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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 2 | since they ~are found to be generated, and to corrupt, and consequently, 2 1, 4 | likeness of whatever is generated by the sun's power. Now 3 1, 4 | same species; as things generated by the sun's heat may be 4 1, 15 | Para. 2/2~In all things not generated by chance, the form must 5 1, 16 | Hence just as ~being is not generated nor corrupted of itself, 6 1, 16 | or that is corrupted or generated, as is said in Phys. ~i, 7 1, 22 | individuals of ~all that can be generated and corrupted, he attributed 8 1, 25 | production of an ~animal generated from putrefaction. Now it 9 1, 27 | Further, anything that is generated derives existence from its ~ 10 1, 27 | 4]), it follows that no generated ~existence can be the divine 11 1, 27 | suffice; for a worm which is generated ~from animals has not the 12 1, 27 | substance. So, then, what is generated in God receives ~its existence 13 1, 27 | living things is ~said to be generated and born. But what proceeds 14 1, 27 | way of love, proceeds as generated and born.~Aquin.: SMT FP 15 1, 27 | understood, as the thing generated is the likeness of the generator; 16 1, 30 | generating and the person generated proceeded from ~the person 17 1, 33 | is the form of the thing generated; and the ~nearer it is to 18 1, 36 | follows that the Son is ~first generated and afterwards the Holy 19 1, 39 | within us. But the Son is generated. Therefore ~since the divine 20 1, 39 | that the divine essence ~is generated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 21 1, 39 | 2: In creatures the one generated has not the same nature ~ 22 1, 39 | corruption, and so it is generated and corrupted accidentally; 23 1, 40 | signifies the way to a thing ~generated, and as proceeding from 24 1, 40 | not possible ~that what is generated and the generator should 25 1, 40 | generator and in the thing generated we must ~presuppose whatever 26 1, 41 | that whence a thing is generated exists in what is generated, 27 1, 41 | generated exists in what is generated, it follows ~that something 28 1, 41 | again that whence a thing is generated, if it be something ~permanent, 29 1, 41 | receives as predicate the thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, " 30 1, 41 | that whence anything is generated is the principle ~regarding 31 1, 41 | principle ~regarding what is generated. So if the Father generate 32 1, 41 | for ~in generation what is generated receives the nature of the 33 1, 41 | that the Son should be generated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 34 1, 41 | generates is common to generated and generator, and so much 35 1, 41 | a power by which it is generated by some person.~Aquin.: 36 1, 42 | to be. Hence ~everything generated begins to be; for the end 37 1, 42 | existence. But the Son is generated by the Father. Therefore 38 1, 42 | Son would be successively ~generated, and this generation would 39 1, 44 | and the form of the thing ~generated, and the agent cannot be 40 1, 44 | is the form of the thing generated. But God is the ~first agent 41 1, 44 | 2: The form of the thing generated is not the end of ~generation, 42 1, 44 | otherwise the ~form of the thing generated would be more noble than 43 1, 45 | emanation; as when a man ~is generated, he was not before, but 44 1, 45 | something in the thing generated. Therefore much more is 45 1, 45 | similitude of ~its form, as fire generated represents fire generating; 46 1, 45 | But some things are found ~generated in nature by a thing unlike 47 1, 45 | as is evident in animals ~generated through putrefaction. Therefore 48 1, 46 | natural mode whereby things generated and ~corruptible begin.~ 49 1, 46 | contrary from which to be ~generated. Hence it appears that no 50 1, 46 | particular man as generator to be generated by another ~man; for he 51 1, 46 | impossible for a man to be ~generated by man to infinity; but 52 1, 47 | one; ~whereas in things generated and corruptible there are 53 1, 48 | for fire would not be ~generated if air was not corrupted, 54 1, 49 | false. For things ~which are generated and corrupted, in which 55 1, 54 | Knowledge, however, is not generated in the angels, ~but is present 56 1, 65 | without being themselves generated or corrupted, but by reason ~ 57 1, 65 | composite, as this fire is generated by that fire. Corporeal 58 1, 67 | matter a body can be daily generated large enough to fill the 59 1, 67 | For the living thing is generated before ~the animal, and 60 1, 68 | whereby ~different bodies are generated or corrupted, through the 61 1, 68 | rain and similar things are generated, from the lower part, ~which 62 1, 69 | A[3]). But ~minerals are generated in hidden ways within the 63 1, 70 | in the case of ~animals generated from putrefaction, which 64 1, 71 | find that many of them are generated from seed. ~Therefore the 65 1, 71 | animals of all kinds can ~be generated by various minglings of 66 1, 71 | things ~that are naturally generated from seed cannot be generated 67 1, 71 | generated from seed cannot be generated naturally in ~any other 68 1, 71 | of all animals that are generated from seed, the active ~principle 69 1, 71 | in the case ~of animals generated from putrefaction, the formative 70 1, 72 | Further, certain animals are generated from putrefaction, which ~ 71 1, 72 | more perfect should be ~generated. Hence animals generated 72 1, 72 | generated. Hence animals generated from the corruption of inanimate ~ 73 1, 72 | of plants, may have been generated then. But those generated ~ 74 1, 72 | generated then. But those generated ~from corruption of animals 75 1, 73 | especially in the case of animals generated from putrefaction. Also, 76 1, 73 | individual creatures that are now generated existed in the first of 77 1, 74 | since many animals are generated in ~water, and the seed 78 1, 75 | for any substance ~to be generated or corrupted accidentally, 79 1, 75 | existence "per se" cannot ~be generated or corrupted except 'per 80 1, 76 | is not said to be made or generated simply, ~but to be made 81 1, 76 | coming a thing is said to be generated ~simply; and by its removal 82 1, 76 | maintained ~that nothing is generated simply, or corrupted simply; 83 1, 77 | generation, for the animal is generated before the ~man.~Aquin.: 84 1, 39 | within us. But the Son is generated. Therefore ~since the divine 85 1, 39 | that the divine essence ~is generated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[39] A[ 86 1, 39 | 2: In creatures the one generated has not the same nature ~ 87 1, 39 | corruption, and so it is generated and corrupted accidentally; 88 1, 40 | signifies the way to a thing ~generated, and as proceeding from 89 1, 40 | not possible ~that what is generated and the generator should 90 1, 40 | generator and in the thing generated we must ~presuppose whatever 91 1, 41 | that whence a thing is generated exists in what is generated, 92 1, 41 | generated exists in what is generated, it follows ~that something 93 1, 41 | again that whence a thing is generated, if it be something ~permanent, 94 1, 41 | receives as predicate the thing generated therefrom just as we ~say, " 95 1, 41 | that whence anything is generated is the principle ~regarding 96 1, 41 | principle ~regarding what is generated. So if the Father generate 97 1, 41 | for ~in generation what is generated receives the nature of the 98 1, 41 | that the Son should be generated.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[41] A[ 99 1, 41 | generates is common to generated and generator, and so much 100 1, 41 | a power by which it is generated by some person.~Aquin.: 101 1, 42 | to be. Hence ~everything generated begins to be; for the end 102 1, 42 | existence. But the Son is generated by the Father. Therefore 103 1, 42 | Son would be successively ~generated, and this generation would 104 1, 45 | and the form of the thing ~generated, and the agent cannot be 105 1, 45 | is the form of the thing generated. But God is the ~first agent 106 1, 45 | 2: The form of the thing generated is not the end of ~generation, 107 1, 45 | otherwise the ~form of the thing generated would be more noble than 108 1, 46 | emanation; as when a man ~is generated, he was not before, but 109 1, 46 | something in the thing generated. Therefore much more is 110 1, 46 | similitude of ~its form, as fire generated represents fire generating; 111 1, 46 | But some things are found ~generated in nature by a thing unlike 112 1, 46 | as is evident in animals ~generated through putrefaction. Therefore 113 1, 47 | natural mode whereby things generated and ~corruptible begin.~ 114 1, 47 | contrary from which to be ~generated. Hence it appears that no 115 1, 47 | particular man as generator to be generated by another ~man; for he 116 1, 47 | impossible for a man to be ~generated by man to infinity; but 117 1, 48 | one; ~whereas in things generated and corruptible there are 118 1, 49 | for fire would not be ~generated if air was not corrupted, 119 1, 50 | false. For things ~which are generated and corrupted, in which 120 1, 55 | Knowledge, however, is not generated in the angels, ~but is present 121 1, 66 | without being themselves generated or corrupted, but by reason ~ 122 1, 66 | composite, as this fire is generated by that fire. Corporeal 123 1, 68 | matter a body can be daily generated large enough to fill the 124 1, 68 | For the living thing is generated before ~the animal, and 125 1, 69 | whereby ~different bodies are generated or corrupted, through the 126 1, 69 | rain and similar things are generated, from the lower part, ~which 127 1, 70 | A[3]). But ~minerals are generated in hidden ways within the 128 1, 71 | in the case of ~animals generated from putrefaction, which 129 1, 71 | find that many of them are generated from seed. ~Therefore the 130 1, 71 | animals of all kinds can ~be generated by various minglings of 131 1, 71 | things ~that are naturally generated from seed cannot be generated 132 1, 71 | generated from seed cannot be generated naturally in ~any other 133 1, 71 | of all animals that are generated from seed, the active ~principle 134 1, 71 | in the case ~of animals generated from putrefaction, the formative 135 1, 71 | Further, certain animals are generated from putrefaction, which ~ 136 1, 71 | more perfect should be ~generated. Hence animals generated 137 1, 71 | generated. Hence animals generated from the corruption of inanimate ~ 138 1, 71 | of plants, may have been generated then. But those generated ~ 139 1, 71 | generated then. But those generated ~from corruption of animals 140 1, 72 | especially in the case of animals generated from putrefaction. Also, 141 1, 72 | individual creatures that are now generated existed in the first of 142 1, 73 | since many animals are generated in ~water, and the seed 143 1, 74 | for any substance ~to be generated or corrupted accidentally, 144 1, 74 | existence "per se" cannot ~be generated or corrupted except 'per 145 1, 75 | is not said to be made or generated simply, ~but to be made 146 1, 75 | coming a thing is said to be generated ~simply; and by its removal 147 1, 75 | maintained ~that nothing is generated simply, or corrupted simply; 148 1, 76 | generation, for the animal is generated before the ~man.~Aquin.: 149 1, 77 | to all things that can be generated and corrupted, whether living ~ 150 1, 77 | animal of small size be generated. ~For this reason it must 151 1, 77 | But the inanimate body is generated from ~determinate matter 152 1, 78 | things that are corrupted and generated. Wherefore the angelic intellect ~ 153 1, 84 | animal; for "the animal is generated before ~man," as the Philosopher 154 1, 84 | likeness to things which are generated, ~which do not attain to 155 1, 85 | as they relate to things generated and corruptible. Therefore ~ 156 1, 90 | Albumazar says that man is not generated where heat and cold ~are 157 1, 90 | the same species could be ~generated, the first human body was 158 1, 91 | of ~generation, but are generated by some other specific agent, 159 1, 91 | see in plants which are generated from ~seed; for the noblest 160 1, 91 | species cannot naturally be ~generated. Now God alone, the Author 161 1, 98 | the contrary, Everything generated is first imperfect. But 162 1, 102 | under the sun which are ~generated and corrupted according 163 1, 103 | the continuation of things generated; ~whereas the second movement, 164 1, 103 | has its term in ~something generated; for when one thing is generated 165 1, 103 | generated; for when one thing is generated another undergoes ~corruption. 166 1, 104 | same species; as man is generated by man, and ~fire by fire. 167 1, 109 | that living flesh is thus generated is due to the ~power of 168 1, 114 | all the things ~which are generated in a corporeal and visible 169 1, 114 | because living things are generated from ~a principle united 170 1, 114 | which living things are ~generated. Therefore Augustine fittingly 171 1, 114 | universal power, whatever is generated in inferior bodies, is ~ 172 1, 117 | creation: for nothing is generated save from matter. ~But the 173 1, 117 | sensitive soul cannot be generated from ~the semen.~Aquin.: 174 1, 117 | to the animal seminally ~generated, as the power in the elements 175 1, 117 | souls of animals seminally generated are ~produced by the seminal 176 1, 117 | the generator is ~like the generated, it follows of necessity 177 1, 117 | say that the soul of the generated is ~caused by the soul of 178 1, 117 | OBJ 4: In perfect animals, generated by coition, the active force ~ 179 1, 117 | indeed, the generator and generated would be ~identical; moreover, 180 1, 117 | principal parts of the thing generated, then it is that the sensitive ~ 181 1, 117 | sensitive soul in man is generated from the semen, as in other ~ 182 1, 117 | to the senses in animals generated from putrefaction. We conclude ~ 183 1, 118 | be repaired: for what is generated ~in a man from his food 184 1, 118 | wherefore all things that can be generated ~are corruptible, and conversely. 185 1, 118 | be said that whatever is generated from ~food, can be dissolved 186 1, 118 | these understand what is generated from food: and ~this, they 187 1, 118 | inanimate things, which are not generated seminally, or ~nourished. 188 1, 118 | nourished. Again, since what is generated from food is united to, 189 1, 118 | then fire is said to be ~generated anew: but when matter is 190 1, 118 | begotten." But that which is ~generated is produced from the semen. 191 1, 118 | from which something is generated, is ~produced from the surplus 192 1, 118 | gradually: hence in things generated we observe ~that at first 193 1, 118 | an animal, the ~animal is generated first, then the man or the 194 1, 118 | mere division, as mud is generated from mud, and as ~animals 195 1, 118 | whole, is that which is ~generated from the food, before it 196 1, 118 | size of their bodies, and generated seldom; in like manner fat 197 2, 1 | agents the form of the ~thing generated is conformed to the form 198 2, 18 | the primary evil is when a generated thing does not realize its ~ 199 2, 18 | man, something else be ~generated); so the primary evil in 200 2, 21 | perfection of the thing generated; but it does not fail ~in 201 2, 22 | more excellent ~thing is generated from a less excellent, we 202 2, 22 | thing, a less excellent is generated. In these ~three ways it 203 2, 23 | bestows lightness on the body generated, so that it ~has an inclination 204 2, 23 | above. Secondly, if the generated ~body be outside its proper 205 2, 26 | the generator gives the generated body both ~weight and the 206 2, 32 | so to speak, is being ~generated in its regard, forasmuch 207 2, 34 | greatest good. Because ~nothing generated is the greatest good: since 208 2, 46 | general cause of all things ~generated here below, according to 209 2, 60 | generation: thus an animal is generated by the ~sun. In this case 210 2, 102 | matter from which a thing is generated be ~unclean, it seems that 211 2, 102 | that likewise the thing generated therefrom is unclean. ~But 212 2, 102 | is unclean. ~But flesh is generated from blood. Since therefore 213 2, 113 | fire, the instant it is generated moves ~upwards, and if its 214 2, 23 | unless it happen to be generated anew or corrupted, which 215 2, 23 | evident in the forms of things generated ~and corrupted, because 216 2, 160 | that which is first ~to be generated is the last to be corrupted. 217 2, 169 | things ~the form of the thing generated is a likeness of the form 218 3, 2 | generation, in that which is generated, is the essence of ~the 219 3, 2 | into it, for it cannot be generated. Secondly, ~because what 220 3, 2 | adds: "For ~there was not generated, neither will there ever 221 3, 2 | neither will there ever be generated, another ~Christ, Who from 222 3, 32 | we do not say that fire generated ~is the son of the fire 223 3, 32 | not applied to everything generated in ~animals, but only to 224 3, 32 | but only to that which is generated into likeness of the ~generator. 225 3, 32 | say that a hair which is generated in a man is his son; nor 226 3, 33 | power, not of that which is generated, but of the father ~generating 227 3, 33 | Further, in everything generated, that which is imperfect ~ 228 3, 33 | Christ's body is something generated. ~Therefore it did not attain 229 3, 34 | Thus fire, as soon as it is generated, begins to ~give heat and 230 3, 35 | since to be born is to be generated; as a ~thing is generated 231 3, 35 | generated; as a ~thing is generated in order for it to be, so 232 3, 62 | for instance, as things generated are in the sun; ~but as 233 3, 66 | plants and animals are generated, are moist and akin ~to 234 3, 69 | regeneration. Now when a thing is generated, it receives together with ~ 235 3, 69 | removed, the form of the thing generated produces its effect: thus 236 3, 69 | time as a weighty body is generated, it has a downward movement, ~ 237 3, 74 | which ~cannot in any way be generated from wheat grain, bread 238 3, 75 | thither, or because it is generated there. Now it ~is evident 239 3, 75 | air, from which fire is generated, be not there or ~elsewhere, 240 3, 77 | Whether anything can be generated from them?~(6) Whether they 241 3, 77 | Whether anything can be generated from the sacramental species?~ 242 3, 77 | seems that nothing can be generated from the sacramental ~species: 243 3, 77 | species: because, whatever is generated, is generated out of some 244 3, 77 | whatever is generated, is generated out of some matter: ~for 245 3, 77 | matter: ~for nothing is generated out of nothing, although 246 3, 77 | seems that nothing can be generated from the sacramental ~species.~ 247 3, 77 | that no substance can be generated from them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 248 3, 77 | any corporeal substance be generated from them, such ~substance 249 3, 77 | corporeal ~substance be generated from the sacramental species, 250 3, 77 | substance and ~accident would be generated from accident, namely, two 251 3, 77 | corporeal ~substance to be generated out of the sacramental species.~ 252 3, 77 | witness that something is generated out ~of the sacramental 253 3, 77 | Gener. i), something must be generated necessarily from the ~sacramental 254 3, 77 | see how anything can be generated from ~them. For it is quite 255 3, 77 | evident that nothing is generated out of the body ~and blood 256 3, 77 | have said that the things generated have not ~sprung from the 257 3, 77 | because when a thing is generated from another, the latter 258 3, 77 | worms or ashes ~are not generated therefrom. Secondly, because 259 3, 77 | permit of such things being generated by ~such alterations. Thirdly, 260 3, 77 | body, large enough to be generated from the atmosphere, unless 261 3, 77 | something of the kind ~are generated. But this explanation seems 262 3, 77 | the being of the substance generated from the species, but) the ~ 263 3, 77 | everything which could be generated ~from the matter of bread 264 3, 77 | it were present, can be generated ~from the aforesaid dimensive 265 3, 77 | of which a thing may be ~generated, nevertheless dimensive 266 3, 77 | converted into a substance generated from them. And they can 267 3, 77 | whereby something can be generated from those species. And 268 Suppl, 2 | accidents contrary to the thing generated, and which were the ~accidents 269 Suppl, 52| which hinders a thing being ~generated destroys it after it has 270 Suppl, 52| destroys it after it has been generated. Now bondage of the ~husband, 271 Suppl, 52| destroying what is already generated. But in things which have 272 Suppl, 71| accrue save to the object generated, so Baptism ~produces its 273 Suppl, 72| say that this fire will be generated towards the intervening 274 Suppl, 76| identified with that which was generated from it, than any other 275 Suppl, 77| intention of the nature generated belong to the truth of ~ 276 Suppl, 83| of one ~thing another is generated.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 277 Suppl, 88| animals ~needful for man's use generated, and the temperature of 278 Suppl, 94| that ~humor needs to be generated which is shed forth in the


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