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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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friend

    Part, Question
1 2, 2 | desire for it: thus we love a friend for whom we desire ~money, 2 2, 2 | good desired; whereas a friend is loved as that ~for which 3 2, 4 | Whether the fellowship of friend is necessary for happiness?~ 4 2, 14 | about what concerns his friend, as though it concerned ~ 5 2, 26 | of concupiscence. For a friend is, ~properly speaking, 6 2, 26 | man ~does indeed wish his friend some good: and in this respect 7 2, 28 | him as to himself. Hence a friend is called a man's "other 8 2, 28 | Well did one say to his ~friend: Thou half of my soul."~ 9 2, 28 | is good or evil to his ~friend, as being so to himself; 10 2, 28 | being so to himself; and his friend's will as his own, so that ~ 11 2, 28 | evil in the person of ~his friend. Hence it is proper to friends " 12 2, 28 | reckons what affects his ~friend as affecting himself, the 13 2, 28 | he wills and acts for his friend's sake as for his own sake, 14 2, 28 | own sake, looking on ~his friend as identified with himself, 15 2, 28 | wishes and does ~good to his friend, by caring and providing 16 2, 28 | he wills ~the good of his friend and works for it. Yet he 17 2, 28 | not will the good of ~his friend more than his own good: 18 2, 28 | of friendship seeks the friend's good: ~wherefore, when 19 2, 28 | everything that opposes the friend's good. In this respect, 20 2, 28 | zealous on behalf of his friend, when he makes a point of 21 2, 28 | said or done against the friend's good. In this way, too, ~ 22 2, 32 | makes a man to regard his friend as ~one with himself. And 23 2, 32 | whatever we do or suffer for a ~friend is pleasant, because love 24 2, 35 | sorrow at the death of a friend, and pleasure in contemplation. ~ 25 2, 38 | wont to associate with his friend, now dead: ~"for so should 26 2, 38 | with a deceased or ~absent friend, there are two causes producing 27 2, 38 | For the ~thought of the friend's death or absence, inclines 28 2, 38 | mourned ~the death of his friend, "in groans and in tears 29 2, 38 | 9). But a sympathizing friend is pained at the sorrow 30 2, 38 | pained at the sorrow of ~his friend with whom he sympathizes. 31 2, 38 | pain of a ~sympathizing friend becomes, to the friend in 32 2, 38 | sympathizing friend becomes, to the friend in sorrow, a further cause 33 2, 38 | from every evil affecting a friend, as ~though it affected 34 2, 38 | affected oneself: since "a friend is one's other self" (Ethic. ~ 35 2, 38 | sorrow of the sympathizing ~friend increases the sorrow of 36 2, 38 | increases the sorrow of the friend with whom he sympathizes.~ 37 2, 38 | that the sympathy of a ~friend should afford consolation: 38 2, 38 | mitigated by a ~sympathizing friend.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[38] A[ 39 2, 38 | Para. 1/2~Reply OBJ 2: The friend's sorrow itself would be 40 2, 48 | Ethic. viii, 5) that "if a friend's absence lasts long, ~it 41 2, 48 | But in the presence of a ~friend, the cause of friendship 42 2, 49 | to have a companion or a friend. And, ~further, there are 43 2, 77 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 4: A friend is like another self (Ethic. 44 2, 77 | committed through love for a friend, seems to be committed ~ 45 2, 96 | upholding the rights of a friend, and in like manner with 46 2, 98 | is wont to speak to his ~friend." Therefore the Old Law 47 2, 105 | thing is owing from his friend or neighbor or brother, ~ 48 2, 105 | were allowed on entering a friend's ~vineyard to eat of the 49 2, 108 | The counsels of a wise friend are of great use, ~according 50 2, 108 | the good counsels of a friend rejoice the soul." But Christ 51 2, 108 | our ~wisest and greatest friend. Therefore His counsels 52 2, 13 | a wine drinker," and a "friend of publicans": but ~afterwards 53 2, 16 | sake; thus a man loves his friend. Imperfect love is ~that 54 2, 16 | good from God, as from a friend.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[17] A[ 55 2, 22 | friendship as to dwell with one's friend, according to the ~Philosopher ( 56 2, 22 | since friendship is between friend and friend: ~and this well-wishing 57 2, 22 | friendship is between friend and friend: ~and this well-wishing 58 2, 24 | two ~ways: first, as the friend for whom we have friendship, 59 2, 24 | good which we wish to a friend. It is ~in the latter and 60 2, 24 | there is the love for the friend to whom our friendship is 61 2, 24 | which we desire for our friend. ~With regard to the first, 62 2, 24 | 18): "Thou shalt love thy friend ~as thyself." Now we love 63 2, 24 | speaking, a man is not a friend to himself, but something 64 2, 24 | but something more ~than a friend, since friendship implies 65 2, 24 | in the first place, every friend wishes his friend to be ~ 66 2, 24 | every friend wishes his friend to be ~and to live; secondly, 67 2, 24 | well-wisher towards one's friend; and it is impossible for 68 2, 25 | loss for the sake ~of a friend, is just." Therefore a man 69 2, 25 | thy neighbor (Lev. 19:18: 'friend') as thyself." Whence it 70 2, 25 | bear bodily injury for his friend's sake, ~and precisely in 71 2, 25 | of the ~good we wish our friend. In this respect we love 72 2, 25 | 14: "Forsake not an old friend, ~for the new will not be 73 2, 26 | the better, to love one's friend, or one's enemy? (8) Which ~ 74 2, 26 | that a man should wish ~his friend well; the second, that he 75 2, 26 | things in respect ~of his friend, even as he does them to 76 2, 26 | have begun to love our ~friend, we no longer love him for 77 2, 26 | an enemy than to love a friend?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 78 2, 26 | an enemy than to love a ~friend. For it is written (Mt. 79 2, 26 | of reward to ~love one's friend: whereas, as the same passage 80 2, 26 | enemy than to love one's friend. ~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 81 2, 26 | enemy than to ~love one's friend.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 82 2, 26 | his enemy than to love his friend, because it is more difficult. ~ 83 2, 26 | enemy than to love ~one's friend.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 84 2, 26 | is better to love one's friend, since it is better to love 85 2, 26 | love a ~better man, and the friend who loves you is better 86 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's friend than to ~love one's enemy.~ 87 2, 26 | meritorious, to love one's friend or one's enemy, these ~two 88 2, 26 | first way, love of one's friend surpasses love of one's 89 2, 26 | one's enemy, ~because a friend is both better and more 90 2, 26 | for it is worse to hate a friend than an enemy.~Aquin.: SMT 91 2, 26 | one's enemy than one's ~friend, and this for two reasons. 92 2, 26 | possible to love ~one's friend for another reason than 93 2, 26 | meritorious to ~love one's friend, as stated above (A[7]). 94 2, 26 | Now God is our chief friend, ~since "He hath first loved 95 2, 27 | in the well-being of his friend, ~though he be absent. On 96 2, 28 | another looks upon ~his friend as another self, he counts 97 2, 28 | another self, he counts his friend's hurt as his own, so ~that 98 2, 28 | that he grieves for his friend's hurt as though he were 99 2, 28 | reckons "grieving with one's friend" ~as being one of the signs 100 2, 29 | whereby a man wishes his friend well, as stated above (Q[ 101 2, 29 | man ~is beneficent to his friend. Therefore beneficence in 102 2, 29 | through love, he give his ~friend something he would like 103 2, 30 | Better are the wounds of a friend, than the deceitful kisses 104 2, 31 | whereby we wish and do our friend well. Consequently fraternal 105 2, 42 | according to 1 Jn. 4:21, ~or "friend," according to Lev. 19:18, 106 2, 60 | instance a ~relative or a friend) Church property committed 107 2, 62 | man kill his brother, and friend, and neighbor." Therefore 108 2, 65 | 25, "If thou go into thy friend's corn," etc. says: "Thou 109 2, 66 | fidelity which he ~owes his friend; because he ought not to 110 2, 66 | fidelity that one owes a friend; for it is written (Prov. 111 2, 66 | committed to him by his friend." Therefore a man is ~not 112 2, 68 | committed to him by his friend." ~Therefore a man is not 113 2, 68 | to him as a secret by a friend.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[70] A[ 114 2, 72 | deprives him ~not merely of one friend, but of many, because everyone 115 2, 72 | deprives one of only one friend. Therefore backbiting is 116 2, 72 | one's ~external goods a friend takes the first place, since " 117 2, 72 | compared to a faithful ~friend." Again, a man's good name 118 2, 72 | even reviling, because a ~friend is better than honor, and 119 2, 80 | one ready to serve one's friend) and feeds on ~devotion. 120 2, 104 | contrary to virtue in a friend is an obstacle to friendship, 121 2, 112 | iv, 6) of this kind of ~friend that he "takes everything 122 2, 112 | is naturally every man's friend by a certain ~general love; 123 2, 113 | Better are the wounds of a friend than the deceitful kisses 124 2, 121 | fail to attend on a sick friend ~through fear of deadly 125 2, 142 | any ~kind of excess, the friend of sobriety and the support 126 2, 154 | we can ~do by means of a friend we do, in a way, ourselves."~ 127 2, 161 | than make an enemy of his friend. That he ought not to ~have 128 2, 170 | Charity which makes man a friend of God, is a perfection 129 2, 170 | are not revealed save to a friend, according to ~Jn. 15:15, " 130 2, 172 | is wont to speak to his friend." Thirdly, as regards the 131 2, 182 | love thy ~neighbor [Vulg.: 'friend'] as thyself"; and these 132 2, 182 | himself to others for his friend's sake, than if he be willing ~ 133 2, 182 | willing ~only to serve his friend.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[184] A[ 134 2, 183 | thou be surety ~for thy friend, thou hast engaged fast 135 2, 183 | make haste, stir up thy friend." ~Gregory expounds these 136 2, 183 | 4): "To be surety for ~a friend, is to vouch for his good 137 2, 183 | watch but even to rouse his friend." Now he ~cannot do this 138 2, 187 | thou be surety ~for thy friend, thou hast engaged fast 139 2, 187 | because to be surety for a friend is to ~take charge of the 140 2, 187 | Treat thy cause with thy ~friend." Now a man's cause would 141 3, 1 | bringing ~assistance to a friend who is suffering need, according 142 3, 1 | 3:28: ~"Say not to thy friend: Go, and come again, and 143 3, 1 | bringing assistance to a friend: ~always bearing in mind 144 3, 18 | relation to the will ~of a friend.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[18] A[ 145 3, 36 | 36:33]: "He ~sheweth His friend concerning it." But the 146 3, 68 | says (Confess. iv) of his friend that "he was ~baptized when 147 3, 68 | Augustine relates of his friend ~that "he was baptized while 148 3, 81 | who, feigning himself a ~friend, comes to His table a foe?" 149 3, 84 | offense committed against his friend, ~and that he should be 150 3, 84 | make satisfaction to his friend; faith ~requires that he 151 3, Note| Piperno, companion ~and friend of the Angelic Doctor, and 152 3, Note| Piperno, companion ~and friend of the Angelic Doctor, and 153 Suppl, 3 | weeps for the death ~of a friend, or for a blow, or the like, 154 Suppl, 87| Reply OBJ 4: Even as our friend's glory gives us pleasure, 155 Suppl, 89| Socrates; the son of ~Diares; a friend and the like which are the


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