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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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war

   Part, Question
1 1, 13 | The Lord is a man of war, ~Almighty is His name."~ 2 1, 24 | may ~be called the book of war, whether it contains the 3 1, 107 | the precentors; and in war, generals and ~officers; 4 2, 40 | especially in matters of war, conduces to action; for 5 2, 40 | Despair threatens danger in war, on account of a certain ~ 6 2, 66 | fortitude, "is useful in war, and the latter," i.e. justice, " 7 2, 66 | i.e. justice, "both in war ~and in peace." After fortitude 8 2, 70 | Idolatry, by reason of which war was ~waged against the Gospel 9 2, 100 | by the commanders in ~the war, which is undertaken for 10 2, 105 | common good is sought in a war which men ~fight against 11 2, 105 | written (Ex. 17:16): "The war of ~the Lord shall be against 12 2, 105 | place, it commanded that ~war should be declared for a 13 2, 105 | once they had entered on ~a war they should undauntedly 14 2, 2 | good: yet that, in a just ~war, a man be armed, or strike 15 2, 10 | Christ's faithful ~often wage war with unbelievers, not indeed 16 2, 10 | Absalom had been killed in the war which he had ~raised against 17 2, 28 | same time. Now many desire war and dissension. Therefore 18 2, 28 | OBJ 2: Even those who seek war and dissension, desire nothing 19 2, 28 | Consequently men seek by means of war to break this ~concord, 20 2, 28 | Whereas they ~lived in a great war of ignorance, they call 21 2, 35 | viz. schism, ~quarrelling, war, and sedition. Under the 22 2, 37 | schism, strife, sedition, and war. In the first place, then, ~ 23 2, 38 | 40] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF WAR (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 24 2, 38 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider war, under which head there 25 2, 38 | 1) Whether some kind of war is lawful?~(2) Whether it 26 2, 38 | is always sinful to wage war?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 27 2, 38 | is always sinful to wage war. Because ~punishment is 28 2, 38 | sin. Now those who wage war are ~threatened by Our Lord 29 2, 38 | Divine precept is a sin. But ~war is contrary to a Divine 30 2, 38 | place unto wrath." Therefore war ~is always sinful.~Aquin.: 31 2, 38 | to an act of virtue. ~But war is contrary to peace. Therefore 32 2, 38 | contrary to peace. Therefore war is always a sin.~Aquin.: 33 2, 38 | Therefore it seems ~that war is a sin in itself.~Aquin.: 34 2, 38 | Christian Religion forbade war ~altogether, those who sought 35 2, 38 | answer that, In order for a war to be just, three things 36 2, 38 | sovereign by whose command the war ~is to be waged. For it 37 2, 38 | private individual to ~declare war, because he can seek for 38 2, 38 | recourse to the sword of war ~in defending the common 39 2, 38 | power to declare and counsel war should be ~in the hands 40 2, 38 | x, super Jos.): "A just war ~is wont to be described 41 2, 38 | it may ~happen that the war is declared by the legitimate 42 2, 38 | are rightly condemned in war."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 43 2, 38 | Reply OBJ 3: Those who wage war justly aim at peace, and 44 2, 38 | peace in order to be at war, but we go to war ~that 45 2, 38 | be at war, but we go to war ~that we may have peace. 46 2, 38 | vanquish those whom you war against, and bring them 47 2, 38 | Hortatu) that Charles went to war with ~the Lombards at the 48 2, 38 | and meritorious to ~make war, for it is written (xxiii, 49 2, 38 | clerics to fight, because war is directed to the ~shedding 50 2, 38 | meritorious to wage a just war, nevertheless ~it is rendered 51 2, 38 | lawful to lay ambushes in war?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 52 2, 38 | unlawful to lay ambushes in war. For it ~is written (Dt. 53 2, 38 | ambushes even in a just war.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 54 2, 38 | no one ought to carry on war by laying ambushes.~Aquin.: 55 2, 38 | super Jos): ~"Provided the war be just, it is no concern 56 2, 38 | there are certain "rights of war and covenants, which ~ought 57 2, 38 | lawfully employed in a just war.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 58 2, 38 | is lawful to ~carry on a war on holy days, provided there 59 2, 39 | Further, strife seems to be a war between individuals. But 60 2, 39 | between individuals. But war is ~not always sinful. Therefore 61 2, 39 | strife is a kind of private war, because it takes place 62 2, 39 | Reply OBJ 3: In order for a war to be just it must be declared 63 2, 39 | your concupiscences, which war in your members?" But anger 64 2, 40 | something in common ~with war and strife, and differing 65 2, 40 | two points. First, because war and strife denote ~actual 66 2, 40 | Secondly, they differ in that war is, properly speaking, ~ 67 2, 48 | is written (Prov. 24:6): "War is managed by due ~ordering, 68 2, 51 | 1) that ~"love leads to war, and likewise to peace and 69 2, 56 | justice ~is useful both in war and in peace, as stated 70 2, 64 | enemy, are waging a just war, such things ~as they seize 71 2, 64 | things ~as they seize in the war become their own property. 72 2, 64 | who are ~engaged in a just war may sin in taking spoils 73 2, 64 | spoil, ~are waging an unjust war, they are guilty of robbery, 74 2, 69 | to lay ambushes in a just war, by prudently concealing 75 2, 93 | the issue of the coming war ~(1 Kgs. 28:8, sqq.). Therefore 76 2, 94 | appointed that he should wage war against the demons. Hence 77 2, 102 | in matters ~relating to war, a servant his master in 78 2, 114 | your ~concupiscences which war in your members?" Now it 79 2, 115 | peace, the other in time of war: while all these are ~preceded 80 2, 120 | your ~concupiscences which war in your members?" Now the 81 2, 121 | that wages an inexorable war on all vice, undeterred ~ 82 2, 121 | think that the business of war is ~of greater importance 83 2, 121 | than those ~connected with war." Now greater fortitude 84 2, 121 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, war is directed to the preservation 85 2, 121 | differentiated from the ~business of war that regards general wars. 86 2, 121 | they are most ~useful in war and peace."~ 87 2, 122 | those who die in a just war. ~Therefore faith alone 88 2, 130 | hearts," says: "Unless a ~man war against the love of human 89 2, 172 | to ~Saul the issue of the war as revealed to him by God, 90 2, 186 | Etym. xviii, 1), "A just war is one that is ~waged by 91 2, 186 | unlawful for them to wage war; and ~consequently no religious 92 2, 186 | that the religious can wage war on their own ~authority; 93 2, 186 | for soldiering, to ~wage war, not indeed on their own 94 2, 186 | who are competent to wage war by virtue of their office, ~ 95 3, 35 | when our Lord was born, all war ceased"; according to Is. 96 3, 69 | and to be trained up to war."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[69] A[ 97 Suppl, 71| due to them by right of war. They sinned, however, venially 98 Suppl, 93| Now if a man die in a just war in order to save his country, ~


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