Whether 360 3, 67 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether a woman can baptize?~Aquin.: SMT 361 3, 67 | 1~OBJ 1: It seems that a woman cannot baptize. For we read 362 3, 67 | However learned and holy a woman may be, ~she must not presume 363 3, 67 | baptize." But in ~no case is a woman allowed to teach in church, 364 3, 67 | 35: ~"It is a shame for a woman to speak in the church." 365 3, 67 | seems ~that neither is a woman in any circumstances permitted 366 3, 67 | 2:12: "I suffer not a ~woman to teach, nor to use authority 367 3, 67 | silence']." Therefore a woman cannot baptize.~Aquin.: 368 3, 67 | this is ~unfitting for a woman. Therefore a woman cannot 369 3, 67 | for a woman. Therefore a woman cannot baptize.~Aquin.: 370 3, 67 | in cases of necessity, a ~woman baptizes a child in the 371 3, 67 | Christ's minister, so can a woman.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 372 3, 67 | But since "the head of the woman is the man," and "the head 373 3, 67 | Christ" (1 Cor. 11:3), a woman should not baptize if a 374 3, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Just as a woman is not suffered to teach 375 3, 67 | cases of urgency, when a ~woman may baptize.~Aquin.: SMT 376 3, 67 | same ~grounds either man or woman can baptize in a case of 377 3, 67 | Para. 2/2~If, however, a woman were to baptize without 378 3, 67 | godparent, be this a man or a woman."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[67] A[ 379 3, 68 | sinner ~and of the unclean woman": and this is to be understood 380 3, 72 | women fight, for many a woman has waged the spiritual ~ 381 3, 72 | Who shall ~find a valiant woman?" Therefore at least a woman 382 3, 72 | woman?" Therefore at least a woman should not stand for a ~ 383 3, 72 | not whether a man or a ~woman stand for one who is to 384 3, 75 | be born save of man and woman: see therefore that ~against 385 3, 80 | we read in Lk. 7 of the woman who was a ~sinner; while 386 3, 80 | Resurrection, he forbade the woman to touch Him, for her faith 387 3, 80 | instance, ~if a man approach a woman whom he believed to be his 388 3, 80 | instance, in the case of a woman after child-birth, or in 389 3, 82 | body to a layman or to ~a woman to carry it to the sick: 390 3, 84 | absolved the ~adulterous woman without Penance. Therefore 391 3, 84 | bestowed on the ~adulterous woman the effect of the sacrament 392 3, 85 | written (Is. 26:17): "As a woman with child, when ~she draweth 393 3, 86 | pardoned the adulterous woman, as ~related in Jn. 8, and 394 3, 86 | related in Jn. 8, and the woman that was a sinner, as related 395 Suppl, 18| case of the adulterous woman (Jn. 8). Therefore it seems 396 Suppl, 19| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, a woman is not capable of receiving 397 Suppl, 19| 1 Tim. 2:11; Titus 2:5), woman is ~in a state of subjection: 398 Suppl, 19| comes into the hands of a ~woman. Consequently a woman has 399 Suppl, 19| a ~woman. Consequently a woman has neither the key of order 400 Suppl, 20| e.g. by knowledge of a woman ~who is his subject. Therefore 401 Suppl, 24| 3) if the striker be a woman; (4) if the striker be a 402 Suppl, 25| the case of the adulterous woman (Jn. 8). ~Therefore Paul 403 Suppl, 28| But this becomes not a woman, according to 1 Cor. 11: 404 Suppl, 28| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The woman's hair is a sign of her 405 Suppl, 28| Hence it is not proper for a woman to put aside her hair when 406 Suppl, 36| the ~sinful and notorious woman from rendering Him a bodily 407 Suppl, 39| 2:12): "I suffer not a woman to ~teach (in the Church),* 408 Suppl, 39| Wherefore even though a woman were made the object of 409 Suppl, 39| eminence of degree, for a woman is ~in the state of subjection, 410 Suppl, 39| deaconess ~there denotes a woman who shares in some act of 411 Suppl, 39| matters pertaining to the soul woman does not differ from ~man 412 Suppl, 39| the thing (for sometimes a woman is found to be better than ~ 413 Suppl, 39| priestly matters, even as now woman may have temporal power.~ 414 Suppl, 39| of the sacrament. For a woman, on account of her subjection, ~ 415 Suppl, 39| subjection in a slave; since woman was not given to man as 416 Suppl, 39| natural ~likeness. Now a woman is a subject by her nature, 417 Suppl, 41| between the man and a definite woman and it is in ~this that 418 Suppl, 41| that society of man and woman which consists ~in matrimony. 419 Suppl, 41| willing to go to another ~woman, it is a venial sin; while 420 Suppl, 41| in like manner with any woman, it is a mortal ~sin. And 421 Suppl, 43| promises his body to the woman. Therefore he cannot make 422 Suppl, 43| to ~lose his right to the woman betrothed to him. Therefore 423 Suppl, 43| contracting with ~another woman by words expressive of the 424 Suppl, 44| Faust. xix, 26), ~because "a woman's sole purpose in marrying 425 Suppl, 44| ix), because it makes a woman the mother ~of a child.~ 426 Suppl, 44| has. or we may say that ~woman was made chiefly in order 427 Suppl, 44| marital union of man and woman involving living together 428 Suppl, 44| husband who is joined to the woman in ~matrimony. Now "marital 429 Suppl, 44| Further, matrimony makes the woman the man's wife no less than 430 Suppl, 44| than it ~makes the man the woman's husband. Therefore it 431 Suppl, 44| was not created'] for the woman, but the woman for the man," 432 Suppl, 44| for the woman, but the woman for the man," it ~follows 433 Suppl, 44| the man ~rather than the woman.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[44] A[ 434 Suppl, 45| tense to take ~a particular woman as his wife, and after, 435 Suppl, 45| promises to marry a certain ~woman. Therefore he does not marry 436 Suppl, 45| consented to take a certain ~woman to wife in words of the 437 Suppl, 45| contracted marriage with another woman by words expressive of ~ 438 Suppl, 46| after consenting to marry a woman by words expressive of the 439 Suppl, 46| binds himself to another ~woman by words expressive of the 440 Suppl, 46| a man consent to marry a woman by a simple ~affirmation 441 Suppl, 46| over his body to another woman, makes the ~previous oath 442 Suppl, 46| marriage is a sin. But the ~woman, seemingly, does not sin 443 Suppl, 46| man cannot reinstate a ~woman whom he has violated under 444 Suppl, 46| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: If the woman admit her betrothed, thinking 445 Suppl, 46| marriage with the other woman, is bound to marry the one 446 Suppl, 46| he has married ~another woman, he is no longer able to 447 Suppl, 47| is not his wife, or for a woman to be a wife without ~a 448 Suppl, 48| 1~OBJ 3: Further, if the woman say to the man: "I consent 449 Suppl, 48| Therefore if a man marries a woman for the purpose of gain 450 Suppl, 49| to the union of man and woman, both because the reason 451 Suppl, 49| wife and with no other woman. Besides this it has a certain 452 Suppl, 49| man is assigned to this woman.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 453 Suppl, 49| for a consent to take a woman ~for a time makes no marriage. 454 Suppl, 49| is not as a wife but as a woman ~that a man treats his wife, 455 Suppl, 50| Further, union of man and woman is unlawful save in marriage. 456 Suppl, 50| contract marriage with any woman, this can only be ~because 457 Suppl, 50| union between him and the woman, ~and thus the "crime of 458 Suppl, 51| marriage is not ~voided if one woman be taken instead of another.~ 459 Suppl, 51| it might happen that the woman is betrothed to the ~brother 460 Suppl, 51| matrimony. Hence, if ~the woman consent directly to this 461 Suppl, 51| them or not; so that if a woman contract ~with a subdeacon, 462 Suppl, 52| owner of the land. Now the woman's womb in relation to the 463 Suppl, 54| impediment to marriage. For no woman can be more akin to a man 464 Suppl, 54| friendship ~if a man could take a woman of his kindred to wife since 465 Suppl, 55| not follow, if a certain woman be ~married to a certain 466 Suppl, 55| death, since ~then "the woman . . . is loosed from the 467 Suppl, 55| of impotence promise a ~woman future marriage; or if a 468 Suppl, 55| matrim.) forbade a certain woman to marry a certain man, 469 Suppl, 55| carnal intercourse man and woman become one flesh by the ~ 470 Suppl, 55| of seven years, ~with a woman who is of age, from such 471 Suppl, 55| is clear that ~a married woman is related to her husband' 472 Suppl, 55| OBJ 4: As stated above, a woman does not contract affinity 473 Suppl, 55| of the second kind with a woman known by ~the same man; 474 Suppl, 55| together. Hence through a woman who is affine to me, no ~ 475 Suppl, 55| 1/1~On the contrary, A woman is connected with me by 476 Suppl, 56| priest's son can ~marry a woman whose confession the priest 477 Suppl, 56| parish he could not find a woman whom he could marry. Nor 478 Suppl, 56| kind of ~bond between the woman penitent and the priest, 479 Suppl, 56| same grounds to pass to a woman ~of whom he has carnal knowledge, 480 Suppl, 57| twenty-five years of age, nor a woman can adopt, and ~yet they 481 Suppl, 57| twenty-five years of age, or a woman, ~cannot adopt anyone, except 482 Suppl, 57| is not ~baptized. Now a woman cannot adopt, as stated 483 Suppl, 57| 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Even a woman can adopt by permission 484 Suppl, 58| 1~OBJ 4: Further, if the woman knows the man to be frigid 485 Suppl, 58| in regard to a beautiful woman, but insufficiently in regard ~ 486 Suppl, 58| Further, generally speaking woman is more frigid than man. 487 Suppl, 58| a remedy. Dislike for a woman is ~not a natural cause, 488 Suppl, 58| impotent would not disable the woman. Yet there may be a natural ~ 489 Suppl, 58| judge ~of stricture in the woman in the same way as of frigidity 490 Suppl, 58| impediment in respect of one woman without being so ~also in 491 Suppl, 58| permitted to marry another woman. whereas through witchcraft 492 Suppl, 58| impotent in relation to one woman and not to another, and ~ 493 Suppl, 58| since ~the devil tempted the woman through a serpent.~Aquin.: 494 Suppl, 58| in regard to a particular woman and not to another.~Aquin.: 495 Suppl, 58| is it on the part of the woman. Now a woman can marry before ~ 496 Suppl, 58| part of the woman. Now a woman can marry before ~the age 497 Suppl, 58| Reply OBJ 3: It is said that woman comes to the age of puberty 498 Suppl, 59| Joseph ~married an Egyptian woman, and Esther married Assuerus: 499 Suppl, 59| the captives a beautiful woman and ~lovest her, and wilt 500 Suppl, 59| the case when the captive woman was willing ~to be converted


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