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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 20 | fled, but has never done a brave deed."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[ 2 2, 35 | Ethic. ii, 3). But ~the brave man who resists the movement 3 2, 35 | Rhet. ii, 4) that "the brave and ~the just are chiefly 4 2, 35 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: A brave man is not praised because, 5 2, 44 | an angry man is quick and brave in attacking. But in ~those 6 2, 45 | Para. 1/1 ~Whether the brave are more eager at first 7 2, 61 | it be just, temperate and brave; no perfect ~temperance, 8 2, 61 | temperance, that is not brave, just and prudent; no sound 9 2, 61 | temperance is said to be brave, by reason of fortitude ~ 10 2, 66 | of doing good. Hence the brave man ~and the just man are 11 2, 66 | necessary. Hence whoever is brave is patient; ~but the converse 12 2, 92 | permits ~something, as: 'A brave man may demand his reward'": 13 2, 96 | performance of the acts of a brave man . . . and the acts ~ 14 2, 96 | act of fortitude is to do brave things: ~and in this way 15 2, 105 | and be so much the less brave in battle. ~Secondly, because, 16 2, 56 | honors are accorded the brave and ~the just, since bravery 17 2, 107 | principal intention. ~For the brave man intends to act bravely: 18 2, 115 | says (Rhet. i, 9) that "brave and just men are ~honored 19 2, 121 | 7,8): "Some seem to be brave ~through ignorance; or through 20 2, 121 | virtue, "and some are ~called brave on account of certain passions"; 21 2, 121 | which people are ~said to be brave by way of resemblance, through 22 2, 121 | vice, undeterred ~by toil, brave in face of dangers, steeled 23 2, 121 | yet a man is not reckoned brave simply through bearing any 24 2, 121 | others he is said to be brave in a restricted sense.~Aquin.: 25 2, 121 | Body Para. 2/2~Moreover, a brave man behaves well in face 26 2, 121 | persons are" said to be brave chiefly because they endure 27 2, 121 | is not the behavior of a brave man."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 28 2, 121 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the brave man acts for the sake of 29 2, 121 | OBJ 1: It seems that the brave man does not act for the 30 2, 121 | it is impossible ~for the brave man to act for the sake 31 2, 121 | to the end. Therefore the brave man does not act ~for the 32 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 7) that "to the brave ~man fortitude itself is 33 2, 121 | we must conclude that the brave man intends as his proximate ~ 34 2, 121 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the brave man delights in his act?~ 35 2, 121 | OBJ 1: It seems that the brave man delights in his act. 36 2, 121 | Ethic. x, 4,6,8). Now the ~brave deed proceeds from a habit 37 2, 121 | of nature. ~Therefore the brave man takes pleasure in his 38 2, 121 | pure delight." ~Now the brave man performs acts of virtue. 39 2, 121 | by the stronger. Now the brave ~man has a stronger love 40 2, 121 | body; and consequently the brave ~man does all things with 41 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 9) that "the brave ~man seems to have no delight 42 2, 121 | wounds and blows. Hence the brave man, on one side, has something ~ 43 2, 121 | it is not necessary for a brave man to ~delight so as to 44 2, 121 | hinders the ~mind of the brave man from feeling delight 45 2, 121 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: In the brave man spiritual sorrow is 46 2, 121 | says (De Offic. i): "The brave man is not ~unmindful of 47 2, 121 | Ethic. iii, 8) that the "brave man ~is of good hope." But 48 2, 121 | occurrences: because the brave man chooses to think ~beforehand 49 2, 121 | forethought: in the same way as a ~brave man prepares himself when 50 2, 121 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether the brave man makes use of anger in 51 2, 121 | OBJ 1: It seems that the brave man does not use anger in 52 2, 121 | one wishes. Therefore a brave man should not employ anger 53 2, 121 | from the sick?" Therefore a brave man should ~not make use 54 2, 121 | that "anger helps ~the brave."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] 55 2, 121 | Para. 2/2~Accordingly the brave man employs moderate anger 56 2, 121 | natural is when a man ~is brave through anger, making his 57 2, 121 | is against ~them that the brave man stands firm. Therefore 58 2, 121 | is ~by that act that the brave man curbs fear, which is 59 2, 121 | Rhet. ~i, 9) that "just and brave men are most beloved, because 60 2, 122 | is the good wherein the brave man is strengthened, and 61 2, 122 | belongs to ~fortitude to brave not only death but also 62 2, 123 | and it belongs to a ~brave man to expose himself to 63 2, 124 | be removed, one is both brave to ~endure, and daring to 64 2, 126 | fortitude, which produces brave deeds through fear ~of dishonor 65 2, 126 | fortitude, which ~produces brave deeds as a result of warlike 66 2, 126 | fortitude which produces brave deeds resulting from passion, ~ 67 2, 127 | as a man is said to be ~brave in respect of things that 68 2, 127 | Offic. i): "If a man is brave we expect ~him to be magnanimous, 69 2, 127 | danger. But it belongs to ~a brave man to expose himself to 70 2, 129 | held in dishonor, and the brave in honor": and ~Tully says ( 71 2, 129 | he says ~that they who do brave things for the sake of honor 72 2, 129 | sake of honor are not truly brave.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[131] A[ 73 2, 134 | patience. Yet sometimes a brave man does not endure evils 74 2, 134 | reason Prosper calls patience brave (Sent. ~811).~Aquin.: SMT 75 2, 136 | against pleasures, the ~brave against fear, and the meek 76 2, 136 | in ~the end, just as the brave and the persevering man. 77 2, 139 | the greatest honor to the brave and the just."~Aquin.: SMT 78 2, 143 | it ~is the just and the brave who receive most honor," 79 2, 160 | he seem to be daring or brave.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[162] A[ 80 3, 89 | back, but has done nothing brave."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[89] A[ 81 Suppl, 47| compelled by ~death, since the brave face even mortal dangers. 82 Suppl, 47| The constant man, like the brave man, is fearless, as the ~ 83 Suppl, 86| body, although already brave and perfect, yet through


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