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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 10 | time is one; for ~we can rise from corporeal things to 2 1, 15 | everything is formed that can rise or ~decay, and all that 3 1, 17 | our knowledge takes ~its rise from sense, which principally 4 1, 19 | said: "Lazarus will not rise again," but looking at the 5 1, 19 | have said: "Lazarus will rise again." And God wills ~both: 6 1, 20 | because often penitents rise from ~sin more cautious, 7 1, 31 | plurality in God; which ~gives rise to four points of inquiry:~( 8 1, 57 | knowledge; as that the sun will ~rise tomorrow. But events which 9 1, 57 | penetrated." But those who rise shall be like the angels, 10 1, 58 | suppose that he will not rise ~again, or, on beholding 11 1, 62 | angel could by ~meriting rise up to the rank of a higher, 12 1, 63 | O Lucifer, who didst rise ~in the morning!" and it 13 1, 68 | vapors are perceived not to rise even to the tops ~of the 14 1, 72 | have no feet and cannot rise from the earth, as serpents, 15 1, 75 | old, not being able to rise above their imagination, 16 1, 58 | knowledge; as that the sun will ~rise tomorrow. But events which 17 1, 58 | penetrated." But those who rise shall be like the angels, 18 1, 59 | suppose that he will not rise ~again, or, on beholding 19 1, 63 | angel could by ~meriting rise up to the rank of a higher, 20 1, 64 | O Lucifer, who didst rise ~in the morning!" and it 21 1, 69 | vapors are perceived not to rise even to the tops ~of the 22 1, 71 | have no feet and cannot rise from the earth, as serpents, 23 1, 74 | old, not being able to rise above their imagination, 24 1, 78 | Anima that "when we wish to ~rise from lower things to higher, 25 1, 78 | Anima that "when we wish to rise ~from lower to higher things, 26 1, 79 | its form, is inclined to rise, and to ~generate its like. 27 1, 80 | inclination, not only to rise from a lower ~position, 28 1, 80 | tendency is to overcome and rise above ~obstacles. Now these 29 1, 80 | of the irascible appetite rise from the passions of the 30 1, 87 | From material things we can rise to some kind of knowledge ~ 31 1, 89 | things, being unable ~to rise above their imagination, 32 1, 106 | is above themselves they rise to ~emotions of admiration."~ 33 2, 4 | from things we know, we may rise to the desire of things 34 2, 10 | instance, that ~the dead should rise again. But this He does 35 2, 23 | evil already present gives rise to the passion of "anger."~ 36 2, 25 | the presence of evil gives rise to the ~passion of anger.~ 37 2, 30 | good when ~desired gives rise to concupiscence; when present, 38 2, 31 | nature, if ~perceived, gives rise to pleasure, as is evident 39 2, 32 | pleasure, in so far as it gives rise to the apprehension of something ~ 40 2, 32 | and ~consequently gives rise to disgust and sorrow, through 41 2, 32 | pleasure, according as it gives rise ~to the hope of obtaining 42 2, 32 | pleasant in ~themselves, give rise to pleasure; for the soul 43 2, 36 | the dreaded ~evil gives rise to fear, the present evil 44 2, 36 | effect ~of love, which gives rise to the greatest pleasure, 45 2, 36 | as present, and so gives rise to sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT FS 46 2, 38 | cause, viz. his love, gives rise rather to pleasure.~Aquin.: 47 2, 40 | apprehension of good gives rise to one kind of movement 48 2, 40 | apprehension of evil gives rise to another: in like manner ~ 49 2, 42 | and that nothing gives rise to fear save what is ~due 50 2, 43 | accidentally, fear gives rise to love; in so far as, for ~ 51 2, 45 | the cause of fear gives ~rise to daring.~Aquin.: SMT FS 52 2, 45 | of a mere thought giving rise to hope and banishing fear, 53 2, 45 | OBJ 3: Hurt does not give rise to anger unless there be 54 2, 46 | natural to everything to rise up ~against things contrary 55 2, 65 | the passions have their ~rise in certain initial passions, 56 2, 78 | previous fault that ~gives rise to a subsequent fault, as 57 2, 81 | our Lord, will die, and rise ~again shortly, as we shall 58 2, 84 | vices are those which ~give rise to others, especially by 59 2, 87 | is to repress those who rise up ~against him. Now it 60 2, 88 | instance, if it were to give rise to great ~scandal or something 61 2, 100 | teaching the ~less wise: e.g. "Rise up before the hoary head, 62 2, 100 | according to Lev. 19:32: "Rise up ~before the hoary head, 63 2, 102 | is the age of those who ~rise from the dead. And since 64 2, 103 | born, ~shall suffer and rise again, truths of which their 65 2, 109 | Whether without grace he can rise from sin?~(8) Whether without 66 2, 109 | Further, no nature can rise above itself. But to love 67 2, 109 | said that nature cannot rise above itself, we ~must not 68 2, 109 | understand that nature cannot rise to an act exceeding the ~ 69 2, 109 | Para. 1/1~Whether man can rise from sin without the help 70 2, 109 | would seem that man can rise from sin without the help 71 2, 109 | place without grace. But ~to rise to sin is presupposed to 72 2, 109 | thee." Therefore man can rise from sin without grace.~ 73 2, 109 | force of his nature, can rise ~from illness to health, 74 2, 109 | Man by himself can no wise rise from sin without the help ~ 75 2, 109 | above (Q[87], A[6]), to rise from sin is not the same 76 2, 109 | cease the act of sin; but to rise from sin means that man 77 2, 109 | And thus in order that man rise from sin there is required 78 2, 109 | in order that man should rise from ~sin. Hence when it 79 2, 109 | moved by God, ~strives to rise from sin, he receives the 80 2, 114 | will nowise help him to rise again. Hence no one can 81 2, 1 | heretics. It was this that gave rise to the necessity of ~formulating 82 2, 10 | thoughtless speech gives rise to error, so does an indiscreet 83 2, 11 | imagination (which gives rise to error, as the ~Philosopher 84 2, 14 | table. Wherefore lust gives rise to ~blindness of mind, which 85 2, 16 | first of these points gives rise to a twofold consideration: ( 86 2, 18 | consideration of His justice gives rise to fear, ~but the consideration 87 2, 18 | consideration of His mercy gives rise to hope, so that, ~accordingly, 88 2, 19 | different causes do not give rise to one same effect. Now 89 2, 19 | he will never be able to rise to any good. And since ~ 90 2, 19 | 11), just as hope ~gives rise to joy, so, when a man is 91 2, 27 | Now this desire gives rise, in man, to a certain sadness, ~ 92 2, 32 | appetitive movement, love gives rise to ~desire, whence follows 93 2, 33 | sorrow he says ~that it gives rise to "spite, faint-heartedness, 94 2, 33 | one which easily gives rise to others as being their 95 2, 34 | than we are, and that gives rise to sorrow. On the ~other 96 2, 34 | good which is envy, gives rise ~to joy in his evil. ~ 97 2, 35 | Further, whatever gives rise to many evils, would seem 98 2, 39 | xxxi, 17) that "anger gives rise ~to strife"; and it is written ( 99 2, 39 | Reply OBJ 5: Strifes give rise to hatred and discord in 100 2, 61 | commanded (Lev. 19:32): "Rise up before the hoary ~head, 101 2, 62 | their ~former state, or rise to a higher degree; know 102 2, 70 | xxxi, 45) that "anger gives rise ~to revilings."~Aquin.: 103 2, 71 | the flesh that was soon to rise ~again." From this it seems 104 2, 71 | a lesser vice ~can give rise to a greater sin, just as 105 2, 83 | offered to God. These give rise to a twofold consideration: ( 106 2, 84 | Mt. 15:5), or if it give rise to scandal ~or contempt, 107 2, 86 | cause were to appear, giving rise, at least, to doubt, he 108 2, 89 | ears ~the faint-hearted may rise to the feeling of devotion": 109 2, 97 | Nahum 1:9, "There shall not rise a double affliction." But ~ 110 2, 103 | person commanding should give rise to reverence for his ~command. 111 2, 104 | to various causes giving rise to the ~debt, yet so that 112 2, 116 | the aspect of end gives rise to other vices: because 113 2, 116 | respect covetousness gives rise to "insensibility to mercy," 114 2, 116 | In this way it ~gives rise to "restlessness," by hindering 115 2, 134 | hardships: for these give rise first to sorrow, which is 116 2, 134 | should, when necessary, rise up against the man who ~ 117 2, 147 | according to Lev. 19:32, "Rise ~up before the hoary head, 118 2, 155 | humane feeling which gives rise to clemency.~Aquin.: SMT 119 2, 156 | result being that it gives rise to a lasting displeasure, ~ 120 2, 156 | deeds; and thus anger ~gives rise to "quarrels," by which 121 2, 156 | ad 2]; and this gives rise to blasphemy. But ~the blasphemy 122 2, 160 | being thus humbled he may rise from his abasement."~Aquin.: 123 2, 170 | Num. 24:17: "A star shall rise out of Jacob, and a scepter 124 2, 178 | consideration of the visible we rise to the invisible. The fourth 125 2, 178 | air. "For some ~of these rise at one time to a great height, 126 2, 180 | interior passions which give rise to the phantasms whereby 127 2, 183 | repentance, should by no ~means rise again to the episcopate."~ 128 2, 184 | repentance, should by no means rise ~again to the episcopate." 129 2, 184 | his fellow-religious to rise again, according to Eccles. ~ 130 2, 186 | his superiors, he does not rise ~above the degree of "discipleship" 131 2, 187 | to avoid that which gives rise to ~scandal, and is a bad 132 2, 187 | many cases it might ~give rise to scandal. Therefore a 133 3, 1 | men might ~die in one and rise in the other - for this 134 3, 1 | nature. But nature takes its rise with the more perfect, as 135 3, 3 | together, which would give rise to confusion of natures. 136 3, 15 | inasmuch as ~the body "will rise spiritual in power and glory 137 3, 21 | not pray that the sun may rise tomorrow. Nor is ~it fitting 138 3, 21 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To rise is nothing more than to 139 3, 21 | something imperfect, and thus to rise ~pertains to what is potentially 140 3, 21 | Christ did not need to rise to God, since it was ever 141 3, 35 | 11:1: "A flower ~shall rise up out of his root"; for " 142 3, 36 | who said, "'A ~star shall rise out of Jacob.' Wherefore 143 3, 41 | vainglory, which always seeks to rise.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[41] A[ 144 3, 43 | be born of a virgin, to rise ~from the dead, and to ascend 145 3, 46 | Christ to suffer, and to rise again ~from the dead."~Aquin.: 146 3, 46 | lost His life, but was to rise again after three days, 147 3, 46 | future condition of those who rise again. Hence it is written ( 148 3, 51 | By Christ's burial we ~rise again"; and on Is. 53:9: " 149 3, 53 | necessary for Christ to rise again?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 150 3, 53 | necessary for Christ to rise again. ~For Damascene says ( 151 3, 53 | properly belong to ~Him to rise again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 152 3, 53 | higher state, since ~to rise is to be uplifted. But after 153 3, 53 | it was not due to it to rise again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 154 3, 53 | necessary for Christ to ~rise again from the dead.~Aquin.: 155 3, 53 | Christ to ~suffer and to rise again from the dead."~Aquin.: 156 3, 53 | that, It behooved Christ to rise again, for five reasons. 157 3, 53 | For if I do not at once rise again but My body be corrupted, 158 3, 53 | Christ, who ~is our head, rise again, we hope that we likewise 159 3, 53 | hope that we likewise shall rise again. Hence ~it is written ( 160 3, 53 | in the last day I shall rise out of the earth . . ~. 161 3, 53 | because I am fallen: I ~shall rise again." Likewise, although 162 3, 53 | was fitting for Christ to rise again on the third day?~ 163 3, 53 | who are His members do not rise from death on the third 164 3, 53 | Christ's blood, if He did not rise at once."~Aquin.: SMT TP 165 3, 53 | Therefore ~Christ did not rise on the third day.~Aquin.: 166 3, 53 | the third day ~He shall rise again."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 167 3, 53 | necessary that He should ~rise speedily, and that His Resurrection 168 3, 53 | was fitting that He should rise on the third day, while 169 3, 53 | Christ was the first to rise from the dead?~Aquin.: SMT 170 3, 53 | Christ was not the first to rise from the ~dead, because 171 3, 53 | Christ was not the first to rise from the ~dead. ~Aquin.: 172 3, 53 | Christ was ~not the first to rise from the dead.~Aquin.: SMT 173 3, 53 | is the first of ~them who rise, because by rising He was 174 3, 53 | second time than not to rise at ~all. According to this 175 3, 53 | bodies of the just did not rise then but after He had risen, 176 3, 53 | take it up again." But to rise is nothing ~else than to 177 3, 54 | Orth. iv): that is said to ~rise, which fell. But Christ' 178 3, 54 | that Christ's body did not rise glorified. For glorified ~ 179 3, 54 | sown in dishonor, it ~shall rise in glory." Hence, since 180 3, 54 | that Christ's body did not rise entire. For flesh ~and blood 181 3, 54 | Therefore ~Christ's body did not rise with the integrity of all 182 3, 54 | 15:52): "The dead shall rise incorrupt." ~But scars and 183 3, 54 | of the resurrection, to rise again with ~scars.~Aquin.: 184 3, 55 | that they should see Him rise?~(3) Whether He ought to 185 3, 55 | disciples should see Him rise again?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 186 3, 55 | disciples should have seen Him ~rise again, because it was their 187 3, 55 | Magdalen did not see Him rise; but, while searching for 188 3, 55 | Therefore no one saw Him rise again.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 189 3, 55 | from the bodies of them who rise again." Hence Bede says 190 3, 55 | sown in weakness, it shall ~rise in power." Consequently, 191 3, 56 | Therefore the dead would ~rise again even though Christ 192 3, 56 | with the dead who shall rise again, ~owing to distance 193 3, 56 | unbelievers and ~sinners shall rise again. Nor again is it the 194 3, 56 | super Joan.) ~that "bodies rise by His human dispensation, 195 3, 56 | dispensation, but souls rise by the ~Substance of God." 196 3, 56 | is the cause why bodies rise ~again, the bodies of all 197 3, 56 | bodies of all men shall rise again, according to 1 Cor. 198 3, 56 | 51: ~"We shall all indeed rise again." But the souls of 199 3, 56 | the souls of all will not rise ~again, because according 200 3, 56 | after saying that souls rise by the Divine ~Substance, 201 3, 64 | kinds of sacraments, giving rise to division in the ~Church; 202 3, 66 | Christ to suffer and to rise again, before ~proclaiming 203 3, 66 | which we die ~unto sin and rise again unto "newness of life" ( 204 3, 70 | is the age of those that rise again), as it were, ~on 205 3, 84 | Christ to ~suffer, and to rise again from the dead the 206 3, 86 | mutable good, it ~gives rise to a debt of some punishment, 207 3, 89 | light is that to which we rise again." Now the morning 208 3, 89 | those who fall and never rise again, or who rise and fall ~ 209 3, 89 | never rise again, or who rise and fall ~yet again; but 210 3, 89 | often they may ~fall, yet rise again finally. Consequently 211 3, 89 | falling, ~not that they always rise again to greater grace, 212 3, 89 | greater grace, but that they rise to ~more abiding grace, 213 3, 89 | their good, ~because they rise more humble and more enlightened."~ 214 3, 89 | not said that she cannot rise up, but that the ~virgin 215 3, 89 | virgin of Israel shall not rise; because the sheep that 216 Suppl, 9 | satisfaction does ~not give rise to scandal, since like works 217 Suppl, 47| necessary, as that the sun will rise ~tomorrow - and then the 218 Suppl, 53| For a simple vow may give rise to scandal since it may 219 Suppl, 70| manner no other part would rise again in identity, and ~ 220 Suppl, 71| Cor. ~15:29, "If the dead rise not again at all, why are 221 Suppl, 71| First, thus: "If the dead rise not again, nor did Christ 222 Suppl, 71| not again, nor did Christ rise ~again, why are they baptized 223 Suppl, 72| first" day all the seas will rise fifteen ~cubits above the 224 Suppl, 72| to allow the ~bodies to rise again; on the "fourteenth" 225 Suppl, 72| day all will die and will rise again with ~those who died 226 Suppl, 72| Christ comes and the ~saints rise again the whole world will 227 Suppl, 72| the saints that it will rise up; thus (2 ~Pt. 3:10) it 228 Suppl, 72| fire of the judgment will rise as high ~as the waters of 229 Suppl, 72| precede Him, and ~shall rise in the air to the same height 230 Suppl, 72| waters of the deluge did not rise to the height of the ~higher 231 Suppl, 72| already (A[3]), will not rise ~higher than the waters 232 Suppl, 72| the fire in question will rise to the summit of the space ~ 233 Suppl, 72| waters of the deluge did not rise to the summit of the space 234 Suppl, 72| will judge, the dead shall rise again, the good shall ~be 235 Suppl, 72| for the saints who will rise again will have spiritual ~ 236 Suppl, 72| sown in dishonor, it shall rise in glory": and at the same 237 Suppl, 72| 3: All men shall die and rise again: yet those are said 238 Suppl, 72| the condition of those who rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 239 Suppl, 72| fallen asleep, shall not ~rise again till the heavens be 240 Suppl, 72| that is ~dead shall never rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 241 Suppl, 72| in the last day I shall rise out of the earth, and I 242 Suppl, 72| The wicked shall not rise again ~in judgment." Now 243 Suppl, 72| judgment." Now men will not rise again except at the time 244 Suppl, 72| the wicked shall in no way rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 245 Suppl, 72| Therefore all will not rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 246 Suppl, 72| rose again, we also shall rise again. Now those alone should 247 Suppl, 72| Therefore they alone shall rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 248 Suppl, 72| forgiven to all, all will not rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 249 Suppl, 72| Christ, even so ~shall we rise again by His grace. Now 250 Suppl, 72| therefore neither can they rise again, and ~consequently 251 Suppl, 72| consequently all will not rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 252 Suppl, 72| Therefore the dead shall all rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 253 Suppl, 72| 51): "We shall all indeed rise again," ~etc.~Aquin.: SMT 254 Suppl, 72| in order that those who rise ~again may receive punishment 255 Suppl, 72| children. Therefore all will ~rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 256 Suppl, 72| as well as for one, to rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 257 Suppl, 72| whereby the wicked shall not rise again in the ~particular 258 Suppl, 72| unbelievers, who will not rise again to be judged, since 259 Suppl, 72| who, ~although they shall rise again, are not properly 260 Suppl, 72| notwithstanding original sin, they can rise again from death: ~for the 261 Suppl, 72| is given to ~us, but we rise again by the grace of Christ 262 Suppl, 72| grace, will nevertheless rise again on ~account of the 263 Suppl, 72| die and then sprout and rise again ~as it were": which 264 Suppl, 73| Christ. Hence all will ~rise again to immortal life; 265 Suppl, 73| who are ~in Christ shall rise."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[76] A[ 266 Suppl, 73| the feast; and those who rise again will be summoned to 267 Suppl, 73| and the ~dead shall rise again." Therefore the resurrection 268 Suppl, 74| the world, so that all may rise together. For ~there is 269 Suppl, 74| end of the world, so as to rise again together ~with all 270 Suppl, 74| world, so that they may ~rise again together with the 271 Suppl, 74| world, ~so that all may rise together.~Aquin.: SMT XP 272 Suppl, 74| the world, that all may rise together.~Aquin.: SMT XP 273 Suppl, 74| fallen ~asleep shall not rise again till the heavens be 274 Suppl, 74| he shall not ~wake, nor rise out of his sleep," and it 275 Suppl, 74| the world, when all shall rise together.~Aquin.: SMT XP 276 Suppl, 74| of others who have all to rise again at the ~consummation 277 Suppl, 74| not give them a right to rise again before others as ~ 278 Suppl, 74| that they ~should truly rise again. Nor was their resurrection 279 Suppl, 74| resurrection, whereby men ~shall rise again from their sins to 280 Suppl, 74| cease to ~move the dead will rise again. Nevertheless the 281 Suppl, 74| We shall all indeed ~rise again . . . in a moment, 282 Suppl, 75| die first, and afterwards rise again from death to immortality. 283 Suppl, 75| in Adam: and so all shall rise again from death.~Aquin.: 284 Suppl, 75| is that all shall die and rise again from death: and this 285 Suppl, 75| Para. 1/1~Whether all will rise again from ashes?~Aquin.: 286 Suppl, 75| would seem that all will not rise again from ashes. For ~Christ' 287 Suppl, 75| Therefore neither will all rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: 288 Suppl, 75| Therefore not all will rise ~again from ashes.~Aquin.: 289 Suppl, 75| after death. But some will rise again at once after death, ~ 290 Suppl, 75| Therefore all will not rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: 291 Suppl, 75| wicked: "We shall all indeed rise again, but we shall not 292 Suppl, 75| And thus, if the wicked rise again from ashes, the good 293 Suppl, 75| ashes, the good will not rise ~again from ashes.~Aquin.: 294 Suppl, 75| thou go." Now all who shall rise ~again at the general resurrection 295 Suppl, 75| womb. ~Therefore all will rise again from ashes.~Aquin.: 296 Suppl, 75| have shown (A[1]) that all ~rise again from death prove also 297 Suppl, 75| general resurrection all ~will rise again from ashes, unless 298 Suppl, 75| all may be able truly to ~rise again, so will the bodies 299 Suppl, 76| CONDITIONS OF THOSE WHO RISE AGAIN, AND FIRST OF THEIR 300 Suppl, 76| conditions of those who rise ~again. Here we shall consider: ( 301 Suppl, 76| 1) Whether the body will rise again identically the same?~( 302 Suppl, 76| In the last day I ~shall rise out of the earth." Therefore 303 Suppl, 76| Therefore the selfsame body will rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 304 Suppl, 76| death. Therefore it will rise again the same identically.~ 305 Suppl, 76| one: and the body will ~rise again identically the same, 306 Suppl, 76| it ~was mortal and will rise in immortality.~Aquin.: 307 Suppl, 76| the selfsame body will ~rise again, since the selfsame 308 Suppl, 76| the same man that shall rise again?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 309 Suppl, 76| the same man that ~shall rise again. For according to 310 Suppl, 76| same identical man will rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 311 Suppl, 76| Trin. viii, 5) that "to rise again is naught ~else but 312 Suppl, 76| Therefore he would ~not rise again, which is contrary 313 Suppl, 76| for the selfsame man to rise again; and this is effected 314 Suppl, 77| members of the human body will rise again therein?~(2) Whether 315 Suppl, 77| truth of human ~nature will rise again?~(5) Whether whatever 316 Suppl, 77| contained materially will rise again?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 317 Suppl, 77| members of the human body will rise again?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 318 Suppl, 77| of the human body will ~rise again. For if the end be 319 Suppl, 77| not all the members shall rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 320 Suppl, 77| members: and yet they will not rise ~again. For they can neither 321 Suppl, 77| again. For they can neither rise full, since thus they contain ~ 322 Suppl, 77| the ~members shall not all rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 323 Suppl, 77| Further, the body shall rise again that it may be rewarded 324 Suppl, 77| the members will not all rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 325 Suppl, 77| the soul, for it will not rise again ~except according 326 Suppl, 77| follows that man also must rise again perfect, seeing that 327 Suppl, 77| OBJ 2: The entrails will rise again in the body even as 328 Suppl, 77| the hair and nails will rise again in the human body?~ 329 Suppl, 77| hair and nails will not rise again in the ~human body. 330 Suppl, 77| dregs. But these will not ~rise again with the body. Neither 331 Suppl, 77| needed. Yet seed will not rise again in the human body. 332 Suppl, 77| hair and nails will ~not rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 333 Suppl, 77| especially of the elect, ought to rise again with all their ~adornment. 334 Suppl, 77| Therefore they ought to rise again with the hair. ~Aquin.: 335 Suppl, 77| perfection: and since man will rise again with all the ~perfections 336 Suppl, 77| that hair and nails will rise again ~in him.~Aquin.: SMT 337 Suppl, 77| certain that these ~will rise again and that they belong 338 Suppl, 77| Whether the humors will rise again in the body?~Aquin.: 339 Suppl, 77| that the humors will not rise again in the body. ~For 340 Suppl, 77| humor. Therefore it will not rise ~again in the blessed, who 341 Suppl, 77| Therefore the body will not rise ~again with humors.~Aquin.: 342 Suppl, 77| Therefore the humors will not rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 343 Suppl, 77| of the human body ~will rise again with it. Now this 344 Suppl, 77| Therefore the humors will rise again in ~the body.~Aquin.: 345 Suppl, 77| Therefore the blood will rise again in us also, and in 346 Suppl, 77| in the resurrection will rise again, as stated above ~( 347 Suppl, 77| human nature must needs rise again in man. Now there 348 Suppl, 77| of ~these humidities will rise again, because they do not 349 Suppl, 77| and consequently ~will rise again with the other parts 350 Suppl, 77| Humidities of this kind will not rise again, ~because after the 351 Suppl, 77| form to another will not ~rise again. Now this humidity 352 Suppl, 77| in ~neither state will it rise again. The third kind of 353 Suppl, 77| belongs to the members it will rise again just as the members 354 Suppl, 77| truth of human nature will ~rise again in it?~Aquin.: SMT 355 Suppl, 77| human nature, will not all rise again in it. For food is 356 Suppl, 77| truth of ~human nature will rise again, the flesh of the 357 Suppl, 77| other animals ~will also rise again: which is inadmissible.~ 358 Suppl, 77| us. But Adam's rib will rise again not in Adam but in ~ 359 Suppl, 77| Eve, else Eve would not rise again at all since she was 360 Suppl, 77| human nature will ~not all rise again in him.~Aquin.: SMT 361 Suppl, 77| thing from different men ~to rise again. Yet it is possible 362 Suppl, 77| Therefore there will not rise again in man whatever belonged 363 Suppl, 77| some of it may ~possibly rise again in the one man and 364 Suppl, 77| since the ~same cannot rise again in two subjects, it 365 Suppl, 77| human nature in both to rise again in ~both of them.~ 366 Suppl, 77| truth of human nature will rise again ~in each one.~Aquin.: 367 Suppl, 77| human ~nature in a man will rise again in him.~Aquin.: SMT 368 Suppl, 77| anything resulting from food to rise again in man, but ~that 369 Suppl, 77| man, but ~that alone will rise again which belonged to 370 Suppl, 77| product from food shall rise again: not all, however, ~ 371 Suppl, 77| substance of the seed will rise again in this man who was ~ 372 Suppl, 77| nourishment, only so much will rise again in him as is needed 373 Suppl, 77| nature principally will rise again, but not the whole 374 Suppl, 77| produced from the seed will rise again, not ~because it belongs 375 Suppl, 77| body was fashioned shall rise again. The second opinion, 376 Suppl, 77| species. Hence it ~will rise again not in Adam but in 377 Suppl, 77| Eve, just as the seed will rise again, ~not in the begetter, 378 Suppl, 77| eaten: and thus it will rise again in the latter ~but 379 Suppl, 77| opinions, each ~one will rise again in that wherein he 380 Suppl, 77| equally ~in both, he will rise again in that wherein he 381 Suppl, 77| will be ~possible for it to rise again in the second: otherwise 382 Suppl, 77| resurrection in the first will rise again in him and not in 383 Suppl, 77| changed into the seed will rise again in the person ~born 384 Suppl, 77| the remaining matter will rise again in him of ~whose flesh 385 Suppl, 77| seminal substance will indeed rise again ~in the one begotten 386 Suppl, 77| produced, for this would rise again in the first but ~ 387 Suppl, 77| into seed, will clearly rise again in the first the Divine 388 Suppl, 77| a man's members will all rise again?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 389 Suppl, 77| man's members ~will all rise again. For the hair, seemingly, 390 Suppl, 77| was in the hair will ~all rise again, if not in the hair, 391 Suppl, 77| other members ~will all rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 392 Suppl, 77| parts ~of matter will all rise again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 393 Suppl, 77| all the parts of matter rise not ~again, neither will 394 Suppl, 77| neither will the whole body rise again: which is inadmissible.~ 395 Suppl, 77| remain not but ebb and flow, rise again, either the body of ~ 396 Suppl, 77| matter in one man were to rise ~again it follows that in 397 Suppl, 77| that in one man there will rise again that which belongs ~ 398 Suppl, 77| of what is in man will rise again, if we speak of the 399 Suppl, 77| but the whole will not rise again if we speak of the 400 Suppl, 77| produced from the seed will all rise again even if we speak of 401 Suppl, 77| maintains ~that nothing will rise again of that which was 402 Suppl, 77| but not all, thereof will rise ~again, as stated above ( 403 Suppl, 77| parts of the body will ~rise again, if we speak of the 404 Suppl, 77| wherefore it must needs ~rise again, not however as regards 405 Suppl, 77| immoderate, but it will rise again in other parts as 406 Suppl, 78| THE QUALITY OF THOSE WHO RISE AGAIN (FOUR ARTICLES)~We 407 Suppl, 78| the quality of those who rise again. Under this ~head 408 Suppl, 78| inquiry:~(1) Whether all will rise again in the youthful age?~( 409 Suppl, 78| sex?~(4) Whether they will rise again to the animal life?~ 410 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Whether all will rise again of the same age?~Aquin.: 411 Suppl, 78| would seem that all will not rise again of the same, namely ~ 412 Suppl, 78| perfection from those who rise again, especially from the 413 Suppl, 78| Therefore the old will not rise again of a youthful ~age.~ 414 Suppl, 78| individual will especially rise again in him. Now the sooner 415 Suppl, 78| Therefore if all are to rise again of the same ~age, 416 Suppl, 78| fitting that they should rise again in the age of ~childhood.~ 417 Suppl, 78| Therefore others also ~will rise again of a youthful age.~ 418 Suppl, 78| Para. 3/3~Further, man will rise again at the most perfect 419 Suppl, 78| youth. Therefore ~all will rise again of that age.~Aquin.: 420 Suppl, 78| I answer that, Man will rise again without any defect 421 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Whether all will rise again of the same stature?~ 422 Suppl, 78| would seem that all will rise again of the same stature. 423 Suppl, 78| in ~all, since all will rise again of the same age. Therefore 424 Suppl, 78| in all, so that all ~will rise again of the same stature.~ 425 Suppl, 78| resurrection. Therefore all ~will rise again of the same stature. ~ 426 Suppl, 78| power of nature will never rise again of a greater quantity, 427 Suppl, 78| Therefore all will not rise again of the same stature.~ 428 Suppl, 78| punishment in all those who rise again. Neither therefore 429 Suppl, 78| Therefore all will not rise again ~of the same quantity, 430 Suppl, 78| quantity, but each one will rise again of that quantity which ~ 431 Suppl, 78| 2) that all are ~said to rise again of the same age, not 432 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Whether all will rise again of the male sex?~Aquin.: 433 Suppl, 78| would seem that all will rise again of the male sex. For 434 Suppl, 78| order. Therefore women will rise again not in the female 435 Suppl, 78| intention of nature will not rise again, since all error will 436 Suppl, 78| the female sex will not rise ~again.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 437 Suppl, 78| not that both sexes will rise again."~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 438 Suppl, 78| Wherefore just as men will rise again of various ~stature, 439 Suppl, 78| various ~stature, so will they rise again of different sex. 440 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Whether all will rise again to animal life so 441 Suppl, 78| would seem that they will rise again to the animal life, 442 Suppl, 78| to eating. Now man will rise again with all these. Therefore 443 Suppl, 78| like manner each man will rise again in due quantity; neither ~ 444 Suppl, 78| which is common to those who rise again (namely not to ~partake 445 Suppl, 79| under which the blessed rise again, ~and (1) the impassibility 446 Suppl, 79| the blood and humors will rise again, ~as stated above ( 447 Suppl, 79| in corruption, it shall rise in ~incorruption." Therefore 448 Suppl, 79| sown in weakness, it shall rise in power." Therefore they ~ 449 Suppl, 79| the bodies of those who rise again, for they will contain 450 Suppl, 80| corruptible ~body, it shall rise a spiritual," i.e. a spirit-like, " 451 Suppl, 80| the bodies of those who rise again (1 Cor. 15:44). ~But 452 Suppl, 80| a spirit, one would not rise ~again a man, for a man 453 Suppl, 80| Moreover the human body will rise again with ~flesh and bones, 454 Suppl, 80| the integrity of those who rise again) - or unless ~elemental 455 Suppl, 80| integrity of the body will rise ~again in the body, both 456 Suppl, 81| sown in weakness, ~it shall rise in power," that is, according 457 Suppl, 82| sown in dishonor, it shall ~rise in glory," which refers 458 Suppl, 83| BODIES OF THE DAMNED WILL RISE AGAIN (THREE ARTICLES)~We 459 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned ~will rise again. Under this head there 460 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will rise again with their ~deformities?~( 461 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will rise again with their deformities?~ 462 Suppl, 83| bodies of the damned will rise again with ~their deformities. 463 Suppl, 83| just as the saints will rise again to final happiness, ~ 464 Suppl, 83| happiness, ~so the wicked will rise again to final unhappiness. 465 Suppl, 83| unhappiness. Now when the saints ~rise again nothing will be taken 466 Suppl, 83| 15:52): "The dead shall rise ~again incorruptible"; where 467 Suppl, 83| the dead in general shall rise again incorruptible, i.e. 468 Suppl, 83| Therefore the wicked will rise again without their ~deformities.~ 469 Suppl, 83| Therefore the damned will rise again without ~these defects.~ 470 Suppl, 83| both wicked and good will rise again whole. Another ~deformity 471 Suppl, 83| die under perfect age will rise again in the stature ~of 472 Suppl, 83| prevent; and so if a person rise again with such ~defects 473 Suppl, 83| deformities in this life rise again with them, while the 474 Suppl, 83| therefore, as is clear, will rise again ~without them, though 475 Suppl, 84| the knowledge of those who rise ~again will not be clearer 476 Suppl, 85| The men of Nineve shall ~rise in judgment with this generation, 477 Suppl, 86| The men of Nineve shall rise in judgment with this generation, 478 Suppl, 86| and shall ~condemn it." To rise in judgment thus is common 479 Suppl, 86| The ~wicked shall not rise again in judgment."~Aquin.: 480 Suppl, 86| words, "The wicked shall not rise in judgment," if ~referred 481 Suppl, 86| 18). All, however, ~will rise again to assemble at the 482 Suppl, 88| the world and those who rise ~again will have after the 483 Suppl, 88| of which "the dead shall rise again" (1 Cor. 15:52). Now 484 Suppl, 88| previously died, will have to rise again just as men will rise 485 Suppl, 88| rise again just as men will rise again. But ~this cannot


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