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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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age

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1 1, 10 | beyond," eternity stands for age, as ~another rendering has 2 1, 10 | He endures beyond every age, i.e. beyond every kind ~ 3 1, 10 | every kind ~of duration. For age is nothing more than the 4 1, 10 | eternal "Wisdom is before age." Therefore it ~is not simultaneously 5 1, 10 | Aeviternity is sometimes taken for age, that is, a space of ~a 6 1, 39 | fathers by reason ~of old age are sometimes feeble; lest 7 1, 39 | sometimes by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to 8 1, 41 | for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. This appears 9 1, 39 | fathers by reason ~of old age are sometimes feeble; lest 10 1, 39 | sometimes by ~reason of old age. "Wisdom" has likeness to 11 1, 41 | for instance, death, ~old age, and like ills. This appears 12 1, 95 | and likewise as regards age; ~for some would have been 13 1, 96 | lost. Last of all, in old age, it does not suffice even ~ 14 1, 96 | banish the breaking up of old age"; and (QQ. Vet. et Nov. 15 1, 97 | parents were created at the age of perfect ~development. 16 1, 98 | Further, the weakness of old age seems to correspond to that 17 1, 98 | been no weakness ~of old age. Therefore neither would 18 1, 101 | the ~humors, and by old age, as above explained (Q[97], 19 1, 118 | body of a man of perfect age would be more ~imperfect 20 2, 37 | A joyful mind maketh age ~flourishing: a sorrowful 21 2, 53 | lost either through old age or through death. Therefore ~ 22 2, 89 | before a man comes to the age of discretion, the lack 23 2, 89 | discretion at that particular age, he will sin mortally, for 24 2, 94 | through the deficiency of his age, a ~child cannot use the 25 2, 95 | surpass us in experience, age and prudence, as to their ~ 26 2, 102 | fulfilled in the eighth age, which is the age of those 27 2, 102 | eighth age, which is the age of those who ~rise from 28 2, 102 | the "red ~cow was of full age," because all Christ's works 29 2, 107 | enjoined on men of mature age, who can forthwith accomplish 30 2, 10 | when they come to perfect age, might easily be persuaded 31 2, 30 | take into consideration his age and his weakness; ~and sometimes 32 2, 45 | Further, the changes of age are according to nature. 33 2, 45 | Now prudence ~results from age, according to Job 12:12: " 34 2, 61 | be honored, because old age is a sign of virtue, ~though 35 2, 61 | 4:8,9, ~"venerable old age is not that of long time, 36 2, 61 | a spotless life ~is old age." The rich ought to be honored 37 2, 86 | house, and yet but a girl in age," she ~is not bound by the 38 2, 86 | As soon as a man comes of age, if he be a freeman he is 39 2, 86 | boy or girl before the ~age of puberty can be revoked 40 2, 86 | validly make a ~vow before the age of fourteen.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 86 | even before ~attaining the age of puberty, is valid, unless 42 2, 86 | concur in children before the age of puberty, because in ~ 43 2, 87 | for ~instance, before the age of fourteen, and persons 44 2, 87 | reason children before ~the age of puberty are debarred 45 2, 91 | worshiped by the just in any ~age of the world. Now before 46 2, 92 | great extent in the ~sixth age. Therefore idolatry had 47 2, 92 | no idolatry in the first age, owing to the recent ~remembrance 48 2, 92 | of one God. In the sixth age idolatry was banished ~by 49 2, 99 | father in the latter's old age, until at length he ~should 50 2, 116 | covetousness comes naturally to old age and every kind of defect, ~ 51 2, 116 | Ethic. iv, 1) that "old age and ~helplessness of any 52 2, 117 | prodigal on the way to old age, which is opposed to prodigality, 53 2, 122 | they attained the ripe age of ~eternity through the 54 2, 145 | fasting, on account of their age: for it is written (Joel 55 2, 145 | in accordance with their age. Nevertheless when some 56 2, 145 | on account of sickness, age, or some similar reason, 57 2, 147 | greater standing. For old age gives a man a certain standing; 58 2, 162 | condemning them to decline to old age."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[164] 59 2, 182 | reached the ~state of perfect age. Therefore seemingly also 60 2, 187 | confined to any particular age; He ceases not when ~men 61 2, 187 | tonsured unless he be of legal age and ~willing." But children, 62 2, 187 | seemingly, are not of legal age; nor have they a ~will of 63 2, 187 | But ~children under the age of fourteen ought not to 64 2, 187 | if any persons of unripe age ~bind themselves to religion, 65 2, 187 | maid under twelve years of age shall take the sacred veil 66 2, 187 | children, ~especially of unripe age, to be admitted or bound 67 2, 187 | as a rule, at about the age of fourteen, and girls at ~ 68 2, 187 | fourteen, and girls at ~the age of twelve, this being what 69 2, 187 | being what is called "the age of puberty," ~although in 70 2, 187 | boys and girls under the ~age of puberty are naturally 71 2, 187 | Accordingly if before reaching the age of puberty a child makes 72 2, 187 | reason before reaching the age of puberty, ~he is bound, 73 2, 187 | the ~child has passed the age of puberty, his vow cannot 74 2, 187 | profession made before the age of puberty, ~however much 75 2, 187 | be professed before the age of ~puberty, they can, with 76 2, 187 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: The legal age for receiving the tonsure 77 2, 187 | solemn vow of religion is the age of puberty, when a man is 78 2, 187 | own will; but before the age of puberty it is possible 79 2, 187 | have ~reached the lawful age to receive the tonsure and 80 2, 187 | Church before reaching the age of fourteen.~Aquin.: SMT 81 2, 187 | who has not reached the age of puberty is not ~rebuked ( 82 2, 187 | command, because ~after the age of puberty every freeman 83 2, 187 | multitude of youth and every age, grave widows and ~aged 84 3, 1 | written (Ps. 91:11): "My old ~age in plentiful mercy" - i.e. " 85 3, 1 | by charity"; and to old age - i.e. the sixth age - on 86 3, 1 | old age - i.e. the sixth age - on account of ~the number 87 3, 1 | Christ came in the sixth age. And although ~youth and 88 3, 1 | although ~youth and old age cannot be together in a 89 3, 1 | Christ came in the sixth age - i.e. in the old age - 90 3, 1 | sixth age - i.e. in the old age - of the ~human race.~Aquin.: 91 3, 7 | advanced ~in wisdom and age and grace with God and men." 92 3, 7 | wisdom and grace even as in age, since in the course of 93 3, 12 | advanced in wisdom and ~age and grace with God and men"; 94 3, 12 | knowledge and grace, even as in age, since as His age ~increased 95 3, 12 | as in age, since as His age ~increased He wrought greater 96 3, 12 | time, i.e. in His perfect age; and this is plain from 97 3, 12 | increased in "knowledge and age" together.~Aquin.: SMT TP 98 3, 12 | empiric knowledge, as in age, as stated ~above (A[2]). 99 3, 12 | A[2]). Now as a fitting age is required for a man to 100 3, 12 | nothing unbecoming to His age; and hence He did not give ~ 101 3, 12 | the twelfth year of His age He ~deigned to question 102 3, 12 | not vouchsafed before the age of perfection."~Aquin.: 103 3, 33 | advanced in wisdom and age." Therefore it seems for 104 3, 33 | But Christ at ~the perfect age was of becoming and middle 105 3, 36 | the different stages of age from babyhood to youth, ~ 106 3, 36 | also by ~people advanced in age and virtue": whose testimony 107 3, 36 | worked miracles at an ~early age, there would have been no 108 3, 36 | work miracles at an ~early age. For people would have thought 109 3, 39 | have been baptized at the age ~of thirty.~Aquin.: SMT 110 3, 39 | longer time, beginning at the age of twenty, ~or even before. 111 3, 39 | was beginning about the age ~of thirty years."~Aquin.: 112 3, 39 | for which purpose perfect ~age is required, such as is 113 3, 39 | required, such as is the age of thirty. Thus we read ( 114 3, 39 | to be ~baptized at this age which admits of all sins; 115 3, 39 | baptized at the perfect age, we are ~given to understand 116 3, 39 | unto the measure of the ~age of the fulness of Christ." 117 3, 39 | youth, but at the perfect age. To faith, ~because in this 118 3, 39 | had reached the perfect age: to humility, lest anyone ~ 119 3, 39 | before attaining to perfect age.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[39] A[ 120 3, 39 | after reaching ~the perfect age. But, as Gregory Nazianzen 121 3, 39 | attained to ~the perfect age, when the time came for 122 3, 42 | are reckoned not only in age and authority, but also ~ 123 3, 43 | thirty-first year of His age. Therefore it ~seems that 124 3, 43 | He reached the ~perfect age, as we stated above, in 125 3, 46 | not in young, but in old, age.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[46] A[ 126 3, 46 | and rising ~at an early age Christ might exhibit beforehand 127 3, 46 | unto the measure of the age of the ~fulness of Christ."~ 128 3, 69 | they arrive at the perfect age. But this is evidently false, ~ 129 3, 70 | circumcision, in ~the eighth age (which is the age of those 130 3, 70 | eighth age (which is the age of those that rise again), 131 3, 71 | having come to the right age, will give ~its assent to 132 3, 71 | when it comes to the right age, ~else he would say: "He 133 3, 72 | attaining to the perfect age, and being able to perform 134 3, 72 | is brought to the perfect age. So ~therefore does man 135 3, 72 | arrives at the perfect ~age, as it were, of the spiritual 136 3, 72 | which belongs to the perfect age. Now ~when man comes to 137 3, 72 | when man comes to perfect age he begins at once to have 138 3, 72 | man to perfect spiritual age. But it is evident, from 139 3, 72 | when he has come to perfect age. And therefore by the sacrament 140 3, 72 | come spiritually to the age of virility, according to 141 3, 72 | can be brought to ~perfect age unless he be first born: 142 3, 72 | spiritually to perfect ~age. But perfect age is inconsistent 143 3, 72 | perfect ~age. But perfect age is inconsistent with childhood. 144 3, 72 | this sacrament to perfect age. Now the intention of nature 145 3, 72 | should come to perfect age: yet this is ~sometimes 146 3, 72 | birth and perfect spiritual ~age belong, is immortal; and 147 3, 72 | and just as it can in old age attain to ~spiritual birth, 148 3, 72 | attain to perfect (spiritual) age in youth or ~childhood; 149 3, 72 | 2: As stated above, the age of the body does not affect 150 3, 72 | perfection of ~spiritual age, of which it is written ( 151 3, 72 | Wis. 4:8): "Venerable old age is ~not that of long time, 152 3, 72 | earthly ~contests fitness of age, physique and rank are required; 153 3, 72 | equally to all, to every ~age, and to either sex." Again, 154 3, 72 | soul, to which spiritual ~age belongs, is immortal. Wherefore 155 3, 72 | unto the measure of the age of the fulness of Christ." 156 3, 72 | perfection of ~spiritual age, as stated above (AA[2], 157 3, Note| was under ~thirty years of age. Everywhere it reveals the 158 Suppl, 6 | as they shall come to the age of discretion."~Aquin.: 159 Suppl, 11| instance, by lack of knowledge, age, ~or the like: so that by 160 Suppl, 39| appointed a certain fixed age in those who receive ~Orders. 161 Suppl, 39| raised to Orders before the age of ~discretion is sometimes 162 Suppl, 39| in the minor orders the age of discretion ~is required 163 Suppl, 43| fittingly assigned as the age for betrothal?~Aquin.: SMT 164 Suppl, 43| fittingly assigned as the ~age for betrothal. For a contract 165 Suppl, 43| can be arranged before the age of seven ~years as well 166 Suppl, 43| a boy of five years of age was carried off by the devil ~ 167 Suppl, 43| can take place ~before the age of seven years.~Aquin.: 168 Suppl, 43| But for marriage ~the same age is not assigned to boy and 169 Suppl, 43| apparent ~in boys before the age of seven. Therefore they 170 Suppl, 43| become betrothed ~before that age.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[43] A[ 171 Suppl, 43| and subsequently after the age of seven and before the 172 Suppl, 43| of seven and before the age of ~maturity renew their 173 Suppl, 43| be ~contracted before the age of seven.~Aquin.: SMT XP 174 Suppl, 43| Therefore if one be of mature age, he can contract a betrothal ~ 175 Suppl, 43| years old, since the lack of age in one is ~more than counterbalanced 176 Suppl, 43| those who at about the age of puberty, but before it, ~ 177 Suppl, 43| before yet close on the age of ~puberty, they are to 178 Suppl, 43| 1/1~I answer that, The age of seven years is fixed 179 Suppl, 43| wherefore ~children at that age are sent to school. But 180 Suppl, 43| firm will. Hence at that age ~betrothals can be contracted. 181 Suppl, 43| person before they ~reach the age of puberty, either of them 182 Suppl, 43| when they reach the proper age, whence they are ~understood 183 Suppl, 43| Reply OBJ 3: Regarding the age for the marriage contract 184 Suppl, 43| is necessary to be of an age adapted to ~procreation. 185 Suppl, 43| Anim. vii), whereas the age is the same in ~both for 186 Suppl, 43| hence it is that the one age is assigned for both as 187 Suppl, 43| regard to boys under the age of seven ~does not result 188 Suppl, 43| parties are close upon the age of seven, the contract of ~ 189 Suppl, 43| on account of ~deficient age; since what is not cannot 190 Suppl, 43| null before the requisite age. Therefore it cannot be 191 Suppl, 43| they come to the lawful age, they should seek a dissolution 192 Suppl, 52| corruption, defect, and ~old age are contrary to nature, 193 Suppl, 55| it take place before the age of seven ~years; or if a 194 Suppl, 55| promises marriage be lacking in age, or be under a solemn ~vow 195 Suppl, 55| is betrothed before the age of puberty and after the 196 Suppl, 55| of puberty and after the age of seven years, ~with a 197 Suppl, 55| with a woman who is of age, from such a contract there 198 Suppl, 55| not actual, since at that age the boy who is insensible 199 Suppl, 57| not twenty-five years of age, nor a woman can adopt, 200 Suppl, 57| father or, if he has, is of age. There can be no ~adoption 201 Suppl, 57| than twenty-five years of age, or a woman, ~cannot adopt 202 Suppl, 57| and free, youth and old age ~(Gal. 3:28; Col. 3:11). 203 Suppl, 57| when the adopted ~comes of age, the latter can marry her. 204 Suppl, 57| when the child ~comes of age, they can be married.~Aquin.: 205 Suppl, 58| MADNESS, INCEST AND DEFECTIVE AGE (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 206 Suppl, 58| incest, and defective ~age. Under this head there are 207 Suppl, 58| is?~(5) Whether defective age is?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] 208 Suppl, 58| Para. 1/1~Whether defective age is an impediment to marriage?~ 209 Suppl, 58| would seem that deficient age is not an impediment to ~ 210 Suppl, 58| would seem that ~before that age their reason is not sufficiently 211 Suppl, 58| ought seemingly to be the age fixed for marrying. ~Yet 212 Suppl, 58| be contracted before that age. Therefore lack of the ~ 213 Suppl, 58| Therefore lack of the ~appointed age is not an impediment to 214 Suppl, 58| the fourteenth ~year of age. Therefore neither could 215 Suppl, 58| person marry if defective age were ~an impediment.~Aquin.: 216 Suppl, 58| woman can marry before ~the age of fourteen. Therefore a 217 Suppl, 58| to marriage. But lack of age is neither ~perpetual nor 218 Suppl, 58| marriage debt ~before the age of fourteen (De Animal. 219 Suppl, 58| natural, it must have a fixed age ~by defect of which it is 220 Suppl, 58| be contracted before the age of discretion when each ~ 221 Suppl, 58| Now for the most part this age is the fourteenth year in 222 Suppl, 58| perfection before the aforesaid age, so that nature ~and reason 223 Suppl, 58| developed to supply the lack of age, the ~marriage is not annulled. 224 Suppl, 58| parties who marry before the ~age of puberty have marital 225 Suppl, 58| intercourse before the aforesaid age, their ~marriage is none 226 Suppl, 58| that woman comes to the age of puberty sooner ~than 227 Suppl, 58| impediment arising from defective age, like that which ~arises 228 Suppl, 59| child has reached a perfect age, and then it is ~free to 229 Suppl, 59| mother, or ~else it is under age, and then it should be given 230 Suppl, 67| offspring comes to perfect age. But that provision ~be 231 Suppl, 70| from his saying that "old age is an ~affection not of 232 Suppl, 74| qu. 58) "as to the last ~age of the human race, which 233 Suppl, 74| will consist: even so old age, which is man's last age, 234 Suppl, 74| age, which is man's last age, has no fixed time ~according 235 Suppl, 77| die ~before the perfect age. Nor does this derogate 236 Suppl, 78| rise again in the youthful age?~(2) Whether they will be 237 Suppl, 78| will rise again of the same age?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 238 Suppl, 78| same, namely ~the youthful age. Because God will take nothing 239 Suppl, 78| especially from the blessed. Now ~age pertains to the perfection 240 Suppl, 78| perfection of man, since old age is the age that ~demands 241 Suppl, 78| man, since old age is the age that ~demands reverence. 242 Suppl, 78| rise again of a youthful ~age.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 243 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, age is reckoned according to 244 Suppl, 78| those who were of greater age to be brought back to a ~ 245 Suppl, 78| brought back to a ~youthful age.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 246 Suppl, 78| rise again of the same ~age, it is more fitting that 247 Suppl, 78| should rise again in the age of ~childhood.~Aquin.: SMT 248 Suppl, 78| unto the measure of the age of the fulness of Christ."~ 249 Suppl, 78| Christ rose again of youthful age, which begins about the 250 Suppl, 78| which begins about the age of ~thirty years, as Augustine 251 Suppl, 78| rise again of a youthful age.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 252 Suppl, 78| most perfect stage in the age of youth. Therefore ~all 253 Suppl, 78| will rise again of that age.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[81] A[ 254 Suppl, 78| which is in the youthful age, at which ~the movement 255 Suppl, 78| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Old age calls for reverence, not 256 Suppl, 78| the reverence due to old age on account of ~the fulness 257 Suppl, 78| but the defect of old ~age will not be in them.~Aquin.: 258 Suppl, 78| Reply OBJ 2: We speak of age not as regards the number 259 Suppl, 78| been formed in the youthful age on account of the particular ~ 260 Suppl, 78| perfection which it has in ~the age of youth, and not to that 261 Suppl, 78| perfection which it has in the age of a ~child, wherein the 262 Suppl, 78| will rise again of the same age. Therefore the dimensive ~ 263 Suppl, 78| to rise again of the same age, not as though the same 264 Suppl, 83| those who die under perfect age will rise again in the stature ~ 265 Suppl, 85| world, which is the ~last age of all, and it is not stated 266 Suppl, 85| duration appointed to old age, which is the last ~age 267 Suppl, 85| age, which is the last ~age of man, since sometimes 268 Suppl, 86| before reaching the perfect age. Therefore they need ~not 269 Suppl, 86| before reaching the perfect age ~will be present at the 270 Suppl, 95| faileth; who is in a decrepit age, and that is in care ~about


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