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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 2, 3 | end of the whole army is victory, which is the end of the 2 2, 18 | is of itself ordained to victory; secondly, ~as being ordained 3 2, 18 | which it corresponds; ~thus victory, which is the last end of 4 2, 25 | arises from the hope of victory, and fear arises ~from the 5 2, 32 | far as they admit ~hope of victory. To contradict and to scold 6 2, 43 | they are not confident of victory.~ 7 2, 45 | hurt, on account of its victory over him that fears it; 8 2, 45 | danger because of its own victory over that ~same danger. 9 2, 45 | on something good, viz. victory. But it ~belongs to hope 10 2, 45 | daring man, the good of victory is conjoined; yet ~daring 11 2, 45 | things that make us reckon ~victory as possible. Such things 12 2, 45 | as to banish all hope of victory, anger does not ~ensue. 13 2, 105 | pursuing the advantage of victory, by sparing women ~and children, 14 2, 109 | bent towards seeking the victory by the motion ~of the leader 15 2, 42 | fight without gaining the victory, provided they do nothing 16 2, 45 | particular end, such as victory, is said to be prudent, 17 2, 81 | they have the crown of victory and triumph."~Aquin.: SMT 18 2, 86 | as also by reason of the victory ~which he obtained, and 19 2, 95 | asked God for a sign of the ~victory promised to him (Judges 20 2, 136 | called 'vicia' what we call victory." These the Philosopher ( 21 2, 152 | fight is a daily one, but victory rare: and Isidore declares ( 22 2, 154 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, victory concerns the victor rather 23 2, 172 | message assuring him of victory."~ 24 3, 15 | devil, and won the crown of victory by overcoming ~them.~Aquin.: 25 3, 35 | in sign of His complete victory, in order that from ~that 26 3, 46 | God who hath given us the victory ~through our Lord Jesus 27 3, 46 | For how could Christ's victory over death ~appear, unless 28 3, 47 | was in ~keeping with His victory whereby He triumphed over 29 3, 47 | Man-Christ secured the victory through being obedient to 30 3, 47 | obedient man shall speak of victory."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[47] A[ 31 3, 50 | Death is swallowed up in victory."~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[50] A[ 32 3, 54 | everlasting trophy of His ~victory." Hence Augustine says ( 33 3, 57 | they were acquired by His victory.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[57] A[ 34 3, 63 | in the soldiers after the victory, as the boast of the ~conquerors, 35 3, 69 | may receive the crown of victory. Wherefore on Rm. 6:6, ~" 36 Suppl, 72| do so when the crown, the victory, the ~triumph is already 37 Suppl, 92| fruition is acquired by a ~victory. But this is not said properly, 38 Suppl, 93| fight which is followed by victory: "He . ~. . is not crowned 39 Suppl, 93| the character of a signal victory: for this joy is distinct ~ 40 Suppl, 93| him as a reward for his ~victory, but regards more the victory 41 Suppl, 93| victory, but regards more the victory of another: whereas a crown 42 Suppl, 93| rejoice with them in ~the victory.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[96] A[ 43 Suppl, 93| the character of a signal ~victory; and the fruit, in so far 44 Suppl, 93| achievement of a perfect victory. Hence ~it is not unfitting 45 Suppl, 93| there is a notable kind of victory, a special crown ~is due. 46 Suppl, 93| virginity a person wins a signal victory over ~the flesh, against 47 Suppl, 93| certain - that the virgin's victory is more perfect ~than the 48 Suppl, 93| and most brilliant kind of victory ~is never to have yielded 49 Suppl, 93| to the ~battle but to the victory gained by the battle.~Aquin.: 50 Suppl, 93| due to the most perfect victory whereby we ~triumph over 51 Suppl, 93| due to the most perfect victory that is won against ~external 52 Suppl, 93| assaults. Now the most perfect victory over passion caused from ~ 53 Suppl, 93| death, his is a most perfect victory. Secondly, the ~perfection 54 Suppl, 93| Secondly, the ~perfection of victory is considered from the point 55 Suppl, 93| person wins a most ~perfect victory over the flesh and the world, 56 Suppl, 93| world, so is a most perfect ~victory gained over the devil, when 57 Suppl, 93| there is ~both conflict and victory, and consequently a crown 58 Suppl, 93| participate in the ~perfect victory by imitating Him in Whom 59 Suppl, 93| Whom the fulness of perfect victory ~is realized. And therefore, 60 Suppl, 93| in Christ the notion of victory is ~found chiefly and fully, 61 Suppl, 93| chiefly and fully, for by His victory others are made victors - 62 Suppl, 93| corresponding to an ~exceptional victory: wherefore the three aureoles 63 Suppl, 93| he above all wins ~the victory who abstains altogether 64 Suppl, 93| with the world, the chief victory is to suffer ~the world' 65 Suppl, 93| due to martyrs who win the victory in this battle. In the conflict 66 Suppl, 93| with ~the devil, the chief victory is to expel the enemy not 67 Suppl, 93| proper character, regards the victory and the battle, ~and the 68 Appen1, 2| be subjected to him after victory. Now those who are in Purgatory ~


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