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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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innocence

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1 1, 20 | Other things being equal, innocence is ~the nobler thing and 2 1, 62 | angel had in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 3 1, 63 | angel had in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[62] A[ 4 1, 91 | excluded ~by the state of innocence, as we shall prove (Q[96], 5 1, 92 | above explained (A[4]). But innocence ~and righteousness belong 6 1, 92 | while the likeness is from innocence and ~righteousness."~Aquin.: 7 1, 93 | But man in the state of innocence "saw God ~immediately," 8 1, 93 | Whether Adam in the state of innocence saw the angels through their ~ 9 1, 93 | that Adam, in the state of innocence, saw the ~angels through 10 1, 93 | same: and thus the state of innocence is ~distinct from the state 11 1, 93 | s soul, in the state of ~innocence, was adapted to perfect 12 1, 93 | the case in the state of innocence. ~Wherefore man would have 13 1, 93 | themselves. But in the state of innocence man would have eaten and ~ 14 1, 93 | as long as the state of innocence ~continued, it was impossible 15 1, 94 | Whether in the state of innocence he had passions of the soul?~( 16 1, 94 | possessed grace in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 17 1, 94 | not happen in the state of innocence. Therefore in the ~state 18 1, 94 | Therefore in the ~state of innocence there were no passions of 19 1, 94 | existed ~in the state of innocence; otherwise, however, than 20 1, 94 | extent. But in ~the state of innocence the inferior appetite was 21 1, 94 | not occur in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[95] A[ 22 1, 94 | impassible in the state of innocence as ~regards the passions 23 1, 94 | fortitude. But in the ~state of innocence no immoderation existed 24 1, 94 | not exist in the state of innocence, as stated above ~(A[2]). 25 1, 94 | unhappiness. But in the state of ~innocence neither sin nor unhappiness 26 1, 94 | not exist in the state of ~innocence; for it implies an obscurity 27 1, 94 | answer that, in the state of innocence man in a certain sense ~ 28 1, 94 | was man in the state of innocence. Therefore grace is more ~ 29 1, 94 | therefore that in the state of innocence man's works were ~more meritorious 30 1, 95 | BELONGING TO MAN IN THE STATE OF INNOCENCE (FOUR ARTICLES)~We next 31 1, 95 | to man in the state of ~innocence. Under this head there are 32 1, 95 | Whether man in the state of innocence was master over the animals?~( 33 1, 95 | Whether in the state of innocence all men were equal?~(4) 34 1, 95 | Whether Adam in the state of innocence had mastership over the 35 1, 95 | seem that in the state of innocence Adam had no ~mastership 36 1, 95 | Therefore in the state ~of innocence man had no mastership of 37 1, 95 | Therefore in the state of innocence, before man had ~disobeyed, 38 1, 95 | Reply OBJ 3: In the state of innocence man would not have had any 39 1, 95 | seem that in the state of innocence man would not have ~had 40 1, 95 | obeyed man in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 41 1, 95 | seems that in ~the state of innocence man had no dominion over 42 1, 95 | commanding. So in the state of innocence man had ~mastership over 43 1, 95 | Thus also in the state of innocence man's mastership over plants 44 1, 95 | were equal in the state of innocence?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 45 1, 95 | seem that in the state of innocence all would have been ~equal. 46 1, 95 | inequality." But in the state of innocence there was no sin. Therefore ~ 47 1, 95 | were ~equal in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 48 1, 95 | Whether in the state of innocence man would have been master 49 1, 95 | seem that in the state of innocence man would not have ~been 50 1, 95 | existed in the state of innocence. But man was made subject 51 1, 95 | Therefore in the state of innocence ~man would not have been 52 1, 95 | lacking in the state of ~innocence, "where nothing was wanting 53 1, 95 | over man in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[96] A[ 54 1, 95 | condition of man in the state of innocence was not ~more exalted than 55 1, 95 | dignity of the state of innocence that ~one man should be 56 1, 95 | master. In the state of ~innocence man could have been a master 57 1, 95 | consequently in the state of ~innocence such a mastership could 58 1, 95 | existed in the state of innocence between man and ~man, for 59 1, 95 | and ~so in the state of innocence he would have led a social 60 1, 96 | Whether man in the state of innocence was immortal?~(2) Whether 61 1, 96 | Whether in the state of innocence man would have been immortal?~ 62 1, 96 | seem that in the state of innocence man was not ~immortal. For 63 1, 96 | immortal in the state of innocence, this ~would have been due 64 1, 96 | immortal in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 65 1, 96 | immortal in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 66 1, 96 | immortal in ~the state of innocence. For, as Augustine says ( 67 1, 96 | bestowed on man in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 68 1, 96 | Whether in the state of innocence man would have been passible?~ 69 1, 96 | seem that in the state of innocence man was passible. ~For " 70 1, 96 | passion." But in the state of innocence man ~would have been sensitive. 71 1, 96 | man slept in the state ~of innocence, according to Gn. 2:21, " 72 1, 96 | passible in the state of ~innocence, and was passive both in 73 1, 96 | Man's body in the state of innocence could be preserved ~from 74 1, 96 | Whether in the state of innocence man had need of food?~Aquin.: 75 1, 96 | seem that in the state of innocence man did not require ~food. 76 1, 96 | unsuitable to the state of innocence. Therefore it seems that ~ 77 1, 96 | answer that, In the state of innocence man had an animal life ~ 78 1, 96 | befitted man in the state of innocence. ~But in the final state, 79 1, 96 | required it in the ~state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[97] A[ 80 1, 96 | say that in the state of innocence man would not have ~taken 81 1, 96 | Whether in the state of innocence man would have acquired 82 1, 97 | Whether in the state of innocence there would have been generation?~( 83 1, 97 | Whether in the state of innocence generation existed?~Aquin.: 84 1, 97 | generation in the state of ~innocence. For, as stated in Phys. 85 1, 97 | corruption in the state of innocence. Therefore neither ~would 86 1, 97 | ever. But in ~the state of innocence man would have lived for 87 1, 97 | Therefore in the ~state of innocence there would have been no 88 1, 97 | generation in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 89 1, 97 | generation in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 90 1, 97 | answer that, In the state of innocence there would have been ~generation 91 1, 97 | offspring even in the state of ~innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 92 1, 97 | Reply OBJ 1: In the state of innocence the human body was in itself ~ 93 1, 97 | generation in the state of innocence might not ~have been required 94 1, 97 | ii, ~5). In the state of innocence, however, the will of men 95 1, 97 | Whether in the state of innocence there would have been generation 96 1, 97 | existed ~in the state of innocence. For, as Damascene says ( 97 1, 97 | Further, in the state of innocence there would have been no ~ 98 1, 97 | such thing in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 99 1, 97 | generation also ~in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[98] A[ 100 1, 97 | concluded that ~in the state of innocence generation would not have 101 1, 97 | which in the ~state of innocence would not have existed, 102 1, 97 | concupiscence. In ~the state of innocence nothing of this kind would 103 1, 97 | pleasure from the state of innocence, but ardor of desire and ~ 104 1, 97 | praiseworthy in the state of innocence, whereas it is praiseworthy 105 1, 98 | Whether in the state of innocence children would have had 106 1, 98 | Whether in the state of innocence children would have had 107 1, 98 | seem that in the state of innocence children would have ~had 108 1, 98 | mind." But in ~the state of innocence there would have been no 109 1, 98 | Therefore, in the state of innocence, children would ~not have 110 1, 98 | infancy. But in the state of innocence there would have been no 111 1, 98 | imperfect. But in the ~state of innocence children would have been 112 1, 98 | Reply OBJ 4: In the state of innocence man would have been born, 113 1, 98 | therefore, in the state of innocence man's active force was not 114 1, 98 | Further, in the state of innocence generation is ordered to 115 1, 98 | Therefore, in the state of innocence, ~there was no need for 116 1, 98 | Therefore also in the state of innocence male and female would have 117 1, 98 | lacking in the state of innocence. And as different ~grades 118 1, 98 | Therefore in the state of ~innocence, both sexes would have been 119 1, 98 | the case in the ~state of innocence, when the body was more 120 1, 99 | seem that in the state of innocence men would not have ~been 121 1, 99 | occurred in the state of innocence. But ~individual accidents 122 1, 99 | Whether in the state of innocence children would have been 123 1, 99 | seem that in the state of innocence children would have ~been 124 1, 99 | possible that in the state of innocence ~children would have been 125 1, 100 | Whether in the state of innocence children would have been 126 1, 100 | Whether in the state of innocence children would have been 127 1, 100 | seem that in the state of innocence children would have ~been 128 1, 100 | have been in the state ~of innocence. Therefore the souls of 129 1, 100 | that, in ~the state of innocence, children would not have 130 1, 100 | would men in the state of innocence have had perfect use of 131 1, 100 | Therefore, in the state of innocence, ~children would not have 132 1, 101 | paradise in the state of innocence. But the cultivation ~of 133 1, 112 | at least in the state of ~innocence: for then he was not beset 134 1, 112 | Reply OBJ 2: In the state of innocence man was not threatened by 135 2, 34 | different in the state of innocence.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[34] A[ 136 2, 87 | no need, in the state of ~innocence, for penal exercises in 137 2, 89 | venially in the state of innocence?~(4) Whether a good or a 138 2, 89 | venial sin in the state of innocence?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[89] A[ 139 2, 89 | venial sin in the state of ~innocence. Because on 1 Tim. 2:14, " 140 2, 89 | possible in the state of innocence, as Augustine declares ( 141 2, 89 | venial sin in the state of innocence. This, however, is not to 142 2, 89 | Now, in ~the state of innocence, as stated in the FP, Q[ 143 2, 89 | evident that, in the state of innocence, man could not commit a 144 2, 95 | might be held in check, that innocence might ~be safeguarded in 145 2, 102 | the lamb, to ~signify His innocence; in the ram, to foreshadow 146 2, 102 | unite the ~simplicity of innocence, denoted by wool, with the 147 2, 109 | of grace in the state of innocence in which the ~flesh was 148 2, 113 | is the middle state of ~innocence wherein a man has neither 149 2, 5 | man, while in the state of innocence, seemingly had ~his eyes 150 2, 78 | 8) reckons seven, viz. ~"innocence, friendship, concord, piety, 151 2, 78 | declining from evil," to which "innocence" ~belongs, and "doing good," 152 2, 79 | right commutations and of innocence. of legislative justice ~ 153 2, 104 | thanks. Now the gift of innocence is ~greater than that of 154 2, 104 | to ascribe his purity and innocence to his own ~strength; that 155 2, 160 | to himself the good of ~innocence which he has not. To aim 156 2, 161 | appointed in the state of innocence, ~that there was no rebellion 157 2, 161 | because it destroyed the innocence of ~our original state, 158 2, 161 | state, and by robbing it of innocence brought disorder upon ~the 159 2, 162 | to that state of original innocence, it was fitting ~that obstacles 160 2, 162 | Reply OBJ 1: In the state of innocence child-bearing would have 161 2, 163 | allow ~man in the state of innocence to be tempted by evil angels, 162 2, 163 | it: but, ~in the state of innocence, man was able, without any 163 3, 4 | 17). And in this is His innocence ~the more wonderful, seeing 164 3, 4 | and to possess the highest innocence, it was fitting that ~between 165 3, 13 | which it had in the state of innocence. Much more, ~therefore, 166 3, 13 | Adam had in ~the state of innocence that a man's soul should 167 3, 13 | has three states - viz. innocence, sin, and glory, even as 168 3, 13 | comprehension and from the state of ~innocence, freedom from sin - so also 169 3, 14 | which it had in the state of innocence. In the ~same way He might 170 3, 45 | as in ~baptism He confers innocence, signified by the simplicity 171 3, 46 | also, Adam in the state of innocence seems ~to have had a body 172 3, 46 | 5: Further, the victim's innocence lessens the sting of his ~ 173 3, 46 | suffered in the state of ~innocence, his pain would have been 174 3, 46 | Reply OBJ 5: The sufferer's innocence does lessen numerically 175 3, 46 | intensified by reason of his innocence, in so far as he deems the 176 3, 61 | grace even in the state of innocence, as we stated ~in the FP, 177 3, 61 | necessary in the state of innocence. ~This can be proved from 178 3, 61 | Therefore in the ~state of innocence man needed no sacraments, 179 3, 61 | Reply OBJ 1: In the state of innocence man needed grace: not so 180 3, 61 | instituted in the state of innocence, not as ~a sacrament, but 181 3, 72 | the font, the fulness of innocence; but in ~Confirmation He 182 3, 72 | the font the fulness of innocence; but in Confirmation ~He 183 3, 72 | having ~kept unsullied the innocence he acquired in Baptism, 184 3, 73 | the Lamb on account of His innocence. As ~to the effect, because 185 3, 79 | the heavenly "bread, bring innocence to the altar." It is no ~ 186 3, 79 | if those who do not keep innocence, do not secure the ~effect 187 3, 79 | ever" (Jn. 6:50): "Bring innocence to the altar: your sins, 188 3, 79 | bread ~spiritually; bring innocence to the altar; your sins, 189 3, 80 | altar "spiritually; take innocence to the altar." But angels 190 3, 88 | receiving a greater favor. Now innocence whereby one avoids sin is ~ 191 3, 88 | owe it to Thy grace." Now innocence is a greater ~gift, than 192 3, 88 | first sin ~committed after innocence is no less an ingratitude 193 3, 88 | itself, and in this way innocence is a greater favor from ~ 194 3, 89 | secondary dignity, viz. innocence, of ~which, as we read in 195 3, 89 | virginity as of ~the recovery of innocence which belongs to man's secondary 196 Suppl, 4 | to his former dignity of innocence, and so something always ~ 197 Suppl, 12| satisfaction is not compatible with innocence. Therefore Anselm's ~definition 198 Suppl, 72| And when the guilt ~or innocence of any particular nation 199 Suppl, 79| the case in the state of innocence. ~Consequently those bodies 200 Suppl, 83| withheld by the grace ~of innocence from conducing to the body' 201 Suppl, 93| virginity in the state of innocence, since then was it commanded: ~" 202 Suppl, 93| a ~certain joy in their innocence and carnal integrity [*Cf. 203 Appen1, 1| justice (as in the state of ~innocence) - it follows that the bodies


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