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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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friendship

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1 1, 20 | desire, and the ~love of friendship. Now God does not love irrational 2 1, 20 | Himself. Nor with the ~love of friendship; since there can be no friendship 3 1, 20 | friendship; since there can be no friendship with irrational ~creatures, 4 1, 20 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Friendship cannot exist except towards 5 1, 20 | creatures with ~the love of friendship; but as it were with the 6 1, 60 | while the ~first is called "friendship."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 7 1, 60 | fashion, as to the love of friendship, in so ~far as he naturally 8 1, 61 | while the ~first is called "friendship."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[60] A[ 9 1, 61 | fashion, as to the love of friendship, in so ~far as he naturally 10 2, 2 | himself with the love of friendship there will be ~occasion 11 2, 4 | love of God. Consequently, friendship is, as it ~were, concomitant 12 2, 24 | free from hatred, anger, friendship and pity." Therefore ~passion 13 2, 26 | properly divided into love of friendship, and love ~of concupiscence?~ 14 2, 26 | dilection, charity and friendship. They differ, however, in ~ 15 2, 26 | however, in ~this, that "friendship," according to the Philosopher ( 16 2, 26 | properly divided into love of friendship and love of ~concupiscence?~ 17 2, 26 | properly divided into love of ~friendship and love of concupiscence. 18 2, 26 | love is a passion, while ~friendship is a habit," according to 19 2, 26 | concupiscence and love of friendship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] A[ 20 2, 26 | Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 3) friendship ~is threefold, that which 21 2, 26 | But ~useful and pleasant friendship are not without concupiscence. 22 2, 26 | should not be contrasted with friendship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] A[ 23 2, 26 | Topic. ii, 3. But we have no friendship for ~wine and suchlike things, 24 2, 26 | is distinct from love of friendship.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[26] A[ 25 2, 26 | to another, and love of ~friendship towards him to whom he wishes 26 2, 26 | is loved with the love of friendship is loved simply and ~for 27 2, 26 | Love is not divided into friendship and concupiscence, but ~ 28 2, 26 | concupiscence, but ~into love of friendship, and love of concupiscence. 29 2, 26 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: When friendship is based on usefulness or 30 2, 26 | respect the character ~of friendship is preserved. But since 31 2, 26 | use, the result is that friendship of the useful or ~pleasant, 32 2, 26 | loses ~the character to true friendship.~ 33 2, 27 | those who retain their ~friendship for the dead." But all are 34 2, 27 | likeness causes love of friendship or ~well-being. For the 35 2, 27 | love of concupiscence, or friendship founded on ~usefulness or 36 2, 27 | who is ~constant in his friendship as compared to one who is 37 2, 27 | inconstant. For in ~either case friendship seems to be based on usefulness. 38 2, 27 | them: as happens in every friendship based on ~usefulness. Therefore 39 2, 28 | concupiscence ~and love of friendship; each of these arises from 40 2, 28 | another with the love of friendship, he ~wills good to him, 41 2, 28 | himself, if ~it be love of friendship; as to something belonging 42 2, 28 | beloved, with the love of friendship: not indeed from any extrinsic 43 2, 28 | concupiscence and by the love ~of friendship, but not in the same way. 44 2, 28 | Whereas, in the love of friendship, the lover ~is in the beloved, 45 2, 28 | indwelling in the love of friendship can be ~understood in regard 46 2, 28 | love directly; by love of ~friendship, simply; by love of concupiscence 47 2, 28 | other hand, in the love of friendship, ~a man's affection goes 48 2, 28 | concupiscence, ~and love of friendship. For in love of concupiscence 49 2, 28 | the other hand, love of friendship seeks the friend's good: ~ 50 2, 31 | Further, the beginning of friendship which is for the sake of 51 2, 31 | pleasure is the cause of such ~friendship. Therefore the greatest 52 2, 31 | the final cause of the friendship which is for the sake of 53 2, 38 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, friendship demands mutual love, as 54 2, 38 | case there is a proof of friendship, viz. when a ~man rejoices 55 2, 47 | either by some kinship or friendship, or at least because of 56 2, 47 | not to care much for his ~friendship. Consequently all those 57 2, 48 | to make men forget their friendship." But in the presence of 58 2, 48 | a ~friend, the cause of friendship is continually being multiplied 59 2, 48 | by time: ~wherefore the friendship increases: and the same 60 2, 53 | intercourse has ~dissolved many a friendship." In like manner other habits 61 2, 60 | Aristotle (Ethic. ~ii, 7) calls "friendship" [*{philia}], and may be 62 2, 60 | philotimia," gentleness, friendship, ~truthfulness, and "eutrapelia," 63 2, 65 | God, but also a ~certain friendship with Him; which implies, 64 2, 65 | hope. Wherefore just as ~friendship with a person would be impossible, 65 2, 65 | familiar colloquy; ~so too, friendship with God, which is charity, 66 2, 66 | charity ~implies love of friendship, to which we are led by 67 2, 72 | no different species of friendship, ~by reason of its admitting 68 2, 99 | law aims at establishing friendship, ~either between man and 69 2, 99 | stated in Ethic. ix, 8, "friendship towards another ~arises 70 2, 99 | towards another ~arises from friendship towards oneself," in so 71 2, 99 | human law is to ~created friendship between man and man; so 72 2, 99 | law is to establish man in friendship with God. Now since likeness ~ 73 2, 99 | there cannot possibly be any friendship of man to God, Who is ~supremely 74 2, 105 | fact, it rather strengthens friendship and accustoms men to ~give 75 2, 105 | very great incentive to friendship. The Law ~granted these 76 2, 114 | congruous and in harmony with ~friendship that God should fulfil man' 77 2, 18 | and no longer loves the ~friendship of God which he has lost, 78 2, 22 | 1) Whether charity is friendship?~(2) Whether it is something 79 2, 22 | 1/1~Whether charity is friendship?~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 80 2, 22 | seem that charity is not friendship. For nothing is so ~appropriate 81 2, 22 | nothing is so ~appropriate to friendship as to dwell with one's friend, 82 2, 22 | Therefore charity is not friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 83 2, 22 | 2: Further, there is no friendship without return of love ( 84 2, 22 | Therefore charity is not friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 85 2, 22 | there are ~three kinds of friendship, directed respectively towards 86 2, 22 | Now charity is not the friendship for the ~useful or delightful; 87 2, 22 | beginning of the Bible: "True friendship cemented by ~Christ, is 88 2, 22 | Scriptures." No more is it ~friendship for the virtuous, since 89 2, 22 | love even sinners, ~whereas friendship based on the virtuous is 90 2, 22 | Therefore charity is not friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 91 2, 22 | charity. Therefore charity is friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[23] A[ 92 2, 22 | love has the character of friendship, but that love which is 93 2, 22 | like), ~it is love not of friendship, but of a kind of concupiscence. 94 2, 22 | absurd to speak of having friendship for wine or for a horse.~ 95 2, 22 | well-wishing suffice for friendship, for a certain ~mutual love 96 2, 22 | love is requisite, since friendship is between friend and friend: ~ 97 2, 22 | happiness to us, some kind of friendship ~must needs be based on 98 2, 22 | evident that charity is the friendship of man for God.~Aquin.: 99 2, 22 | 2 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: Friendship extends to a person in two 100 2, 22 | himself, and in this way friendship never extends but to one' 101 2, 22 | another, as, when ~a man has friendship for a certain person, for 102 2, 22 | that, in ~this way, the friendship of charity extends even 103 2, 22 | relation to God, to Whom the friendship of charity ~is chiefly directed.~ 104 2, 22 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The friendship that is based on the virtuous 105 2, 22 | charity, which above all is friendship based on the virtuous, extends 106 2, 22 | For charity is a kind ~of friendship. Now philosophers do not 107 2, 22 | philosophers do not reckon friendship a virtue, as may ~be gathered 108 2, 22 | viii) does not deny that friendship ~is a virtue, but affirms 109 2, 22 | the ~legal due, whereas friendship considers the aspect of 110 2, 22 | the fact that not every friendship is praiseworthy and ~virtuous, 111 2, 22 | virtuous, as in the case of friendship based on pleasure or utility. ~ 112 2, 22 | pleasure or utility. ~Wherefore friendship for the virtuous is something 113 2, 22 | Further, charity comprises friendship for our neighbor. But the ~ 114 2, 22 | reckons several species of friendship (Ethic. viii, 3,11,12). ~ 115 2, 22 | above (A[1]) is a kind of friendship ~of man for God. Now the 116 2, 22 | the different species of friendship are ~differentiated, first 117 2, 22 | there are three species of friendship, namely friendship for the ~ 118 2, 22 | species of friendship, namely friendship for the ~useful, for the 119 2, 22 | there is one species of friendship between kinsmen, and another 120 2, 22 | happiness, on which this friendship is based, is also one. ~ 121 2, 22 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Human friendship of which the Philosopher 122 2, 23 | 23], A[1]), charity is a friendship of ~man for God, founded 123 2, 23 | Philosopher ~says, in reference to friendship (Ethic. viii, 5) "that want 124 2, 23 | has destroyed many a friendship." Now this is because the 125 2, 23 | to prefer sin to God's ~friendship, which requires that we 126 2, 24 | bound to show them tokens of friendship?~(10) Whether we ought to 127 2, 24 | Further, charity is a kind of friendship, as stated above (Q[23], ~ 128 2, 24 | 1]). But no man can have friendship for charity or for an accident, ~ 129 2, 24 | which is essential to ~friendship, as stated in Ethic. viii. 130 2, 24 | simply, but has the nature of friendship, as ~stated above (Q[23], 131 2, 24 | above (Q[23], A[1]). Now by friendship a thing is loved in two ~ 132 2, 24 | friend for whom we have friendship, and to whom we ~wish good 133 2, 24 | This argument considers friendship as referred to those ~with 134 2, 24 | charity is a kind of friendship. Now the love of friendship 135 2, 24 | friendship. Now the love of friendship is twofold: ~first, there 136 2, 24 | for the friend to whom our friendship is given, ~secondly, the 137 2, 24 | refer in a general ~way to friendship, which cannot have an irrational 138 2, 24 | its ~object: first because friendship is towards one to whom we 139 2, 24 | Secondly, because ~all friendship is based on some fellowship 140 2, 24 | nothing is so ~proper to friendship as to live together," as 141 2, 24 | regulated by reason. Hence friendship with irrational ~creatures 142 2, 24 | Therefore we cannot have the friendship of charity towards an irrational ~ 143 2, 24 | any way true, whereas ~the friendship of charity extends only 144 2, 24 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, friendship, by its very nature, implies 145 2, 24 | But charity is a kind of friendship, as stated above (Q[23], 146 2, 24 | Since charity is a kind of friendship, as stated above ~(Q[23], 147 2, 24 | under ~the general notion of friendship, and in this way we must 148 2, 24 | more ~than a friend, since friendship implies union, for Dionysius 149 2, 24 | is ~the form and root of friendship. For if we have friendship 150 2, 24 | friendship. For if we have friendship with others it ~is because 151 2, 24 | namely as denoting man's friendship with God in the first place, 152 2, 24 | under the general notion of ~friendship: and the Second Objection 153 2, 24 | 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, the friendship of charity is based on fellowship 154 2, 24 | since charity is a kind of friendship it is towards ~those who 155 2, 24 | Mutual love is found in the friendship which is for ~another, but 156 2, 24 | Further, it is part of friendship that one should desire and 157 2, 24 | deny them the amenities of ~friendship, so long as there is hope 158 2, 24 | more akin than money to ~friendship. When, however, they fall 159 2, 24 | things that are proper to ~friendship. For in the first place, 160 2, 24 | unable to give them the friendship ~of charity.~Aquin.: SMT 161 2, 24 | above (Q[23], A[1]), the friendship of charity ~is founded upon 162 2, 24 | therefore evident that the friendship of charity extends also 163 2, 24 | latter ~fellowship that the friendship of charity is founded.~Aquin.: 164 2, 24 | person who is the object of ~friendship, and thus we cannot have 165 2, 24 | thus we cannot have the friendship of charity towards the ~ 166 2, 24 | is an essential part of friendship that one should be a ~well-wisher 167 2, 24 | demon; consequently the ~friendship of charity which is based 168 2, 24 | above (Q[23], AA[1],5), the friendship of ~charity is based on 169 2, 25 | fellowship of which the friendship of charity is based. Consequently ~ 170 2, 25 | answer that, Each kind of friendship regards chiefly the subject 171 2, 25 | fellowship of which that friendship ~is based: thus civil friendship 172 2, 25 | friendship ~is based: thus civil friendship regards chiefly the ruler 173 2, 25 | fidelity and obedience. Now the friendship of ~charity is based on 174 2, 25 | effect. Therefore man's ~friendship towards himself is greater 175 2, 25 | himself is greater than his friendship for anyone ~else. Therefore 176 2, 25 | realized with regard to the friendship of ~charity which is based 177 2, 25 | which is the object of friendship, ~resides in some restricted 178 2, 25 | love God with the love of ~friendship more than with the love 179 2, 25 | OBJ 3: Further, in every friendship that ought to be loved most 180 2, 25 | with the foundation of that friendship: for, by natural ~friendship 181 2, 25 | friendship: for, by natural ~friendship we love most those who are 182 2, 25 | or our children. Now the friendship of charity is ~founded upon 183 2, 25 | with us we have no ~other friendship than charity, whereas for 184 2, 25 | good on which every other friendship of ~the virtuous is based, 185 2, 25 | commands each act of another ~friendship, even as the art which is 186 2, 25 | Memor. iv 7): "The ties of ~friendship are most strong and in no 187 2, 25 | Accordingly we must say that friendship among blood relations is ~ 188 2, 25 | connection by natural origin, the friendship of ~fellow-citizens on their 189 2, 25 | civic fellowship, and the friendship of those ~who are fighting 190 2, 25 | applies to other kinds of friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[26] A[ 191 2, 25 | altogether. Therefore the friendship ~of kindred is more stable, 192 2, 25 | OBJ 1: In as much as the friendship of comrades originates through ~ 193 2, 25 | matters of action. Yet the friendship of kindred is more stable, 194 2, 25 | such like ~matters, that friendship may be diminished or destroyed, 195 2, 25 | another kind of love. For the friendship ~between lover and lover 196 2, 25 | differs specifically from the friendship between ~child and parent: 197 2, 25 | child and parent: while the friendship we are speaking of here, 198 2, 25 | reasons for love in the friendship of a man ~towards his wife. 199 2, 25 | viii, 12) that "in ~this friendship there are the motives of 200 2, 26 | says (Ethic. viii, 8) that friendship ~consists in loving rather 201 2, 26 | Now charity is a kind of ~friendship. Therefore it consists in 202 2, 26 | five things pertaining to ~friendship (Ethic. ix, 4), the first 203 2, 26 | that "goodwill is ~neither friendship nor love, but the beginning 204 2, 26 | love, but the beginning of friendship." Now ~charity is friendship, 205 2, 26 | friendship." Now ~charity is friendship, as stated above (Q[23], 206 2, 26 | goodwill ~is a beginning of friendship."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[27] A[ 207 2, 26 | the Philosopher belong to ~friendship because they arise from 208 2, 26 | the ~true reason for the friendship of charity, which is God. 209 2, 28 | it is reckoned a sign of friendship if people "make choice of ~ 210 2, 28 | being one of the signs of friendship, and the Apostle says (Rm. ~ 211 2, 29 | contrary, Charity is a kind of friendship, as stated above (Q[23]~, 212 2, 29 | reckons among the acts of friendship (Ethic. ~ix, 1) "doing good," 213 2, 29 | general, and is an act of friendship, ~and, consequently, of 214 2, 29 | acceptation is an act of friendship or charity.~Aquin.: SMT 215 2, 29 | beneficence belongs in general to friendship or charity. Hence it ~does 216 2, 29 | not detract from a man's friendship, if, through love, he give 217 2, 29 | prove the perfection of his friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[31] A[ 218 2, 29 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Just as friendship or charity sees, in the 219 2, 42 | 23], A[1]), is a kind of ~friendship. Now friendship is between 220 2, 42 | kind of ~friendship. Now friendship is between one person and 221 2, 71 | severs that man from the ~friendship of other men, though they 222 2, 72 | tale-bearer intends to sever friendship, as appears ~from the gloss 223 2, 72 | tale-bearer. ~For since friendship is between two, the tale-bearer 224 2, 72 | tale-bearer strives to sever ~friendship on both sides. Hence he 225 2, 72 | is minded to ~scorn the friendship of a person with a bad name. 226 2, 72 | 2): "Thou art ~joined in friendship with them that hate the 227 2, 72 | that he may be fitted for friendship. Therefore ~tale-bearing 228 2, 72 | name is a disposition for friendship, and a bad name ~is a disposition 229 2, 72 | he ~that strives to sever friendship seems to act more directly 230 2, 73 | or is detrimental to his ~friendship. Therefore derision is not 231 2, 73 | tale-bearer to destroy friendship, so too the derider intends 232 2, 75 | Ethic. ~viii, 13), in the friendship which is based on utility, 233 2, 75 | On the other hand, in friendship based on utility we consider 234 2, 76 | received is based ~on a debt of friendship, and the nature of this 235 2, 78 | seven, viz. ~"innocence, friendship, concord, piety, religion, 236 2, 78 | consists in recollecting the friendship and kindliness shown by 237 2, 78 | liberality," "affability" or "friendship," or the ~like, all of which 238 2, 78 | between equals, namely, "friendship" in ~the external conduct 239 2, 78 | another." In this sense "friendship" is understood as directing 240 2, 78 | of it in Ethic. iv, 6. "Friendship" may also be taken as regarding ~ 241 2, 78 | three things pertain to friendship, namely, ~"benevolence" 242 2, 78 | under {epieikeia} or under "friendship."~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[80] A[ 243 2, 79 | revenge, (6) truth, (7) friendship, (8) ~liberality, (9) {epieikeia}. 244 2, 80 | on ~devotion. Even so all friendship is safeguarded and increased 245 2, 88 | savor of ~benevolence or friendship, which it is unlawful to 246 2, 99 | them is founded a kind of ~friendship, which would seem to be 247 2, 104 | for the ~preservation of friendship, according to the Philosopher ( 248 2, 104 | viii, ~13; ix, 1). Now friendship is associated with all the 249 2, 104 | Reply OBJ 3: Since true friendship is based on virtue, whatever 250 2, 104 | friend is an obstacle to friendship, and whatever ~in him is 251 2, 104 | virtuous is an incentive to friendship. In this way friendship ~ 252 2, 104 | friendship. In this way friendship ~is preserved by repayment 253 2, 104 | anything from a motive of friendship, if indeed that be his motive, ~ 254 2, 104 | justice, gratitude and friendship. It belongs to justice when 255 2, 104 | though in different ~ways, to friendship and likewise to the virtue 256 2, 104 | For in the repayment of friendship we have ~to consider the 257 2, 104 | to consider the cause of friendship; so that in the friendship 258 2, 104 | friendship; so that in the friendship that is ~based on the useful, 259 2, 104 | favor conferred, and in the friendship based on virtue ~repayment 260 2, 112 | viii, 3) that "the perfect friendship is that ~which is on account 261 2, 112 | virtue is the cause of ~friendship: "since the good is lovable 262 2, 112 | person should show signs of friendship to those whom he ~loves 263 2, 112 | ii, 9). Now this kind of friendship, according to the ~Philosopher ( 264 2, 112 | which is what we mean by friendship, is ~a special virtue.~Aquin.: 265 2, 112 | Philosopher speaks of a twofold friendship in his ~Ethics. One consists 266 2, 112 | belong to ~this kind of friendship. But he mentions another 267 2, 112 | not the perfect ~nature of friendship, but bears a certain likeness 268 2, 112 | is signified by signs of friendship, which we ~show outwardly 269 2, 112 | show them signs of perfect friendship, for we do not treat strangers 270 2, 112 | united to us by special friendship.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[114] A[ 271 2, 112 | 1/1~Whether this kind of friendship is a part of justice?~Aquin.: 272 2, 112 | seems that this kind of friendship is not a part of justice. ~ 273 2, 112 | Somno Scip. i) accounts friendship a part ~of justice.~Aquin.: 274 2, 113 | 1], ad 3), although the ~friendship of which we have been speaking, 275 2, 113 | the aforesaid virtue of friendship. But it ~would belong to 276 2, 114 | opposed to the virtue of friendship?~(2) Of its comparison with 277 2, 114 | opposed to the virtue of friendship or affability?~Aquin.: SMT 278 2, 114 | opposed to the virtue of ~friendship or affability. For quarreling 279 2, 114 | quarreling is opposed not to friendship but to temperance.~Aquin.: 280 2, 114 | Philosopher opposes quarreling to friendship ~(Ethic. iv, 6).~Aquin.: 281 2, 114 | opposed to ~the aforesaid friendship or affability, to which 282 2, 114 | it is. Now the ~virtue of friendship has a greater tendency to 283 2, 115 | giving belongs to charity or friendship. But the giving of ~liberality 284 2, 115 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: The friendship whereby a liberal man is 285 2, 152 | him by a special kind of friendship, as though ~they were of 286 2, 152 | that the various ties of friendship ~require, so that they may 287 2, 155 | and this results from friendship ~which makes friends rejoice 288 2, 184 | and thou ~art joined in friendship with them that hate the 289 3, 6 | depends on it, just as a friendship brought about ~by some other 290 3, 18 | ix, 4) ~that one mark of friendship is "to will and choose the 291 3, 75 | the special ~feature of friendship to live together with friends, 292 3, 80 | Christ with the sign of friendship. but not as to ~the extent 293 3, 86 | money, is not opposed ~to friendship through which the debt is 294 3, 86 | debt of sin is opposed ~to friendship, and so one sin or offense 295 3, 90 | more ~the reconciliation of friendship, which is accomplished by 296 Suppl, 12| an ~inequality opposed to friendship, so satisfaction brings 297 Suppl, 12| consequently equality of friendship. And since ~an act is elicited 298 Suppl, 13| repay as much as he can, for friendship does not demand ~measure 299 Suppl, 14| of offense is renewal of friendship: ~wherefore if there be 300 Suppl, 14| to hinder the renewal of friendship there ~can be no satisfaction. 301 Suppl, 14| sin is a hindrance to ~the friendship of charity, which is the 302 Suppl, 14| of charity, which is the friendship of man for God, it is ~impossible 303 Suppl, 14| of justice but also of ~friendship, so that for the offense 304 Suppl, 14| but also the equality of friendship must ~be reinstated, which 305 Suppl, 14| so long as an obstacle to friendship ~remains.~Aquin.: SMT XP 306 Suppl, 14| requires the reinstatement of ~friendship and the restoration of the 307 Suppl, 14| contrary ~of which destroys friendship, as the Philosopher states ( 308 Suppl, 14| claim to a gift, if he lack friendship. ~Wherefore, as all things, 309 Suppl, 42| from matrimony, such as the friendship and mutual ~services which 310 Suppl, 47| says (Ethic. viii, 2) that friendship which ~consists in a kind 311 Suppl, 49| Philosopher (Ethic. viii, 12) the ~friendship between husband and wife 312 Suppl, 54| Ethic. iii, 11, 12) "all ~friendship is based on some kind of 313 Suppl, 54| of fellowship." And since friendship is ~a knot or union, it 314 Suppl, 54| fellowship which is the cause of ~friendship is called "a tie." Wherefore 315 Suppl, 54| together in the union of friendship ~through the begetting of 316 Suppl, 54| mankind ~and the extension of friendship: for a husband regards his 317 Suppl, 54| prejudicial to this extension of friendship ~if a man could take a woman 318 Suppl, 54| kindred to wife since no new ~friendship would accrue to anyone from 319 Suppl, 54| concupiscence, and ~the extension of friendship, as stated above (A[3]), 320 Suppl, 54| sources of a wider natural friendship; and this was reasonably 321 Suppl, 54| scarcely a greater ~bond of friendship with their more remote kindred 322 Suppl, 55| that, A certain natural friendship is founded on natural ~fellowship. 323 Suppl, 55| Ethic. viii, 12) that the friendship of a husband towards his 324 Suppl, 55| him by a tie of natural ~friendship, so does one person become 325 Suppl, 55| just as there is ~a tie of friendship between blood-relations, 326 Suppl, 55| hinder the extension of friendship and the curbing of ~concupiscence, 327 Suppl, 56| namely the ~extension of friendship, because spiritual relationship 328 Suppl, 56| a ~sufficient reason for friendship: wherefore intimacy and 329 Suppl, 56| wherefore intimacy and friendship with ~other persons need 330 Suppl, 65| which violate the bond of friendship ~between man and God, and 331 Suppl, 92| soul's beatitude: "wisdom, friendship, concord, power, ~honor, 332 Suppl, 92| either one's equals, to whom "friendship" refers as regards ~the 333 Suppl, 95| will not preserve their friendship for those whom they loved ~


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