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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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1 1, 32 | a false opinion without danger of heresy, before the matter 2 1, 43 | to expose himself to the danger of martyrdom, or to renounce 3 1, 49 | cause of both safety and danger of the ship is the same. 4 1, 60 | to expose himself to the danger of death for the public 5 1, 70 | guarding the people from the danger of idolatry: ~since the 6 1, 43 | to expose himself to the danger of martyrdom, or to renounce 7 1, 50 | cause of both safety and danger of the ship is the same. 8 1, 61 | to expose himself to the danger of death for the public 9 1, 71 | guarding the people from the danger of idolatry: ~since the 10 1, 97 | ordered that without any danger of strife they would have 11 1, 112 | account of the ~threatened danger of his life, he wills it. 12 2, 6 | storm, ~through fear of the danger: wherefore it is clear that 13 2, 32 | be delivered from great ~danger, because it is something 14 2, 40 | OBJ 3: Despair threatens danger in war, on account of a 15 2, 45 | daring turns on threatened danger because of its own victory 16 2, 45 | victory over that ~same danger. Consequently it is evident 17 2, 45 | who have ~no experience of danger are bold." But want of experience 18 2, 45 | not aware of any imminent danger; since ~those especially 19 2, 45 | appear to be threatened by danger, who have harmed ~others.~ 20 2, 45 | first than in the midst of danger?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 21 2, 45 | first than in ~the midst of danger. Because trembling is caused 22 2, 45 | first than in the midst of ~danger.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 23 2, 45 | greater the daring. But danger is more arduous and ~difficult 24 2, 45 | when man is in the midst of danger and when he is ~being beaten, 25 2, 45 | of eagerness before the danger, yet in the midst of ~dangers 26 2, 45 | movement of daring to face ~the danger; so that when he comes to 27 2, 45 | comes to experience the danger, he feels the ~difficulty 28 2, 45 | men of fortitude who face danger according to the judgment ~ 29 2, 45 | slack, because they face the danger not from ~passion but with 30 2, 45 | they are in the midst of ~danger, they experience nothing 31 2, 45 | be because they face the danger on account ~of the good 32 2, 45 | will, however ~great the danger may prove: whereas men of 33 2, 45 | whereas men of daring face the danger on ~account of a mere thought 34 2, 45 | difficulty be added to the danger that it overcomes hope, 35 2, 45 | ensue, the greater the danger, the greater is the daring 36 2, 45 | Consequently if the ~danger be so great as to banish 37 2, 60 | fear are ~about some great danger; hope and despair are about 38 2, 61 | reason, e.g. through fear of danger or toil: and ~then man needs 39 2, 67 | will be there without any danger of ~error; fortitude, without 40 2, 67 | matters of terror ~and danger"; of temperance, in respect 41 2, 79 | said to expose a person to danger if we do not protect him. 42 2, 100 | his brother, ~shall be in danger of the judgment."~Aquin.: 43 2, 101 | capacity: else he would be in danger of downfall, were ~he to 44 2, 102 | decency: so that without any danger the altar could be placed 45 2, 102 | the ~door-posts, from the danger of extermination which threatened 46 2, 102 | Ex. 12:33; and there was danger that anyone who ~did not 47 2, 105 | in order to remove this danger, ordered ~things in such 48 2, 105 | the ~same time the said danger was removed, by prescribing 49 2, 105 | absolutely, he would be in danger of falling into idolatry. 50 2, 105 | were taken away from the danger of death by being removed 51 2, 105 | women on account of ~the danger of seduction, lest they 52 2, 2 | Consequently "there is ~no" danger or "condemnation to them 53 2, 2 | charge at the foe with ~danger to oneself, for the sake 54 2, 3 | necessity where faith is in danger, every one ~is bound to 55 2, 10 | faith, there can be ~no danger in disputing about the faith 56 2, 10 | however, the master were ~in danger, through communicating with 57 2, 10 | to succor a man who is in danger of ~everlasting death, than 58 2, 10 | death, than one who is in danger of temporal death. Now it ~ 59 2, 10 | sin, if one saw a man in danger of temporal death and failed ~ 60 2, 10 | other unbelievers ~are in danger of everlasting death, should 61 2, 10 | the gate of heaven. Now if danger ensue through not ~preaching, 62 2, 10 | One is on account of the danger ~to the faith. For children 63 2, 10 | order to rescue it from the danger of ~everlasting death.~Aquin.: 64 2, 10 | Hence it is they whom the danger threatens, if through ~being 65 2, 12 | incurring a yet greater danger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[12] A[ 66 2, 24 | sinners, on account ~of the danger in which they stand of being 67 2, 28 | to think themselves in no danger of suffering any hurt, ~ 68 2, 29 | instance, if they be in danger of death ~through hunger 69 2, 30 | this be ~possible without danger, he must ask the owner's 70 2, 31 | is therefore in greater danger." But fraternal correction 71 2, 31 | account of the ~imminent danger of scandal concerning faith, 72 2, 31 | is therefore in greater danger," as Augustine ~observes 73 2, 31 | contemptuous, because then the danger is ~greater, as in the case 74 2, 31 | Reply OBJ 3: When there is danger to a great number of people, 75 2, 37 | sin is a source of greater danger, or for some ~similar reason.~ 76 2, 38 | exercises presented no such ~danger, and hence they were called " 77 2, 41 | without incurring immediate danger), until the ~matter being 78 2, 41 | threatens to bring about the danger of a schism, for in that ~ 79 2, 60 | bound to expose himself to danger, in order to ~safeguard 80 2, 60 | would expose himself to ~the danger of death, were he to betray 81 2, 60 | who do not incur any great danger thereby; for they are invested ~ 82 2, 62 | cannot be killed without danger to the good, as ~Augustine 83 2, 62 | however, the good incur no danger, ~but rather are protected 84 2, 62 | spontaneously a lesser ~danger that he may avoid a greater: 85 2, 64 | person is in some imminent danger, and there is no other possible 86 2, 64 | greater and more universal danger to ~public justice whose 87 2, 66 | accusing a man has put ~him in danger of being punished severely, 88 2, 67 | the death of the body, the danger of which ~threatens the 89 2, 68 | on anyone. ~Or, if some danger threatens the accuser, it 90 2, 68 | not since he risked ~the danger of his own accord: whereas 91 2, 68 | accused, ~who incurs the danger against his will.~Aquin.: 92 2, 68 | would be more fraught with ~danger than if one were to tolerate 93 2, 69 | with him." Now no less a danger threatens the poor man whose ~ 94 2, 70 | Thou ~fool, shall be in danger of hell fire." Therefore 95 2, 70 | reviled there is ~not the danger of lust for one's own honor 96 2, 71 | reason of some consequent danger; ~or on account of the radical 97 2, 75 | the purpose of avoiding a danger, or of deriving some ~particular 98 2, 75 | give anyone an occasion of ~danger or loss, although a man 99 2, 75 | buyer an occasion of loss or danger, by the very fact ~that 100 2, 75 | defect may occasion loss or ~danger to the buyer - loss, if, 101 2, 75 | price on that ~account - danger, if this defect either hinder 102 2, 75 | time, or on account of the danger he incurs in ~transferring 103 2, 86 | should expose himself to danger. But whoever ~takes a vow 104 2, 86 | a vow exposes himself to danger, since that which, before 105 2, 86 | vow, he could omit without danger, becomes a source of danger 106 2, 86 | danger, becomes a source of danger to him if ~he should not 107 2, 86 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 2: When danger arises from the deed itself, 108 2, 86 | tottering bridge: but ~if the danger arise through man's failure 109 2, 86 | horseback, ~though there be the danger of a fall from the horse: 110 2, 86 | reap." Now a man incurs danger, not from the vow itself, 111 2, 86 | abstinence may be a ~source of danger to the person, so too may 112 2, 86 | if it prove a source of danger to his body. Therefore for 113 2, 86 | may be a direct source of danger to the ~person: and so on 114 2, 86 | accidentally it prove a source of danger to the person, this ~danger 115 2, 86 | danger to the person, this ~danger may be obviated by some 116 2, 87 | manner. Moreover, he is in danger of committing perjury, ~ 117 2, 87 | does not expose himself to danger, if God be unwilling to ~ 118 2, 87 | Reply OBJ 3: There is great danger in swearing, both on account 119 2, 95 | in order to escape from danger, and relying ~on the assistance 120 2, 96 | indiscreetly, he incurs the danger of ~lapsing into falsehood.~ 121 2, 98 | parties concerned without danger of committing simony, as 122 2, 98 | But if it were an adult in danger of death that ~wished to 123 2, 99 | exposing his parents to danger, in the hope of God's ~assistance. 124 2, 100 | to expose oneself to the danger of death for the sake of 125 2, 102 | fortitude, by facing the danger of death for a good end, 126 2, 102 | order to avoid scandal ~or danger.~ 127 2, 106 | namely, fear of an imminent danger. Zeal, as denoting the fervor ~ 128 2, 106 | death, not only without danger, but even with ~great profit, 129 2, 107 | is fraught with greater ~danger and is more annoying to 130 2, 108 | she ~exposed herself to danger. And yet one might also 131 2, 108 | deliver another from any danger whatever. Nevertheless it 132 2, 116 | that is, his life - to danger for ~the sake of money. 133 2, 121 | perceiving the greatness of the danger; ~sometimes it is owing 134 2, 121 | experienced escape from ~danger; and sometimes this is owing 135 2, 121 | fortitude is not only about danger of death, but also ~about 136 2, 121 | to expose ~oneself to the danger of death for the temporal 137 2, 121 | fortitude is not about the danger ~of death in battle.~Aquin.: 138 2, 121 | mind against the greatest danger, which is that of death. 139 2, 121 | man does not fly from ~the danger of death. But the dangers 140 2, 121 | impending sword, or any other ~danger though it threaten death. 141 2, 121 | behaves well in face of danger of any other kind ~of death; 142 2, 121 | especially since man may be in danger of any kind of death on ~ 143 2, 121 | moderate ~daring, since the danger which is the object of daring 144 2, 121 | already feels the presence of danger, whereas the aggressor looks ~ 145 2, 121 | the aggressor looks ~upon danger as something to come; and 146 2, 121 | that "some hurry to meet danger, yet fly when the danger 147 2, 121 | danger, yet fly when the danger is ~present; this is not 148 2, 121 | which he exposes to the danger of death. Therefore the 149 2, 121 | the ~deliberate facing of danger, and bearing of toil." Therefore 150 2, 121 | account of some sudden ~danger, this is a very strong proof 151 2, 121 | prepare his mind against danger by long forethought: in 152 2, 121 | beasts ~are incited to face danger through sorrow or pain, 153 2, 121 | person expose himself ~to danger in order to escape from 154 2, 121 | directly ~contrary to withstand danger: yet accidentally sometimes 155 2, 121 | that a ~man exposes to the danger of death for the good of 156 2, 122 | notwithstanding the threatening danger of death, the imminence 157 2, 122 | of which ~he braves the danger of death, so gratuitous 158 2, 122 | 4],5), fortitude regards danger ~of death chiefly, and other 159 2, 123 | he exposes himself to the danger of death. Now sometimes 160 2, 123 | all is that which ~has the danger of death for its object, 161 2, 123 | denote inordinate fear of the danger of ~death.]~Aquin.: SMT 162 2, 123 | man to expose himself to danger of death for the sake of 163 2, 123 | man who exposes himself to danger of death in order to escape 164 2, 123 | man through fear ~of the danger of death or of any other 165 2, 125 | person who puts himself in ~danger inordinately, or to others 166 2, 125 | with daring, or exposes ~to danger. But this seemingly pertains 167 2, 125 | precipitate and eager to meet ~danger, yet fail when the danger 168 2, 125 | danger, yet fail when the danger is present," namely through 169 2, 126 | behave aright in face of danger. ~But magnificence and confidence 170 2, 126 | essentially imply any relation to ~danger. Therefore they are not 171 2, 126 | through being unaccustomed to danger. Now ~these kinds of fortitude 172 2, 126 | anything great seems to involve danger, since ~to fail in such 173 2, 126 | by reason of the imminent danger.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[128] A[ 174 2, 127 | philokindynos}, that is, a lover of danger. But it belongs to ~a brave 175 2, 127 | man to expose himself to danger. Therefore magnanimity has ~ 176 2, 127 | grievous evil, ~such as the danger of death, is looked upon 177 2, 127 | 2: A man is said to love danger when he exposes himself 178 2, 127 | seemingly exposes himself to danger for the sake of a thing 179 2, 127 | ready to expose himself to danger, since he does ~something 180 2, 130 | Self-complacency is ~fraught with danger of one who has to beware 181 2, 132 | derives its difficulty from a danger that ~threatens the person, 182 2, 132 | of much less account than danger to one's person. Wherefore ~ 183 2, 134 | are connected with the danger of death, and about these 184 2, 135 | And evils that ~involve danger of death, for the most part 185 2, 136 | is evident ~that fear of danger is more impelling than the 186 2, 138 | have to be done in cases of danger are not, like the things ~ 187 2, 138 | wherefore there is less danger in determining, especially 188 2, 140 | possible for man without danger by frequent practice in 189 2, 145 | those connected with the danger of death. To endure hardships 190 2, 156 | without cause, ~shall be in danger; but he that is angry with 191 2, 156 | cause, shall not be in ~danger: for without anger, teaching 192 2, 156 | his brother shall be in danger of ~the judgment": and a 193 2, 156 | Whosoever shall kill shall be in danger of the ~judgment" (Mt. 5: 194 2, 156 | his brother, shall be in danger of ~the judgment: and whosoever 195 2, 156 | brother, Raca, shall be in ~danger of the council, and whosoever 196 2, 182 | souls is fraught with ~more danger than the monastic state; 197 2, 183 | account of some impending danger to his person, since the 198 2, 183 | Church, or on account of some danger to ~his person. Hence Augustine 199 2, 183 | When, however, the same danger ~threatens all, those who 200 2, 183 | to stand in the ~way of danger lest he lose what he loves." 201 2, 183 | who, in order to avoid ~danger, leaves the flock without 202 2, 184 | whosoever exposes himself to danger sins. But he who ~renounces 203 2, 184 | poverty exposes himself to ~danger - not only spiritual, according 204 2, 184 | sake ~exposes himself to no danger, neither spiritual nor corporal. 205 2, 184 | corporal. For ~spiritual danger ensues from poverty when 206 2, 184 | stated above. Again ~bodily danger does not threaten those 207 2, 184 | life would be fraught with danger of account of its multitude ~ 208 2, 186 | Blessed Antony shows the danger of so doing, in the Conferences 209 2, 186 | fraught with very great danger, unless the ~grace of God 210 3, 39 | be baptized. But no small danger besets ~any other man who 211 3, 40 | poverty is not open to this danger: and such ~was the poverty 212 3, 41 | world." ~Now, there is no danger in giving the devil such 213 3, 41 | Ambition ~harbors yet another danger within itself: for, while 214 3, 64 | also on account of some danger; for instance, if a child 215 3, 64 | instance, if a child in ~danger of death be brought to a 216 3, 67 | suppose a child to be in danger of death, and two ~persons 217 3, 67 | 1~Reply OBJ 1: Where the danger is imminent, the godparent, 218 3, 67 | things." But ~where the danger is not imminent, by reason 219 3, 68 | Secondly, because ~of the danger of death, for no other remedy 220 3, 68 | sickness or some kind of danger of death. ~Wherefore Pope 221 3, 68 | with the exception of the ~danger of death" (which is always 222 3, 68 | they are threatened with danger of sickness, ~they should 223 3, 68 | to rescue a man from the danger of eternal death than from 224 3, 68 | eternal death than from the ~danger of temporal death. But one 225 3, 68 | that is ~threatened by the danger of temporal death, even 226 3, 68 | of unbelievers from the danger of eternal ~death, even 227 3, 68 | order to rescue it from the danger of eternal death.~Aquin.: 228 3, 68 | sometimes in such cases there is danger of ~death. Therefore it 229 3, 68 | infant whose mother, through danger of ~death, was baptized 230 3, 68 | be ~baptized, in cases of danger: nor should it be baptized 231 3, 68 | should be done in cases of ~danger no matter what part of the 232 3, 68 | them if there be fear of danger ~otherwise it is better 233 3, 68 | be ~threatened with the danger of death. In which case 234 3, 68 | unconscious," because he was in danger of ~death (Confess. iv).~ 235 3, 70 | lest children should ~be in danger of loss on account of original 236 3, 70 | also say that in imminent danger of death, it was allowable 237 3, 70 | especially if these were in any danger. Or bestowed some ~blessing 238 3, 71 | necessity. And then, if ~the danger pass, they should be supplied, 239 3, 72 | 2: The sick and those in danger of death are exempt from 240 3, 80 | exposing ~themselves to danger, since the Apostle says ( 241 3, 80 | Thirdly, on ~account of the danger of vomiting and intemperance, 242 3, 80 | be any ~doubt as to their danger, lest they die without Communion, 243 3, 80 | the hour of death; unless ~danger be feared of vomiting or 244 3, 82 | sometimes on account of ~danger, as in the case of one suffering 245 3, 83 | reserved, on account of danger, and because the blood is ~ 246 3, 83 | brittle and there might arise danger of ~breakage; and the same 247 3, 83 | it could be done without danger, the Church gave ~order 248 3, 83 | But there was not so much danger regarding the body ~which 249 3, 83 | observed, on account of the ~danger; nevertheless, the same 250 3, 83 | followed. But the greatest danger regarding this sacrament 251 3, 83 | heinous ~sacrilege; while that danger is of less account which 252 3, 87 | sins, else he ~would be in danger of falling back, if he gave 253 Suppl, 6 | and, moreover, he ~courts danger, if he neglect to confess 254 Suppl, 6 | and chiefly when he is in danger of ~death, or when he is 255 Suppl, 6 | therefore, if he be in danger of death, he is ~bound, 256 Suppl, 6 | confess through being in ~danger of death. Nor is it on account 257 Suppl, 8 | Whether a penitent, in danger of death can be absolved 258 Suppl, 8 | sacrament of Baptism, when in ~danger of death, from another than 259 Suppl, 8 | any sin, a man who is in danger of death, the penitent, 260 Suppl, 8 | penitent, if he survive the ~danger, need not go to his own 261 Suppl, 8 | Further, when there is danger of death, Baptism can be 262 Suppl, 8 | subject, when ~he is in danger of death.~Aquin.: SMT XP 263 Suppl, 8 | bodily need. Therefore in danger of death, a man may be absolved 264 Suppl, 8 | he was absolved when in danger ~of death, but that his 265 Suppl, 8 | priest sins with greater danger to others or to ~himself; 266 Suppl, 11| priests, because ~they are in danger of having to prove that 267 Suppl, 18| disease, lest a greater danger ~should arise on account 268 Suppl, 19| them, on account ~of the danger that might threaten if men 269 Suppl, 20| both on ~account of the danger, and for the sake of less 270 Suppl, 22| contrary, Matters fraught with danger should be left to the ~decision 271 Suppl, 29| where there is the greater danger, the remedy should be ~a 272 Suppl, 29| who are in the greatest danger, it seems that olive oil 273 Suppl, 32| as to cause death, the danger of which is to be feared.~ 274 Suppl, 32| these diseases are full of danger and cause death quickly. ~ 275 Suppl, 32| quickly. ~Now when there is danger it is the time to apply 276 Suppl, 32| people are sometimes in danger of death; yet ~the remedy 277 Suppl, 33| sick man is in a state of danger of death, he does not ~leave 278 Suppl, 33| until they seem to be in danger of death. And ~if the sick 279 Suppl, 33| the sick man escape that danger while the disease continues, 280 Suppl, 33| thereby to the same state of danger, he can be anointed ~again, 281 Suppl, 39| were, on account of the danger of men and ~women living 282 Suppl, 41| contemplative. Wherefore no danger threatens.~Aquin.: SMT XP 283 Suppl, 47| s fear of ~a threatening danger, it follows that this violence 284 Suppl, 47| the mind occasioned by danger imminent or future" (Ethic. 285 Suppl, 47| mind occasioned by imminent danger," it would seem that ~he 286 Suppl, 47| respect of the quality of the danger feared, because the constant 287 Suppl, 52| bodily ~weakness, or imminent danger to her faith; for instance 288 Suppl, 52| all human acts, namely the danger to which his ~wife's chastity 289 Suppl, 54| persons looked chiefly to the danger of concupiscence ~arising 290 Suppl, 56| cannot come forth without danger: ~and to this birth regeneration 291 Suppl, 56| strengthened that it can without danger face ~the outer world which 292 Suppl, 59| was fraught with a greater danger, lest to wit they should ~ 293 Suppl, 59| unbeliever. For ~where the danger is the same one should take 294 Suppl, 59| married previously, the danger is the same, in ~fact greater, 295 Suppl, 59| reason to fear his being ~in danger: for then the husband can 296 Suppl, 62| And since there was more danger of this in men than in women, 297 Suppl, 64| certain signs there is fear of danger (to avoid which ~is the 298 Suppl, 64| fulfill his duty, ~if some danger were threatening. For this 299 Suppl, 64| account of the besetting danger.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[64] A[ 300 Suppl, 64| bound to pay for fear of ~danger to the offspring. But this 301 Suppl, 64| of the offspring and the danger to her own body: since, 302 Suppl, 64| unless there be fear of danger to her husband. If, however, 303 Suppl, 64| back his sword if a greater danger ~were feared from its not 304 Suppl, 64| Moreover there would be more danger to ~the wife's chastity 305 Suppl, 71| fighting, seeing they were in danger, they repented of their ~ 306 Suppl, 72| neighbor when the latter is in danger. Now the saints, in ~this 307 Suppl, 72| kinsfolk, when ~these are in danger, and manifestly assist them. 308 Suppl, 93| is fraught with greater danger, inasmuch as it is ~more


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