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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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overcome

    Part, Question
1 1, 24 | the text, "He that shall ~overcome, shall thus be clothed in 2 1, 63 | 2:19): "By whom a man is overcome, of the same also he is 3 1, 64 | 2:19): "By whom a man is overcome, of the same also he is 4 1, 80 | because its tendency is to overcome and rise above ~obstacles. 5 1, 83 | except in as far as it is ~overcome by sluggishness, as the 6 1, 113 | Whether the demons who are overcome by men, are hindered from 7 1, 113 | 1~Whether a demon who is overcome by man, is for this reason 8 1, 113 | seem that a demon who is overcome by a man, is not for ~that 9 1, 113 | when once a demon has been overcome he can ~no more tempt any 10 2, 22 | intently at something or be overcome by the ~intensity of the 11 2, 25 | more arduous to strive to overcome a contrary evil ~that threatens 12 2, 25 | more arduous to strive to overcome a ~present evil, than a 13 2, 28 | suffer ecstasy, ~when he is overcome by violent passion or madness. 14 2, 29 | Further, the weaker is overcome by the stronger. But love 15 2, 29 | the stronger. But love is ~overcome by hatred: when, that is 16 2, 32 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: To overcome, to contradict, and to punish, 17 2, 32 | is naturally ~pleasant to overcome, inasmuch as it makes a 18 2, 35 | with ~reason, he is not overcome by any kind of sorrow or 19 2, 35 | but ~because he is not overcome by that which is concerned 20 2, 41 | afterwards: whereas he who is overcome by stupor fears both to ~ 21 2, 51 | principle ~must entirely overcome the passive. Whence we see 22 2, 51 | because fire ~cannot at once overcome the combustible, it does 23 2, 51 | reason, cannot entirely overcome the appetitive ~power in 24 2, 51 | is not thereby entirely overcome, so as to be inclined ~like 25 2, 51 | active ~principle to entirely overcome, by one act, the power of 26 2, 55 | according ~as it is able to overcome or endure more easily the 27 2, 58 | concupiscence, when he is overcome ~thereby, the object of 28 2, 59 | virtue is, the more does it overcome the passions. ~Therefore 29 2, 60 | good; ~while anger seeks to overcome something contrary which 30 2, 73 | evil, through not being overcome by the difficulty.~Aquin.: 31 2, 73 | concupiscence by which man is overcome, the less grievous his ~ 32 2, 76 | invincible," because it cannot be overcome by study. For this reason ~ 33 2, 77 | will?~(2) Whether it can overcome the reason against the latter' 34 2, 77 | Whether the reason can be overcome by a passion, against its 35 2, 77 | that the reason cannot be overcome by a passion, ~against its 36 2, 77 | For the stronger is not overcome by the weaker. ~Now knowledge, 37 2, 77 | Therefore it cannot be overcome by a passion, which is weak 38 2, 77 | that knowledge can never be overcome by passion; wherefore ~he 39 2, 80 | Now "by whom a man is overcome, of the same also he ~is 40 2, 80 | commits a sin, has been ~overcome by the devil.~Aquin.: SMT 41 2, 80 | slave not only by being overcome by ~him, but also by subjecting 42 2, 87 | Divine ~grace, they are overcome by their passions. In this 43 2, 89 | that the tempter would have overcome man, unless first of all 44 2, 98 | that his pride might be overcome in this matter, ~man was 45 2, 102 | We offer a calf, when we ~overcome the pride of the flesh; 46 2, 24 | in duty bound, of being overcome by evil, ~but also wish 47 2, 24 | evil, ~but also wish to overcome evil by good [*Rm. 12:21], 48 2, 33 | assaults of sin should ~be overcome, sometimes by flight, sometimes 49 2, 75 | whereby he may resist and overcome this inclination." And then 50 2, 96 | through such fear as may overcome a high-principled man.~Aquin.: 51 2, 102 | to another's voice, we ~overcome ourselves in our own hearts."~ 52 2, 106 | him, since this is to be overcome by evil, which was forbidden 53 2, 106 | says (Rm. 12:21): "Be not overcome by evil, but overcome ~evil 54 2, 106 | not overcome by evil, but overcome ~evil by good."~Aquin.: 55 2, 121 | fortitude of the just man is to overcome the ~flesh, to withstand 56 2, 121 | Further, the weaker is overcome by the stronger. Now the 57 2, 121 | reason from being entirely ~overcome by bodily pain. And the 58 2, 121 | man spiritual sorrow is overcome by the ~delight of virtue. 59 2, 123 | slavery or hardships is overcome by fear, which is contrary 60 2, 126 | through being accustomed to overcome; the fifth is the fortitude ~ 61 2, 127 | good," wherefore not to be overcome by a grievous evil, ~such 62 2, 134 | safeguards the mind from being overcome by sorrow.~Aquin.: SMT SS 63 2, 136 | wonder, if a ~person is overcome by strong and overwhelming 64 2, 140 | Therefore intemperance, which is overcome by pleasure, is a less grievous ~ 65 2, 140 | than cowardice, which is overcome by fear.~Aquin.: SMT SS 66 2, 140 | on the other hand to be overcome by a stronger force is proof ~ 67 2, 140 | it is ~more difficult to overcome the fear of dangers of death, 68 2, 152 | passion is ~more difficult to overcome.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[154] A[ 69 2, 152 | powers are more or less overcome by ~sleep, on account of 70 2, 153 | concupiscible, whose passions overcome ~reason, for Andronicus 71 2, 154 | the ~judgment of reason is overcome in the incontinent man. 72 2, 154 | The judgment of reason is overcome in the incontinent man, ~ 73 2, 154 | pardonable if a person is overcome by strong and overwhelming 74 2, 155 | and resist not evil, but overcome ~evil by good." Now this 75 2, 160 | absurdity, ~so too, in order to overcome their pride, God punishes 76 2, 165 | struck him strongly, and ~overcome by curiosity Alypius opened 77 2, 178 | what is above them, they ~overcome that which they are." Now 78 2, 180 | whether their soul is neither overcome with joy in ~the presence 79 2, 181 | freedom from sin is not to be overcome by the inclination to sin, ~ 80 3, 1 | caused the tyrant to be overcome by ~none other than man, 81 3, 1 | that the devil should be ~overcome by the justice of the man 82 3, 5 | without a ~soul; and on being overcome on this point by the Gospel 83 3, 14 | the devil's power to be overcome and man's weakness ~healed, 84 3, 15 | the flesh is ~thoroughly overcome, so as to be incapable of 85 3, 30 | in battle was coming to overcome the powers of the ~air."~ 86 3, 41 | he desires, above all, to overcome the holy. Hence also ~it 87 3, 41 | teach us, to wit, how to ~overcome the temptations of the devil. 88 3, 41 | that "the devil was to be overcome, not by the power of ~God, 89 3, 41 | was not because He was ~overcome by want of food, but because 90 3, 41 | that "Christ purposed to overcome ~the devil by humility, 91 3, 42 | 2:26,28): "He that shall overcome . . . I will give him power 92 3, 43 | out a demon unless He had overcome Him by ~Divine power; fourthly, 93 3, 44 | but when He failed to ~overcome Him by temptation, He doubted 94 3, 46 | dignity, that as man was overcome and deceived by the ~devil, 95 3, 46 | rock; likewise, in order to overcome Amalec, Moses stretched ~ 96 3, 48 | 2:19): "By whom a man is overcome, ~of the same also he is 97 3, 48 | Since, then, the devil had overcome ~man by inducing him to 98 3, 49 | the devil's power, and was overcome by his tempting. Another ~ 99 3, 58 | 21): "To him that shall ~overcome, I will give to sit with 100 3, 58 | throne: as I also have ~overcome, and am set down with My 101 3, 58 | hand. ~Therefore others who overcome likewise, sit at the Father' 102 3, 59 | says (Apoc. 3:21): "I have overcome and am set down in My ~Father' 103 3, 69 | diminished, so that man be not overcome by ~them.~Aquin.: SMT TP 104 3, 72 | abideth in you, and you have overcome the wicked one." And ~therefore 105 3, 86 | a manner, God would ~be overcome by man, if man wished a 106 Suppl, 62| the fifth is if she be overcome by force; ~the sixth is 107 Suppl, 65| because he sins more who is overcome by a lighter temptation. 108 Suppl, 79| impossible for agent to overcome patient except through the 109 Suppl, 79| form does not ~perfectly overcome matter, it cannot tie it 110 Suppl, 81| resistance of the movable were overcome altogether. Now ~although 111 Suppl, 81| movement, can be altogether overcome by a mover of infinite ~ 112 Suppl, 81| by the movement cannot be overcome ~altogether except by depriving 113 Suppl, 93| Have confidence, I have overcome the ~world," and Apoc. 5: 114 Suppl, 93| 21): "To him that shall overcome, I will give to sit with 115 Suppl, 93| My throne, as I also have overcome, and am set down in My Father' 116 Suppl, 93| the ~irascible power is to overcome even death for Christ's 117 Appen1, 2| Wherefore if grace entirely overcome the corruption of ~concupiscence,


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