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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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carnal

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1 1, 13 | truth, so the ~enjoyment of carnal pleasures is called happiness 2 1, 63 | even in the ~obscenities of carnal sins; as Augustine says ( 3 1, 63 | Therefore there can also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: 4 1, 63 | with the spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with the flesh. 5 1, 63 | themselves were disposed to carnal pleasures: it is ~wholly 6 1, 63 | any more than they are to carnal pleasures. ~Consequently 7 1, 64 | even in the ~obscenities of carnal sins; as Augustine says ( 8 1, 64 | Therefore there can also be carnal sins in the demons.~Aquin.: 9 1, 64 | with the spirit, ~just as carnal sins are with the flesh. 10 1, 64 | themselves were disposed to carnal pleasures: it is ~wholly 11 1, 64 | any more than they are to carnal pleasures. ~Consequently 12 1, 97 | 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in carnal intercourse, more than at 13 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: Pleasure causes carnal love in one way; the sight, 14 2, 70 | works, whether ~spiritual or carnal. However, by a kind of adaptation, 15 2, 70 | contrasts the fruits with the carnal works, ~each to each. Thus " 16 2, 72 | distinction between spiritual and carnal sins;~(3) Whether sins differ 17 2, 72 | fittingly distinguished from carnal sins?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 18 2, 72 | unfittingly distinguished ~from carnal sins. For the Apostle says ( 19 2, 72 | works of the flesh. Now carnal sins are called works of 20 2, 72 | of the ~flesh. Therefore carnal sins should not be distinguished 21 2, 72 | pertain to the nature of ~carnal sin. Therefore carnal sins 22 2, 72 | of ~carnal sin. Therefore carnal sins should not be distinguished 23 2, 72 | Therefore the same sins are both carnal and spiritual, and consequently ~ 24 2, 72 | Further, if some sins are carnal specifically, this, seemingly, ~ 25 2, 72 | fornication would be the only carnal sin, ~whereas the Apostle ( 26 2, 72 | reckons covetousness with the carnal sins.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] 27 2, 72 | five are spiritual, and two carnal."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 28 2, 72 | this can also be called carnal pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT FS 29 2, 72 | while those which consist in carnal pleasure, are called ~carnal 30 2, 72 | carnal pleasure, are called ~carnal sins, e.g. gluttony, which 31 2, 72 | though they consisted in carnal pleasure; but ~flesh here 32 2, 72 | due in ~some way to the carnal sense.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[ 33 2, 72 | Reply OBJ 3: Even in the carnal sins there is a spiritual 34 2, 72 | which they are named, is ~carnal pleasure.~Aquin.: SMT FS 35 2, 72 | pleasure of gluttony, although ~carnal, does not so utterly absorb 36 2, 72 | which is reckoned among the carnal ~sins, stands here for adultery, 37 2, 72 | covetousness is numbered with the carnal sins: but the pleasure itself ~ 38 2, 72 | which the first is "when the carnal sense offers a ~bait," which 39 2, 73 | is ~opposed?~(5) Whether carnal sins are more grievous than 40 2, 73 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether carnal sins are of less guilt than 41 2, 73 | OBJ 1: It would seem that carnal sins are not of less guilt 42 2, 73 | pertains to lust, which is a carnal sin. ~Therefore carnal sins 43 2, 73 | a carnal sin. ~Therefore carnal sins are of greater guilt 44 2, 73 | Therefore, since lust is a carnal sin, it seems that the carnal 45 2, 73 | carnal sin, it seems that the carnal sins are ~of most guilt.~ 46 2, 73 | while lust ~pertains to carnal sins. Therefore carnal sin 47 2, 73 | to carnal sins. Therefore carnal sin is more grievous than ~ 48 2, 73 | Moral. xxxiii, 11) that carnal sins are ~of less guilt, 49 2, 73 | are of greater guilt than carnal sins: yet ~this does not 50 2, 73 | greater guilt than each ~carnal sin; but that, considering 51 2, 73 | difference between spiritual ~and carnal, spiritual sins are more 52 2, 73 | sins are more grievous than carnal sins, other ~things being 53 2, 73 | away from Him; whereas ~carnal sins are consummated in 54 2, 73 | sins are consummated in the carnal pleasure of the appetite, 55 2, 73 | goods of the body; so that carnal ~sin, as such, denotes more 56 2, 73 | sin is committed: because carnal sin, as such, is ~against 57 2, 73 | further on (A[6]). ~Now carnal sins have a stronger impulse, 58 2, 74 | his ~thoughts away from carnal pleasures, to the considerations 59 2, 74 | the sensuality, e.g. about carnal pleasures. ~Therefore the 60 2, 77 | such things as afford, not carnal pleasure in respect of touch, 61 2, 83 | corruption of original sin by the carnal semen. ~Therefore original 62 2, 83 | our first parent through carnal generation. And so, ~since 63 2, 83 | transmitted through the carnal semen. ~But the other powers 64 2, 100 | wife, for the purpose of carnal ~knowledge, belongs to the 65 2, 102 | void the Old Law as to the ~carnal observances, by substituting 66 2, 102 | denote the absence of all carnal sweetness and pleasure from ~ 67 2, 102 | comes to us through our carnal origin, from the sin of 68 2, 102 | individuals; not that those carnal sacrifices had of themselves 69 2, 102 | his mind is darkened ~by carnal affections: for running 70 2, 105 | worship was continued through carnal generation: for even among ~ 71 2, 105 | successors ~according to carnal origin, might at least have 72 2, 107 | Testament there are some carnal men ~who have not yet attained 73 2, 108 | promise an abundance of carnal pleasures; on the contrary, 74 2, 108 | concupiscence ~of the eyes"; carnal pleasures pertaining to 75 2, 108 | are renounced by poverty; carnal pleasures by ~perpetual 76 2, 108 | fixed time refrains from carnal pleasures that he may give 77 2, 109 | wrought in the mind - the carnal appetite being not yet ~ 78 2, 113 | their own will, but by carnal generation, so also is grace 79 2, 114 | things to come. For the carnal people ~were adhering to 80 2, 10 | has his ~soul, than to his carnal father, from whom he has 81 2, 14 | owing to his affection for carnal ~things, dislikes or neglects 82 2, 14 | part of the soul: whereas carnal sins ~pertain to the corruption 83 2, 14 | are nearer the mind than carnal vices ~are. Therefore blindness 84 2, 14 | spiritual rather than by carnal vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 85 2, 14 | A[3] Body Para. 2/2~Now carnal vices, namely gluttony and 86 2, 14 | some who are the slaves of carnal vices are at ~times capable 87 2, 14 | owing to the fact that the carnal vices are further ~removed 88 2, 19 | from God, but to enjoy ~carnal pleasure, the result of 89 2, 25 | as regards the union of carnal connection and ~co-habitation.~ 90 2, 33 | would not sever sloth from carnal vices, whereby a man seeks ~ 91 2, 36 | contention, are ~you not carnal, and walk according to men?" 92 2, 38 | weapons of our warfare are not carnal, ~but mighty through God." 93 2, 38 | Now, among the faithful, carnal wars should be considered 94 2, 42 | etc. For as long as any carnal concupiscence ~remains, 95 2, 51 | akin to the reason than carnal ~vices. Therefore the aforesaid 96 2, 51 | vices rather ~than from carnal vices.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 97 2, 51 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Carnal vices destroy the judgment 98 2, 53 | of a man who looks upon carnal ~goods as the last end of 99 2, 53 | in so far as worldly or ~carnal goods are proposed to our 100 2, 53 | appetite. Hence we speak of "carnal" and ~again of "worldly" 101 2, 53 | which seems to pertain to carnal prudence, ~diminishes sin [* 102 2, 53 | end of his whole life in carnal pleasure. To apply oneself 103 2, 53 | Apostle is speaking of that carnal prudence whereby a ~man 104 2, 53 | the law of God, but that carnal prudence itself ~cannot 105 2, 53 | would seem to pertain to carnal or ~worldly prudence. Therefore 106 2, 53 | craftiness is not distinct from carnal or ~worldly prudence, and 107 2, 53 | above (A[3]; Q[47], A[13]), carnal prudence and ~craftiness, 108 2, 85 | tithes is the debt whereby carnal ~things are due to those 109 2, 85 | great matter if we reap your carnal things?" [thus implying 110 2, 85 | great matter if we reap your carnal things"] ~[*The phrase in 111 2, 85 | under the designation of carnal things. Therefore tithes 112 2, 86 | just as the practice of carnal intercourse is ~contrary 113 2, 89 | people were more coarse and carnal - so that they needed to 114 2, 92 | virtue, and to that which is carnal.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[94] A[ 115 2, 98 | received seems to indicate a carnal intention, no less than 116 2, 98 | unlawful, or ~directed to carnal things (e.g. a service rendered 117 2, 98 | reason of kinship or of any carnal affection is unlawful and 118 2, 98 | affection is unlawful and carnal, but ~not simoniacal: since 119 2, 99 | Me." Accordingly, ~if our carnal parents stand in need of 120 2, 100 | descending ~order. Now just as a carnal father partakes of the character 121 2, 116 | through ~corruption of carnal nature, fall into covetousness. 122 2, 116 | Now some pleasures ~are carnal and some spiritual. Carnal 123 2, 116 | carnal and some spiritual. Carnal pleasures are those which 124 2, 116 | are ~consummated in the carnal senses - for instance, the 125 2, 116 | which are consummated in carnal pleasures, while ~spiritual 126 2, 116 | excellence), and purely carnal ~sins, which seek a purely 127 2, 123 | whereby we dread to suffer carnal ~dangers, or to lose worldly 128 2, 140 | need much to refrain from carnal things. Nor do any of ~these 129 2, 140 | to bodily occupations and carnal procreation.~Aquin.: SMT 130 2, 140 | impulse of custom," i.e. carnal concupiscence, "is broken, 131 2, 148 | vices are greater than carnal vices. Now drunkenness is 132 2, 148 | drunkenness is one of the carnal ~vices. Therefore it is 133 2, 150 | some betake themselves to ~carnal procreation, while others 134 2, 150 | to God is ~preferable to carnal fruitfulness. Hence Augustine 135 2, 151 | through being held back by carnal pleasures he cares not to ~ 136 2, 151 | special point of ~desiring carnal pleasures for oneself, it 137 2, 152 | works, if he persist in carnal inconstancy impenitent ~ 138 2, 152 | subjected to the devil by carnal lust more ~than by anything 139 2, 152 | arise from thinking ~about carnal sins with concupiscence 140 2, 152 | ensues after thoughts about carnal acts, though they were ~ 141 2, 152 | parents' house, and have carnal knowledge of her. ~Therefore 142 2, 152 | the city, and by force has carnal ~knowledge of her. If the 143 2, 160 | perceptible. on the other hand, carnal lust is apparent to all, 144 2, 162 | great a rebellion of the carnal appetite against the reason: 145 2, 162 | as the rebellion of the carnal appetite ~against the spirit 146 2, 163 | while the belly denotes carnal desire, ~because this part 147 2, 173 | and withdrawing from his carnal senses, so that he truly ~ 148 2, 173 | Apostle was rapt from his carnal ~senses to the third heaven, 149 2, 178 | by withdrawing from his carnal senses, he is not caught ~ 150 2, 178 | delight is greater than carnal pleasure, as stated ~above ( 151 2, 178 | understanding, He withers all carnal pleasure in us."~Aquin.: 152 2, 182 | LXXXIII, qu. 36) that "carnal desire is the bane of ~charity; 153 2, 182 | of ~charity; to have no carnal desires is the perfection 154 2, 184 | restrain the passions of carnal ~pleasures and of external 155 2, 185 | matter if we ~reap your carnal things?" And in this sense 156 2, 185 | things, they ought also in ~carnal things to minister to them," 157 2, 186 | shalt have no love for ~carnal vice." For it turns the 158 2, 186 | the "letter" ~and other carnal observances.~Aquin.: SMT 159 2, 187 | spirit" (Gal. 5:17), ~so too carnal friends often thwart our 160 3, 5 | ought to have assumed a carnal or earthly body?~Aquin.: 161 3, 5 | seem that Christ had not a carnal or earthly, but a ~heavenly 162 3, 5 | was not a heavenly, but a carnal and earthly body.~Aquin.: 163 3, 5 | Himself to men, as if He had a carnal and ~earthly body, the manifestation 164 3, 5 | or human mind is nothing ~carnal, either in its substance 165 3, 16 | concrete we say "animate" and "carnal" or ~"corporeal," as, on 166 3, 19 | transmitted to others by carnal propagation. So, too, the ~ 167 3, 19 | Adam reaches others only by carnal ~generation, so, too, the 168 3, 23 | power is ~not forfeited when carnal humanity [*Some editions 169 3, 23 | Consequently, when it is said that "carnal ~humanity is adopted," the 170 3, 27 | i): "All flesh born of ~carnal intercourse is sinful."~ 171 3, 28 | marriage is consummated by carnal intercourse. Therefore it 172 3, 28 | she, of her own accord, by carnal intercourse to ~forfeit 173 3, 28 | nor ever was to know by carnal intercourse." For, ~as Ambrose 174 3, 28 | not to be understood of carnal ~knowledge, but of acquaintance. 175 3, 28 | was spread according to ~carnal origin, until Christ was 176 3, 29 | espousals are ordered to carnal intercourse. But our ~Lord' 177 3, 29 | Mother never wished to have carnal intercourse with her husband; ~ 178 3, 29 | would never come to have ~carnal intercourse: yet she left 179 3, 29 | nor ever was to know by carnal ~intercourse."~Aquin.: SMT 180 3, 29 | if this be referred to carnal intercourse, by which children 181 3, 29 | since there was no divorce. Carnal intercourse alone ~there 182 3, 31 | Christ": inasmuch as by his carnal origin ~"He assumed 'the 183 3, 31 | children of God: whereas by carnal generation the ~Son of God 184 3, 31 | was handed down through carnal ~origin: wherefore it was 185 3, 31 | Christ ~does not result from carnal origin, but from spiritual 186 3, 31 | that priest, ~not through carnal origin, but through the 187 3, 34 | conceived by the combining of carnal union."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 188 3, 35 | His holy life, not in His ~carnal birth. Therefore He wished 189 3, 36 | progeny, begotten, not of carnal propagation, but ~of the 190 3, 37 | Christ: wherefore we need no carnal ~circumcision." And this 191 3, 37 | they cleansed by a kind of carnal purification, ~from the 192 3, 38 | being ordered ~merely unto carnal cleanliness. But the baptism 193 3, 39 | baptism for ~His own sake, yet carnal nature in others had need 194 3, 39 | conception in the flesh was not carnal, but ~spiritual? Therefore 195 3, 41 | spiritual men, but only carnal men, have a part - namely, 196 3, 58 | If we accept it in ~a carnal sense that Christ sits at 197 3, 64 | whatsoever heretics do, is carnal, void and counterfeit, so ~ 198 3, 66 | reiterated, ~just as neither can carnal generation. Hence Augustine 199 3, 67 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 3: In carnal generation male and female 200 3, 67 | stated above ~(A[3]). But in carnal generation nothing else 201 3, 67 | certain manner likened to carnal generation: wherefore it 202 3, 67 | without guile." Now, in carnal ~generation the new-born 203 3, 67 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In carnal generation nothing is essential 204 3, 67 | would be fitting for the carnal ~father, rather than another, 205 3, 67 | generation is distinct from carnal ~generation, so is spiritual 206 3, 67 | should be ~distinct from the carnal father, unless necessity 207 3, 68 | Now it is manifest that in carnal generation man ~does not 208 3, 68 | Baptism is somewhat ~like carnal birth, in this respect, 209 3, 68 | has his ~soul, than to his carnal father, from whom he has 210 3, 68 | are taken away from their ~carnal parents, and consecrated 211 3, 69 | regeneration, which corresponds to carnal generation. But ~by carnal 212 3, 69 | carnal generation. But ~by carnal generation man contracts 213 3, 69 | et Remiss. i), that "in carnal generation, ~original sin 214 3, 69 | Further, what is done with a carnal intention does not seem 215 3, 69 | taken to Baptism ~with a carnal intention, to wit, that 216 3, 69 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: The carnal intention of those who take 217 3, 70 | as circumcision removed a carnal pellicule, so ~Baptism despoils 218 3, 70 | Baptism despoils man of carnal behavior.~Aquin.: SMT TP 219 3, 70 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, carnal circumcision should correspond 220 3, 70 | Moreover, by the growth of carnal concupiscence natural ~reason 221 3, 70 | faith and a remedy against carnal ~concupiscence.~Aquin.: 222 3, 70 | ordained as a remedy for carnal ~concupiscence, which thrives 223 3, 74 | were not yet despoiled of carnal desires, which ~clung to 224 3, 75 | spiritual, having ~nothing carnal, nor natural consequence; 225 3, 80 | ought not to indulge in carnal acts." But since this is 226 Suppl, 8 | there is less fault, since ~"carnal sins, which afford more 227 Suppl, 15| Further, every sin is either carnal or spiritual. Now, as Jerome ~ 228 Suppl, 15| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Carnal sin is twofold; one which 229 Suppl, 15| one which is completed in carnal ~delectation, as gluttony 230 Suppl, 15| are between spiritual and carnal sins, so that they need 231 Suppl, 39| the same time serve his ~carnal master and exercise his 232 Suppl, 41| bearing of ~children without carnal union. Therefore the marriage 233 Suppl, 41| especially the case ~in carnal intercourse wherein the 234 Suppl, 42| confers grace?~(4) Whether carnal intercourse belongs to the 235 Suppl, 42| blessings which justify carnal concupiscence; ~secondly, 236 Suppl, 42| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether carnal intercourse is an integral 237 Suppl, 42| OBJ 1: It would seem that carnal intercourse is an integral 238 Suppl, 42| not brought about ~save by carnal intercourse. Therefore it 239 Suppl, 42| A[2]; Q[9], A[1]~). Now carnal intercourse belongs to the 240 Suppl, 42| cannot be preserved without carnal intercourse. ~Therefore 241 Suppl, 42| remedy ~to those who have no carnal intercourse. Therefore the 242 Suppl, 42| Paradise, and yet there was no ~carnal intercourse. Therefore carnal 243 Suppl, 42| carnal intercourse. Therefore carnal intercourse is not an integral 244 Suppl, 42| matrimony is holier without carnal intercourse, according to 245 Suppl, 42| Sent. D, 26). Therefore carnal intercourse is not necessary 246 Suppl, 42| in operation. Since then carnal ~intercourse is an operation 247 Suppl, 42| intercourse, it follows, that carnal intercourse belongs to the ~ 248 Suppl, 42| necessary for the ~sacrament. Carnal intercourse belongs not 249 Suppl, 42| is not attained ~without carnal intercourse, it follows 250 Suppl, 42| 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Before carnal intercourse marriage is 251 Suppl, 43| affianced bridegroom has carnal knowledge of a ~kinswoman 252 Suppl, 45| confirmed by oath or by carnal intercourse; the third is 253 Suppl, 45| and is binding. Therefore carnal marriage also can be effected 254 Suppl, 46| CONSENT TO WHICH AN OATH OR CARNAL INTERCOURSE IS APPENDED ( 255 Suppl, 46| consent to which an oath or carnal intercourse ~is appended. 256 Suppl, 46| a marriage?~(2) Whether carnal intercourse supervening 257 Suppl, 46| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether carnal intercourse after consent 258 Suppl, 46| OBJ 1: It would seem that carnal intercourse after consent 259 Suppl, 46| by word. But he who has carnal intercourse consents by 260 Suppl, 46| interpretation of consent than ~carnal intercourse. Therefore marriage 261 Suppl, 46| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, all carnal union outside marriage is 262 Suppl, 46| admitting her betrothed to carnal ~intercourse. Therefore 263 Suppl, 46| that even if, after his carnal intercourse, ~he happen 264 Suppl, 46| married to her. Therefore carnal intercourse after consent 265 Suppl, 46| thing does not make it. But carnal ~intercourse follows the 266 Suppl, 46| and thus in very truth carnal intercourse ~cannot complete 267 Suppl, 46| significant of consent than carnal ~intercourse, it follows 268 Suppl, 46| the judgment of the Church carnal ~intercourse following on 269 Suppl, 46| 1: In reality he who has carnal intercourse consents by 270 Suppl, 47| bishopric. Therefore a carnal father can compel his son 271 Suppl, 48| marriage is a consent to carnal ~intercourse?~(2) Whether 272 Suppl, 48| marriage is a consent to carnal ~intercourse?~Aquin.: SMT 273 Suppl, 48| marriage is a ~consent to carnal intercourse. For Jerome [* 274 Suppl, 48| virginity except by reason of carnal ~intercourse. Therefore 275 Suppl, 48| marriage is a consent to ~carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 276 Suppl, 48| brother and sister except carnal intercourse. But there ~ 277 Suppl, 48| consent is a consent to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 278 Suppl, 48| consent were a consent to ~carnal intercourse. Therefore, 279 Suppl, 48| marriage is consummated by carnal intercourse. ~Therefore, 280 Suppl, 48| that the consent ~is to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 281 Suppl, 48| No one that consents to carnal intercourse is a virgin ~ 282 Suppl, 48| Therefore he did not consent ~to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 283 Suppl, 48| of marriage. Since then carnal intercourse is not essential 284 Suppl, 48| causes marriage a consent to ~carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT 285 Suppl, 48| Wherefore, according as carnal intercourse stands in relation 286 Suppl, 48| causes marriage a consent to carnal ~intercourse. Now, as stated 287 Suppl, 48| is not essentially the carnal union itself, but a certain 288 Suppl, 48| husband and wife ordained to carnal intercourse, and a ~further 289 Suppl, 48| the other in reference to carnal intercourse, which ~joining 290 Suppl, 48| marriage is to consent to ~carnal intercourse implicitly and 291 Suppl, 48| and not explicitly. For carnal intercourse ~is not to be 292 Suppl, 48| cause, for the power to have carnal intercourse, which power 293 Suppl, 48| consent, is the cause of carnal intercourse, just as the ~ 294 Suppl, 48| the other in relation to carnal intercourse, even as neither 295 Suppl, 48| neither can ~there be lawfully carnal intercourse itself. Consequently 296 Suppl, 48| but also to the power of carnal intercourse, and therefore 297 Suppl, 48| not given ~explicitly to carnal intercourse; and this is 298 Suppl, 49| either by ~bodily death after carnal union, or by spiritual death 299 Suppl, 49| that is inseparable ~from carnal intercourse were an evil 300 Suppl, 49| Serm. xli, de Sanct.), ~carnal intercourse of this kind 301 Suppl, 51| marry, and ~that she has had carnal intercourse with him; in 302 Suppl, 51| especially if there has been carnal intercourse between her 303 Suppl, 52| wish to occupy himself in carnal intercourse. ~Therefore 304 Suppl, 53| marriage a man may have carnal intercourse without ~sin. 305 Suppl, 53| chastity can never have carnal ~intercourse with his wife 306 Suppl, 53| continence, except by reason of carnal intercourse: and therefore 307 Suppl, 53| especially ~as regards carnal intercourse. But he who 308 Suppl, 53| this obligation through the carnal ~intercourse that has already 309 Suppl, 54| same common ancestor by carnal procreation." For all men 310 Suppl, 54| ancestor, namely Adam, by carnal procreation. ~Therefore 311 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, carnal procreation, according to 312 Suppl, 54| person of whom he is born by carnal procreation.~Aquin.: SMT 313 Suppl, 54| Para. 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, carnal procreation is common to 314 Suppl, 54| contracted among animals from carnal procreation. ~Therefore 315 Suppl, 54| subject of this tie. while "carnal ~procreation" is mentioned 316 Suppl, 54| Hence the tie contracted by carnal ~procreation is more fittingly 317 Suppl, 54| contracted among men through carnal procreation, and not among 318 Suppl, 54| consanguinity, because carnal procreation whence the tie 319 Suppl, 54| various conditions. ~But carnal copulation with parents 320 Suppl, 54| that man ~naturally abhors carnal knowledge not only of his 321 Suppl, 54| consanguinity does not result from carnal procreation in other ~animals 322 Suppl, 54| household, because if a lawful carnal intercourse ~were possible 323 Suppl, 54| down and spread abroad by a carnal ~birth but by a spiritual 324 Suppl, 54| yet more withdrawn from carnal things by devoting themselves 325 Suppl, 54| generation it is fitting for the carnal union to be repeated.~Aquin.: 326 Suppl, 54| that consanguinity forbid carnal intercourse, except as regards ~ 327 Suppl, 54| all times: but it makes carnal intercourse to ~be lawful 328 Suppl, 55| in two ways; first, from carnal procreation; secondly, ~ 329 Suppl, 55| connection with orderly carnal procreation, wherefore he 330 Suppl, 55| connected with ~another by carnal procreation is bound to 331 Suppl, 55| connected with another through ~carnal intercourse. But there is 332 Suppl, 55| connected with another through carnal procreation, as a son with 333 Suppl, 55| connected with another through carnal intercourse does not share 334 Suppl, 55| degree, whereas through carnal intercourse he enters ~into 335 Suppl, 55| persons that results from carnal ~intercourse and is altogether 336 Suppl, 55| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, carnal intercourse is the cause 337 Suppl, 55| persons which results from carnal intercourse and is ~altogether 338 Suppl, 55| blood-relationship. But there is carnal copulation ~even in unlawful 339 Suppl, 55| to marriage by reason of carnal ~copulation, and the latter, 340 Suppl, 55| is to be found in every carnal ~union where there is a 341 Suppl, 55| affinity, in so far as it was a carnal mingling, it ~follows that 342 Suppl, 55| this is much more akin to ~carnal intercourse than a betrothal. 343 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: In carnal intercourse man and woman 344 Suppl, 55| not only on ~account of carnal intercourse, but also by 345 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, carnal intercourse makes persons 346 Suppl, 55| makes persons akin even as carnal ~procreation, since the 347 Suppl, 55| tie is caused: ~one is by carnal procreation, and this always 348 Suppl, 55| 1~Reply OBJ 2: Although carnal intercourse is a cause of 349 Suppl, 55| cannot be except through carnal procreation from her, or 350 Suppl, 55| into white and ~black. Now carnal procreation has a direct 351 Suppl, 55| distinguished in reference to carnal procreation, the distinction 352 Suppl, 56| it passes to the father's carnal children?~Aquin.: SMT XP 353 Suppl, 56| answer that, Just as by carnal procreation man receives 354 Suppl, 56| tie that is contracted by carnal procreation is natural to ~ 355 Suppl, 56| the Church. Therefore as carnal ~relationship hinders marriage, 356 Suppl, 56| Baptism only, even as only ~by carnal birth is carnal kinship 357 Suppl, 56| only ~by carnal birth is carnal kinship contracted.~Aquin.: 358 Suppl, 56| not seem reasonable, for carnal relationship ~is not contracted 359 Suppl, 56| which ~it is possible for carnal generation to follow. Now 360 Suppl, 56| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Carnal birth is twofold. The first 361 Suppl, 56| relationship, so that if he have carnal intercourse with her, ~he 362 Suppl, 56| from his likeness to a ~carnal father. Now as the Philosopher 363 Suppl, 56| says (Ethic. viii, 2) a carnal ~father gives his child 364 Suppl, 56| him, unless he is like a (carnal) ~father as to generation 365 Suppl, 56| the sacred ~font. For in carnal generation carnal relationship 366 Suppl, 56| For in carnal generation carnal relationship is contracted 367 Suppl, 56| answer that, Just as in carnal generation a person is born 368 Suppl, 56| generically. Therefore carnal union which is between husband 369 Suppl, 56| wife if he has already had carnal ~knowledge of her, but not 370 Suppl, 56| a woman ~of whom he has carnal knowledge, though she be 371 Suppl, 56| always spiritual, the other carnal: this rule ~is infallible."~ 372 Suppl, 56| for her to be connected in carnal relationship both by affinity ~ 373 Suppl, 56| passes to the godfather's carnal children?~Aquin.: SMT XP 374 Suppl, 56| pass to the ~godfather's carnal children. For no degrees 375 Suppl, 56| pass to the godfather's carnal sons.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] 376 Suppl, 56| passes from father to ~his carnal son and not conversely. 377 Suppl, 56| between the godparent ~and carnal parent of the same person; 378 Suppl, 56| between godchild and the carnal children of the same parent. ~ 379 Suppl, 56| addition of a person by carnal generation entails a ~degree 380 Suppl, 56| relationship differs in kind from carnal. Wherefore a godson is not ~ 381 Suppl, 56| related to his godfather's carnal son in the same degree as 382 Suppl, 57| taken as a ~child without carnal procreation, it is of no 383 Suppl, 57| lawful for them to have carnal intercourse, ~there should 384 Suppl, 57| is more in agreement with carnal ~union or procreation than 385 Suppl, 58| impediment to marriage. ~For carnal copulation is not essential 386 Suppl, 58| marriage of nothing save carnal copulation. Therefore it 387 Suppl, 58| just as impotence prevents carnal copulation so does ~frigidity. 388 Suppl, 58| sufficient incentive to carnal ~copulation with one who 389 Suppl, 58| marriage man ~binds himself to carnal copulation; because it is 390 Suppl, 58| person, ~being incapable of carnal copulation, cannot marry.~ 391 Suppl, 58| impediment has completed carnal copulation with another 392 Suppl, 58| OBJ 1: Although the act of carnal copulation is not essential 393 Suppl, 58| if he cannot fulfill the ~carnal act with a virgin, while 394 Suppl, 58| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, carnal copulation cannot be hindered, 395 Suppl, 58| be rendered ~incapable of carnal copulation by some power 396 Suppl, 58| set up an ~impediment to carnal copulation, but that no 397 Suppl, 58| is more excellent than ~carnal marriage. But mad persons 398 Suppl, 58| marriage because it ~impedes carnal copulation, which is not 399 Suppl, 59| Further, true marriage excuses carnal intercourse from sin. But ~ 400 Suppl, 59| adultery is more grievous than carnal. But a man can ~put his 401 Suppl, 59| cohabitation, on account of carnal adultery. ~Much more, therefore, 402 Suppl, 59| whereas he can before ~carnal connection when there is 403 Suppl, 61| a less strict - namely a carnal - marriage to a stricter 404 Suppl, 61| than in another. But in carnal ~marriage and religious 405 Suppl, 61| but afterwards there is a carnal bond between ~them. Wherefore, 406 Suppl, 61| marriage is dissolved ~by carnal death, so by entering religion 407 Suppl, 62| are more ~grievous than carnal fornication. But separation 408 Suppl, 62| reconciled to her by having carnal ~intercourse with her after 409 Suppl, 62| on account of one act of carnal fornication, not, however, 410 Suppl, 62| sins mortally if he has ~carnal intercourse with her. Therefore 411 Suppl, 62| tie between them, so that carnal intercourse ~between them 412 Suppl, 62| that is incompatible with carnal intercourse. And it is the 413 Suppl, 64| but on account of its carnal nature. And so, according 414 Suppl, 64| would be endangered by the ~carnal act, whereas this is by 415 Suppl, 64| reason on account of the carnal pleasure, it ~renders man 416 Suppl, 64| Law which was given to a carnal ~people many things were 417 Suppl, 64| and wife are taken up with carnal preoccupations by ~reason 418 Suppl, 64| has a certain worldly and ~carnal rejoicing connected with 419 Suppl, 65| spread and safeguarded by a carnal propagation.~Aquin.: SMT 420 Suppl, 66| sacrament, or because of the carnal intercourse. Now it is not 421 Suppl, 66| makes a man to be wholly carnal, they should ~give no sign 422 Suppl, 88| immediately in His essence. The carnal eye, however, will be unable 423 Suppl, 89| flesh, became, by ~sinning, carnal even in mind." Now through 424 Suppl, 89| mind." Now through becoming carnal in mind, "he ~thinks only 425 Suppl, 89| Ghost is visible, not to carnal eyes, but only to the eyes 426 Suppl, 89| the mind that has become carnal cannot think but ~of things 427 Suppl, 92| 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, in carnal marriage a dowry is given 428 Suppl, 92| marriage is signified by the carnal marriage. But in a carnal ~ 429 Suppl, 92| carnal marriage. But in a carnal ~marriage the dowered bride 430 Suppl, 92| a dowry is appointed to carnal marriage for the ease of ~ 431 Suppl, 92| is more blissful than the carnal ~marriage. Therefore a dowry 432 Suppl, 92| signification ~a dowry refers to carnal marriage, it follows that 433 Suppl, 92| consists in the fact that in carnal marriage a dowry is properly 434 Suppl, 92| we should hold ~that in carnal marriage a dowry, properly 435 Suppl, 92| Reply OBJ 1: Although in carnal marriage the dowry is given 436 Suppl, 92| is within," etc. But in carnal marriage outward comeliness 437 Suppl, 92| spiritual marriage as in carnal marriage.~Aquin.: SMT XP 438 Suppl, 92| given in likeness ~to a carnal marriage. Now there is a 439 Suppl, 93| nature by ~withdrawing from carnal things, the greater is the 440 Suppl, 93| spirituality by withdrawing from carnal things.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[ 441 Suppl, 93| to the withdrawal from a carnal life.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] 442 Suppl, 93| that he passes ~from the carnal to the spiritual life. Consequently 443 Suppl, 93| so much so that in the carnal act, according to Jerome ( 444 Suppl, 93| nature, by withdrawing from carnal things. ~Consequently various 445 Suppl, 93| obtains when one makes use of carnal pleasures according to the 446 Suppl, 93| himself entirely from those carnal ~pleasures which stifle 447 Suppl, 93| perfect withdrawal from carnal pleasures as to ~all its 448 Suppl, 93| since widowhood uses no carnal pleasures in connection 449 Suppl, 93| continued by means of the carnal act, it was not altogether 450 Suppl, 93| praiseworthy ~to abstain from carnal intercourse: wherefore no 451 Suppl, 93| joy in their innocence and carnal integrity [*Cf. SS, Q[124], ~ 452 Suppl, 93| weapons of our warfare are not carnal but spiritual" ~[Vulg.: ' 453 Suppl, 93| altogether from the greatest carnal ~pleasures, and to this 454 Suppl, 93| assails a man less than carnal concupiscence or persecution ~ 455 Suppl, 93| withdraws himself more from carnal ~pleasures. Accordingly,


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