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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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defects

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1 1, 21 | call by that name. ~Now defects are not removed, except 2 1, 21 | given to things by God expel defects, it belongs to mercy.~Aquin.: 3 1, 22 | particular ~provider excludes all defects from what is subject to 4 1, 22 | Hence, ~corruption and defects in natural things are said 5 1, 22 | providence to permit certain defects in particular ~effects, 6 1, 23 | belongs to permit certain defects in those things which are 7 1, 96 | two ~remedies, against two defects. One of these defects was 8 1, 96 | two defects. One of these defects was the lost of ~humidity 9 1, 98 | been ~certain infantile defects which result from birth; 10 1, 98 | from birth; but not senile defects ~leading to corruption.~ 11 1, 102 | chance," that is to say, that defects may be found ~in these things 12 1, 105 | He cleanses by removing defects of intellect and ~will, 13 2, 14 | understood without ~any of the defects which are to be found in 14 2, 31 | sought as remedies for bodily defects or troubles, whence various 15 2, 42 | OBJ 2: Further, natural defects such as death and the like 16 2, 42 | natural death and other like defects. But sometimes evil ~of 17 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 3: Death and other defects of nature are the effects 18 2, 68 | given as ~remedies to these defects.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[68] A[ 19 2, 68 | virtues and to ~remedy certain defects, as is shown in the passage 20 2, 72 | defect." Now individual defects are corruptions of individual ~ 21 2, 77 | which result from bodily defects, rather than those which 22 2, 78 | being. Now the ~worst of all defects is defect of principle. 23 2, 81 | transmitted, from the fact ~that defects of the body are transmitted 24 2, 81 | soul, and ~since the soul's defects redound into the body, and 25 2, 81 | granted that some ~bodily defects are transmitted by way of 26 2, 81 | granted that even some defects of the soul are transmitted 27 2, 81 | punishments, ~but as actual defects. This, however, seems unreasonable. 28 2, 82 | comprised among the material ~defects of original sin.~Aquin.: 29 2, 85 | Whether death and other bodily defects are the result of sin?~( 30 2, 85 | Whether death and other bodily defects are the result of sin?~Aquin.: 31 2, 85 | that death and other bodily defects are not the ~result of sin. 32 2, 85 | equal effects. Now these defects ~are not equal in all, but 33 2, 85 | from which especially these defects seem to result, is ~equal 34 2, 85 | Therefore death and suchlike ~defects are not the result of sin.~ 35 2, 85 | effect is removed. But ~these defects are not removed, when all 36 2, 85 | Therefore death and other bodily defects are not the result of sin.~ 37 2, 85 | as death and such like defects are beside the ~intention 38 2, 85 | itself, the ~cause of these defects. Accidentally, one thing 39 2, 85 | death and all such like defects in human nature, in so far 40 2, 85 | and all ~consequent bodily defects are punishments of original 41 2, 85 | original sin. And although ~the defects are not intended by the 42 2, 85 | bodies are subject to more defects, some to ~fewer, although 43 2, 85 | cause ~that removes these defects, according to the Apostle ( 44 2, 85 | not that we ~may ward off defects of the body, as original 45 2, 85 | sin does not cause those defects, as original sin does.~Aquin.: 46 2, 85 | Whether death and other defects are natural to man?~Aquin.: 47 2, 85 | that death and such like defects are natural to ~man. For " 48 2, 85 | that death and such like defects are natural ~to man.~Aquin.: 49 2, 85 | But death ~and such like defects are the punishment of original 50 2, 87 | the principle be saved, ~defects can be repaired by virtue 51 2, 87 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Such like defects of those who are born with 52 2, 93 | in natural ~contingents defects occur. Therefore they are 53 2, 93 | Reply OBJ 3: Although the defects which occur in natural things 54 2, 93 | above ~(A[1]), hence the defects of natural things are subject 55 2, 94 | frequently we encounter ~defects. Accordingly then in speculative 56 2, 99 | rescue man from both these defects. Thus among the articles 57 2, 102 | priesthood on account of defects in the body, as stated in 58 2, 102 | an ~antidote to the four defects of leprosy: for cedar-wood, 59 2, 102 | Because bodily stains or defects ~wherefrom the priests had 60 2, 14 | and dulness of sense are defects in ~connection with the 61 2, 15 | warned off those particular defects whereby ~their faith might 62 2, 28 | has, nevertheless many defects, which cause the appetite 63 2, 28 | whereby he supplies the defects of his neighbor. But of 64 2, 28 | whereby we ~supply others' defects is a sacrifice more acceptable 65 2, 51 | follows that all the opposite defects are reducible to the four 66 2, 73 | wont to think little of the defects of children and imbeciles: ~ 67 2, 75 | is ~impossible to avoid defects on the part of the thing 68 2, 75 | if any of the foregoing defects be ~in the thing sold, and 69 2, 75 | seller is bound to state the defects of the thing sold?~Aquin.: 70 2, 75 | is not bound to state the defects ~of the thing sold. Since 71 2, 75 | But if a man states the defects of the goods he ~has for 72 2, 75 | is not bound to state the defects ~of the thing sold.~Aquin.: 73 2, 75 | In all contracts the ~defects of the salable commodity 74 2, 75 | Wherefore if such like defects be hidden, and the seller 75 2, 75 | Ethic. i, 3). Hence if the defects of ~the goods offered for 76 2, 75 | with the buyer unless such defects be made known to ~him. The 77 2, 75 | would be different if the defects were manifest.~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 75 | by the public crier ~the defects of the goods one is offering 79 2, 75 | begin by announcing its defects, the bidders would be frightened 80 2, 80 | afflicted on account of ~the defects of the present life, on 81 2, 83 | being, on account of the defects which he perceives in himself, 82 2, 102 | the grace of Christ from ~defects of the soul, but not from 83 2, 102 | of the soul, but not from defects of the body, as the Apostle ~ 84 2, 108 | order to ward off injury or defects from another: as neither 85 2, 142 | is less ashamed of those defects which are not the result 86 2, 162 | death and other bodily defects are similarly found in ~ 87 2, 162 | death and other bodily ~defects. For life and soundness 88 2, 162 | death, sickness, and all defects of the ~body are due to 89 2, 162 | also are ~death and all defects of the body.~Aquin.: SMT 90 2, 162 | was maintained. ~But the defects resulting from this withdrawal 91 2, 162 | human nature incurred penal defects. Hence they were ~punished 92 3, 4 | whether perfections or defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[4] Out. 93 3, 7 | effects of grace with certain ~defects on the part of the recipient 94 3, 7 | grace, there should be any ~defects such as faith and hope imply; 95 3, 8 | and springs from divers defects, as Dionysius ~says (Div. 96 3, 14 | Out. Para. 1/2 - OF THE DEFECTS OF BODY ASSUMED BY THE SON 97 3, 14 | We must now consider the defects Christ assumed in the human 98 3, 14 | nature; and ~first, of the defects of body; secondly, of the 99 3, 14 | of body; secondly, of the defects of soul.~Aquin.: SMT TP 100 3, 14 | assumed in human nature defects ~of body?~(2) Whether He 101 3, 14 | of being subject to these defects?~(3) Whether He contracted 102 3, 14 | Whether He contracted these defects?~(4) Whether He assumed 103 3, 14 | Whether He assumed all these defects?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 104 3, 14 | nature ought to have assumed defects of ~body?~Aquin.: SMT TP 105 3, 14 | assumed human ~nature with defects of body. For as His soul 106 3, 14 | did no guile." Therefore ~defects of body, which are penalties, 107 3, 14 | But by such like bodily defects, the end of the Incarnation 108 3, 14 | nature with infirmities or ~defects of body.~Aquin.: SMT TP 109 3, 14 | to human infirmities and defects; and especially for three ~ 110 3, 14 | other. But these bodily defects, to wit, death, ~hunger, 111 3, 14 | it is subject to these ~defects, if the Son of God had assumed 112 3, 14 | human nature without these ~defects, He would not have seemed 113 3, 14 | against human passibility and defects. Hence it is said (Heb. 114 3, 14 | necessity subject to these defects?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 115 3, 14 | necessity subject to these ~defects. For it is written (Is. 116 3, 14 | necessity ~subject to bodily defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 117 3, 14 | necessary. Therefore these defects were not of necessity in 118 3, 14 | own body. Therefore these defects were not of necessity ~in 119 3, 14 | necessity of suffering these defects was in Christ's flesh.~Aquin.: 120 3, 14 | of death and other like ~defects, since, as was said (A[1], 121 3, 14 | clear that in Christ these ~defects were not of necessity as 122 3, 14 | Christ contracted these defects?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 123 3, 14 | Christ contracted bodily defects. For we are ~said to contract 124 3, 14 | nature, derived His bodily defects and infirmities ~through 125 3, 14 | flesh was subject to these ~defects. Therefore it seems that 126 3, 14 | that He contracted these defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 127 3, 14 | likened to other men in these defects, as is ~written Heb. 2:17. 128 3, 14 | other men contract these defects. Therefore it ~seems that 129 3, 14 | Christ contracted these defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 130 3, 14 | 1~On the contrary, These defects are contracted through sin, 131 3, 14 | did not contract these ~defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 132 3, 14 | of death and such like ~defects in human nature is sin, 133 3, 14 | hence they who incur these defects, as ~due to sin, are properly 134 3, 14 | Now Christ had not these ~defects, as due to sin, since, as 135 3, 14 | assumed human nature without defects. Thus it is ~clear that 136 3, 14 | Christ did not contract these defects as if taking them upon ~ 137 3, 14 | therefore contracted these defects. ~But from the Virgin, Christ' 138 3, 14 | Therefore He had these defects - not ~that He contracted 139 3, 14 | death and other corporeal defects of human ~nature is twofold: 140 3, 14 | cause of death and other defects is sin, whereby original 141 3, 14 | to ~have contracted these defects, but to have assumed them.~ 142 3, 14 | not in ~the cause of these defects; and hence, unlike others, 143 3, 14 | have assumed all the bodily defects of men?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[ 144 3, 14 | assumed all the bodily ~defects of men. For Damascene says ( 145 3, 14 | Christ came to cure all our defects. ~Therefore He ought to 146 3, 14 | to have assumed all our defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 147 3, 14 | perfective habits of soul and defects of body. ~Now as regards 148 3, 14 | ought to have assumed all defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 149 3, 14 | Further, amongst all bodily defects death holds the chief place. ~ 150 3, 14 | He to have assumed ~other defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 151 3, 14 | 2), Christ assumed human defects ~in order to satisfy for 152 3, 14 | ought to have assumed those defects which flow from the ~common 153 3, 14 | Him to ~assume all human defects or infirmities. For there 154 3, 14 | infirmities. For there are some defects that ~are incompatible with 155 3, 14 | well-doing. Some ~other defects do not flow from the whole 156 3, 14 | and the like; and these ~defects are sometimes brought about 157 3, 14 | But there are ~some third defects, to be found amongst all 158 3, 14 | the like; and ~all these defects Christ assumed, which Damascene ( 159 3, 14 | Reply OBJ 1: All particular defects of men are caused by the ~ 160 3, 14 | consequently healed all other defects.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[14] A[ 161 3, 14 | absolutely. But He assumed our defects economically, in order to 162 3, 14 | first parent; ~but not other defects, although they are less 163 3, 15 | Out. Para. 1/1 - OF THE DEFECTS OF SOUL ASSUMED BY CHRIST ( 164 3, 15 | We must now consider the defects pertaining to the soul; 165 3, 15 | 1]), Christ assumed our ~defects that He might satisfy for 166 3, 15 | the first cause of these ~defects, which is sin, as above 167 3, 15 | under the necessity of these defects, in ~the sense that there 168 3, 15 | proximate ~cause of these defects, which is composition of 169 3, 15 | under the necessity of these defects, as was said above (Q[14]~, 170 3, 26 | seminally, contracted the bodily defects which ~are conveyed by seminal 171 3, 39 | while He was subject to the defects of infancy. But when He 172 3, 43 | so great a power ~so many defects and ailments and grievances 173 3, 46 | sufferings which are ~allied with defects of knowledge, or of grace, 174 3, 46 | human ~body with its natural defects. Consequently, it seems 175 3, 46 | stated, when treating of the defects assumed ~by Christ (Q[15], 176 3, 52 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Those defects from which Christ altogether 177 3, 52 | delivered from their personal defects, but not from the ~common 178 3, 62 | OBJ 2: Further, the soul's defects are caused by sin. But all 179 3, 62 | the removal of the soul's defects, it ~cannot confer anything 180 3, 62 | namely, to take away the defects consequent on past sins, 181 3, 65 | be a remedy against ~the defects caused by sin. And in either 182 3, 65 | to the virtues and to the defects and penal effects resulting 183 3, 65 | remedies ~against supervening defects. And among these, Extreme 184 3, 69 | concupiscence and other defects to which he is ~subject, 185 3, 69 | justice. Therefore these defects ~will not be taken away 186 3, 69 | are both the aforesaid defects diminished, so that man 187 3, 82 | ordained as priests incur defects whereby they ~are hindered 188 3, 83 | this mystery.~(6) Of the defects which occur in the celebration 189 3, 83 | since, owing to our daily defects, we stand in daily ~need 190 3, 83 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the defects occurring during the celebration 191 3, 83 | OBJ 1: It seems that the defects occurring during the celebration 192 3, 83 | not seem then that such defects or dangers can be met by 193 3, 83 | answer that, Dangers or defects happening to this sacrament 194 3, 89 | the power to bring all ~defects back to perfection, and 195 Suppl, 20| Penance delivers man from all defects of guilt, but not ~from 196 Suppl, 20| guilt, but not ~from all defects of punishment, since even 197 Suppl, 29| the Church supply man's defects ~sufficiently with respect 198 Suppl, 30| not an antidote to those defects ~which deprive man of spiritual 199 Suppl, 30| but ~is a remedy for such defects as weaken man spiritually, 200 Suppl, 30| grace or of glory; which ~defects consist in nothing else 201 Suppl, 39| that, Boyhood and other defects which remove the use of 202 Suppl, 58| calidity, since all natural defects are reduced to frigidity.~ 203 Suppl, 58| frigidity, because both ~are defects of nature (Sent. iv, D, 204 Suppl, 79| there will be certain actual defects in the bodies of the blessed, ~ 205 Suppl, 81| nothing. Hence ~such like defects will remain in glorified 206 Suppl, 83| rise again without ~these defects.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[86] A[ 207 Suppl, 83| these ~deformities and like defects such as fevers and similar 208 Suppl, 83| such like deformities and defects will remain in the bodies 209 Suppl, 83| Consequently those who had ~natural defects in the body, or deformities 210 Suppl, 83| restored without those defects or deformities at the resurrection, 211 Suppl, 83| person rise again with such ~defects and deformities, this will 212 Suppl, 83| yet have ~deformities and defects which one who is about to 213 Suppl, 83| resurrection: whereas those ~defects in the human body which 214 Suppl, 83| movement is one of those defects which are the ~natural result 215 Suppl, 89| it necessary for all such defects to be done away by glory: 216 Suppl, 92| freeing the soul from all defects; for instance by making


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