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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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offspring

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1 1, 1 | said: For ~we are also His offspring" (Acts 17:28). Nevertheless, 2 1, 33 | metaphorically called begotten, or offspring; and ~consequently, he of 3 1, 51 | OBJ 6: Further, to beget offspring is a vital act. But this 4 1, 73 | species, as the mule is the offspring of an ass and a mare; but 5 1, 52 | OBJ 6: Further, to beget offspring is a vital act. But this 6 1, 72 | species, as the mule is the offspring of an ass and a mare; but 7 1, 92 | the principle of the man's offspring; secondly, because one man ~ 8 1, 92 | after ~the birth of the offspring. Therefore we must understand 9 1, 97 | secondly, of the state of the offspring. Under the ~first head there 10 1, 97 | have been ~generation of offspring for the multiplication of 11 1, 97 | belongs to man to beget offspring, on the part of the naturally ~ 12 1, 97 | established the begetting of offspring even in the state of ~innocence.~ 13 1, 97 | far from supposing that offspring could not be begotten ~without 14 1, 98 | OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS TO THE BODY (TWO ARTICLES)~ 15 1, 98 | consider the condition of the offspring - first, as regards ~the 16 1, 98 | the parent the sex of the offspring might be ~diversified.~Aquin.: 17 1, 98 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The offspring would have been begotten 18 1, 99 | OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS REGARDS RIGHTEOUSNESS ( 19 1, 99 | consider the condition of the offspring as to ~righteousness. Under 20 1, 99 | from the parent to ~the offspring; and for this reason also, 21 1, 99 | grace, so that with their offspring they would have been ~unable 22 1, 100 | OF THE CONDITION OF THE OFFSPRING AS REGARDS KNOWLEDGE (TWO 23 1, 100 | consider the condition of the offspring as to knowledge. Under ~ 24 1, 114 | fruit from a tree, and the offspring from ~the mother, to whom 25 1, 114 | pregnant with the unborn offspring, so is the world itself 26 1, 115 | a uniform progression of offspring and seed." ~Nothing therefore 27 1, 117 | the sensitive ~soul of the offspring begins to work towards the 28 1, 117 | adultery, since sometimes offspring is begotten of illicit intercourse. ~ 29 1, 117 | beginning in the matter of offspring, and is ~subsequently gradually 30 2, 83 | it ~is transmitted to the offspring, it belongs to the aforesaid 31 2, 94 | intercourse, ~education of offspring and so forth. Thirdly, there 32 2, 100 | as to the propagation of offspring; and this is ~prohibited 33 2, 102 | the nourishment ~of her offspring, were served up on the same 34 2, 102 | spiritual senses, i.e. the offspring, ~and set aside the observance 35 2, 105 | deceased, because" the ~offspring of this union "would not 36 2, 34 | the other. For the ~first offspring of pride is vainglory, which 37 2, 55 | with the female to beget offspring by her, and a parent is 38 2, 55 | is commensurate ~with the offspring to nourish it. Secondly 39 2, 130 | which is the immediate ~offspring of pride, he reckons to 40 2, 152 | to injure the life of the offspring to be born of this union. 41 2, 152 | where the upbringing of the offspring needs care ~of both male 42 2, 152 | female alone suffices for the offspring's upbringing, the union 43 2, 152 | solicitude for the ~certainty of offspring, because on him devolves 44 2, 152 | hinder the good of the human offspring, they proceed from lust, 45 2, 152 | contrary to the good of her ~offspring. The first of these, however, 46 2, 152 | ordained for the good of human ~offspring, as stated above (A[2]). 47 2, 152 | prejudice to the ~future offspring, but also so as to injure 48 2, 162 | female sex is such that ~offspring cannot be born without pain 49 2, 162 | subject, through carrying her ~offspring after conception. Hence 50 2, 179 | imitation it begets a numerous offspring of good ~deeds." Now this 51 3, 27 | to the perfection of the offspring conceived.~Aquin.: SMT TP 52 3, 27 | Wherefore nothing hinders the offspring ~conceived from being sanctified 53 3, 27 | of the rational soul, the offspring conceived ~is not liable 54 3, 27 | transmitting original sin to the ~offspring. Lastly, others say that, 55 3, 27 | transmits original sin to the offspring. Now lust implies ~inordinate 56 3, 28 | Mother, as being her perfect offspring.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[28] A[ 57 3, 29 | another in rearing their offspring.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[29] A[ 58 3, 29 | marriage of Christ's parents, offspring, faith and sacrament. The ~ 59 3, 29 | faith and sacrament. The ~offspring we know to have been the 60 3, 31 | the conception of their ~offspring. Now, this matter, according 61 3, 66 | of original sin to the ~offspring by the act of procreation 62 3, 80 | for the sake of begetting offspring, or of paying the ~marriage 63 3, 80 | not desire of begetting offspring, but ~lust that prevails," 64 Suppl, 41| namely the good of the offspring. For nature intends not 65 Suppl, 41| not only ~the begetting of offspring, but also its education 66 Suppl, 41| says that the begetting ~of offspring is common to all animals. 67 Suppl, 41| there are animals whose ~offspring are able to seek food immediately 68 Suppl, 41| whereas in those whose offspring needs the support of ~both 69 Suppl, 41| intends not only being in the offspring, but also ~perfect being, 70 Suppl, 41| inclination to beget an offspring ~whereby the specific nature 71 Suppl, 43| contrary to ~the good of the offspring (as leprosy, which is wont 72 Suppl, 44| the effect, which is the offspring, and in reference to this 73 Suppl, 44| providing the matter of one offspring as ~though it were derived 74 Suppl, 44| has ~more to do with the offspring than the father has. or 75 Suppl, 44| helpmate in relation to the ~offspring, whereas the man was not 76 Suppl, 49| D, 31), namely "faith, offspring, and ~sacrament." For the 77 Suppl, 49| viii, 12. Therefore as the offspring is reckoned a ~good of matrimony, 78 Suppl, 49| character of useful from the offspring. ~Therefore the offspring 79 Suppl, 49| offspring. ~Therefore the offspring should not be reckoned among 80 Suppl, 49| due end, and thus the ~"offspring" is accounted a good of 81 Suppl, 49| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Offspring signifies not only the begetting 82 Suppl, 49| Cor. ~12:14); so that the offspring like a principal end includes 83 Suppl, 49| through being directed to the offspring, is useful, ~and nevertheless 84 Suppl, 49| end of ~marriage is the offspring. Therefore the offspring 85 Suppl, 49| offspring. Therefore the offspring is the chief marriage ~good.~ 86 Suppl, 49| part of its genus, while "offspring" and "faith" refer thereto 87 Suppl, 49| we find marriage without "offspring" and without ~"faith," so 88 Suppl, 49| there is marriage without "offspring" so is there marriage ~without " 89 Suppl, 49| marriage (Q[44], A[3]), while offspring ~and faith are not. Therefore 90 Suppl, 49| efficacious than human power. But "offspring" and "faith" pertain to ~ 91 Suppl, 49| distinction; for "faith" and "offspring" can be considered in two 92 Suppl, 49| matrimony ~without "faith" and "offspring," because the existence 93 Suppl, 49| matrimony than "faith" and "offspring." Secondly, "faith" and " 94 Suppl, 49| Secondly, "faith" and "offspring" ~may be considered as in 95 Suppl, 49| their principles, so that "offspring" denote the ~intention of 96 Suppl, 49| invalid. Taking "faith" and "offspring" in this sense, ~it is clear 97 Suppl, 49| sense, ~it is clear that "offspring" is the most essential thing 98 Suppl, 49| last. It is the same with ~"offspring" among the marriage goods; 99 Suppl, 49| This ~is what "faith" and "offspring" do in the marriage act, 100 Suppl, 49| namely in order to have offspring, and ~in order to pay the 101 Suppl, 49| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The offspring considered as a marriage 102 Suppl, 49| includes ~something besides the offspring as a good intended by nature. 103 Suppl, 49| nature. For nature ~intends offspring as safeguarding the good 104 Suppl, 49| the species, whereas the ~offspring as a good of the sacrament 105 Suppl, 49| nature ~which intends the offspring must needs be referred either 106 Suppl, 49| the intention of having an offspring, as a good of the ~sacrament: 107 Suppl, 49| actually or ~habitually to the offspring as a good of the sacrament. 108 Suppl, 52| obstacle to the good of the offspring than ~slavery is. Yet leprosy 109 Suppl, 52| regards the good of the ~offspring who become subject to the 110 Suppl, 52| from different species the ~offspring follows the mother rather 111 Suppl, 52| cap. ~De rei vendit.) the offspring follows the womb: and this 112 Suppl, 52| is reasonable ~since the offspring derives its formal complement 113 Suppl, 52| law does not hold, the ~offspring follows the inferior condition, 114 Suppl, 54| obstacle to ~the good of the offspring is an impediment to marriage. 115 Suppl, 54| hinders the good of the offspring, because in the words of 116 Suppl, 54| marriage is the ~good of the offspring. and this is hindered by 117 Suppl, 54| not that the good of the offspring is utterly destroyed, since 118 Suppl, 54| which things the good of the offspring consists, ~but that it is 119 Suppl, 54| in ~providing for their offspring, so has it instilled into 120 Suppl, 54| has it instilled into the offspring ~reverence towards their 121 Suppl, 54| or less, according as the offspring is ~more or less necessary 122 Suppl, 54| or the parents to their offspring. ~Hence as the Philosopher 123 Suppl, 54| marriage are the good of the offspring, the curbing of concupiscence, 124 Suppl, 54| which is the good of the offspring, as stated above (A[3]). ~ 125 Suppl, 55| account of the ~procreation of offspring, and secondly on account 126 Suppl, 55| union may be ~productive of offspring, but the latter may be wanting. 127 Suppl, 59| good of marriage is the offspring to be brought ~up to the 128 Suppl, 59| which is the good of ~the offspring.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[59] A[ 129 Suppl, 59| chiefly for the good of the ~offspring, not only as to its begetting - 130 Suppl, 59| to be considered in the offspring. one is the ~perfection 131 Suppl, 59| second perfection of the ~offspring, but also the first, since 132 Suppl, 59| debt, for the good of the offspring, or ~for the troth whereby 133 Suppl, 59| against the good of the offspring. Consequently, ~the husband 134 Suppl, 59| the mother, because "the offspring ~follows the womb," and 135 Suppl, 62| the ~uncertainty of her offspring.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 136 Suppl, 62| since by it the certainty of offspring is destroyed, faith is broken, 137 Suppl, 62| consisting in the rearing of the offspring to the ~worship of God, 138 Suppl, 62| affect ~the certainty of offspring.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[62] A[ 139 Suppl, 62| involves uncertainty of the offspring, whereas the husband's ~ 140 Suppl, 62| regards the good of the offspring the wife's adultery is a 141 Suppl, 62| comparison with the good of the offspring there is more reason for ~ 142 Suppl, 63| goods which are fidelity, offspring, ~and sacrament. Therefore 143 Suppl, 64| often transmitted to ~the offspring. Therefore it would seem 144 Suppl, 64| greater corruption in the offspring. ~Yet a leper can ask for 145 Suppl, 64| may be detrimental to the ~offspring. Yet if the wife be unfruitful 146 Suppl, 64| deformed blind lame leprous offspring ~conceived: so that those 147 Suppl, 64| frequently resulted to the offspring from such ~intercourse. 148 Suppl, 64| directed to the good of the offspring, all use of ~marriage which 149 Suppl, 64| intended for the good of the offspring is in order. ~Consequently 150 Suppl, 64| for fear of ~danger to the offspring. But this opinion would 151 Suppl, 64| bodily ~affliction of the offspring and the danger to her own 152 Suppl, 64| certain with regard to the ~offspring which perhaps would not 153 Suppl, 65| directed to the begetting of ~offspring. But one man may get children 154 Suppl, 65| 20), ~in the begetting of offspring the male is to the female 155 Suppl, 65| and ~thus it is that the "offspring" is assigned as a marriage 156 Suppl, 65| animals, the rearing of whose offspring demands the care of both, 157 Suppl, 65| namely the good of the offspring, but only as ~far as is 158 Suppl, 65| thereby the good of the offspring ~which is the principal 159 Suppl, 65| hindered. For the good of the offspring ~means not only begetting, 160 Suppl, 65| rearing. Now the begetting of ~offspring, though not wholly voided ( 161 Suppl, 65| But the rearing of the offspring is altogether done away, 162 Suppl, 65| follows ~uncertainty of the offspring in relation to its father, 163 Suppl, 65| than the multiplying of the offspring for the worship of ~God, 164 Suppl, 65| the ~multiplication of the offspring. Therefore this dispensation 165 Suppl, 65| the multiplication of the offspring to be ~brought up in the 166 Suppl, 65| since the good of the ~offspring is the principal end of 167 Suppl, 65| it was ~necessary for the offspring to be multiplied; because 168 Suppl, 65| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 5: The offspring, considered as one of the 169 Suppl, 65| sake of the good of the offspring. Nor are they entirely ~ 170 Suppl, 65| begetting and rearing of the ~offspring. and that this good might 171 Suppl, 65| name from the ~good of the offspring [*Cf. Q[44], A[2]], which 172 Suppl, 65| sometimes a man may seek to have offspring of such an intercourse, ~ 173 Suppl, 65| befitting to the good of the offspring, which signifies not ~only 174 Suppl, 65| man does an ~injury to the offspring he begets, since such a 175 Suppl, 65| of the ~parent with the offspring that is nature's aim in 176 Suppl, 65| improportionate to the good of ~the offspring which is the principal end 177 Suppl, 65| which is the good of the offspring, the ~union of wife and 178 Suppl, 67| and instruction of the offspring. But ~all things are complete 179 Suppl, 67| Further, the good of the offspring is the principal end of ~ 180 Suppl, 67| opposed to the good of ~the offspring, because, according to philosophers, 181 Suppl, 67| certain man cannot ~beget offspring of a certain woman, and 182 Suppl, 67| directed to the ~rearing of the offspring, not merely for a time, 183 Suppl, 67| 14). Therefore, since the offspring is the common good of husband 184 Suppl, 67| directed to the good of the ~offspring, as stated above. But since 185 Suppl, 67| than with the good ~of the offspring, with which it is incompatible 186 Suppl, 67| than in the good of the offspring, ~although it may be connected 187 Suppl, 67| connected ~with the good of the offspring, it is of the natural law, 188 Suppl, 67| which is the good of the offspring; although in ~respect of 189 Suppl, 67| marriage hinder the good of the offspring with regard ~to some individual, 190 Suppl, 67| proportionate with the good of the offspring ~absolutely speaking: and 191 Suppl, 67| opposed to the good of the ~offspring is against the first precepts 192 Suppl, 67| directed ~to the good of the offspring, which is the principal 193 Suppl, 67| Reply OBJ 1: The good of the offspring, in so far as it belongs 194 Suppl, 67| instruction, until the offspring comes to perfect age. But 195 Suppl, 67| contrary to the good of the ~offspring, in respect of nature's 196 Suppl, 67| account of the good of the offspring. In ~another way a good 197 Suppl, 67| hinder the good ~of the offspring, whether in body as barrenness,


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