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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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health

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1 1, 13 | signifies only the cause of ~the health in the animal which primarily 2 1, 13 | relation and in proportion to health of a body, of which the ~ 3 1, 13 | medicine is the cause of health in the animal body. And 4 1, 13 | signifies the sign of ~animal health, and applied to medicine 5 1, 13 | signifies the cause of the same ~health.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 6 1, 13 | medicine, which is the cause of health. Therefore ~these names 7 1, 13 | healthy as being the cause ~of health in the animal; and also 8 1, 13 | the sign ~of the animal's health. Thus all names applied 9 1, 13 | For urine is the sign of ~health in the animal, and medicine 10 1, 13 | medicine is the cause of health.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[13] A[ 11 1, 16 | primarily, any more ~than that health should be primarily in medicine, 12 1, 16 | of medicine, and not its health, is the cause of ~health, 13 1, 16 | health, is the cause of ~health, for here the agent is not 14 1, 16 | and of medicine, not that health is only ~in the animal; 15 1, 16 | the animal; but from the health of the animal, medicine 16 1, 16 | far as it is the cause of health, and urine is called ~healthy, 17 1, 16 | in so far as it indicates health. And although health is 18 1, 16 | indicates health. And although health is neither ~in medicine 19 1, 16 | and the other indicates health. Now we have said (A[1]) 20 1, 16 | called healthy, not from any health within it but from the health 21 1, 16 | health within it but from the health of ~an animal which it indicates. 22 1, 19 | wills nothing else than ~health; and this alone moves his 23 1, 19 | not only for the ~sake of health, but also for its own sake. 24 1, 20 | to his own son in sound ~health.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[20] A[ 25 1, 39 | it is the form; ~as the health and beauty of a man belongs 26 1, 57 | doctor ~knows beforehand the health of the patient. This manner 27 1, 62 | healing art is ~productive of health; or else it is deserving 28 1, 70 | prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for the necessities 29 1, 76 | is primarily healed is ~health, and that whereby the soul 30 1, 76 | primarily is knowledge; hence ~health is a form of the body, and 31 1, 77 | least of all disposed ~of health, who can only acquire imperfect 32 1, 77 | can only acquire imperfect health by means of a few ~remedies; 33 1, 77 | who can acquire perfect health by means ~of many remedies; 34 1, 77 | all is he who has perfect health without any remedies. We 35 1, 39 | it is the form; ~as the health and beauty of a man belongs 36 1, 58 | doctor ~knows beforehand the health of the patient. This manner 37 1, 63 | healing art is ~productive of health; or else it is deserving 38 1, 71 | prevent weariness, ~preserve health, and provide for the necessities 39 1, 75 | is primarily healed is ~health, and that whereby the soul 40 1, 75 | primarily is knowledge; hence ~health is a form of the body, and 41 1, 76 | least of all disposed ~of health, who can only acquire imperfect 42 1, 76 | can only acquire imperfect health by means of a few ~remedies; 43 1, 76 | who can acquire perfect health by means ~of many remedies; 44 1, 76 | all is he who has perfect health without any remedies. We 45 1, 86 | example, we may say that health ~is desirable on account 46 1, 86 | true: ~for we may say that health is caused by medicine, but 47 1, 86 | medicine is more desirable than health, for health belongs to the ~ 48 1, 86 | desirable than health, for health belongs to the ~order of 49 1, 96 | to the body a fulness of health, with the vigor ~of incorruption." 50 1, 102 | man is ~brought back to health, which is something good 51 1, 102 | existing in us, such as health or knowledge; secondly, 52 1, 109 | sometimes even as regards health and sickness. Therefore 53 1, 116 | interior principle: thus health is caused in a sick man, 54 2, 2 | instance, wisdom, bodily health, and ~such like. Thirdly, 55 2, 2 | above the riches of ~the health of the body." But happiness 56 2, 2 | Therefore it consists in the health of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 57 2, 2 | s being and living, the health of the body is necessary. 58 2, 2 | supreme good, it seems that health of the ~body belongs more 59 2, 2 | to his being, such as the health of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 60 2, 5 | he is better disposed to health ~who can attain perfect 61 2, 5 | who can attain perfect health, albeit by means of medicine, 62 2, 5 | can attain but imperfect health, without the help of medicine. 63 2, 8 | man ~first wills to have health, and afterwards deliberating 64 2, 9 | always actually ~will to have health, he must, of necessity, 65 2, 11 | bitter potion for the sake of health, ~can nowise be called fruit. 66 2, 12 | will absolutely to have health, ~and so forth. Secondly, 67 2, 12 | speak of intending to have health, we mean not only ~that 68 2, 12 | medicine and the giving of health.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[12] A[ 69 2, 12 | heat and cold conduce to ~health; or because two things are 70 2, 12 | medicine for the sake of ~health," I signify no more than 71 2, 13 | the work of ~a physician health is the end: wherefore it 72 2, 13 | matter of principle. Now the health of the body is ~ordained 73 2, 13 | has charge of ~the soul's health, health or sickness may 74 2, 13 | charge of ~the soul's health, health or sickness may be a matter 75 2, 13 | as the physician produces health ~(wherefore the production 76 2, 13 | wherefore the production of health is said to be the end of 77 2, 18 | sickness is privation of health; not that it takes health ~ 78 2, 18 | health; not that it takes health ~away altogether, but that 79 2, 18 | road to the entire loss of ~health, occasioned by death. And 80 2, 19 | medicine as he ~wills to regain health. Nevertheless the very fact 81 2, 19 | the very fact of intending health ~intensely, redounds, as 82 2, 20 | merely ~because it procures health. Wherefore there are not 83 2, 20 | goodnesses, one ~the goodness of health, and the other the goodness 84 2, 20 | besides being conducive to health.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[20] A[ 85 2, 20 | the animal's body; ~nor is health as applied to urine and 86 2, 20 | medicine, distinct from health as ~applied to the body 87 2, 20 | body of an animal, of which health medicine is the cause, ~ 88 2, 22 | ailment is received and health is lost. And here we have 89 2, 27 | not: thus a sick man loves health, and a poor man loves riches. 90 2, 27 | those ~who bestow money and health on us; and also those who 91 2, 30 | for ~its own sake, e.g. health: and thus greater health 92 2, 30 | health: and thus greater health is more desired, and ~so 93 2, 32 | and ~in the season of health we recall past pains without 94 2, 32 | especially bodily good, as health, is conditioned ~by a certain 95 2, 33 | makes a man healthy, but as health does": ~but it does so indirectly; 96 2, 42 | man who fears ~to lose his health, keeps it, through fearing 97 2, 49 | regard to another: thus health is a habit." And ~in this 98 2, 49 | habits, just as ~sickness and health. Therefore habit or disposition 99 2, 49 | adventitious but natural, as health, beauty, and the like. ~ 100 2, 49 | nature of a thing, ~concern health. And in this way heat and 101 2, 49 | causes; e.g. sickness and health: whereas we ~call habits 102 2, 49 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, health is sometimes a habit, and 103 2, 49 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Health is said to be a habit, or 104 2, 49 | or habits, such things as health, ~beauty, and so forth, 105 2, 50 | Predicaments (De ~Categor. vi) that health of the body and incurable 106 2, 50 | its form. And in this way health and beauty and such like ~ 107 2, 50 | that Aristotle mentions ~health and sickness in the Book 108 2, 50 | would mean that just as health and sickness may be easy 109 2, 50 | speaks in the same way of health ~and sickness as examples, 110 2, 50 | expressly mentions beauty and health among habits.~Aquin.: SMT 111 2, 50 | therefore he does not say that ~health which is difficult to change 112 2, 50 | change as to sickness and ~health. But change does not occur 113 2, 50 | relation ~to nature, as health and beauty. But whereas 114 2, 51 | sickness or inclined to health, in accordance with their ~ 115 2, 51 | healed by himself, his ~health is entirely from nature; 116 2, 51 | healed by means of ~medicine, health is partly from nature, partly 117 2, 51 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, health and sickness are habits. 118 2, 51 | dose of medicine restores ~health at once.~Aquin.: SMT FS 119 2, 51 | show His power, He ~causes health, without its natural cause, 120 2, 51 | to a man who is naturally health, do not cause a kind of ~ 121 2, 51 | do not cause a kind of ~health, but give new strength to 122 2, 51 | give new strength to the health he had before.~ 123 2, 52 | instance great or little health or science. But in so far ~ 124 2, 52 | observe the same ~thing in health; for a body attains to the 125 2, 52 | attains to the nature of health, according as ~it has a 126 2, 52 | and withal the nature of health remains. Whence the ~Philosopher 127 2, 52 | Philosopher says (Ethic. x, 2,3): "Health itself may be more or less: 128 2, 52 | decrease and still remain ~health."~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[52] A[ 129 2, 52 | dispositions and measures of health are by way of ~excess and 130 2, 52 | wherefore if the name of health were given to the most ~ 131 2, 52 | then we should not speak of health as greater or less. ~Thus 132 2, 52 | speak of ~greater or less health; greater or less science, 133 2, 52 | far as equal science or health is participated more in 134 2, 52 | animal an alteration as to health and sickness. In like manner, 135 2, 53 | or through the advent of health. Now ~science, which is 136 2, 53 | habits - for ~instance, health and sickness. But those 137 2, 54 | habit or disposition of health: while, if we take like 138 2, 55 | says (Tuscul. iv) that as health and beauty ~belong to the 139 2, 55 | belongs to the soul. But health and beauty ~are not operative 140 2, 55 | disposition of the soul, is like ~health and beauty, which are suitable 141 2, 55 | forms, as whiteness and health; for ~everything that we 142 2, 59 | affection of the soul, as health is to ~the body, as stated 143 2, 59 | wherefore "virtue is a kind of ~health of the soul," as Cicero 144 2, 59 | says in the same book. Now ~health is incompatible with disease. 145 2, 61 | life on account of failing health, or for some other ~yet 146 2, 63 | food should not harm the ~health of the body, nor hinder 147 2, 63 | are directed: for a man's health and a horse's are not of 148 2, 67 | other imperfect, e.g. about health and ~sickness, good and 149 2, 70 | that a sick man delights in health, for its own sake, as in 150 2, 71 | that "virtue is the ~soul's health." Now sickness or disease, 151 2, 71 | than vice, is opposed to ~health. Therefore vice is not contrary 152 2, 71 | extends to more things ~than health; for health itself is reckoned 153 2, 71 | things ~than health; for health itself is reckoned a kind 154 2, 73 | for just as the good of health consists in a certain ~commensuration 155 2, 73 | even as the more perfect health is, the more ~does it ward 156 2, 82 | the case of ~sickness or health. In this sense original 157 2, 82 | equilibrium which is essential to health. Hence it is that original 158 2, 82 | destruction of the equilibrium of health, and partly ~something positive, 159 2, 87 | for the ~sake of bodily health, or loss of both of these, 160 2, 87 | the sake of his ~soul's health and the glory of God. In 161 2, 87 | he may restore them to ~health. And since such like are 162 2, 87 | punishments intended for the ~health of the soul. Wherefore there 163 2, 98 | perfectly good, if it gives health to a man; but it is ~imperfect, 164 2, 98 | able to bring him back ~to health. Again it must be observed 165 2, 100 | that ~which is possessed of health, and secondarily of that 166 2, 100 | sign or ~a safeguard of health; so justification means 167 2, 101 | sometimes to restore men to health, and then the ~remedy needs 168 2, 103 | cut away his foreskin for ~health's sake, not with the intention 169 2, 106 | that are necessary for ~the health of his body, by subjecting 170 2, 106 | very necessary for the health of the soul, should have 171 2, 106 | Things pertaining to the health of the body are of service ~ 172 2, 106 | things ~pertaining to the health of the soul are ordained 173 2, 109 | the movements of one in health, unless by ~the help of 174 2, 109 | man who can ~recover his health by the help of medicines 175 2, 109 | medicines is better disposed to health ~than one who can nowise 176 2, 109 | to virtue as illness to health, as stated ~above (Q[71], 177 2, 109 | can rise ~from illness to health, without the external help 178 2, 109 | sufficient principle of the ~health that is in man by justifying 179 2, 111 | whether with respect to bodily health - and thus there is the " 180 2, 111 | received the gift of bodily health through the virtue of faith. 181 2, 113 | or art, receives perfect ~health; and thus the justification 182 2, 1 | object of the medical art is health, for it ~considers nothing 183 2, 1 | nothing save in relation to health.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[1] A[1] 184 2, 10 | according as it ~endangers the health of a more important member 185 2, 11 | is spiritual, ~namely the health of the soul, which good 186 2, 12 | unbelief, even as a sign of health is said itself to be healthy. 187 2, 13 | speak, restores ~spiritual health to such men.~Aquin.: SMT 188 2, 23 | sometimes, though they love ~health much, are irregular in keeping 189 2, 24 | body, viz., "the flush ~of health and incorruption," as Augustine 190 2, 26 | medicine, for instance, for health; in respect ~of the formal 191 2, 26 | does not put ~limits to health, but makes it as perfect 192 2, 26 | he can, but ~according as health demands so that if he give 193 2, 28 | wherefore those who are in bad health give way to sorrow more ~ 194 2, 31 | restores the sick man to health, if possible, without cutting 195 2, 41 | man must needs injure his health, ~which is to be understood 196 2, 47 | just as the same art gives health and cures ill-health. Now 197 2, 62 | reason we observe that if the health of the ~whole body demands 198 2, 62 | entrusted with the care of the health of the whole body. Now the ~ 199 2, 63 | the sake of the bodily ~health of the whole, unless otherwise 200 2, 81 | should be ~commensurate with health. And so it is becoming that 201 2, 87 | contrary, Joseph swore "by the health of Pharaoh" (Gn. 42:16). ~ 202 2, 87 | to Joseph's oath by the health of Pharaoh this may be understood 203 2, 87 | though he pledged Pharao's health ~to God; or by way of contestation, 204 2, 93 | and physicians, concerning health and ~death. Again, other 205 2, 93 | with the harm to spiritual ~health that results from the research 206 2, 94 | the ~purpose of acquiring health or the like, are unlawful?~ 207 2, 94 | the purpose of acquiring health, or the like, are lawful. ~ 208 2, 98 | physician his advice for health, and a master the ~exercise 209 2, 116 | medicine is commensurate with health, as ~the Philosopher observes ( 210 2, 116 | thus a man is said to have health, a ~wife, clothes, and so 211 2, 120 | things as preserve the ~health of the body. For this reason 212 2, 134 | pain in order to regain health of the body. Now the health 213 2, 134 | health of the body. Now the health of the ~soul is not less 214 2, 134 | less desirable than bodily health. Therefore in like manner ~ 215 2, 134 | endure many evils for the health of ~the soul, and this is 216 2, 134 | the ~sake of his body's health, proceeds from the love 217 2, 139 | instance, for the sake of ~health. But this is apparently 218 2, 139 | things for the sake of ~health, or for the sake of a sound 219 2, 139 | some are a hindrance to health and a sound condition of 220 2, 139 | that are not necessary for health or a sound ~condition of 221 2, 139 | they be not prejudicial to ~health and a sound bodily condition, 222 2, 140 | for the sake of the body's health, ~certain persons refrain 223 2, 140 | penitents, in order to recover health ~of soul, have recourse 224 2, 144 | for the requirements ~of health.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[146] A[ 225 2, 144 | medicine as regards the health of the ~body: but in the 226 2, 144 | the requirements of his ~health: but it matters how readily 227 2, 145 | detriment to the bodily ~health and such external conditions 228 2, 147 | 38): "Sober drinking is health to soul and body; ~wine 229 2, 148 | the demands of the body's health. Wherefore, ~just as it 230 2, 150 | sometimes ~do for the sake of health that which makes one shudder 231 2, 170 | physician foreknows future health or death ~in certain causes, 232 2, 172 | are further removed from health. on the other ~hand, in 233 2, 176 | miraculous restoring to health is done by the power ~of 234 2, 176 | a benefit, namely bodily health, is conferred on man in ~ 235 2, 187 | when he was restored to health he refused to become a monk." ~ 236 3, 1 | 12,13): "They that are in health need not a ~physician, but 237 3, 13 | of human nature that the health of the body and its nourishment 238 3, 14 | vision, but the fulness of ~health" (i.e. the vigor of incorruptibility). 239 3, 15 | only as it ~is ordained to health. And thus Christ's death 240 3, 15 | understand, the fulness of health, i.e. the vigor of incorruption." 241 3, 18 | anything desired of itself, as health, which act is called by ~ 242 3, 18 | may choose for the sake of health. Now ~it was the will of 243 3, 40 | which are needful for bodily health. Wherefore He says (Lk. ~ 244 3, 40 | done by Christ related to health of body and soul.~Aquin.: 245 3, 44 | miracles were worked was the health of the rational part, which ~ 246 3, 44 | instant He conferred perfect health on the sick. Hence on ~Mt. 247 3, 44 | to them," Jerome says: "Health ~restored by our Lord returns 248 3, 44 | the ailment being removed, health may ~return." Wherefore, 249 3, 54 | beatitude the fulness of health overflows into the body, 250 3, 54 | corruption, lest he corrupt the ~health and purity of his own faith; 251 3, 60 | denominated from it: thus, from health which is in an ~animal, 252 3, 60 | through being the ~subject of health: but medicine also is said 253 3, 60 | healthy through ~producing health; diet through preserving 254 3, 60 | through being a ~sign of health. Consequently, a thing may 255 3, 60 | is an efficient cause of health, ~consequently whatever 256 3, 60 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the health of the soul is more necessary 257 3, 60 | which are ordained to the health of ~the body, one thing 258 3, 60 | remedies ordained to the health of the soul, can one thing 259 3, 60 | powers conducive ~to the health of the body: and therefore 260 3, 61 | 9:12: ~"They that are in health need not a physician." Now 261 3, 64 | bodily cleanliness, to the health of the body, to amusement, 262 3, 65 | healing, that restores ~health: and corresponding to this 263 3, 68 | 9:12): "They that are in health need ~not a physician, but 264 3, 69 | may preserve or recover health. For they are not deprived 265 3, 69 | spiritual, but also ~bodily health; thus Constantine was cleansed 266 3, 69 | infirm do not receive bodily health in Baptism. Therefore it 267 3, 69 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: Bodily health is not the essential effect 268 3, 73 | sacrament man cannot have the health of spiritual life.~Aquin.: 269 3, 73 | is requisite for bodily health. Therefore, also is this 270 3, 73 | sacrament, ~for spiritual health.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[73] A[ 271 3, 74 | species of bread "for the health of the body, and ~the blood" 272 3, 74 | species of wine "for the health of the soul," ~according 273 3, 75 | subject successively, such as health; and therefore because a 274 3, 80 | 9:12: "They that are in health need not a physician." Now 275 3, 80 | the ~virtue of which gives health to men; and consequently 276 3, 80 | and is received ~for the health of soul. But the Passion 277 3, 80 | blood is ~offered for the health of the soul. Consequently, 278 3, 84 | confers perfect spiritual health derived from the virtue 279 3, 86 | restored at once to perfect health, so that ~"rising she ministered 280 3, 86 | at once perfect spiritual health, not only the ~guilt being 281 Suppl, 6 | would be detrimental to his health. ~Therefore it seems that 282 Suppl, 6 | be detrimental to a man's health if ~he omits to confess 283 Suppl, 6 | not necessary for bodily health that the physician ~be sent 284 Suppl, 8 | suitable remedies for their health; and to know ~the sheep 285 Suppl, 8 | provide remedies conducive to health, such as the ~sacrament 286 Suppl, 29| on the body, viz. ~bodily health, is not caused by a natural 287 Suppl, 29| the recipient. Now bodily health is ~not an effect of this 288 Suppl, 30| sins?~(2) Whether bodily health is an effect of this sacrament?~( 289 Suppl, 30| Para. 1/1~Whether bodily health is an effect of this sacrament?~ 290 Suppl, 30| It would seem that bodily health is not an effect of this ~ 291 Suppl, 30| is ordained to spiritual health, just as a bodily remedy 292 Suppl, 30| bodily remedy is ~ordained to health of the body. Therefore bodily 293 Suppl, 30| the body. Therefore bodily health is not an effect ~of this 294 Suppl, 30| does not receive bodily health, no matter how devoutly 295 Suppl, 30| receives it. Therefore bodily health is not its effect.~Aquin.: 296 Suppl, 30| objection proves that bodily health is not the ~principal effect 297 Suppl, 31| procured the effects of bodily health, through ~the "grace of 298 Suppl, 32| on those who are in good ~health?~(2) Whether it should be 299 Suppl, 32| on those who are in good ~health?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 300 Suppl, 32| on ~those who are in good health. For the healing of the 301 Suppl, 32| near departure are in good health, for instance those who 302 Suppl, 32| namely, who are in good health.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[32] A[ 303 Suppl, 32| OBJ 1: Although spiritual health is the principal effect 304 Suppl, 32| the body, although bodily health may not actually ensue. ~ 305 Suppl, 32| Consequently spiritual health can be conferred by this 306 Suppl, 32| bodily medicine is bodily health, ~which all sick people 307 Suppl, 33| be recovered. And since health of body and soul, ~which 308 Suppl, 49| to keep or acquire bodily health. Therefore it seems that 309 Suppl, 49| to keep oneself ~in good health, this intention becomes 310 Suppl, 49| becomes evil, if one intend health by ~means of something that 311 Suppl, 49| if one sought only bodily health by the sacrament of baptism, ~ 312 Suppl, 64| periods when they are in good health; ~and it is unnatural when 313 Suppl, 64| detriment of his bodily health, so ~neither can she do 314 Suppl, 65| eating ~hinders both the health of the body, which is the 315 Suppl, 88| atmosphere ~rendered conducive to health. Therefore the movement 316 Appen1, 2| for the sake of regaining health. Hence a ~punishment may


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