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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 16 | being is not generated nor corrupted of itself, but accidentally, 2 1, 16 | as this being or that is corrupted or generated, as is said 3 1, 19 | some things to be naturally corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[19] A[ 4 1, 22 | that can be generated and corrupted, he attributed to the divinities ~ 5 1, 25 | corrupt not to have been ~corrupted." Therefore, for the same 6 1, 39 | and so it is generated and corrupted accidentally; whereas ~God 7 1, 42 | Further, everything which is corrupted ceases to be. Hence ~everything 8 1, 46 | Some say that the soul is corrupted with the body. ~And some 9 1, 48 | generated if air was not corrupted, nor would the life of a 10 1, 48 | one contrary ~is wholly corrupted by another. But good and 11 1, 49 | which are generated and corrupted, in which alone can there 12 1, 50 | this is, that nothing ~is corrupted except by its form being 13 1, 56 | the ~things which are not corrupted."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 14 1, 65 | themselves generated or corrupted, but by reason ~of the generation 15 1, 67 | the body of light would be corrupted, and its matter would ~receive 16 1, 67 | body of so great a bulk ~is corrupted by the mere absence of the 17 1, 67 | anyone reply ~that it is not corrupted, but approaches and moves 18 1, 68 | bodies are generated or corrupted, through the rising and ~ 19 1, 75 | Though our outward man is corrupted, yet the inward man is ~ 20 1, 75 | incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," 21 1, 75 | substance ~to be generated or corrupted accidentally, that is, by 22 1, 75 | cannot ~be generated or corrupted except 'per se'; while things 23 1, 75 | the souls of brutes are corrupted, ~when their bodies are 24 1, 75 | when their bodies are corrupted; while the human soul could 25 1, 75 | human soul could not be ~corrupted unless it were corrupted " 26 1, 75 | corrupted unless it were corrupted "per se." This, indeed, 27 1, 75 | acquires the form; while it is corrupted ~so far as the form is separated 28 1, 76 | a thing is said to be ~corrupted, not simply, but relatively. 29 1, 76 | and by its removal to be corrupted simply. For this reason, 30 1, 76 | is generated simply, or corrupted simply; and stated that ~" 31 1, 77 | powers of the soul are not corrupted when the body is ~corrupted, 32 1, 77 | corrupted when the body is ~corrupted, but remain in the separated 33 1, 39 | and so it is generated and corrupted accidentally; whereas ~God 34 1, 42 | Further, everything which is corrupted ceases to be. Hence ~everything 35 1, 47 | Some say that the soul is corrupted with the body. ~And some 36 1, 49 | generated if air was not corrupted, nor would the life of a 37 1, 49 | one contrary ~is wholly corrupted by another. But good and 38 1, 50 | which are generated and corrupted, in which alone can there 39 1, 51 | this is, that nothing ~is corrupted except by its form being 40 1, 57 | the ~things which are not corrupted."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[56] A[ 41 1, 66 | themselves generated or corrupted, but by reason ~of the generation 42 1, 68 | the body of light would be corrupted, and its matter would ~receive 43 1, 68 | body of so great a bulk ~is corrupted by the mere absence of the 44 1, 68 | anyone reply ~that it is not corrupted, but approaches and moves 45 1, 69 | bodies are generated or corrupted, through the rising and ~ 46 1, 74 | Though our outward man is corrupted, yet the inward man is ~ 47 1, 74 | incorruptible. For a thing may be corrupted in two ~ways - "per se," 48 1, 74 | substance ~to be generated or corrupted accidentally, that is, by 49 1, 74 | cannot ~be generated or corrupted except 'per se'; while things 50 1, 74 | the souls of brutes are corrupted, ~when their bodies are 51 1, 74 | when their bodies are corrupted; while the human soul could 52 1, 74 | human soul could not be ~corrupted unless it were corrupted " 53 1, 74 | corrupted unless it were corrupted "per se." This, indeed, 54 1, 74 | acquires the form; while it is corrupted ~so far as the form is separated 55 1, 75 | a thing is said to be ~corrupted, not simply, but relatively. 56 1, 75 | and by its removal to be corrupted simply. For this reason, 57 1, 75 | is generated simply, or corrupted simply; and stated that ~" 58 1, 76 | powers of the soul are not corrupted when the body is ~corrupted, 59 1, 76 | corrupted when the body is ~corrupted, but remain in the separated 60 1, 77 | that can be generated and corrupted, whether living ~or not 61 1, 78 | observe in ~things that are corrupted and generated. Wherefore 62 1, 87 | comes from sense being corrupted by ~their very excellence. 63 1, 88 | that ~"the understanding is corrupted together with its interior 64 1, 88 | interior principles are corrupted. Therefore also ~the intellect 65 1, 88 | the intellect itself is corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[89] A[ 66 1, 88 | Vitae ii), a form may be ~corrupted in two ways; first, directly, 67 1, 88 | ways; first, directly, when corrupted by its contrary, ~as heat, 68 1, 88 | indirectly, when its subject is ~corrupted. Now it is evident that 69 1, 88 | that human knowledge is not corrupted ~through corruption of the 70 1, 88 | the passive intellect be corrupted by their ~contrary; for 71 1, 88 | And thus knowledge may be corrupted by its contrary ~when a 72 1, 88 | ways in which ~knowledge is corrupted directly: namely, "forgetfulness" 73 1, 88 | that when the body is corrupted, "the soul neither remembers 74 1, 97 | But virginal integrity is corrupted by intercourse. Therefore ~ 75 1, 101 | Now the human body may be corrupted from within or from ~without. 76 1, 101 | From within, the body is corrupted by the consumption of the ~ 77 1, 102 | which are ~generated and corrupted according to the sun's movement. 78 1, 107 | unless they themselves be corrupted. ~The difference of glory 79 1, 117 | supervenes the previous form is ~corrupted: yet so that the supervening 80 1, 117 | pre-existing forms being corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[118] A[ 81 1, 118 | The bodily food ~when corrupted, that is, having lost its 82 2, 31 | principles of the species is corrupted, so that something which 83 2, 53 | Para. 1/1 - HOW HABITS ARE CORRUPTED OR DIMINISHED (THREE ARTICLES)~ 84 2, 53 | Whether a habit can be corrupted?~(2) Whether it can be diminished?~( 85 2, 53 | diminished?~(3) How are habits corrupted or diminished?~Aquin.: SMT 86 2, 53 | 1~Whether a habit can be corrupted?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[53] A[ 87 2, 53 | seem that a habit cannot be corrupted. For habit is ~within its 88 2, 53 | thing is, its nature is not corrupted. ~Therefore neither can 89 2, 53 | Therefore neither can a habit be corrupted so long as its subject remains.~ 90 2, 53 | Further, whenever a form is corrupted, this is due either to ~ 91 2, 53 | is in the soul, cannot be corrupted by a direct ~movement of 92 2, 53 | Therefore ~science cannot be corrupted. For the same reason neither 93 2, 53 | can habits of ~virtue be corrupted, since they also are in 94 2, 53 | virtues are engendered ~and corrupted by contrary acts (Ethic. 95 2, 53 | that, A form is said to be corrupted directly by its contrary; ~ 96 2, 53 | through its subject being corrupted. When therefore a habit ~ 97 2, 53 | has a contrary, it can be ~corrupted both ways. This is clearly 98 2, 53 | incorruptible subject, cannot be corrupted indirectly. There are, ~ 99 2, 53 | habit of science ~cannot be corrupted indirectly, on the part 100 2, 53 | habits of this kind can be corrupted ~directly. If then there 101 2, 53 | of its cause, it can be corrupted directly: but ~if it has 102 2, 53 | no contrary, it cannot be corrupted directly. Now it is evident ~ 103 2, 53 | practical, which cannot be ~corrupted by any forgetfulness or 104 2, 53 | virtue or of vice, may be corrupted by a ~judgment of reason, 105 2, 53 | a habit of virtue can be corrupted. Nevertheless when it is 106 2, 53 | 1/1~Whether a habit is corrupted or diminished through mere 107 2, 53 | seem that a habit is not corrupted or diminished through ~mere 108 2, 53 | passion-like qualities are neither corrupted nor diminished by ~cessation 109 2, 53 | are habits diminished or corrupted through cessation from act.~ 110 2, 53 | habit can be ~diminished or corrupted through cessation from act.~ 111 2, 64 | perfected, but the contrary ~corrupted, through tending to something 112 2, 67 | irrational parts of the soul are corrupted, when the body is corrupted: 113 2, 67 | corrupted, when the body is corrupted: since they are acts of 114 2, 67 | powers cease when the body is corrupted: and consequently, according 115 2, 67 | life when once the body is corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[67] A[ 116 2, 67 | cease as soon as the body is corrupted. ~Hence, so far as the phantasms 117 2, 71 | virtue is ~engendered and corrupted by contrary causes." Now 118 2, 72 | different circumstances are ~corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[72] A[ 119 2, 72 | different circumstances are corrupted, there is but one ~motive: 120 2, 73 | so to speak, in "being" corrupted; ~thus death is privation 121 2, 73 | it consists in "becoming" corrupted rather than in "being" ~ 122 2, 73 | rather than in "being" ~corrupted, like sickness which is 123 2, 78 | which is not altogether corrupted, it may happen that while 124 2, 81 | of our nature, which ~he corrupted. But we were likewise in 125 2, 81 | however it be corrupt, can be corrupted ~yet more by sin, according 126 2, 81 | Adam's entire posterity was corrupted in his loins, because they 127 2, 81 | man's flesh is entirely corrupted. Therefore a ~man's soul 128 2, 83 | would ~follow that it is corrupted in its creation or infusion: 129 2, 83 | with the body, could be corrupted with the infection of original 130 2, 83 | does; wherefore it is not corrupted by the flesh. Therefore ~ 131 2, 83 | the soul are said to be corrupted by original sin, ~these 132 2, 83 | are said specially to be corrupted and infected.~Aquin.: SMT 133 2, 88 | and if this order be corrupted, it cannot be ~repaired 134 2, 93 | inclination to virtue is ~corrupted by vicious habits, and, 135 2, 109 | sin; secondly, as it is ~corrupted in us after the sin of our 136 2, 109 | nature is not altogether corrupted ~by sin, so as to be shorn 137 2, 109 | good, even in the state of ~corrupted nature it can, by virtue 138 2, 109 | commandments. But in the state ~of corrupted nature man cannot fulfil 139 2, 109 | of sin. Natural good is corrupted, inasmuch as man's nature 140 2, 109 | no longer perfect, but ~corrupted, as stated above (Q[85]); 141 2, 109 | secondly, in the state of corrupted nature. Now in the ~state 142 2, 109 | a habitual gift whereby ~corrupted human nature is healed, 143 2, 109 | the mind, yet it remains ~corrupted and poisoned in the flesh, 144 2, 110 | remains; since it is not corrupted, for thus it would ~be reduced 145 2, 110 | because to become and to be corrupted belong to what is, properly ~ 146 2, 110 | accident comes into being or is corrupted, but is said to ~come into 147 2, 110 | come into being and to be corrupted inasmuch as its subject 148 2, 1 | simple-minded persons be ~corrupted by heretics. It was this 149 2, 2 | suspected of having been corrupted by ~heretics, who are wont 150 2, 10 | when that which precedes is corrupted, that which ~follows is 151 2, 10 | that which ~follows is corrupted also. Now an act of faith 152 2, 10 | circumstances of a virtue may be corrupted, so ~that the rectitude 153 2, 15 | corrupt virtue. ~Now virtue is corrupted by any particular defect, 154 2, 15 | whereby ~their faith might be corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[16] A[ 155 2, 19 | movement, his estimate being ~corrupted in a particular matter, 156 2, 19 | particular estimate being ~corrupted by a habit or a passion, 157 2, 19 | pardon, his estimate being ~corrupted in a particular matter. 158 2, 23 | to be generated anew or corrupted, which is ~unreasonable.~ 159 2, 23 | of things generated ~and corrupted, because the matter of such 160 2, 32 | which is natural to it is corrupted ~little by little. Consequently 161 2, 32 | is a proof of an already corrupted nature, ~even as love of 162 2, 45 | forgetfulness, but rather is corrupted by the ~passions. For the 163 2, 51 | various circumstances are corrupted for the same ~motive, the 164 2, 59 | morals of men would ~be corrupted. For Tully says (De Offic. 165 2, 62 | the common good, which ~is corrupted by sin. On the other hand 166 2, 63 | particular nature ~of the thing corrupted, although they are in keeping 167 2, 64 | of the rape is said to be corrupted." Now it is a case of rape ~ 168 2, 116 | good that is despised or corrupted by sin, and then the greater 169 2, 116 | point of view of ~the good corrupted, rather than from that of 170 2, 124 | this mode ~of reason may be corrupted either by excess or by deficiency. 171 2, 139 | OBJ 1: Man's appetite is corrupted chiefly by those things 172 2, 151 | sinful, because virtue is corrupted by "excess" and "deficiency" 173 2, 152 | the married woman who is ~corrupted by adultery. Wherefore it 174 2, 155 | as ~soundness of body is corrupted by the body lapsing from 175 2, 160 | generated is the last to be corrupted. Wherefore as faith is the ~ 176 3, 1 | of human nature ~has been corrupted by sin, whereas the goodness 177 3, 2 | without the subject being corrupted. But human nature came to 178 3, 4 | nothing pre-existing would be ~corrupted in it. But as was said above, 179 3, 4 | it must either have been corrupted - in which case it was ~ 180 3, 4 | the nature which he had corrupted should be assumed that ~ 181 3, 6 | subsistence of the soul was ~corrupted. So likewise it is not fitting 182 3, 8 | because in him the ~person corrupted the nature; and by means 183 3, 31 | the body without its being corrupted or diminished. But as ~Christ 184 3, 36 | Pharisees, for they were corrupted, and full ~of ill-will. 185 3, 42 | because their ~evil ways corrupted the morals of the people. 186 3, 50 | corruption. But what is corrupted by ~substantial corruption 187 3, 50 | substantial corruption after being corrupted, exists no longer, since ~ 188 3, 50 | follow that ~it was not corrupted - I mean, by the corruption 189 3, 53 | rise again but My body be corrupted, I shall ~preach to no one, 190 3, 54 | unless perchance it be corrupted. But Christ's body "vanished 191 3, 54 | disciples, not as though He were corrupted or dissolved into invisible ~ 192 3, 74 | OBJ 4: Further, what is corrupted appears to be of another 193 3, 74 | sacrament from bread which is corrupted, and which no ~longer seems 194 3, 74 | because starch comes of corrupted ~wheat, it does not seem 195 3, 74 | mixed with much wine is corrupted. But ~what is corrupted 196 3, 74 | corrupted. But ~what is corrupted no longer exists. Therefore, 197 3, 77 | 4) Whether they can be corrupted?~(5) Whether anything can 198 3, 77 | sacramental species can be corrupted?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 199 3, 77 | sacramental species cannot be corrupted, ~because corruption comes 200 3, 77 | these species ~cannot be corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 201 3, 77 | OBJ 2: Further, no form is corrupted except accidentally, that 202 3, 77 | is, when ~its subject is corrupted; hence self-subsisting forms 203 3, 77 | Therefore they cannot be corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 204 3, 77 | OBJ 3: Further, if they be corrupted, it will either be naturally 205 3, 77 | miraculously. But they cannot be corrupted naturally, because no subject ~ 206 3, 77 | place. Neither can they be corrupted miraculously, because the 207 3, 77 | sacramental species be corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 208 3, 77 | hosts ~become putrefied and corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[77] A[ 209 3, 77 | those accidents ~could be corrupted while the substance of the 210 3, 77 | so likewise they can be corrupted now that the substance has 211 3, 77 | could have been previously corrupted in two ways: in ~one way, 212 3, 77 | accidentally. They could be ~corrupted of themselves, as by alteration 213 3, 77 | way such accidents can be corrupted manifestly after consecration, ~ 214 3, 77 | 3/4~An accident can be corrupted in another way, through 215 3, 77 | this way also they can be corrupted after ~consecration; for 216 3, 77 | therefore such being can be corrupted by a ~contrary agent, as 217 3, 77 | and, moreover, was not corrupted except by a preceding ~alteration 218 3, 77 | or wine would have been corrupted, ~then Christ's body and 219 3, 77 | sacramental species if they be corrupted, as stated above (A[4]); 220 3, 77 | A[4]); for ~they are not corrupted in such a way that they 221 3, 77 | first ~appears changed and corrupted; whereas no alteration or 222 3, 77 | of two things be entirely corrupted, there is no ~mixture (De 223 3, 77 | the sacramental wine is corrupted, so that the blood of Christ ~ 224 3, 77 | the aforesaid species ~are corrupted entirely or in part, after 225 3, 77 | And if they be ~entirely corrupted, there remains no further 226 3, 77 | uniform. But if they be corrupted in part, there will be one ~ 227 3, 89 | Further, the strong is not corrupted by the weak. Now works of ~ 228 Suppl, 2 | accidents of the thing corrupted, are removed by the one 229 Suppl, 5 | vice are engendered and corrupted by the same ~causes, as 230 Suppl, 11| the others lest they be ~corrupted by heresy. He can also tell 231 Suppl, 66| faith of the Church, was corrupted ~by the devil through idolatry. 232 Suppl, 66| the part of the person ~corrupted, but it causes a defect 233 Suppl, 66| married - unless she had been ~corrupted by reason of a previous 234 Suppl, 66| carnally after she has been corrupted by adultery, since otherwise ~ 235 Suppl, 66| a ~woman who has been corrupted while a catechumen or a 236 Suppl, 67| in the case when he had corrupted a ~maid (Dt. 22:28-30).~ 237 Suppl, 70| sensitive powers were to be corrupted when the ~body is corrupted, 238 Suppl, 70| corrupted when the ~body is corrupted, it would follow that they 239 Suppl, 70| are the sensitive powers ~corrupted when the body is corrupted.~ 240 Suppl, 70| corrupted when the body is corrupted.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[70] A[ 241 Suppl, 70| consequently when the body is corrupted the sensitive powers remain ~ 242 Suppl, 70| also remain, and when it is corrupted they also must be ~corrupted, 243 Suppl, 70| corrupted they also must be ~corrupted, it follows that these powers 244 Suppl, 70| bodily organ must needs be corrupted when the body is corrupted: ~ 245 Suppl, 70| corrupted when the body is corrupted: ~and such are all the powers 246 Suppl, 70| the soul into the body are corrupted with the ~body; others, 247 Suppl, 70| are neither weakened nor ~corrupted on account of the body.~ 248 Suppl, 70| that "when the body is ~corrupted, the soul neither remembers 249 Suppl, 70| the body to wit, "is ~corrupted, the soul remembers not." 250 Suppl, 72| corruption, unless it be corrupted by something ~extrinsic: 251 Suppl, 75| where we find that what is corrupted and decayed is not ~renewed 252 Suppl, 75| wine ~unless the vinegar be corrupted and pass into the juice 253 Suppl, 76| with other things that are corrupted, the ~being of which is 254 Suppl, 79| Further, nothing will be corrupted after the resurrection because ~ 255 Suppl, 83| composed of contraries to be corrupted ~unless some more powerful 256 Suppl, 83| contraries ~is without fail corrupted in accordance with nature.~ 257 Suppl, 83| length be done away and corrupted: and this has been shown ~ 258 Suppl, 83| the fire without being ~corrupted, as Augustine asserts (De 259 Suppl, 83| thus those bodies will be corrupted: which is false. Therefore ~ 260 Suppl, 95| natural inclination is corrupted by their wickedness, in 261 Suppl, 96| demerit, nor is being lost or corrupted by the ~inordinateness of


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