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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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intercourse

    Part, Question
1 1, 21 | selling, and other kinds of ~intercourse and exchange. This the Philosopher ( 2 1, 21 | that directs exchange and intercourse of business. ~This does 3 1, 51 | have sought and ~procured intercourse with them. Hence it is folly 4 1, 52 | have sought and ~procured intercourse with them. Hence it is folly 5 1, 97 | sin, ~they would have had intercourse while still in paradise: 6 1, 97 | OBJ 3: Further, in carnal intercourse, more than at any other 7 1, 97 | would have been no such intercourse of man ~and woman.~Aquin.: 8 1, 97 | integrity is corrupted by intercourse. Therefore ~there would 9 1, 97 | there would have been such intercourse, to which the distinction 10 1, 97 | xiv, 26): In that state ~"intercourse would have been without 11 1, 117 | offspring is begotten of illicit intercourse. ~Therefore the rational 12 2, 31 | regards the species, as sexual intercourse, are said to ~afford man 13 2, 31 | cannibalism or ~in the unnatural intercourse of man and beast, or other 14 2, 34 | at the ~time of conjugal intercourse, the presence of the Holy 15 2, 34 | reason: thus in conjugal intercourse, though the pleasure be 16 2, 34 | the pleasure of conjugal ~intercourse has no moral malice, since 17 2, 35 | the ~table or of sexual intercourse are sought, which latter 18 2, 53 | viii, 5) that "want of intercourse has ~dissolved many a friendship." 19 2, 60 | the ~table or of sexual intercourse, it will belong to the virtue 20 2, 73 | thus fornication ~is the intercourse of a man with one who is 21 2, 84 | the species, e.g. ~sexual intercourse, which good is sought inordinately 22 2, 91 | which is necessary for human intercourse. ~In order, therefore, that 23 2, 94 | tit. i], such as sexual intercourse, ~education of offspring 24 2, 94 | thus contrary ~to sexual intercourse, which is natural to all 25 2, 94 | like ~manner adultery is intercourse with another's wife; who 26 2, 94 | emanating from God. Consequently intercourse with any ~woman, by the 27 2, 102 | pollution, or to sexual intercourse. Because every humor ~issuing 28 2, 102 | The uncleanness of sexual intercourse and of the woman ~in child-birth 29 2, 23 | viii, 5) "that want of ~intercourse," i.e. the neglect to call 30 2, 29 | engaged together; (thus the ~intercourse of kinsmen is in natural 31 2, 37 | Excommunication does not forbid the intercourse whereby a ~person by salutary 32 2, 56 | things that belong to our intercourse ~with other men, as shall 33 2, 56 | together in society and mutual intercourse." Now ~this implies relationship 34 2, 75 | is ~destructive of human intercourse, while it treats other matters 35 2, 86 | as the practice of carnal intercourse is ~contrary to continency, 36 2, 86 | On the other hand sexual intercourse is directly ordered to ~ 37 2, 86 | wherefore to abstain ~from such intercourse by continency does not endanger 38 2, 97 | murder, ~theft, and unlawful intercourse, are different species of 39 2, 102 | and the right manner of intercourse with ~woman is that which 40 2, 141 | conversation or any other intercourse between a man and his friends, 41 2, 150 | refrains from all sexual intercourse is the portion of ~angels." 42 2, 150 | which is that of sexual intercourse. Hence, Ambrose says ~(De 43 2, 150 | wellbeing, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare of the ~human 44 2, 151 | refers to the act of sexual intercourse between the ~patriarchs 45 2, 151 | well being, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare of the whole ~ 46 2, 151 | good. In this way sexual intercourse casts down the mind not 47 2, 151 | such a dislike for sexual ~intercourse as not to pay the marriage 48 2, 152 | woman with whom a man has intercourse is married or a ~virgin, 49 2, 152 | the point of a man having intercourse with ~one who is another' 50 2, 152 | a man may happen to have intercourse with a ~woman who is bound 51 2, 152 | it happen that a ~man has intercourse with a woman who is bound 52 2, 152 | the body, such is sexual intercourse to the welfare ~of the human 53 2, 152 | is all inordinate sexual intercourse; and this ~would seem to 54 2, 152 | Therefore fornication and all ~intercourse with other than one's wife 55 2, 152 | lxii), "By their very ~intercourse, their blandishments, their 56 2, 152 | special obstacle to the intercourse of fornication, in that 57 2, 152 | fornication, ~since the latter is intercourse with harlots, women, namely, 58 2, 152 | words quoted, signifies the intercourse between a married man and 59 2, 152 | properly speaking, is unlawful intercourse, and takes its name from ~ 60 2, 152 | regards the ~pleasure of intercourse. Therefore it seems that 61 2, 152 | Rape is unlawful sexual intercourse, as Isidore states ~(Etym. 62 2, 152 | name from a man ~having intercourse "with a woman who is not 63 2, 152 | that "adultery is ~sexual intercourse with another man or woman 64 2, 152 | 1: If a married man has intercourse with another woman, his ~ 65 2, 152 | the woman with whom he has intercourse; and thus sometimes ~it 66 2, 152 | as when a married man has intercourse with another's ~wife; and 67 2, 152 | woman with whom he has ~intercourse: and it has been stated 68 2, 152 | Lex illa]) that "incest is intercourse between a ~man and a woman 69 2, 152 | determinate species of vice. But intercourse between ~those who are related 70 2, 152 | whom a man has unlawful intercourse. Now ~incest implies a special 71 2, 152 | because it ~is unlawful intercourse with a woman related by 72 2, 152 | species of lust. Now sexual intercourse with women related ~by consanguinity 73 2, 152 | should be united in ~venereal intercourse. This reason seems to be 74 2, 152 | opportunities of venereal intercourse would be very frequent and ~ 75 2, 152 | has its origin in venereal intercourse, his love ~would be too 76 2, 152 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Unlawful intercourse between persons related 77 2, 152 | Wherefore the unlawful intercourse between such ~persons is 78 2, 152 | natural reason in sexual intercourse between persons related 79 2, 152 | stated above (A[2]), sexual intercourse, ~being directed to the 80 2, 152 | species of lust. For unlawful intercourse ~between persons mutually 81 2, 152 | after the manner of incest. Intercourse with a virgin consecrated 82 2, 152 | who is desired for ~sexual intercourse, and thus it is a kind of 83 2, 152 | greater injustice to have intercourse with a woman who is subject 84 2, 152 | another. For even that very intercourse which should ~be between 85 2, 166 | Ethic. ~iv, 8) that "in the intercourse of this life there is a 86 2, 166 | play is necessary for the intercourse of ~human life. Now whatever 87 2, 166 | whatever is useful to human intercourse may have a lawful ~employment 88 2, 186 | to have renounced human intercourse more than is right: but ~ 89 3, 27 | fleshly concupiscence and the intercourse of man and ~woman: for Augustine 90 3, 27 | All flesh born of ~carnal intercourse is sinful."~Aquin.: SMT 91 3, 28 | flesh to be born from sexual intercourse ~without incurring the infection 92 3, 28 | and ~Joseph, "the nuptial intercourse alone was lacking: because 93 3, 28 | Virgin subsequently had intercourse ~with Joseph; and consequently 94 3, 28 | is consummated by carnal intercourse. Therefore it seems that ~ 95 3, 28 | refers here to knowledge by intercourse (cf. Jerome, Contra Helvid.); ~ 96 3, 28 | should be desecrated by intercourse ~with man.~Aquin.: SMT TP 97 3, 28 | her own accord, by carnal intercourse to ~forfeit that virginity 98 3, 28 | ever was to know by carnal intercourse." For, ~as Ambrose says 99 3, 28 | understood of knowledge by ~intercourse; but he observes that "before" 100 3, 29 | espousals are ordered to carnal intercourse. But our ~Lord's Mother 101 3, 29 | never wished to have carnal intercourse with her husband; ~because 102 3, 29 | never come to have ~carnal intercourse: yet she left this to God' 103 3, 29 | called marriage, even without intercourse of the ~sexes."~Aquin.: 104 3, 29 | is attained by ~conjugal intercourse; the second by the other 105 3, 29 | ever was to know by carnal ~intercourse."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 106 3, 29 | this be referred to carnal intercourse, by which children are ~ 107 3, 29 | there was no divorce. Carnal intercourse alone ~there was none."~ 108 3, 29 | Jerome means the nuptial intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 109 3, 31 | His Mother, not by sexual intercourse but retaining her ~virginity." 110 3, 31 | inasmuch as by ~sexual intercourse this blood is drawn to a 111 3, 55 | Resurrection; but continual intercourse might have ~led them into 112 3, 72 | he begins at once to have intercourse with ~others; whereas until 113 3, 80 | Lord's body, after such intercourse: because they ought not 114 3, 80 | 1~Reply OBJ 2: Conjugal intercourse, if it be without sin, ( 115 Suppl, 39| of another. Now unlawful intercourse does not always debar a 116 Suppl, 39| debarred by the unlawful ~intercourse of his father.~Aquin.: SMT 117 Suppl, 41| judged alike. But marriage ~intercourse is of the same species as 118 Suppl, 41| especially the case ~in carnal intercourse wherein the mind is withheld 119 Suppl, 41| one ~circumstance, namely intercourse with one's wife and with 120 Suppl, 42| grace?~(4) Whether carnal intercourse belongs to the integrity 121 Suppl, 42| Para. 1/1~Whether carnal intercourse is an integral part of this 122 Suppl, 42| It would seem that carnal intercourse is an integral part of ~ 123 Suppl, 42| brought about ~save by carnal intercourse. Therefore it is an integral 124 Suppl, 42| Q[9], A[1]~). Now carnal intercourse belongs to the signification 125 Suppl, 42| preserved without carnal intercourse. ~Therefore it is an integral 126 Suppl, 42| those who have no carnal intercourse. Therefore the same conclusion ~ 127 Suppl, 42| yet there was no ~carnal intercourse. Therefore carnal intercourse 128 Suppl, 42| intercourse. Therefore carnal intercourse is not an integral part ~ 129 Suppl, 42| is holier without carnal intercourse, according to the text ~( 130 Suppl, 42| D, 26). Therefore carnal intercourse is not necessary for the ~ 131 Suppl, 42| operation. Since then carnal ~intercourse is an operation or use of 132 Suppl, 42| gives the faculty ~for that intercourse, it follows, that carnal 133 Suppl, 42| it follows, that carnal intercourse belongs to the ~latter, 134 Suppl, 42| for the ~sacrament. Carnal intercourse belongs not to this signification, 135 Suppl, 42| attained ~without carnal intercourse, it follows that it belongs 136 Suppl, 42| Reply OBJ 4: Before carnal intercourse marriage is a remedy by 137 Suppl, 45| confirmed by oath or by carnal intercourse; the third is compulsory ~ 138 Suppl, 46| WHICH AN OATH OR CARNAL INTERCOURSE IS APPENDED (TWO ARTICLES) ~ 139 Suppl, 46| which an oath or carnal intercourse ~is appended. Under this 140 Suppl, 46| marriage?~(2) Whether carnal intercourse supervening to such a consent 141 Suppl, 46| Para. 1/1~Whether carnal intercourse after consent expressed 142 Suppl, 46| It would seem that carnal intercourse after consent expressed 143 Suppl, 46| word. But he who has carnal intercourse consents by deed to ~the 144 Suppl, 46| of consent than ~carnal intercourse. Therefore marriage is completed 145 Suppl, 46| her betrothed to carnal ~intercourse. Therefore it makes a marriage.~ 146 Suppl, 46| even if, after his carnal intercourse, ~he happen to contract 147 Suppl, 46| to her. Therefore carnal intercourse after consent referring ~ 148 Suppl, 46| not make it. But carnal ~intercourse follows the actual marriage, 149 Suppl, 46| thus in very truth carnal intercourse ~cannot complete a marriage 150 Suppl, 46| of consent than carnal ~intercourse, it follows that in the 151 Suppl, 46| judgment of the Church carnal ~intercourse following on betrothal is 152 Suppl, 46| reality he who has carnal intercourse consents by deed ~to the 153 Suppl, 48| is a consent to carnal ~intercourse?~(2) Whether consent to 154 Suppl, 48| is a consent to carnal ~intercourse?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 155 Suppl, 48| is a ~consent to carnal intercourse. For Jerome [*The words 156 Suppl, 48| except by reason of carnal ~intercourse. Therefore the will's consent 157 Suppl, 48| is a consent to ~carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 158 Suppl, 48| and sister except carnal intercourse. But there ~cannot lawfully 159 Suppl, 48| consent is a consent to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 160 Suppl, 48| were a consent to ~carnal intercourse. Therefore, etc.~Aquin.: 161 Suppl, 48| is consummated by carnal intercourse. ~Therefore, since it begins 162 Suppl, 48| the consent ~is to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 163 Suppl, 48| that consents to carnal intercourse is a virgin ~in mind and 164 Suppl, 48| did not consent ~to carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 165 Suppl, 48| marriage. Since then carnal intercourse is not essential to marriage, ~ 166 Suppl, 48| marriage a consent to ~carnal intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[48] A[ 167 Suppl, 48| Wherefore, according as carnal intercourse stands in relation to ~marriage, 168 Suppl, 48| marriage a consent to carnal ~intercourse. Now, as stated above (Q[ 169 Suppl, 48| wife ordained to carnal intercourse, and a ~further consequent 170 Suppl, 48| other in reference to carnal intercourse, which ~joining together 171 Suppl, 48| is to consent to ~carnal intercourse implicitly and not explicitly. 172 Suppl, 48| not explicitly. For carnal intercourse ~is not to be understood, 173 Suppl, 48| the power to have carnal intercourse, which power is the ~object 174 Suppl, 48| is the cause of carnal intercourse, just as the ~power to use 175 Suppl, 48| other in relation to carnal intercourse, even as neither can ~there 176 Suppl, 48| there be lawfully carnal intercourse itself. Consequently the 177 Suppl, 48| also to the power of carnal intercourse, and therefore it is contrary ~ 178 Suppl, 48| given ~explicitly to carnal intercourse; and this is true.~Aquin.: 179 Suppl, 49| OTC Para. 2/2~Further, the intercourse of fornication and that 180 Suppl, 49| species of nature. But the intercourse of ~fornication is wrong 181 Suppl, 49| order that the marriage ~intercourse be not wrong, something 182 Suppl, 49| that neither party ~have intercourse with another, so is it required 183 Suppl, 49| faith," whereby a man has intercourse with his ~wife and with 184 Suppl, 49| neither party is to ~have intercourse with a third party, so does 185 Suppl, 49| suffice to excuse marriage intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[49] A[ 186 Suppl, 49| inseparable ~from carnal intercourse were an evil of sin. But 187 Suppl, 49| OBJ 2: Further, he who has intercourse with his wife in order to 188 Suppl, 49| xli, de Sanct.), ~carnal intercourse of this kind is one of the 189 Suppl, 49| Consent to the pleasure of the intercourse that is a mortal ~sin is 190 Suppl, 51| that she has had carnal intercourse with him; in which case, 191 Suppl, 51| if there has been carnal intercourse between her and ~the man 192 Suppl, 52| occupy himself in carnal intercourse. ~Therefore if a slave can 193 Suppl, 53| marriage a man may have carnal intercourse without ~sin. Yet he who 194 Suppl, 53| chastity can never have carnal ~intercourse with his wife without sin. 195 Suppl, 53| except by reason of carnal intercourse: and therefore he sins ~ 196 Suppl, 53| mortally the first time he has intercourse with his wife, and for the ~ 197 Suppl, 53| especially ~as regards carnal intercourse. But he who has taken a 198 Suppl, 53| obligation through the carnal ~intercourse that has already occurred. 199 Suppl, 54| because if a lawful carnal intercourse ~were possible between them, 200 Suppl, 54| consanguinity forbid carnal intercourse, except as regards ~certain 201 Suppl, 54| times: but it makes carnal intercourse to ~be lawful or unlawful 202 Suppl, 55| caused through unlawful intercourse?~(4) Whether it arises from 203 Suppl, 55| another through ~carnal intercourse. But there is a difference 204 Suppl, 55| with another through carnal intercourse does not share in the ~same 205 Suppl, 55| whereas through carnal intercourse he enters ~into a new kind 206 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~Whether unlawful intercourse causes affinity?~Aquin.: 207 Suppl, 55| would seem that unlawful intercourse does not cause affinity. ~ 208 Suppl, 55| caused by a ~dishonorable intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 209 Suppl, 55| that results from carnal ~intercourse and is altogether void of 210 Suppl, 55| blood-relationship. Now if unlawful ~intercourse were a cause of affinity, 211 Suppl, 55| is not caused by unlawful intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 212 Suppl, 55| OBJ 3: Further, unlawful intercourse is according to nature or 213 Suppl, 55| caused by unnatural unlawful intercourse as ~decided by law (can. 214 Suppl, 55| caused only by unlawful intercourse according to nature.~Aquin.: 215 Suppl, 55| affinity. Therefore ~unlawful intercourse does so for the same reason.~ 216 Suppl, 55| Para. 2/2~Further, carnal intercourse is the cause of affinity, 217 Suppl, 55| which results from carnal intercourse and is ~altogether void 218 Suppl, 55| copulation ~even in unlawful intercourse. Therefore unlawful intercourse 219 Suppl, 55| intercourse. Therefore unlawful intercourse causes ~affinity.~Aquin.: 220 Suppl, 55| follows that also an unlawful intercourse causes affinity in so far 221 Suppl, 55| Reply OBJ 1: In an unlawful intercourse there is something natural 222 Suppl, 55| also on account of lawful intercourse: for instance if a ~blood-relation 223 Suppl, 55| follow that a man by having intercourse with his blood-relation ~ 224 Suppl, 55| possible: wherefore a like intercourse does not cause ~affinity.~ 225 Suppl, 55| much more akin to ~carnal intercourse than a betrothal. Therefore 226 Suppl, 55| 1~Reply OBJ 2: In carnal intercourse man and woman become one 227 Suppl, 55| only on ~account of carnal intercourse, but also by reason of the 228 Suppl, 55| 1~OBJ 2: Further, carnal intercourse makes persons akin even 229 Suppl, 55| Reply OBJ 2: Although carnal intercourse is a cause of people being ~ 230 Suppl, 56| so that if he have carnal intercourse with her, ~he sins as grievously 231 Suppl, 57| for them to have carnal intercourse, ~there should be more room 232 Suppl, 58| is incapable of marital intercourse is unfit ~to marry, so also 233 Suppl, 58| to ~fulfil their marital intercourse, the marriage remain unconsummated, 234 Suppl, 58| in relation to ~marital intercourse.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 235 Suppl, 58| an impediment to marital intercourse for ~three years it would 236 Suppl, 58| loses his right to marital intercourse, nor can he demand it ~without 237 Suppl, 58| through fear of unlawful ~intercourse. If, however, he marry without 238 Suppl, 58| is incapable of marriage intercourse is unfit to ~marry." But 239 Suppl, 58| of puberty have marital intercourse before the aforesaid age, 240 Suppl, 59| marriage excuses carnal intercourse from sin. But ~marriage 241 Suppl, 59| unbeliever does not sin in having intercourse with his ~wife, if he pays 242 Suppl, 59| cohabitation and marital intercourse, wherein unbelief and adultery 243 Suppl, 59| husband wish to ~cease from intercourse with his wife in order to 244 Suppl, 61| union which precedes marital intercourse ~was made by God. Therefore 245 Suppl, 61| answer that, Before marital intercourse there is only a spiritual 246 Suppl, 61| Wherefore, just as after marital intercourse marriage is dissolved ~by 247 Suppl, 61| better life. But ~by marital intercourse the aforesaid delivery is 248 Suppl, 62| is not bound to marital intercourse ~with the unfaithful one. 249 Suppl, 62| to her by having carnal ~intercourse with her after she has committed 250 Suppl, 62| mortally if he has ~carnal intercourse with her. Therefore he also 251 Suppl, 62| between them, so that carnal intercourse ~between them becomes unlawful. 252 Suppl, 62| fornication a ~husband has marital intercourse with his wife, he forfeits 253 Suppl, 62| incompatible with carnal intercourse. And it is the same ~if 254 Suppl, 63| On the contrary, Marital intercourse is excused from sin in a 255 Suppl, 63| first marriage. Now marital intercourse is excused ~[*Cf. Q[69], 256 Suppl, 64| precept. Yet he who has had intercourse with his wife cannot partake 257 Suppl, 64| infection from ~marital intercourse as from continual cohabitation. 258 Suppl, 64| come together in ~sexual intercourse have their sin made obvious 259 Suppl, 64| the offspring from such ~intercourse. With regard to the first 260 Suppl, 64| possession of a ~woman who had intercourse with her husband at night 261 Suppl, 64| sin mortally if they have intercourse with their wives at a time ~ 262 Suppl, 65| is a mortal sin to have intercourse with a concubine?~(5) Whether 263 Suppl, 65| simple fornication which ~is intercourse with a concubine is not 264 Suppl, 65| willing, the husband can have intercourse with another woman without ~ 265 Suppl, 65| Accordingly to ~make use of sexual intercourse on account of its inherent 266 Suppl, 65| nature, as also is it if the intercourse be not such as may ~fittingly 267 Suppl, 65| that union ~where sexual intercourse is sought after for its 268 Suppl, 65| have offspring of such an intercourse, ~this is not befitting 269 Suppl, 65| natural law for a man to have ~intercourse with a woman who is not 270 Suppl, 65| not think it wrong to have intercourse ~with a concubine, and in 271 Suppl, 65| is a mortal sin to have intercourse with a concubine?~Aquin.: 272 Suppl, 65| not a mortal sin to have intercourse ~with a concubine. For a 273 Suppl, 65| did not punish with death intercourse with a concubine, save in 274 Suppl, 65| soul. Wherefore ~since the intercourse of fornication destroys 275 Suppl, 65| is nature's aim in sexual intercourse, ~there can be no doubt 276 Suppl, 65| even sometimes marriage intercourse. ~Nevertheless some acts 277 Suppl, 65| Abraham and Jacob, ~had intercourse with their bondswomen. Therefore 278 Suppl, 65| her own husband and have intercourse with ~another man. Therefore 279 Suppl, 65| from the fact that Juda had intercourse with Thamar. But this argument 280 Suppl, 65| shown (Doc. Perp. iii, 49) intercourse ~with a woman outside wedlock 281 Suppl, 66| or because of the carnal intercourse. Now it is not on ~account 282 Suppl, 66| 2: Further, if a man has intercourse with a woman whom he has ~ 283 Suppl, 66| OBJ 4: Further, unlawful intercourse after marriage is more guilty 284 Suppl, 66| has been consummated, ~has intercourse with another man, her husband 285 Suppl, 67| though she may have had intercourse with another man. Therefore 286 Suppl, 68| are born of an unlawful intercourse are ~born according to the 287 Suppl, 68| affected, excuses unlawful ~intercourse from sin. Wherefore those 288 Suppl, 68| not born of an unlawful intercourse. Much ~more, therefore, 289 Suppl, 68| those born of an unlawful intercourse to incur ~loss by not inheriting 290 Suppl, 68| Reply OBJ 2: Illegitimate intercourse is contrary to the law, 291 Suppl, 68| 2: Further, illegitimate intercourse begets an illegitimate child. ~ 292 Suppl, 68| child. ~But illegitimate intercourse never becomes legitimate. 293 Suppl, 68| be born of a legitimate intercourse, because this intercourse 294 Suppl, 68| intercourse, because this intercourse is a thing ~of the past 295 Suppl, 68| Reply OBJ 2: Illegitimate intercourse has an inherent inseparable 296 Suppl, 93| deflowered desire sexual intercourse the ~more for the recollection 297 Suppl, 93| to abstain from carnal intercourse: wherefore no special reward 298 Suppl, 93| were capable of sexual ~intercourse, they must be called virgins


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