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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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relationship

    Part, Question
1 1, 12 | 2~Hence we know that His relationship with creatures so far as 2 1, 13 | applied to God signify His relationship towards creatures: thus 3 1, 28 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Relationship is not predicated of God 4 1, 61 | stands in evidence from the relationship of creature to creature; ~ 5 1, 61 | creature; ~because the mutual relationship of creatures makes up the 6 1, 61 | created as to bear some relationship to the corporeal creature, 7 1, 61 | in order ~to show their relationship to corporeal nature, and 8 1, 66 | those ~which have a general relationship to things. And, therefore, 9 1, 76 | which have an indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative whole 10 1, 62 | stands in evidence from the relationship of creature to creature; ~ 11 1, 62 | creature; ~because the mutual relationship of creatures makes up the 12 1, 62 | created as to bear some relationship to the corporeal creature, 13 1, 62 | in order ~to show their relationship to corporeal nature, and 14 1, 67 | those ~which have a general relationship to things. And, therefore, 15 1, 75 | which have an indifferent relationship to a ~quantitative whole 16 1, 78 | but it must be one in its ~relationship to all those things from 17 1, 84 | object, we must consider its ~relationship to that quiddity in order 18 1, 87 | state of life has a natural relationship to the natures of ~material 19 1, 91 | of ~generation. But close relationship makes a person unfit for 20 2, 6 | aspect of end, and the ~relationship of the means to that end. 21 2, 6 | the aspect of end, ~or the relationship of an act to the end. Such 22 2, 6 | ignorance has a threefold relationship to the act of the will: ~ 23 2, 19 | For the end has a closer relationship to the will than ~to any 24 2, 22 | them: (3) ~Their mutual relationship: (4) Their malice and goodness.~ 25 2, 35 | their species from ~their relationship to something extrinsic, 26 2, 84 | on account of a natural relationship of the ends to one ~another: 27 2, 90 | needs regard principally the relationship to ~happiness. Moreover, 28 2, 90 | needs regard properly the relationship to ~universal happiness. 29 2, 104 | neighbor, for such is the relationship of a ~slave to his master, 30 2, 104 | directed, as pertaining to the relationship between man and man, and ~ 31 2, 105 | justice on account of his relationship." Hence it is ~evident that 32 2, 4 | A[1] Body Para. 3/5~The relationship of the act of faith to the 33 2, 8 | without grace?~(6) Of the relationship of the gift of understanding 34 2, 8 | actions have a ~certain relationship to faith: since "faith worketh 35 2, 18 | may stand in a threefold relationship to charity. In one ~way 36 2, 29 | whom it unites, to a mutual relationship: it turns the inferior to 37 2, 56 | intercourse." Now ~this implies relationship of one man to another. Therefore 38 2, 119 | men on account of their ~relationship to God. Hence it belongs 39 2, 127 | things. Now virtue bears a relationship to two things, ~first to 40 2, 147 | answer that, Virtue includes relationship to two things, to the ~contrary 41 2, 152 | mutually united by spiritual relationship, is a sacrilege ~after the 42 2, 171 | Divine essence save only a ~relationship to the creature - and because 43 3, 14 | OBJ 2: From the natural relationship which is between the soul 44 3, 14 | glory. Yet this ~natural relationship in Christ was subject to 45 3, 19 | many if we consider their relationship to various objects. And 46 3, 28 | the same mother; but by relationship, as being ~blood-relations 47 3, 35 | made from some matter, the ~relationship of motherhood and sonship 48 3, 59 | consider first of all the relationship subsisting between Christ' 49 3, 60 | secret"; or from having some relationship to this sanctity, which ~ 50 3, 60 | to this sanctity, which ~relationship may be that of a cause, 51 3, 75 | black." Yet because of the relationship ~of the extremes in all 52 3, 76 | sacrament, we express a kind of ~relationship to this sacrament. According 53 3, 76 | on them, but because the relationship of Christ's body ~to those 54 3, 76 | s body have no immediate relationship either to ~this sacrament 55 Suppl, 50| which denotes the close relationship between two persons, in ~ 56 Suppl, 50| where we have a close relationship between two ~persons arising 57 Suppl, 54| flesh," on account of the relationship between them. Therefore 58 Suppl, 54| one corresponds to the ~relationship between cause and effect, 59 Suppl, 54| corresponding to the first ~relationship, the "ascending" line corresponding 60 Suppl, 54| the series but a mutual relationship existing ~between certain 61 Suppl, 55| they do not acquire any ~relationship of affinity. ~Aquin.: SMT 62 Suppl, 55| begotten is in the same kind of relationship, ~but in a different degree, 63 Suppl, 55| enters ~into a new kind of relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[55] A[ 64 Suppl, 55| affinity; ~since affinity is a relationship between persons that results 65 Suppl, 55| follows: Affinity is the ~relationship of persons which results 66 Suppl, 55| justice of public honesty is a relationship arising ~out of betrothal, 67 Suppl, 55| cause, namely that this relationship was instituted by the Church ~ 68 Suppl, 55| produces the same species ~of relationship; the other is by the marriage 69 Suppl, 55| produces a ~different kind of relationship from the beginning: thus 70 Suppl, 55| affinity but another kind of relationship; and ~consequently a married 71 Suppl, 55| through marriage ~contracts relationship with an affine of the second 72 Suppl, 55| in ~the same way as the relationship arising out of betrothal. 73 Suppl, 55| Wherefore since the degrees of relationship are ~distinguished in reference 74 Suppl, 55| degrees in propinquity of relationship can only be ~taken in reference 75 Suppl, 55| difference in the kind of relationship but not in ~the degrees. 76 Suppl, 56| IMPEDIMENT OF SPIRITUAL RELATIONSHIP (FIVE ARTICLES)~We must 77 Suppl, 56| impediment of spiritual relationship: under ~which head there 78 Suppl, 56| inquiry:~(1) Whether spiritual relationship is an impediment to marriage? ~( 79 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual relationship is an impediment to marriage?~ 80 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship is not an impediment to ~ 81 Suppl, 56| marriage good. Now spiritual relationship is not contrary to a ~marriage 82 Suppl, 56| marriage. But spiritual relationship sometimes stands together 83 Suppl, 56| he contracts a ~spiritual relationship with his wife, and yet the 84 Suppl, 56| dissolved. Therefore spiritual relationship is not an impediment to ~ 85 Suppl, 56| Therefore since spiritual relationship ~is a union of the spirit, 86 Suppl, 56| effects. Now spiritual ~relationship is apparently contrary to 87 Suppl, 56| worship, since ~spiritual relationship is a kinship resulting from 88 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship has not this effect.~Aquin.: 89 Suppl, 56| follows that spiritual ~relationship should also be an impediment.~ 90 Suppl, 56| reason can a ~spiritual relationship hinder marriage than bodily 91 Suppl, 56| hinder marriage than bodily relationship does.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] 92 Suppl, 56| Church. Therefore as carnal ~relationship hinders marriage, even so 93 Suppl, 56| even so does spiritual relationship by ~command of the Church. 94 Suppl, 56| reference ~to spiritual relationship, since either it precedes 95 Suppl, 56| For ~either the spiritual relationship is contracted in a case 96 Suppl, 56| action has occasioned the relationship acted with due ~caution, 97 Suppl, 56| action has occasioned the relationship, loses the right to ask 98 Suppl, 56| OBJ 1: Although spiritual relationship does not hinder any of the ~ 99 Suppl, 56| friendship, because spiritual relationship is by itself a ~sufficient 100 Suppl, 56| having to pass into a bodily relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 101 Suppl, 56| of worship and spiritual ~relationship are opposed to marriage, 102 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual relationship is contracted by baptism 103 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship is contracted by ~Baptism 104 Suppl, 56| Confirmation. ~But spiritual relationship does not result from receiving 105 Suppl, 56| sacramentals. Now ~spiritual relationship does not result from certain 106 Suppl, 56| catechizing. Therefore spiritual relationship is not contracted from ~ 107 Suppl, 56| advancement in good. But spiritual relationship does not ~result from prayer. 108 Suppl, 56| baptized. But ~no spiritual relationship results from preaching. 109 Suppl, 56| birth causes spiritual ~relationship. Therefore spiritual relationship 110 Suppl, 56| relationship. Therefore spiritual relationship results from the preaching ~ 111 Suppl, 56| Baptism causes spiritual ~relationship, so also does Penance.~Aquin.: 112 Suppl, 56| Further, "father" denotes relationship. Now a man is called ~another' 113 Suppl, 56| things. Therefore spiritual relationship is ~contracted from many 114 Suppl, 56| they say that spiritual relationship is contracted by each of 115 Suppl, 56| seem reasonable, for carnal relationship ~is not contracted except 116 Suppl, 56| seem ~fitting for spiritual relationship to be contracted otherwise 117 Suppl, 56| others say that spiritual relationship is only ~contracted through 118 Suppl, 56| Christ. Hence spiritual relationship is fittingly ~contracted 119 Suppl, 56| therefrom. Hence ~this kind of relationship does not count.~Aquin.: 120 Suppl, 56| Properly speaking a spiritual relationship is not ~contracted through 121 Suppl, 56| resemblance to ~spiritual relationship, so that if he have carnal 122 Suppl, 56| spiritual ~father, a spiritual relationship with him, unless he is like 123 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual relationship is contracted between the 124 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship is not contracted ~between 125 Suppl, 56| carnal generation carnal relationship is contracted only on ~the 126 Suppl, 56| Therefore neither ~is spiritual relationship contracted between the receiver 127 Suppl, 56| sufficient cause of ~spiritual relationship, as stated above (A[2]). 128 Suppl, 56| above (A[2]). Therefore no relationship ~is contracted between him 129 Suppl, 56| baptized. Now spiritual relationship is ~not contracted in such 130 Suppl, 56| to contract a spiritual relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 131 Suppl, 56| definition of spiritual relationship ~quoted above (A[1]), as 132 Suppl, 56| Church. Therefore ~spiritual relationship is contracted with both.~ 133 Suppl, 56| Confirmation contracts spiritual relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 134 Suppl, 56| He contracts spiritual relationship not by reason of the ~instruction 135 Suppl, 56| cannot contract a spiritual ~relationship, since he is void of spiritual 136 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual relationship passes from husband to wife?~ 137 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship does not pass from ~husband 138 Suppl, 56| contracting a spiritual relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 139 Suppl, 56| is the cause of spiritual relationship, than a ~husband, who is 140 Suppl, 56| hereby contract spiritual relationship. Therefore neither does 141 Suppl, 56| wife contract a spiritual relationship through her husband being ~ 142 Suppl, 56| converted. Now spiritual relationship cannot be contracted by 143 Suppl, 56| If therefore spiritual relationship ~passed from husband to 144 Suppl, 56| therefore does spiritual relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[56] A[ 145 Suppl, 56| In ~this way spiritual relationship does not pass from husband 146 Suppl, 56| she contracts spiritual ~relationship directly, even as her husband. 147 Suppl, 56| font, and thus ~spiritual relationship passes to the wife if he 148 Suppl, 56| this that any spiritual relationship results between them whereby ~ 149 Suppl, 56| baptized, the spiritual relationship ~will not reach her, because 150 Suppl, 56| and not because ~spiritual relationship cannot pass from husband 151 Suppl, 56| OBJ 4: Since no spiritual relationship results between godfather ~ 152 Suppl, 56| to be connected in carnal relationship both by affinity ~and consanguinity 153 Suppl, 56| Para. 1/1~Whether spiritual relationship passes to the godfather' 154 Suppl, 56| would seem that spiritual relationship does not pass to the ~godfather' 155 Suppl, 56| are assigned to spiritual ~relationship. Yet there would be degrees 156 Suppl, 56| If therefore spiritual relationship passes from father to ~son, 157 Suppl, 56| 12): wherefore spiritual relationship passes from father to ~his 158 Suppl, 56| connected by the same kind of ~relationship, but not with regard to 159 Suppl, 56| connected by another kind of ~relationship. Thus a son is connected 160 Suppl, 56| but by another kind of relationship. Now spiritual ~relationship 161 Suppl, 56| relationship. Now spiritual ~relationship differs in kind from carnal. 162 Suppl, 56| through whom the spiritual relationship is ~contracted. Consequently 163 Suppl, 56| not follow that spiritual relationship ~admits of degrees.~Aquin.: 164 Suppl, 56| body. Consequently the relationship does not pass from brother 165 Suppl, 57| Out. Para. 1/1 - OF LEGAL RELATIONSHIP, WHICH IS BY ADOPTION (THREE 166 Suppl, 57| must now consider legal relationship which is by adoption. Under 167 Suppl, 57| 5: Further, in spiritual relationship, where someone is taken 168 Suppl, 57| succeed to him by right of ~relationship; and consequently he cannot 169 Suppl, 57| 1~Reply OBJ 5: Spiritual relationship is contracted through a 170 Suppl, 57| ought to succeed by right of relationship; and ~therefore such a person 171 Suppl, 57| corporeal care. But no tie of relationship is contracted through ~one' 172 Suppl, 57| OBJ 2: Further, no tie of relationship results from persons conferring 173 Suppl, 57| benefit. Therefore no tie of relationship results from adoption.~Aquin.: 174 Suppl, 57| to these. Now no tie of relationship is contracted by one's ~ 175 Suppl, 57| Therefore neither is any relationship contracted through adoption 176 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/2~On the contrary, Relationship is an impediment to marriage. 177 Suppl, 57| marriage. Now a kind ~of relationship results from adoption, namely 178 Suppl, 57| from adoption, namely legal relationship, as ~evidenced by its definition, 179 Suppl, 57| its definition, for "legal relationship is a connection ~arising 180 Suppl, 57| Therefore they do not cause a relationship ~that is an impediment to 181 Suppl, 57| Para. 1/1~Whether legal relationship is contracted only between 182 Suppl, 57| 1: It would seem that a relationship of this kind is contracted 183 Suppl, 57| as happens in spiritual relationship. Yet ~there is no legal 184 Suppl, 57| Yet ~there is no legal relationship between them. Therefore 185 Suppl, 57| 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the relationship that impedes marriage is 186 Suppl, 57| OBJ 3: Further, spiritual relationship passes to no person incapable 187 Suppl, 57| ad 2). ~Therefore legal relationship does not pass from husband 188 Suppl, 57| OBJ 4: Further, spiritual relationship is stronger than legal. 189 Suppl, 57| than legal. But ~spiritual relationship does not pass to a grandchild. 190 Suppl, 57| therefore, ~does legal relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 191 Suppl, 57| 2~On the contrary, Legal relationship is more in agreement with 192 Suppl, 57| procreation than spiritual relationship is. But spiritual ~relationship 193 Suppl, 57| relationship is. But spiritual ~relationship passes to another person. 194 Suppl, 57| person. Therefore legal relationship does ~so also.~Aquin.: SMT 195 Suppl, 57| 1/1~I answer that, Legal relationship is of three kinds. The first 196 Suppl, 57| son does not. Hence ~no relationship is contracted between the 197 Suppl, 57| was the case in spiritual relationship.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[57] A[ 198 Suppl, 57| 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Legal relationship is an impediment to marriage 199 Suppl, 57| sovereign, ~wherefore legal relationship passes also to her. Moreover 200 Suppl, 57| the reason why ~spiritual relationship does not pass to a non-baptized 201 Suppl, 57| Reply OBJ 4: By spiritual relationship the son is not placed under 202 Suppl, 57| the godfather, as in legal relationship: because it is ~necessary 203 Suppl, 62| OBJ 4: Further, just as relationship voids the marriage tie, 204 Suppl, 77| the light of the ~first relationship, their end is not operation, 205 Suppl, 77| the light of the second relationship, then ~their end is operation.


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