Notice that a thing’s being corruptible presupposes having goodness.
Otherwise, it would not have any goodness it could lose.
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While our nature is not wholly corrupted by sin, it is nevertheless by sin’s stain, as evidenced by the fact that our wills are at enmity with God’s.
Thus we need God’s help in order to restore the good of our nature and bring us into conformity with his will.
Augustine says, “if something where deprived of VII.12).
Aquinas’s meta-ethics is also indebted to an Aristotelian view of living things.
If something is incorruptible, then by definition it cannot be made worse; that is, it cannot lose whatever goodness it may have.
On the other hand, if something is corruptible, then it be made worse.