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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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defending

   Part, Question
1 2, 10 | unbelievers, sometimes by defending the faith, ~according to 2 2, 11 | deadly doctrines, persist in defending them." Now ~pernicious and 3 2, 38 | recourse to the sword in defending that common weal against ~ 4 2, 38 | to the sword of war ~in defending the common weal against 5 2, 39 | intention and on his manner of defending himself. For if ~his sole 6 2, 39 | much exceed moderation in defending himself: ~but it is a mortal 7 2, 62 | according to Rm. ~12:19: "Not defending [Douay: 'revenging'] yourselves, 8 2, 62 | Hence a gloss says: "Not defending ~yourselves - that is, not 9 2, 65 | injustice of the defendant in defending himself; (4) ~The injustice 10 2, 65 | injustice of ~the advocate in defending.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[67] Out. 11 2, 65 | themselves ~accusing, or also defending one another"; or again, 12 2, 67 | to aggravate the sin by defending oneself."~Aquin.: SMT SS 13 2, 67 | this is done chiefly by defending oneself with ~calumnies. 14 2, 67 | Now a condemned man, by defending himself, resists ~the power 15 2, 67 | Therefore ~he sins in defending himself.~Aquin.: SMT SS 16 2, 69 | Whether an advocate sins by defending an unjust cause?~(4) Whether 17 2, 69 | sins if he accept a fee for defending a suit?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[ 18 2, 69 | occupy himself ~entirely in defending the suits of poor people. 19 2, 69 | Whether an advocate sins by defending an unjust cause?~Aquin.: 20 2, 69 | advocate does not sin by defending an ~unjust cause. For just 21 2, 69 | advocate does not sin by defending an ~unjust cause, when once 22 2, 69 | advocate does not sin by ~defending an unjust cause.~Aquin.: 23 2, 69 | Lord." Now an advocate by defending an unjust cause, helps the 24 2, 69 | lawful for an advocate, in defending his case, prudently to ~ 25 2, 102 | correspond: ~thus a soldier, by defending his king's fortress, fulfils 26 2, 106 | concupiscible. Man resists harm by defending himself ~against wrongs, 27 2, 106 | far as it is concerned in defending ~the rights of the individual 28 2, 121 | reckon themselves capable ~of defending themselves against them; 29 2, 121 | because, to wit, he is defending the common good by a just 30 2, 186 | employ spiritual ~arms in defending the faithful against the 31 3, 49 | through Christ's Passion, for ~defending themselves against the wicked 32 Suppl, 39| without fault, for instance by defending himself, ~or again by mishap. 33 Suppl, 62| bound, for the wife, in defending herself before ~the judge, 34 Suppl, 85| his knowledge accusing or ~defending his conscience, so that 35 Suppl, 85| themselves accusing or also defending one another ~in the day


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