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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 112 | he was not beset by any dangers. Therefore angels are ~not 2 1, 112 | man is ~threatened by many dangers both from within and from 3 2, 35 | which is concerned with the dangers of ~death. And this kind 4 2, 40 | wine, and heedlessness of dangers and ~shortcomings. For the 5 2, 45 | strength, experience of dangers, abundance of wealth, and 6 2, 45 | who have no experience of dangers are more daring, ~not on 7 2, 45 | their own failings, nor the dangers ~that threaten. Hence it 8 2, 45 | danger, yet in the midst of ~dangers they stand aloof."~Aquin.: 9 2, 61 | which strengthens against dangers of ~death. Thus again do 10 2, 61 | able to check his daring in dangers of death, so as not to go 11 2, 61 | strengthened by fortitude against dangers of death, which is a matter 12 2, 67 | nor fear and daring about dangers of death; nor distributions 13 2, 68 | fortitude" against the fear of dangers; and against inordinate 14 2, 105 | down in ~its midst, many dangers might occur, since the foreigners 15 2, 2 | of fortitude, to face the dangers of death, and to charge 16 2, 56 | justice is, since it is about dangers of death, according to Ethic. 17 2, 121 | is hopeful of overcoming ~dangers - when, for instance, one 18 2, 121 | arms, ~think little of the dangers of battle, as they reckon 19 2, 121 | by toil, brave in face of dangers, steeled against pleasures, 20 2, 121 | namely ~in certain grave dangers. Therefore Tully says (Rhet. 21 2, 121 | is deliberate facing of dangers and bearing of toils." In 22 2, 121 | belongs to ~fortitude to face dangers and to bear toil. But this 23 2, 121 | toilsome deeds and external dangers. Therefore fortitude is 24 2, 121 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Dangers and toils do not withdraw 25 2, 121 | daring, but mediately ~about dangers and toils, these being the 26 2, 121 | fortitude is only about dangers of death?~Aquin.: SMT SS 27 2, 121 | fortitude is not only about dangers of death. For ~Augustine 28 2, 121 | fortitude is about the fear ~of dangers of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 29 2, 121 | to undergo the greatest dangers in accordance with reason 30 2, 121 | fortitude is properly about dangers of death in battle?~Aquin.: 31 2, 121 | fortitude is not properly about dangers of death in ~battle. For 32 2, 121 | fortitude ~is not properly about dangers of death in battle.~Aquin.: 33 2, 121 | danger of death. But the dangers of death arising out of 34 2, 121 | on the other hand, the dangers of ~death which occur in 35 2, 121 | strengthen the mind against dangers of death, not only such 36 2, 121 | fortitude is properly about dangers of death occurring in battle.~ 37 2, 121 | civil ~affairs admit of dangers of death arising out of 38 2, 121 | immovable in the midst of ~dangers rather than to attack them.~ 39 2, 121 | is ~chiefly about sudden dangers of death."~Aquin.: SMT SS 40 2, 121 | think ~beforehand of the dangers that may arise, in order 41 2, 121 | displayed chiefly in sudden dangers: since a habit works by 42 2, 121 | far as one prefers to risk dangers rather than lack ~pleasure. 43 2, 121 | But fortitude is about dangers of death which are of rare ~ 44 2, 121 | the pains of the mind and ~dangers those are mostly feared 45 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Though dangers of death are of rare occurrence, 46 2, 121 | the ~occasions of those dangers occur frequently, since 47 2, 121 | first place, because fear of dangers ~of death has the greatest 48 2, 121 | not expose his person to dangers of death except ~in order 49 2, 122 | virtue, especially against ~dangers, and chiefly against dangers 50 2, 122 | dangers, and chiefly against dangers of death, and most of all 51 2, 122 | death chiefly, and other dangers consequently; wherefore 52 2, 123 | because fortitude is about dangers of death, as stated above ( 53 2, 123 | not always connected with dangers of ~death, for a gloss on 54 2, 123 | dread to suffer carnal ~dangers, or to lose worldly goods." 55 2, 123 | fortitude ~which regards dangers of death. For this reason 56 2, 123 | opposed to fortitude regards dangers of death. Hence the argument ~ 57 2, 126 | greatest hardships, namely dangers of ~death, certain other 58 2, 126 | of fortitude, namely to ~dangers of death, they will be quasi-integral 59 2, 126 | Patience endures not only dangers of death, with which ~fortitude 60 2, 126 | any other ~hardships or dangers. In this respect it is accounted 61 2, 126 | fortitude: but as referred to dangers of death, it is an integral 62 2, 127 | fortitude that it is about dangers of ~death in so far as they 63 2, 127 | difficult to stand firm in dangers of death, wherein ~fortitude 64 2, 127 | things, so does he fly from dangers of death more than ~any 65 2, 127 | himself to all ~kinds of dangers, which seems to be the mark 66 2, 127 | if thou neither ~seekest dangers like a rash man, nor fearest 67 2, 131 | pusillanimity always a fear of the dangers of death: ~wherefore it 68 2, 134 | greater obstacle to good. But dangers of death, ~about which is 69 2, 134 | difficult to endure, namely dangers of death: whereas ~it may 70 2, 134 | against the fear of future dangers, but also in not failing 71 2, 134 | endure evils pertaining to dangers of death; and it is from ~ 72 2, 135 | daring in ~connection with dangers of death (which also is 73 2, 135 | to stand firm, namely in dangers of ~death. Wherefore it 74 2, 135 | difficult as to endure ~dangers of death. Therefore perseverance 75 2, 137 | work, or to avoid evils or dangers, since ~these may happen 76 2, 137 | confidence ~of overcoming all dangers: this belongs to the fortitude 77 2, 137 | it consists in enduring dangers, but also inasmuch as it ~ 78 2, 138 | withdrawn from them by ~corporal dangers, precepts of fortitude had 79 2, 138 | for a person not to fear dangers of death.~Aquin.: SMT SS 80 2, 138 | is ~about the greatest dangers wherein one must proceed 81 2, 139 | especially with ~regard to dangers of death, than to moderate 82 2, 139 | account of deadly pains and dangers, according to ~Augustine ( 83 2, 139 | dissolved; and such are dangers of death. ~Wherefore in 84 2, 139 | Now fortitude is about dangers of death ~which occur less 85 2, 139 | while fortitude regards dangers of battle which are endured 86 2, 140 | whereas some desire to avoid dangers of death, which ~pertains 87 2, 140 | matter. For cowardice shuns dangers of death, to ~avoid which 88 2, 140 | and sorrow, especially in dangers of death, stun ~the human 89 2, 140 | become temperate; whereas dangers of death are of rare ~occurrence, 90 2, 140 | more difficult to endure dangers of death than ~to refrain 91 2, 140 | to overcome the fear of dangers of death, than the desire ~ 92 2, 147 | thus fortitude is about dangers of death, and temperance 93 2, 153 | instance, the fear of mortal dangers, which ~stupefies a man, 94 2, 159 | the good of reason before dangers of ~death. But the reason 95 2, 164 | fortitude is concerned about ~dangers of death, and temperance 96 2, 164 | inclines us. chiefly to fear ~dangers of death, and to seek pleasures 97 2, 164 | perseverance against such ~dangers, and temperance for a certain 98 2, 182 | souls, on account of outward dangers: although the ~religious 99 2, 182 | of virtue if a man avoid dangers by entering ~religion; hence 100 2, 183 | to bring one into graver ~dangers." Wherefore it was not easy 101 3, 72 | that, with regard to the dangers of the present ~combat, 102 3, 72 | on account of ~imminent dangers, it is allowed for this 103 3, 83 | then that such defects or dangers can be met by keeping to ~ 104 3, 83 | Para. 1/1~I answer that, Dangers or defects happening to 105 Suppl, 22| excommunication is fraught ~with many dangers, unless it be inflicted 106 Suppl, 47| agitated in the midst of dangers. Since then fear is ~"agitation 107 Suppl, 47| the brave face even mortal dangers. Therefore no fear ~influences 108 Suppl, 47| 1~OBJ 3: Further, of all dangers a good man fears most that 109 Suppl, 93| all, so fortitude is about dangers of death as being the greatest


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