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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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strives

   Part, Question
1 2, 28 | apprehension of the ~beloved, but strives to gain an intimate knowledge 2 2, 28 | up with a good zeal, ~who strives to remedy whatever evil 3 2, 35 | opposition: because each thing strives in its own way to resist ~ 4 2, 37 | certain thing, the more one strives to shake off sorrow, ~provided 5 2, 109 | free-will, moved by God, ~strives to rise from sin, he receives 6 2, 12 | whereby he detests and strives to hinder the honor due 7 2, 23 | more fervent love, ~and strives to advance in charity, and 8 2, 31 | the result being that he strives to make him do better. ~( 9 2, 34 | are near him, and whom he ~strives to rival or surpass. For 10 2, 34 | beginning is that a man strives to lower another's reputation, 11 2, 47 | Further, no prudent man strives for the impossible. But 12 2, 71 | but rather of envy, which strives ~by any means to lessen 13 2, 72 | between two, the tale-bearer strives to sever ~friendship on 14 2, 72 | neighbor: while he ~that strives to sever friendship seems 15 2, 118 | to the letter of the law strives to defeat the intention 16 2, 127 | in the sense that a man strives ~to do what is deserving 17 2, 128 | presumption, by which one strives at that for which one is 18 2, 130 | hypocrisy. In ~another way a man strives to make known his excellence 19 2, 153 | vehement evil ~desires, strives more than the temperate 20 2, 178 | Ezech.) that "when the soul strives to contemplate God, it is 21 2, 178 | a thing against which he strives: but in that for which he 22 2, 178 | but in that for which he strives; when ~he has obtained it, 23 Suppl, 71| the patient, so whoever strives for ~his neighbor's salvation 24 Suppl, 93| conflict, when, to wit, a man strives for the most honorable cause; ~


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