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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strife

   Part, Question
1 1, 80 | appetite: but by ~reason of the strife which arises from hatred, 2 1, 94 | good." But there is more strife and difficulty ~now. Therefore 3 1, 97 | possession is a source of strife, as the Philosopher says ( 4 1, 97 | that without any danger of strife they would have used in ~ 5 1, 112 | 1/1~Whether there can be strife or discord among the angels? ~ 6 1, 112 | would seem that there can be strife or discord among the ~angels. 7 1, 112 | in His high ~places." But strife is opposed to peace. Therefore 8 1, 112 | high angels ~there is no strife.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[113] A[ 9 1, 112 | authority there ~can be no strife. But all this exists among 10 1, 112 | Therefore there ~is no strife among the angels.~Aquin.: 11 1, 112 | unseemly. Therefore there is no strife among good angels.~Aquin.: 12 1, 112 | others; and thus there is ~strife among them.~Aquin.: SMT 13 2, 75 | prepares the matter for strife, which is ~often about the 14 2, 35 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Strife is not the same as discord, 15 2, 35 | the same as discord, for strife consists in ~external deeds, 16 2, 36 | 24: "And there was also a strife amongst" the ~disciples 17 2, 37 | deeds: ~such are schism, strife, sedition, and war. In the 18 2, 38 | to them, were guilty of strife, and ~of smiting with the 19 2, 39 | 41] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF STRIFE (TWO ARTICLES) [*Strife 20 2, 39 | STRIFE (TWO ARTICLES) [*Strife here denotes fighting between ~ 21 2, 39 | individuals]~We must now consider strife, under which head there 22 2, 39 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether strife is a sin?~(2) Whether it 23 2, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether strife is always a sin?~Aquin.: 24 2, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem that strife is not always a sin. For 25 2, 39 | is not always a sin. For strife seems a ~kind of contention: 26 2, 39 | Neither, ~therefore, is strife.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 27 2, 39 | it were a sin. Therefore strife is not a ~sin.~Aquin.: SMT 28 2, 39 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, strife seems to be a war between 29 2, 39 | always sinful. Therefore strife is not always a sin. ~Aquin.: 30 2, 39 | contradiction of words, strife ~denotes a certain contradiction 31 2, 39 | another through anger." ~Hence strife is a kind of private war, 32 2, 39 | inordinate will. Therefore strife is always sinful. In fact 33 2, 39 | properly ~that there is strife on his part. But if, on 34 2, 39 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Strife is not just the same as 35 2, 39 | the ~inordinate nature of strife. First, the quarrelsome 36 2, 39 | Q[40], A[1]); whereas ~strife proceeds from a private 37 2, 39 | are said to be guilty of strife, but those who resist the 38 2, 39 | case who are guilty of ~strife and commit sin, but those 39 2, 39 | Thes. Para. 1/1 ~Whether strife is a daughter of anger?~ 40 2, 39 | OBJ 1: It would seem that strife is not a daughter of anger. 41 2, 39 | concupiscible faculty. Therefore strife is a daughter, not of anger, ~ 42 2, 39 | stirreth up quarrels." Now strife is apparently the ~same 43 2, 39 | Therefore it seems that strife is a daughter of pride or ~ 44 2, 39 | a fool ~intermeddle with strife." Now folly differs from 45 2, 39 | wisdom or prudence. Therefore strife is ~not a daughter of anger.~ 46 2, 39 | Moral. xxxi, ~17). Therefore strife is not a daughter of anger, 47 2, 39 | Q[37], A[2]). Therefore strife is also.~Aquin.: SMT SS 48 2, 39 | that "anger gives rise ~to strife"; and it is written (Prov. 49 2, 39 | As stated above (A[1]), strife denotes an antagonism ~extending 50 2, 39 | This is what we mean ~by strife, and belongs properly to 51 2, 39 | Therefore, properly speaking, strife arises from anger.~Aquin.: 52 2, 39 | occasional cause of ~quarrels or strife, because, when a man resents 53 2, 39 | results in quarrel and ~strife.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[41] A[ 54 2, 39 | 1~Reply OBJ 4: Although strife sometimes arises from hatred, 55 2, 39 | endeavors to harm him with strife and quarrel. But to hurt ~ 56 2, 39 | those who are guilty of strife, and so he that "studies," 57 2, 39 | not, however, prove that strife is the daughter of ~vainglory 58 2, 40 | in common ~with war and strife, and differing somewhat 59 2, 40 | First, because war and strife denote ~actual aggression 60 2, 40 | people and ~another, whereas strife is between one individual 61 2, 40 | good which is assailed by strife.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[42] A[ 62 2, 114 | An angry man stirreth up ~strife." Now anger is opposed to 63 2, 114 | opposed to meekness. Therefore strife or quarreling ~is also.~ 64 2, 145 | You fast for debates and strife and strike ~with the fist 65 2, 178 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, all strife and struggle is a hindrance 66 2, 178 | to delight. Now ~there is strife and struggle in contemplation. 67 2, 178 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Strife or struggle arising from 68 2, 178 | triumph." But there is no ~strife or struggle in contemplation 69 Suppl, 65| occupation ~is a cause of strife: thus "potters quarrel with 70 Suppl, 93| Since, however, labor and strife are in the same subject 71 Suppl, 93| striven. But in martyrdom the ~strife presents a special difficulty. 72 Suppl, 93| habit, but ~to the actual strife, according to 2 Tim. 2:5, "


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