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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 4 | seem to be imperfect, as seed is the beginning of animal 2 1, 4 | something ~perfect. For seed, though it be the principle 3 1, 4 | life reproduced ~through seed, has previous to it, the 4 1, 19 | defect of active power in the seed it may happen that a ~child 5 1, 20 | of the angels, but of the seed of Abraham He taketh hold" ( 6 1, 25 | for instance, from the seed of man, a man must come, ~ 7 1, 51 | demons, it is not from the seed of such demons, nor from 8 1, 51 | assumed bodies, but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; 9 1, 51 | just as they take the seed of other things for other 10 1, 62 | 9) grace is ~called the "seed" of God. As, then, in Augustine' 11 1, 69 | course by ~the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says 12 1, 69 | green herb, and such as may seed," as ~indicating the production 13 1, 69 | species, from which ~the seed of others should arise. 14 1, 70 | as were plants yielding seed, as also were ~animals and 15 1, 71 | them are generated from seed. ~Therefore the words, " 16 1, 71 | naturally, without ~any kind of seed. This, however, seems repugnant 17 1, 71 | naturally generated from seed cannot be generated naturally 18 1, 71 | that are generated from seed, the active ~principle lies 19 1, 71 | the formative power of the seed, but that in the case ~of 20 1, 71 | elemental matter by the power of seed ~or the influence of the 21 1, 74 | generated in ~water, and the seed of all animals is liquid. 22 1, 52 | demons, it is not from the seed of such demons, nor from 23 1, 52 | assumed bodies, but from the seed of men taken for the purpose; 24 1, 52 | just as they take the seed of other things for other 25 1, 63 | 9) grace is ~called the "seed" of God. As, then, in Augustine' 26 1, 70 | course by ~the production of seed. Wherefore Scripture says 27 1, 70 | green herb, and such as may seed," as ~indicating the production 28 1, 70 | species, from which ~the seed of others should arise. 29 1, 71 | as were plants yielding seed, as also were ~animals and 30 1, 71 | them are generated from seed. ~Therefore the words, " 31 1, 71 | naturally, without ~any kind of seed. This, however, seems repugnant 32 1, 71 | naturally generated from seed cannot be generated naturally 33 1, 71 | that are generated from seed, the active ~principle lies 34 1, 71 | the formative power of the seed, but that in the case ~of 35 1, 71 | elemental matter by the power of seed ~or the influence of the 36 1, 73 | generated in ~water, and the seed of all animals is liquid. 37 1, 90 | something in the nature of a ~seed, as Augustine says (De Trin. 38 1, 90 | Perfect animals, produced from seed, cannot be made by the ~ 39 1, 91 | fitting matter and not from seed: others possess the active 40 1, 91 | which are generated from ~seed; for the noblest vital function 41 1, 91 | active force in the male seed tends to the ~production 42 1, 109 | the angels use ~corporeal seed to produce certain effects. 43 1, 114 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The seed of the male is the active 44 1, 114 | But that can be called seed also which the ~female contributes 45 1, 114 | principle. And thus the word "seed" ~covers both active and 46 1, 114 | causal virtues, just as ~seed is a kind of cause: for 47 1, 114 | seminal virtues," ~because seed is not a separate principle; 48 1, 115 | progression of offspring and seed." ~Nothing therefore seems 49 1, 116 | way we might say that the seed ~of a great tree is virtually 50 2, 70 | Holy Ghost, as of a Divine seed, for it is written ~(1 Jn. 51 2, 70 | committeth no sin, for His seed ~abideth in him."~Aquin.: 52 2, 70 | the product of spiritual seed, as stated (A[1]~). But 53 2, 70 | growing from a ~spiritual seed in a good ground, viz. " 54 2, 70 | from a source as from a seed or root, the difference ~ 55 2, 71 | some elemental force in the seed, as stated in Phys. ~ii. 56 2, 81 | those, who are born ~of the seed of Adam, will die: since 57 2, 98 | promises made and to his seed. He saith not, 'And to ~ 58 2, 98 | but as of one, 'And to thy seed,' which is ~Christ." And 59 2, 98 | Christ should be born of his ~seed: but of gratuitous election 60 2, 98 | fathers, and chose their seed after them." And if again 61 2, 98 | promise concerning the "seed, ~which is Christ" (Gal. 62 2, 98 | transgressions, until the seed should come, to whom He 63 2, 102 | seqq.: "Whosoever of thy seed throughout their families, 64 2, 102 | suffered from a flow of seed, whether due to weakness, 65 2, 102 | employed human blood and seed. All these bodily uncleannesses ~ 66 2, 102 | of empty words, for "the seed is ~the word of God." The 67 2, 102 | are cultivated either from seed, or from a graft, or from 68 2, 103 | s promise concerning his seed to come, in which all nations 69 2, 103 | Wherefore, as long as this seed was yet to come, it was ~ 70 2, 107 | contains its species, and a seed contains the whole tree, ~ 71 2, 107 | tree is contained in the seed.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[107] A[ 72 2, 114 | equal to it virtually as the seed of ~a tree, wherein the 73 2, 114 | is conceived of unclean seed" (Job 14:4).~Aquin.: SMT 74 2, 114 | above the virtuality of the seed, although above its quantity.~ 75 2, 16 | like to a grain of mustard seed," etc.: "Charity ~flows 76 2, 23 | committeth not sin; for His seed abideth in him, and he cannot 77 2, 60 | because ~the sower of the seed in the field, has the harvest, 78 2, 63 | more importunate, for the seed springs in us from other 79 2, 120 | and afterwards sows his seed, according ~to Jer. 4:3, " 80 2, 163 | likeness ~of a woman. The seed of the devil is the temptation 81 2, 163 | temptation to evil, the seed of ~the woman is the fruit 82 2, 174 | the face of the world with seed." Moreover those who were ~ 83 2, 176 | faith as a grain of mustard seed you shall say to this ~mountain: 84 2, 185 | the just forsaken, nor his seed ~seeking bread." Moreover 85 2, 186 | He that received the seed'] among thorns, is he ~that 86 3, 5 | not ~conceived of human seed." And Hilary expounds it 87 3, 6 | are ~conceived from the seed of man, and Christ is not. 88 3, 8 | the angels, but of the ~seed of Abraham He taketh hold." 89 3, 15 | goes on to ~say: "As in the seed there is a visible bulk 90 3, 15 | did not ~spring from the seed of man, but far otherwise - 91 3, 16 | Who was made to Him of the seed of ~David according to the 92 3, 16 | Christ, as man, is of the seed of ~David according to the 93 3, 16 | already existing of the "seed of ~David according to the 94 3, 16 | expounds it), ~being of the seed of David according to the 95 3, 16 | God having flesh of the seed of David to the honor of 96 3, 24 | was made to Him of the seed of David according to the 97 3, 24 | respect of His being of the seed of David according to ~the 98 3, 28 | Mother conceived Him of the seed of ~Joseph; and consequently 99 3, 28 | from a virgin without the seed of the male.~Aquin.: SMT 100 3, 28 | iv), ~in conception the seed of the male is not by way 101 3, 28 | matter. Wherefore though the ~seed of the male was lacking 102 3, 28 | R.O. 5 Para. 2/2~But if the seed of the male were the matter 103 3, 28 | transgressions, until the seed should come, to ~whom He 104 3, 31 | of the angels: but of the seed of Abraham ~He taketh hold." 105 3, 31 | He taketh hold." But the seed of Abraham was derived from 106 3, 31 | not conceived from the ~seed of man. Thus it did not 107 3, 31 | descended from Adam by man's seed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[31] A[ 108 3, 31 | Christ took flesh of the seed of David?~Aquin.: SMT TP 109 3, 31 | did not take flesh of the seed of ~David. For Matthew, 110 3, 31 | shall not be a man of his seed that shall sit upon ~the 111 3, 31 | Therefore Christ was not of the seed ~of Jechonias: nor, consequently, 112 3, 31 | was made to him of the ~seed of David according to the 113 3, 31 | Abraham (Gn. 22:18): "In thy seed ~shall all the nations of 114 3, 31 | promises made and to ~his seed. He saith not, 'And to his 115 3, 31 | as of one, ~'And to thy seed,' which is Christ." And 116 3, 31 | that Christ was of the seed of Abraham, what must we 117 3, 31 | both that Christ was of the seed of David according to the 118 3, 31 | posterity will be born of the seed of Jechonias. And so ~Christ 119 3, 31 | And so ~Christ is of his seed. Neither is the fact that 120 3, 31 | that Christ was of the seed of Jechonias.~Aquin.: SMT 121 3, 31 | was made . . . of the ~seed of David according to the 122 3, 31 | according to the flesh." But the seed of David was ~something 123 3, 31 | being conceived from the seed of a man. For ~this reason, 124 3, 31 | Christ is said to ~be of the seed of David, according to the 125 3, 31 | Further, Christ is of the seed of Abraham according to 126 3, 32 | is ~conceived is as the seed in generation. But the Holy 127 3, 32 | did not take ~the place of seed in Christ's conception. 128 3, 32 | Ghost took the place of seed: but we say that ~Christ' 129 3, 32 | Ghost took the place of seed in this conception. For 130 3, 32 | entering instead of the seed." And Damascene says (De 131 3, 32 | her, like unto a Divine seed."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 132 3, 32 | Power of ~the Most High, to seed, by reason of the active 133 3, 32 | Ghost took the place of seed, considered as a ~corporeal 134 3, 32 | is born is the son of the seed; for neither is the hair ~ 135 3, 32 | is the man born like the seed, but like the man who ~begot 136 3, 32 | the action of the ~male seed.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[32] A[ 137 3, 33 | father ~generating from seed, in which the formative 138 3, 33 | body was not formed by the ~seed of man, as stated above ( 139 3, 35 | movement, so gives life to all seed, that it is ~not compounded 140 3, 35 | He was ~begotten, not of seed, but of the Holy Ghost and 141 3, 35 | He was made . . . of the seed of David according to the ~ 142 3, 36 | whom they are ~made the seed of Abraham.~Aquin.: SMT 143 3, 37 | woman, having ~received seed, shall bear a man-child, 144 3, 37 | child without receiving the seed of man. Therefore she had ~ 145 3, 37 | child "without receiving ~seed." It is therefore clear 146 3, 39 | Mary's womb without the seed of a man: ~since the corporeal 147 3, 46 | Christ ~called Himself the seed." Consequently, unless He 148 3, 53 | hard that David from whose ~seed Christ is descended, was 149 3, 59 | the angels, but of the seed of Abraham He taketh hold." 150 3, 64 | 17,18: ~"Whosoever of thy seed throughout their families, 151 3, 66 | was yet to be born of the seed of Abraham, whose faith 152 3, 70 | was ~said to him: "In thy seed shall all the nations of 153 3, 70 | Christ would be born of his seed. Secondly, because it was ~ 154 3, 74 | which can be grown from the seed of the wheat (as wild wheat ~ 155 3, 74 | as wild wheat ~from wheat seed grown in bad ground), the 156 3, 77 | Virgin's womb, "without the seed of man" (Hymn ~for Christmas, 157 3, 80 | The man from whom the ~seed of copulation goeth out . . . 158 3, 83 | by shedding of blood or seed are reconciled: ~because 159 3, 83 | of blood or of anyone's seed; because, just as a child 160 Suppl, 36| contrary, "Whosoever of the seed of Aaron throughout their ~ 161 Suppl, 36| Aaron: Whosoever of ~thy seed,'etc.]" (Lev. 21:17,18). 162 Suppl, 47| women, ~and because the seed of Chanaan was to be cast 163 Suppl, 47| which ~was promised to the seed of the patriarchs. Hence 164 Suppl, 52| womb in relation to the seed of ~man is like the land 165 Suppl, 52| is reasonable that the ~seed received by the mother should 166 Suppl, 54| transformed into the man's seed or ~into the menstrual fluid 167 Suppl, 55| issue, in order to raise up seed to ~his brother. This was 168 Suppl, 56| part of the person of whose seed the child is born; and not 169 Suppl, 56| only the father, of whose seed the child is born, is ~related 170 Suppl, 64| man who had an issue of seed was unclean, ~even as a 171 Suppl, 64| man who has an issue of seed may ask ~for the debt. Therefore 172 Suppl, 64| Reply OBJ 1: The issue of seed in a man is the result of 173 Suppl, 64| of infirmity, nor ~is the seed in this case apt for generation. 174 Suppl, 72| species ~as those begotten of seed, as the Commentator says 175 Suppl, 72| process of generation from seed. Wherefore even granted 176 Suppl, 75| body as compared to the seed.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[78] A[ 177 Suppl, 76| is engendered, from blood seed, and so ~on until a man 178 Suppl, 77| are produced from food, ~seed comes nearest to the truth 179 Suppl, 77| superfluous ~it is needed. Yet seed will not rise again in the 180 Suppl, 77| 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Seed is not required for the 181 Suppl, 77| the generative ~power, as seed, or by the act of the nutritive 182 Suppl, 77| by his father, ~since the seed is from the surplus of food, 183 Suppl, 77| that what was changed into seed was not ~that which belong 184 Suppl, 77| surplus food be changed into seed, that which belonged to 185 Suppl, 77| the child begotten of that seed. And thus, since the ~same 186 Suppl, 77| that it is possible for the seed ~whereof the child is begotten 187 Suppl, 77| which is begotten of the seed of which the human race 188 Suppl, 77| who is begotten of the seed of the former. For they 189 Suppl, 77| former. For they assert that seed is ~the surplus from food, 190 Suppl, 77| radical when begotten ~of the seed, and nutrimental when produced 191 Suppl, 77| in the substance of the seed will rise again in this 192 Suppl, 77| who was ~begotten of this seed; because this belongs chiefly 193 Suppl, 77| what is produced from the seed will rise again, not ~because 194 Suppl, 77| but in Eve, just as the seed will rise again, ~not in 195 Suppl, 77| opinion asserts that the seed is not from the surplus ~ 196 Suppl, 77| is not changed into the seed whereof the ~child is begotten. 197 Suppl, 77| eaten to be changed into ~seed, because it is after much 198 Suppl, 77| much separation that the seed is distilled from ~the food, 199 Suppl, 77| distilled from ~the food, since seed is the ultimate surplus 200 Suppl, 77| flesh which is changed into seed belongs to the truth of 201 Suppl, 77| nature in the one born of the seed more than in the one of 202 Suppl, 77| one of whose flesh ~the seed was the product. Hence according 203 Suppl, 77| whatever was changed into the seed will rise again in the person ~ 204 Suppl, 77| the person ~born of the seed; while the remaining matter 205 Suppl, 77| him of ~whose flesh the seed was the product.~Aquin.: 206 Suppl, 77| the one begotten of that seed; unless it contain something 207 Suppl, 77| whose flesh being ~eaten the seed was produced, for this would 208 Suppl, 77| not being changed ~into seed, will clearly rise again 209 Suppl, 77| since it does not hold the seed to be from the surplus food: ~ 210 Suppl, 77| what is ~produced from the seed will all rise again even 211 Suppl, 78| it is more perfect in the seed than ~in the mature man. 212 Suppl, 78| the formative power of the seed, which is ~unable to bring 213 Suppl, 88| Me . . . then ~also the seed of Israel shall fail, so 214 Suppl, 88| before Me ~for ever." Now the seed of Israel shall never fail, 215 Suppl, 88| the days of the ~earth, seed time and harvest," etc. 216 Suppl, 88| as the earth is fit for seed time and harvest, the movement 217 Suppl, 88| of the ~duration of the seed of Israel with regard to 218 Suppl, 88| the words: "Then also the seed of Israel shall fail, so 219 Suppl, 93| as being the product of seed: for it is ~in this sense 220 Suppl, 93| fruit is the ~product of seed in so far as the seed power 221 Suppl, 93| of seed in so far as the seed power is capable of transforming ~ 222 Suppl, 93| result. Now the spiritual seed which is sown in us is the 223 Suppl, 93| has attained ~through the seed of God's Word.~Aquin.: SMT 224 Suppl, 93| fruit, as produced from ~seed, is more adapted to continence


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