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advancement 10
advances 6
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44 victor
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43 advantage
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43 clothed
St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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advantage

   Part, Question
1 1, 63 | superior, if he can procure an advantage under an ~inferior which 2 1, 64 | superior, if he can procure an advantage under an ~inferior which 3 1, 95 | exterior sources more or less advantage and help: since indeed it 4 2, 21 | something to ~another's advantage or hurt. It must, moreover, 5 2, 98 | written (Rm. 3:1,2): "What advantage then hath ~the Jew? . . . 6 2, 105 | moderation in pursuing the advantage of victory, by sparing women ~ 7 2, 61 | there is at ~least this advantage, that he can trust the more 8 2, 64 | dark], because he takes advantage of the ~night."~Aquin.: 9 2, 75 | established for the common advantage of both ~parties, one of 10 2, 75 | established for the common advantage, should not be more of a 11 2, 75 | accidentally ~tending to the advantage of one party, and to the 12 2, 75 | the one man derive a great advantage by ~becoming possessed of 13 2, 75 | the price, because the advantage accruing to the buyer, is 14 2, 75 | find that he derives great advantage from ~something he has bought, 15 2, 75 | counsel which would be for his advantage in any way; but only in 16 2, 75 | to trade for some ~public advantage, for instance, lest his 17 2, 76 | with justice, but lest the advantage of ~many should be hindered. 18 2, 76 | Further, for no temporal advantage ought one to give another 19 2, 76 | account of any temporal advantage.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[78] A[ 20 2, 96 | Yet it is lawful to take advantage of an oath of ~one who has 21 2, 104 | off, and it would be of no advantage to him to be repaid for 22 2, 110 | pride profited us? or what advantage ~hath the boasting of riches 23 2, 121 | end, but of some temporal advantage to be obtained, such ~as 24 2, 142 | effect by reason of some ~advantage or harm resulting therefrom; 25 2, 148 | to have considered the ~advantage," namely of the prevention 26 2, 183 | the sake of some temporal advantage, nor even on ~account of 27 2, 183 | either for ~the sake of some advantage to the Church, or on account 28 2, 183 | hireling is to prefer temporal advantage or ~one's bodily welfare 29 2, 185 | with a view to his private advantage. ~Accordingly those who 30 2, 185 | supported by those for whose advantage they work.~Aquin.: SMT SS 31 2, 185 | preached merely for a temporal advantage; ~hence he says (2 Cor. 32 2, 186 | than one; for they have the advantage of their society." ~Therefore 33 Suppl, 15| cleansing of his sins, by taking advantage of ~them patiently. If, 34 Suppl, 36| Wherefore all temporal advantage should count for ~nothing, 35 Suppl, 48| whereby she ~intends an advantage resulting from the sacrament 36 Suppl, 60| Church cannot rightly take advantage of the law which ~permits 37 Suppl, 62| Further, no one should gain advantage from sin. But the adulteress 38 Suppl, 71| one should ~acquire some advantage from deeds of another.~~ 39 Suppl, 72| would have gained no such ~advantage from his death if he were 40 Suppl, 95| their damnation is to their advantage.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[98] A[ 41 Suppl, 95| clear that they gain no advantage from ~their sin.~Aquin.: 42 Suppl, 96| except on account of some advantage. Now God does not wish ~ 43 Suppl, 96| OBJ[3]]. Since then ~no advantage can result from the perpetuity


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