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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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affinity

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1 1, 13 | intellect has a natural affinity to ~compound and temporal 2 1, 44 | changes, as for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, or 3 1, 56 | the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, the only 4 1, 61 | atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and 5 1, 71 | thus they have some special affinity with the bodies in which ~ 6 1, 45 | changes, as for instance, affinity, ~discord, intellect, or 7 1, 57 | the higher and lower bear affinity to ~his nature, the only 8 1, 62 | atmosphere has a kind of affinity ~owing to its subtlety and 9 1, 71 | thus they have some special affinity with the bodies in which ~ 10 1, 77 | part; but to a ~certain affinity and proximity to the universal 11 1, 91 | 1~Reply OBJ 3: A certain affinity arises from natural generation, 12 1, 107 | inferior order always has affinity to the lowest in the ~higher 13 1, 107 | the first ~hierarchy has affinity, denominated as it is from 14 2, 35 | happen for them to have any affinity or ~fittingness to one another. 15 2, 35 | nature; and yet they have no affinity or ~fittingness to one another. 16 2, 35 | they have a certain mutual affinity or fittingness. The ~reason 17 2, 35 | certain mutual fittingness and affinity: for instance to rejoice ~ 18 2, 35 | contemplation, but rather is in affinity and in harmony with ~it, 19 2, 73 | either through natural affinity or kindness received or 20 2, 105 | degrees of ~consanguinity and affinity, according to Lev. 18. Therefore 21 2, 42 | words express the ~same affinity.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[44] A[ 22 2, 101 | creatures having a special ~affinity to God, for instance to 23 2, 101 | reason of his having an affinity to God.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 24 2, 120 | this precept has a certain affinity to ~the precepts of the 25 2, 152 | related by consanguinity or ~affinity. Secondly, with regard to 26 2, 152 | related by consanguinity or affinity." Now affinity ~differs 27 2, 152 | consanguinity or affinity." Now affinity ~differs from consanguinity. 28 2, 152 | related by consanguinity or affinity does not, of itself, ~contain 29 2, 152 | related by consanguinity or affinity ~as stated (OBJ[2]). Therefore 30 2, 152 | related ~by consanguinity or affinity is unbecoming to venereal 31 2, 152 | Persons are related by affinity through one who is related ~ 32 2, 152 | other, ~consanguinity and affinity entail the same kind of 33 3, 27 | because of the singular affinity ~between her and Christ, 34 Suppl, 43| so that neither does any ~affinity result therefrom. Hence 35 Suppl, 43| account of a supervening affinity, for instance if the spouse 36 Suppl, 43| subsequently. Hence just as affinity, had it existed ~at the 37 Suppl, 50| Marriage bond, honesty, affinity, impotence,~All these forbid 38 Suppl, 50| namely "kinship," then ~"affinity," which denotes the close 39 Suppl, 52| and ~such an impediment is affinity or a vow, and others of 40 Suppl, 54| order that consanguinity and affinity might be the ~sources of 41 Suppl, 55| 1 - OF THE IMPEDIMENT OF AFFINITY (ELEVEN ARTICLES)~We must 42 Suppl, 55| consider next the impediment of affinity. Under this head there ~ 43 Suppl, 55| of inquiry:~(1) Whether affinity results from matrimony?~( 44 Suppl, 55| a betrothal?~(5) Whether affinity is caused through affinity?~( 45 Suppl, 55| affinity is caused through affinity?~(6) Whether affinity is 46 Suppl, 55| through affinity?~(6) Whether affinity is an impediment to marriage?~( 47 Suppl, 55| to marriage?~(7) Whether affinity in itself admits of degrees?~( 48 Suppl, 55| another by consanguinity ~or affinity should always be dissolved 49 Suppl, 55| Whether a person contracts affinity through the marriage of 50 Suppl, 55| person does not contract affinity through ~the marriage of 51 Suppl, 55| then she does not contract ~affinity with her husband, neither 52 Suppl, 55| acquire any ~relationship of affinity. ~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 53 Suppl, 55| tie known by the name of "affinity." This is ~expressed in 54 Suppl, 55| it ought not to be named affinity, but ~matrimony which is 55 Suppl, 55| with consanguinity and affinity, because the relation of 56 Suppl, 55| husband, there results in him affinity with the ~latter's wife, 57 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affinity remains after the death 58 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that affinity does not remain after the 59 Suppl, 55| ceases. Now the cause of ~affinity was the marriage, which 60 Suppl, 55| Therefore the aforesaid affinity ceases also.~Aquin.: SMT 61 Suppl, 55| consanguinity is the cause of affinity. Now the ~consanguinity 62 Suppl, 55| death. Therefore, the wife's affinity with them ceases also.~Aquin.: 63 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Affinity is caused by consanguinity. 64 Suppl, 55| as they live. Therefore ~affinity does so also: and consequently 65 Suppl, 55| so also: and consequently affinity (between two persons) is ~ 66 Suppl, 55| subjects. The same applies to affinity, for this is ~caused by 67 Suppl, 55| the persons ~between whom affinity has been contracted survive, 68 Suppl, 55| The marriage tie causes affinity not only by reason of ~actual 69 Suppl, 55| is not the chief cause of affinity, but union ~with a blood-relation, 70 Suppl, 55| unlawful intercourse causes affinity?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 71 Suppl, 55| intercourse does not cause affinity. ~For affinity is an honorable 72 Suppl, 55| not cause affinity. ~For affinity is an honorable thing. Now 73 Suppl, 55| dishonorable. Therefore affinity cannot be caused by a ~dishonorable 74 Suppl, 55| consanguinity there cannot be affinity; ~since affinity is a relationship 75 Suppl, 55| cannot be affinity; ~since affinity is a relationship between 76 Suppl, 55| intercourse were a cause of affinity, it would sometimes happen 77 Suppl, 55| that a ~man would contract affinity with his blood-relations 78 Suppl, 55| blood-relation. ~Therefore affinity is not caused by unlawful 79 Suppl, 55| or against ~nature. Now affinity is not caused by unnatural 80 Suppl, 55| reason why marriage caused affinity. Therefore ~unlawful intercourse 81 Suppl, 55| intercourse is the cause of affinity, as shown by the ~definition 82 Suppl, 55| shown by the ~definition of affinity, which definition is as 83 Suppl, 55| definition is as follows: Affinity is the ~relationship of 84 Suppl, 55| unlawful intercourse causes ~affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 85 Suppl, 55| Consequently ~since marriage caused affinity, in so far as it was a carnal 86 Suppl, 55| unlawful intercourse causes affinity in so far as it ~has something 87 Suppl, 55| this respect it causes ~affinity. There is also something 88 Suppl, 55| respect it does not cause affinity. Hence ~affinity remains 89 Suppl, 55| not cause affinity. Hence ~affinity remains honorable, although 90 Suppl, 55| Consequently there can be ~affinity and consanguinity between 91 Suppl, 55| blood-relationship" apply to affinity as such. Nor ~does it follow 92 Suppl, 55| blood-relation ~contracts affinity with himself, since affinity, 93 Suppl, 55| affinity with himself, since affinity, like consanguinity, ~requires 94 Suppl, 55| intercourse does not cause ~affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 95 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affinity is caused by betrothal?~ 96 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that affinity cannot be caused by betrothal. 97 Suppl, 55| caused by betrothal. For ~affinity is a lasting tie: whereas 98 Suppl, 55| Therefore it cannot cause affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 99 Suppl, 55| deed being ~consummated, affinity is not contracted. Yet this 100 Suppl, 55| betrothal does not cause ~affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 101 Suppl, 55| future marriage without affinity ~being contracted, for instance 102 Suppl, 55| Therefore betrothal cannot cause affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 103 Suppl, 55| not be the case unless ~affinity were contracted by betrothal. 104 Suppl, 55| so betrothal causes not ~affinity as marriage does, but something 105 Suppl, 55| does, but something like affinity. This is called ~"the justice 106 Suppl, 55| impediment to marriage even ~as affinity and consanguinity are, and 107 Suppl, 55| directed, causes this kind of affinity known as "the justice of ~ 108 Suppl, 55| is the ~aforesaid kind of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 109 Suppl, 55| of ~the hymen that causes affinity to be contracted, but only 110 Suppl, 55| seeds. But marriage causes affinity not only on ~account of 111 Suppl, 55| to nature. ~Consequently affinity results from the marriage 112 Suppl, 55| fellowship, ~something akin to affinity, namely the justice of public 113 Suppl, 55| void a betrothal prevent ~affinity being contracted through 114 Suppl, 55| any like impediment, no affinity nor anything akin ~to it 115 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affinity is a cause of affinity?~ 116 Suppl, 55| Whether affinity is a cause of affinity?~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 117 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that affinity also is a cause of affinity. 118 Suppl, 55| affinity also is a cause of affinity. For Pope ~Julius I says ( 119 Suppl, 55| this is only on ~account of affinity being contracted through 120 Suppl, 55| with a person related ~by affinity. Therefore affinity is a 121 Suppl, 55| by affinity. Therefore affinity is a cause of affinity.~ 122 Suppl, 55| Therefore affinity is a cause of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 123 Suppl, 55| procreation, since the degrees of affinity and consanguinity are reckoned ~ 124 Suppl, 55| But consanguinity causes affinity. Therefore affinity does 125 Suppl, 55| causes affinity. Therefore affinity does also.~Aquin.: SMT XP 126 Suppl, 55| with all who are related by affinity to the wife, and thus affinity 127 Suppl, 55| affinity to the wife, and thus affinity is ~the cause of affinity.~ 128 Suppl, 55| affinity is ~the cause of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 129 Suppl, 55| OBJ 4: On the contrary, If affinity is caused by affinity a 130 Suppl, 55| If affinity is caused by affinity a man who has ~connection 131 Suppl, 55| related to the other by affinity. But this is false. Therefore ~ 132 Suppl, 55| this is false. Therefore ~affinity does not cause affinity.~ 133 Suppl, 55| affinity does not cause affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 134 Suppl, 55| 1/1~OBJ 5: Further, if affinity arose out of affinity a 135 Suppl, 55| if affinity arose out of affinity a man by marrying ~another 136 Suppl, 55| man's widow would contract affinity with all her first husband' 137 Suppl, 55| she is related to them by affinity. But this cannot be the ~ 138 Suppl, 55| become especially related by affinity to her ~deceased husband. 139 Suppl, 55| consanguinity is a stronger tie than affinity. But the ~blood-relations 140 Suppl, 55| Much less, therefore, does affinity to the wife cause affinity 141 Suppl, 55| affinity to the wife cause affinity to her ~blood-relations, 142 Suppl, 55| blood-relations not by blood ~but by affinity. Wherefore if this kind 143 Suppl, 55| the ~result will be not affinity but another kind of relationship; 144 Suppl, 55| party a relation not of affinity but of some other kind which 145 Suppl, 55| other kind which is called ~affinity of the second kind. And 146 Suppl, 55| second kind, it will not be ~affinity of the second kind, but 147 Suppl, 55| than ~under the head of affinity, because they fall short 148 Suppl, 55| they fall short of true affinity, in ~the same way as the 149 Suppl, 55| only ~to the first kind of affinity in which true affinity consists.~ 150 Suppl, 55| of affinity in which true affinity consists.~Aquin.: SMT XP 151 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: A husband contracts affinity of the first kind with his ~ 152 Suppl, 55| male blood-relation, and affinity of the second kind with 153 Suppl, 55| account of the second kind of affinity. Again if a man A ~marry 154 Suppl, 55| B by the first kind of affinity, contracts affinity of the 155 Suppl, 55| kind of affinity, contracts affinity of the second kind ~with 156 Suppl, 55| relation C being connected, ~by affinity of the second kind, with 157 Suppl, 55| this man's wife contracts ~affinity of the third kind with her 158 Suppl, 55| since the third kind ~of affinity was included in the prohibition 159 Suppl, 55| honesty more than by reason of affinity, the canon (cap. Porro duorum 160 Suppl, 55| that no tie is caused by affinity, we must reply to them lest 161 Suppl, 55| woman does not contract affinity of the ~first kind with 162 Suppl, 55| wherefore ~she does not contract affinity of the second kind with 163 Suppl, 55| other does not contract affinity of the third kind with him. 164 Suppl, 55| connected with his wife by affinity of the ~first kind, so he 165 Suppl, 55| so he does not contract affinity of the second kind with 166 Suppl, 55| in a different degree of affinity, as appears from the rule 167 Suppl, 55| me in the second kind of ~affinity. But her other blood-relations 168 Suppl, 55| affine to me in any kind of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 169 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affinity is an impediment to marriage?~ 170 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that affinity is not an impediment to 171 Suppl, 55| is contrary thereto. But ~affinity is not contrary to marriage 172 Suppl, 55| above (A[5]). Therefore affinity is not an impediment to ~ 173 Suppl, 55| only affine. Therefore ~affinity is an impediment to marriage.~ 174 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Affinity that precedes marriage hinders 175 Suppl, 55| those who are connected by affinity: and just as there is ~a 176 Suppl, 55| one another. If, however, affinity supervene to ~matrimony, 177 Suppl, 55| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Affinity is not contrary to the marriage 178 Suppl, 55| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether affinity in itself admits of degrees?~ 179 Suppl, 55| OBJ 1: It would seem that affinity in itself admits of degrees. 180 Suppl, 55| subject of degrees. Now affinity is ~a kind of propinquity. 181 Suppl, 55| from within the ~degrees of affinity of the first husband. But 182 Suppl, 55| were also affine. Therefore affinity like ~consanguinity admits 183 Suppl, 55| Para. 1/1~On the contrary, Affinity is caused by consanguinity. 184 Suppl, 55| Therefore all the ~degrees of affinity are caused by the degrees 185 Suppl, 55| whereas it has no relation to affinity except through consanguinity 186 Suppl, 55| to consanguinity, and to ~affinity through consanguinity. Hence 187 Suppl, 55| seeking the ~degrees of affinity is that in whatever degree 188 Suppl, 55| in that same degree of affinity I am related to ~the wife.~ 189 Suppl, 55| of propagation, to which ~affinity is compared only through 190 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. Wherefore affinity has ~no direct degrees, 191 Suppl, 55| public honesty rather than affinity. And for this reason this 192 Suppl, 55| 1~Whether the degrees of affinity extend in the same way as 193 Suppl, 55| seem that the degrees of affinity do not extend in the ~same 194 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. For the tie of affinity is less ~strong than the 195 Suppl, 55| of consanguinity, since affinity arises from ~consanguinity 196 Suppl, 55| lasts. Therefore the tie of affinity ~does not last to the same 197 Suppl, 55| forbidden, in which ~degrees affinity was not an impediment to 198 Suppl, 55| now too the prohibition of affinity and consanguinity ~should 199 Suppl, 55| is connected with me by affinity from the very ~fact that 200 Suppl, 55| me in that same degree by affinity: and so the degrees of affinity 201 Suppl, 55| affinity: and so the degrees of affinity should ~be reckoned in the 202 Suppl, 55| that, Since the degrees of affinity are reckoned according to ~ 203 Suppl, 55| consanguinity, the degrees of affinity must needs be the ~same 204 Suppl, 55| consanguinity. Nevertheless, affinity being a ~lesser tie than 205 Suppl, 55| the more remote degrees of affinity than in the ~remote degrees 206 Suppl, 55| The fact that the tie of affinity is less than the tie of ~ 207 Suppl, 55| persons with the degrees of affinity or ~consanguinity should 208 Suppl, 55| persons within the ~degrees of affinity or consanguinity ought not 209 Suppl, 55| annulled on account of ~affinity or consanguinity.~Aquin.: 210 Suppl, 55| contrary, Consanguinity and affinity forbid the contracting of 211 Suppl, 55| the contract. Therefore if affinity or consanguinity be ~proved, 212 Suppl, 55| those related by blood or by affinity, who cannot ~without incest 213 Suppl, 55| related to each other by affinity or ~consanguinity?~Aquin.: 214 Suppl, 55| between persons related by ~affinity or consanguinity. Because 215 Suppl, 55| marriage ~of relatives by affinity and consanguinity is unlawful. 216 Suppl, 56| of generation. Wherefore ~affinity is not contracted except 217 Suppl, 56| husband passes to his wife by ~affinity. Much more therefore does 218 Suppl, 56| is by way of a kind of ~affinity; wherefore it would seem 219 Suppl, 56| carnal relationship both by affinity ~and consanguinity to the 220 Suppl, 57| third is like a kind of affinity, and is between the adoptive 221 Suppl, 58| wife's sister he contracts affinity, ~with his wife. But affinity 222 Suppl, 58| affinity, ~with his wife. But affinity voids the marriage contract. 223 Suppl, 58| account of the resultant affinity. If, ~however, the connection 224 Suppl, 58| sin as on account of the affinity which it causes. For this ~ 225 Suppl, 58| included in ~the impediment of affinity.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[58] A[ 226 Suppl, 59| it. Such is the case with affinity (Q[55], ~A[6]): and it is


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