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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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soldier

   Part, Question
1 1, 20 | battle the general loves the ~soldier who after flight returns 2 1, 23 | were to ~give a horse to a soldier because he knows he will 3 1, 24 | aspect of an end. For a soldier is not ~chosen or inscribed 4 1, 63 | superior; for instance, the soldier's will, according to the ~ 5 1, 64 | superior; for instance, the soldier's will, according to the ~ 6 2, 88 | thief to death, or the soldier who slays the enemy of the 7 2, 91 | as it were: thus if a ~soldier be turned out of the army, 8 2, 100 | requisite ~first that the soldier should be subject to the 9 2, 100 | is a greater ~sin for a soldier to act treacherously and 10 2, 109 | movers; as the ~spirit of the soldier is bent towards seeking 11 2, 110 | accustomed to say that the soldier is in the good graces of 12 2, 29 | very great ~goodness. But a soldier on the battlefield is bound 13 2, 29 | safeguard the common weal, the soldier who with this in view succors ~ 14 2, 38 | Tim. 2:4: "No man being a soldier to God, entangleth ~himself 15 2, 38 | among other ~things that a soldier has to learn is the art 16 2, 42 | Reply OBJ 2: Even as the soldier who fights legitimately 17 2, 62 | they acted thus: just as a soldier slays the ~foe by the authority 18 2, 62 | by him; ~unless one be a soldier, exercise a public office, 19 2, 62 | good, as in the case of a soldier ~fighting against the foe, 20 2, 69 | even as it is lawful for a soldier to lay ambushes in a ~battle. 21 2, 69 | 3]), it is lawful for a soldier, ~or a general to lay ambushes 22 2, 69 | because no man "serveth as a soldier at any time at his own charge ~[* 23 2, 69 | Vulg.: 'Who serveth as a soldier,']" (1 Cor. 9:7). On the 24 2, 75 | Tim. 2:4): "No man being a soldier to God entangleth himself 25 2, 85 | 9:7): "Who serveth as a soldier at any time at his own charge? 26 2, 85 | Tim. 2:4, "No man being a soldier to God, entangleth ~himself 27 2, 98 | 9:7, "Who serveth as a soldier at any time at his own ~ 28 2, 101 | lord under one aspect, a ~soldier his commanding officer under 29 2, 102 | virtues correspond: ~thus a soldier, by defending his king's 30 2, 102 | authority; for instance a soldier must obey his general in 31 2, 115 | use. Thus it belongs to a soldier's fortitude not only to 32 2, 135 | work, for instance that a soldier persevere to the end of ~ 33 2, 185 | Tim. ~2:4, "No man being a soldier to God, entangleth himself 34 2, 186 | inconsistent with the ~duties of a soldier. Therefore no religious 35 2, 186 | widows." Likewise to be a soldier for the sake of ~some worldly 36 3, 47 | and its author; ~because a soldier cannot conquer unless he 37 3, 63 | character (A[1]) by which a ~soldier of the king is distinguished 38 3, 63 | distinguished from the enemy's soldier in relation ~to the battle. 39 3, 72 | sign of the cross, as a soldier with the sign of his leader, 40 3, 72 | enrolled as a Christian soldier. And therefore ~he is brought 41 3, 72 | enrolled as a Christian soldier. For one who is not yet ~ 42 3, 89 | officer thinks more of ~the soldier who, after running away, 43 Suppl, 24| life, e.g. if he become a soldier, or if he be guilty of bigamy [*


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