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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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enemy

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | and bravely pursues the enemy, more than ~him who has 2 1, 77 | shape, but as a natural enemy: and again a bird ~gathers 3 1, 80 | esteeming ~the wolf as an enemy, is afraid. In man the estimative 4 2, 29 | 4:16): "Am I become your enemy ~because I tell you the 5 2, 32 | the evil action of an ~enemy becomes an object of pleasure: 6 2, 46 | hater wishes evil to his enemy, as evil, ~whereas the angry 7 2, 46 | written ~(Ecclus. 12:16): "An enemy . . . if he find an opportunity, 8 2, 47 | written (Ps. 54:13): "If my enemy had ~reviled me I would 9 2, 58 | rushing violently upon the ~enemy, like lions [*Leonum more, 10 2, 88 | the soldier who slays the enemy of the common weal, ~are 11 2, 93 | wisdom'] of the flesh is an enemy to God: for it is not subject 12 2, 96 | were to happen that ~the enemy are in pursuit of certain 13 2, 105 | if it ~were taken by an enemy, or devoured by a beast ( 14 2, 108 | behave thus towards an enemy when there is no special 15 2, 24 | actually do so, and love his enemy for God's ~sake, without 16 2, 24 | demands of a man to show his enemy the ~signs or effects of 17 2, 24 | exception, though he be an enemy. Therefore ~charity requires 18 2, 24 | to Prov. 25:21: "If thy enemy be hungry, give him to ~ 19 2, 24 | show such like favors to an enemy belongs to the perfection 20 2, 24 | but purpose to induce our enemy to love ~us on account of 21 2, 26 | love one's friend, or one's enemy? (8) Which ~is the better, 22 2, 26 | more meritorious to love an enemy than to love a friend?~Aquin.: 23 2, 26 | more meritorious to love an enemy than to love a ~friend. 24 2, 26 | passage proves, to love one's ~enemy is deserving of a reward. 25 2, 26 | meritorious to love ~one's enemy than to love one's friend. ~ 26 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's enemy than to ~love one's friend.~ 27 2, 26 | greater effort to ~love his enemy than to love his friend, 28 2, 26 | meritorious to love one's enemy than to love ~one's friend.~ 29 2, 26 | loves you is better than the enemy who ~hates you. Therefore 30 2, 26 | friend than to ~love one's enemy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 31 2, 26 | love one's friend or one's enemy, these ~two loves may be 32 2, 26 | surpasses love of one's enemy, ~because a friend is both 33 2, 26 | to hate a friend than an enemy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 34 2, 26 | is better to love one's enemy than one's ~friend, and 35 2, 26 | reason ~for loving one's enemy. Secondly, because if we 36 2, 26 | than the ~love of one's enemy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 37 2, 29 | one were to do ~good to an enemy of the common weal, or if 38 2, 30 | deceitful kisses of an ~enemy."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[32] A[ 39 2, 32 | not a sin to hate one's I enemy.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[34] A[ 40 2, 34 | when a man grieves for ~his enemy's prosperity, for fear lest 41 2, 34 | both the destruction ~of an enemy rejoices us, and again his 42 2, 34 | done, the venom of our old enemy is infused ~into the heart 43 2, 38 | evil will, like an internal enemy."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[40] A[ 44 2, 38 | to keep faith with one's enemy, as ~Augustine states (Ep. 45 2, 38 | with our neighbor. Now our enemy is our neighbor. ~Therefore, 46 2, 38 | in order to deceive the ~enemy. Now a man may be deceived 47 2, 38 | one ought to deceive the enemy ~in this way, for there 48 2, 38 | campaign to be hidden from the enemy. For this reason among other ~ 49 2, 38 | purpose ~lest it come to the enemy's knowledge, as stated in 50 2, 39 | directed to the hurt of ~one's enemy either openly or secretly. 51 2, 49 | instance in the case of the ~enemy of one's country, when it 52 2, 53 | the contrary, No man is an enemy to God save for wickedness 53 2, 53 | wisdom'] of the flesh ~is an enemy to God." Therefore prudence 54 2, 55 | as ~when a madman or an enemy of the common weal demands 55 2, 62 | that is, not striking your enemy back."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 56 2, 64 | to take ~spoils from the enemy; for Ambrose says (De Patriarch. 57 2, 64 | by fighting against the enemy, or against the citizens, 58 2, 64 | who take spoils from the enemy, are waging a just war, 59 2, 69 | 23:4): "If thou meet thy enemy's ass going astray, bring 60 2, 81 | be prepared to love his enemy even in the ~individual 61 2, 81 | of necessity, or if his enemy should ~beg his forgiveness. 62 2, 88 | upon all the power of the enemy: and nothing ~shall hurt 63 2, 95 | order to escape from the enemy, this is not giving the 64 2, 98 | deceitfully procured by an ~enemy of his; or when he expressly 65 2, 113 | deceitful kisses of an ~enemy." Thirdly, by way of occasion, 66 2, 146 | unless we first ~tame the enemy dwelling within us, namely 67 2, 146 | combat." But man's ~inward enemy is sin. Therefore gluttony 68 2, 152 | of the hymn at even: "Our enemy repress, that so our bodies 69 2, 161 | God rather than make an enemy of his friend. That he ought 70 2, 184 | unarmed presume to attack his enemy, ~because Samson slew many 71 2, 186 | directly at shedding the enemy's blood than ~at the shedding 72 3, 4 | and thus to vanquish the enemy of ~the human race." And 73 3, 15 | completely it overcomes its enemy - to wit, the concupiscence 74 3, 25 | which it triumphed over the ~enemy, according to Col. 2:14, 75 3, 30 | stricken persevere, it ~is an enemy that we see."~Aquin.: SMT 76 3, 37 | subjected His ~Son to the enemy's law, which He Himself 77 3, 41 | temptation which comes from an ~enemy can be without sin: because 78 3, 41 | wished to be ~tempted by an enemy, but not by the flesh.~Aquin.: 79 3, 41 | temptation which comes from the enemy takes the form ~of a suggestion, 80 3, 44 | grievous attacks from the ~old enemy. This he does, either that 81 3, 47 | the Law, but as a ~public enemy, since He had made Himself 82 3, 49 | safeguard himself against the enemy's ~assaults, so as not to 83 3, 53 | Christ: "Rejoice not thou, my enemy, over me, because I am fallen: 84 3, 55 | the unity of His body, the enemy's hindrance may be ~understood 85 3, 63 | is distinguished from the enemy's soldier in relation ~to 86 3, 69 | having captured a redoubtable enemy, slays him ~not forthwith, 87 3, 71 | thorns." Now the devil is the enemy ~of man's salvation, which 88 3, 83 | being ~consecrated, that the enemy's power may be driven forth. 89 3, 83 | some machination of the enemy is apparent on account of 90 Suppl, 19| no wise king entrusts his enemy with the dispensation of ~ 91 Suppl, 19| he does not entrust his enemy with the ~dispensation thereof. 92 Suppl, 21| as a defense against the ~enemy, and in this respect he 93 Suppl, 21| hope, be given over to the enemy, for ~he is surrendered, 94 Suppl, 21| him from the hands of the enemy, whenever ~he is willing.~ 95 Suppl, 93| temptation which is of the enemy, who feared not even ~Christ ( 96 Suppl, 93| country from the attack of an enemy who ~designs to corrupt 97 Suppl, 93| victory is to expel the enemy not only from oneself ~but


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