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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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daring

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1 1, 21 | fortitude with fear and ~daring, meekness with anger. Such 2 1, 59 | passions in it, as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: SMT 3 1, 59 | Similarly, fortitude regulates ~daring and fear, which reside in 4 1, 59 | concupiscence, nor of fear and daring, to be regulated by temperance 5 1, 60 | passions in it, as hope, daring, and the rest.~Aquin.: SMT 6 1, 60 | Similarly, fortitude regulates ~daring and fear, which reside in 7 1, 60 | concupiscence, nor of fear and daring, to be regulated by temperance 8 1, 94 | only to fear, but also to daring and hope. Thus the act of 9 1, 94 | fortitude, as moderating daring and hope, but not as ~moderating 10 2, 23 | irascible faculty; such are daring, fear, hope and the like.~ 11 2, 23 | On the contrary, Fear and daring are contrary to one another, 12 2, 23 | Ethic. iii, 7. But fear and daring do not differ in respect 13 2, 23 | this tendency is called "daring." Consequently, in the irascible ~ 14 2, 23 | the same term (as between daring and fear).~Aquin.: SMT FS 15 2, 23 | present we have "fear" and "daring." But in ~respect of good 16 2, 23 | hope and despair, fear and daring, and anger which has not ~ 17 2, 25 | overtake us, which pertains to daring; or an evil ~actually present, 18 2, 25 | a stronger ~passion than daring, and daring, than hope. 19 2, 25 | passion than daring, and daring, than hope. And consequently 20 2, 25 | withdrawal from something; while daring and hope imply approach 21 2, 25 | despair precede hope and daring.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[25] A[ 22 2, 25 | whose object is evil, ~viz. daring and fear: yet so that hope 23 2, 25 | movement ~from evil, precedes daring. And that hope and despair 24 2, 25 | naturally precede ~fear and daring is evident from this - that 25 2, 25 | the reason for fear and ~daring: because daring arises from 26 2, 25 | fear and ~daring: because daring arises from the hope of 27 2, 25 | Lastly, anger arises from daring: for no ~one is angry while 28 2, 25 | despair, third; fear and daring, fourth; anger, fifth; sixth 29 2, 25 | precedes despair; fear precedes daring; and joy precedes sadness, 30 2, 25 | precedence: although at times daring or even anger ~regards something 31 2, 25 | OBJ 3: Further, just as daring is caused by hope, so fear 32 2, 25 | cause others: or hope and daring, from ~being akin to one 33 2, 25 | because it is an effect of daring, which cannot be a ~principal 34 2, 25 | it ~were, accidental: and daring implies movement towards 35 2, 25 | because it arises from daring.~ 36 2, 40 | and despair; (2) ~Fear and daring; (3) Anger. Under first 37 2, 41 | place, fear; and, secondly, daring. ~With regard to fear, four 38 2, 44 | heart unto endeavors of daring, as may be ~seen in those 39 2, 45 | 45] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DARING (FOUR ARTICLES)~We must 40 2, 45 | ARTICLES)~We must now consider daring: under which head there 41 2, 45 | of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether daring is contrary to fear?~(2) 42 2, 45 | contrary to fear?~(2) How is daring related to hope?~(3) Of 43 2, 45 | hope?~(3) Of the cause of daring;~(4) Of its effect.~Aquin.: 44 2, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether daring is contrary to fear?~Aquin.: 45 2, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that daring is not contrary to fear. 46 2, 45 | says (QQ. 83, qu. 31) that "daring is a vice." Now vice is 47 2, 45 | passion, it seems ~that daring is not contrary to fear.~ 48 2, 45 | contrary ~to fear. Therefore daring is not contrary to fear.~ 49 2, 45 | contrary to fear. Therefore daring is ~not contrary to fear.~ 50 2, 45 | says (Rhet. ii, 5) that "daring is ~contrary to fear."~Aquin.: 51 2, 45 | farthest removed from fear, is daring: since fear turns away from 52 2, 45 | that fears it; whereas ~daring turns on threatened danger 53 2, 45 | Consequently it is evident that daring is contrary to fear.~Aquin.: 54 2, 45 | 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Anger, daring and all the names of the 55 2, 45 | that Augustine speaks of daring: but we are speaking of ~ 56 2, 45 | and ~withdrawal, and thus daring is contrary to fear, and 57 2, 45 | fear, as a privation: while daring is ~opposed thereto as a 58 2, 45 | contrariety implies privation, so ~daring implies safety.~Aquin.: 59 2, 45 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether daring ensues from hope?~Aquin.: 60 2, 45 | OBJ 1: It would seem that daring does not ensue from hope. 61 2, 45 | ensue from hope. Because ~daring regards evil and fearful 62 2, 45 | the same order. Therefore daring ~does not ensue from hope.~ 63 2, 45 | OBJ 2: Further, just as daring is contrary to fear, so 64 2, 45 | Rhet. ii, 5). Therefore daring ~does not result from hope.~ 65 2, 45 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, daring is intent on something good, 66 2, 45 | and difficult. Therefore ~daring is the same as hope; and 67 2, 45 | are ~hopeful are full of daring." Therefore it seems that 68 2, 45 | Therefore it seems that daring ensues from ~hope.~Aquin.: 69 2, 45 | fearful ~evil belongs to daring, and the avoidance of good 70 2, 45 | follows, ~therefore, that daring results from hope; since 71 2, 45 | after habit; consequently ~daring which pursues evil, comes 72 2, 45 | Consequently just as hope precedes daring, ~so fear precedes despair. 73 2, 45 | does not always lead to ~daring, save only when it is strong.~ 74 2, 45 | Although the object of daring is an evil to which, in 75 2, 45 | in the ~estimation of the daring man, the good of victory 76 2, 45 | victory is conjoined; yet ~daring regards the evil, and hope 77 2, 45 | Hence, properly speaking, daring is not ~a part of hope, 78 2, 45 | fear. For this reason, too, daring cannot be a principal passion.~ 79 2, 45 | some defect is a cause of daring?~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 80 2, 45 | some defect is a cause of daring. For the ~Philosopher says ( 81 2, 45 | of wine are strong ~and daring." But from wine ensues the 82 2, 45 | drunkenness. Therefore ~daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: 83 2, 45 | is a defect. ~Therefore daring is caused by a defect.~Aquin.: 84 2, 45 | suffered wrongs are wont to be daring; ~"like the beasts when 85 2, 45 | pertains to defect. Therefore daring is caused by a ~defect.~ 86 2, 45 | ii, 5) that the cause of ~daring "is the presence in the 87 2, 45 | to defect is a cause of daring.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 88 2, 45 | As stated above (AA[1],2) daring results from hope and is ~ 89 2, 45 | banish fear, is a cause of daring. Since, however, fear and 90 2, 45 | fear and hope, and ~also daring, being passions, consist 91 2, 45 | considered as the cause ~of daring in two ways, whether by 92 2, 45 | apprehension, hope ~that leads to daring is roused by those things 93 2, 45 | wherefore "those are more daring, with whom it is well ~in 94 2, 45 | the bodily transmutation, daring is caused through the ~incitement 95 2, 45 | small in size, are more ~daring; while animals whose heart 96 2, 45 | contain much blood, are more daring, through the heat in the ~ 97 2, 45 | lovers of wine are more daring, on account of the heat 98 2, 45 | OBJ 1: Drunkenness causes daring, not through being a defect, 99 2, 45 | experience of dangers are more daring, ~not on account of a defect, 100 2, 45 | cause of fear gives ~rise to daring.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 101 2, 45 | evident that no defect causes daring except accidentally, ~i.e. 102 2, 45 | It would seem that the daring are not more eager at first 103 2, 45 | fear, which is ~contrary to daring, as stated above (A[1]; 104 2, 45 | Q[44], A[3]). But the daring ~sometimes tremble at first, 105 2, 45 | lovable. But the ~object of daring is something difficult. 106 2, 45 | difficulty, the greater the daring. But danger is more arduous 107 2, 45 | It is then therefore that daring is greatest.~Aquin.: SMT 108 2, 45 | wounds. But anger ~causes daring; for the Philosopher says ( 109 2, 45 | beaten, then is he most daring.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[45] A[ 110 2, 45 | Ethic. iii, 7 that "the daring are ~precipitate and full 111 2, 45 | Para. 1/2~I answer that, Daring, being a movement of the 112 2, 45 | there arises the movement of daring to face ~the danger; so 113 2, 45 | may prove: whereas men of daring face the danger on ~account 114 2, 45 | Trembling does occur in men of daring, on account of the ~heat 115 2, 45 | are afraid. But in men of daring the heat ~withdraws to the 116 2, 45 | simply. But the object of daring is a ~compound of good and 117 2, 45 | evil; and the movement of daring towards evil ~presupposes 118 2, 45 | overcomes hope, the movement of ~daring does not ensue, but fails. 119 2, 45 | But if the movement of daring does ~ensue, the greater 120 2, 45 | danger, the greater is the daring considered to be.~Aquin.: 121 2, 45 | there will be ~greater daring.~ 122 2, 46 | passion, such as the lion in daring, ~the hound in anger, the 123 2, 60 | fortitude, about fear and daring; ~temperance, about pleasure 124 2, 60 | Fortitude is about fear and daring; temperance about ~desire; 125 2, 60 | joy and sorrow, fear ~and daring, and so on. About such passions 126 2, 60 | to different things: for daring and fear are ~about some 127 2, 60 | fortitude, about fear and ~daring; magnanimity, about hope 128 2, 60 | fortitude, ~for all forms of daring. On the other hand, good 129 2, 61 | more ~able to check his daring in dangers of death, so 130 2, 67 | food and sex; ~nor fear and daring about dangers of death; 131 2, 3 | fortitude, which ~moderates daring and fear, not to be deterred 132 2, 28 | are incited to anger and daring, which are manly passions 133 2, 45 | reason through fear or ~daring. Moreover this end is appointed 134 2, 56 | fortitude is about fear and daring: but every moral ~virtue 135 2, 70 | reviler; namely, that ~his daring may be checked, and that 136 2, 70 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The daring of the railing reviler should 137 2, 106| as to sin with ~greater daring; or by way of "merit," as 138 2, 107| thus fortitude is nearer to daring than to ~timidity. But the 139 2, 121| fortitude is only about fear and daring?~(4) Whether it is only 140 2, 121| fortitude is not about fear and daring. For Gregory ~says (Moral. 141 2, 121| rather than about ~fear and daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 142 2, 121| the passions of fear and daring, but rather with a ~man' 143 2, 121| fortitude is not ~about fear and daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 144 2, 121| OBJ 3: Further, not only daring, but also hope, is opposed 145 2, 121| fortitude should not be about daring any more than about hope.~ 146 2, 121| fortitude is about fear and daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 147 2, 121| come under the notion of daring. Therefore ~fortitude is 148 2, 121| fortitude is about fear and daring, as curbing fear and moderating 149 2, 121| curbing fear and moderating daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[123] A[ 150 2, 121| immediately about fear and daring, but mediately ~about dangers 151 2, 121| good, fear of evil: whereas daring is about the same object, 152 2, 121| properly is about fear ~and daring and not about hope, except 153 2, 121| as it is connected with ~daring, as stated above (FS, Q[ 154 2, 121| fear, than to ~moderate daring." For it is more difficult 155 2, 121| allay fear than to moderate ~daring, since the danger which 156 2, 121| danger which is the object of daring and fear, tends by ~its 157 2, 121| its very nature to check daring, but to increase fear. Now 158 2, 121| as the latter moderates daring, whereas to ~endure follows 159 2, 121| principal passion; nor is daring which belongs to fortitude. ~ 160 2, 121| 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Daring and anger do not cooperate 161 2, 123| 2) ~Fearlessness; (3) Daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[125] Out. 162 2, 123| hope is the beginning of daring. Wherefore, just as ~fortitude 163 2, 123| fortitude which employs daring in moderation presupposes 164 2, 124| both brave to ~endure, and daring to attack. Therefore fearlessness 165 2, 124| to it on the one side and daring on the other, it seems ~ 166 2, 124| concerned ~about fear and daring. Now every moral virtue 167 2, 124| Reply OBJ 3: The vice of daring is opposed to fortitude 168 2, 124| fortitude by excess of ~daring, and fearlessness by deficiency 169 2, 125| 127] Out. Para. 1/1 - OF DARING [*Excessive daring or foolhardiness] ( 170 2, 125| OF DARING [*Excessive daring or foolhardiness] (TWO ARTICLES)~ 171 2, 125| ARTICLES)~We must now consider daring; and under this head there 172 2, 125| of ~inquiry:~(1) Whether daring is a sin?~(2) Whether it 173 2, 125| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether daring is a sin?~Aquin.: SMT SS 174 2, 125| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that daring is not a sin. For it is 175 2, 125| Therefore it is not a sin to be daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[127] A[ 176 2, 125| has been counseled." But ~daring helps this quickness in 177 2, 125| quickness in doing. Therefore daring is not sinful but ~praiseworthy.~ 178 2, 125| Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, daring is a passion caused by hope, 179 2, 125| Neither therefore should daring be accounted a ~sin.~Aquin.: 180 2, 125| account of sin. Therefore daring is a sin.~Aquin.: SMT SS 181 2, 125| Para. 1/1~I answer that, Daring, as stated above (FS, Q[ 182 2, 125| sinful, and in the same ~way daring as implying excess is accounted 183 2, 125| Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: The daring spoken of there is that 184 2, 125| Q[58], A[3]). ~Wherefore daring which leads one to act quickly 185 2, 125| hatred, fear, anger and ~daring. But hope and love have 186 2, 125| Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether daring is opposed to fortitude?~ 187 2, 125| 1/1~OBJ 1: It seems that daring is not opposed to fortitude. 188 2, 125| fortitude. For excess of ~daring seems to result from presumption 189 2, 125| opposed to humility. Therefore daring is opposed to ~humility 190 2, 125| Para. 1/1~OBJ 2: Further, daring does not seem to call for 191 2, 125| results in harm either to the daring person who puts himself 192 2, 125| others whom he attacks with daring, or exposes ~to danger. 193 2, 125| to injustice. Therefore daring, as ~designating a sin, 194 2, 125| concerned about fear and daring, as stated ~above (Q[123], 195 2, 125| a lack of fear. If then, daring is opposed to fortitude, 196 2, 125| in the point of excessive daring, there will likewise be 197 2, 125| in the point of deficient daring. But there is no such vice. 198 2, 125| Therefore ~neither should daring be accounted a vice in opposition 199 2, 125| Books of ~Ethics accounts daring to be opposed to fortitude.~ 200 2, 125| immoderate to ~moderate. Now daring, in so far as it denotes 201 2, 125| excess goes by the name of daring. Wherefore it is ~evident 202 2, 125| concerned ~about fear and daring, as stated above (Q[122], 203 2, 125| it is ~not necessary that daring be opposed to the same virtue 204 2, 125| effect. Now the harm done by ~daring is its effect. Wherefore 205 2, 125| neither does the opposition of daring ~depend on this.~Aquin.: 206 2, 125| Reply OBJ 3: The movement of daring consists in a man taking 207 2, 125| the vice which exceeds in ~daring has no contrary deficiency, 208 2, 125| save only timidity. Yet daring does ~not always accompany 209 2, 125| says (Ethic. iii, 7), "the daring are precipitate and eager 210 2, 127| are the object of fear and daring.~Aquin.: SMT SS Q[129] A[ 211 2, 127| about very great fear and ~daring; temperance about the concupiscence 212 2, 127| Yet because hope causes daring, which ~belongs to fortitude, 213 2, 127| as hope is the cause of daring, so is ~fear the cause of 214 2, 127| so far as it makes use of daring, so security belongs ~indirectly 215 2, 134| fortitude is about fear and daring, as stated above ~(Q[123], 216 2, 134| tends to good, ~rather than daring, fear, or sorrow, which 217 2, 135| other moderates fear and daring in ~connection with dangers 218 2, 139| evils, and consequently with daring, which ~attacks the objects 219 2, 139| those pleasures. For just as daring presupposes objects of fear, 220 2, 139| fortitude is about fear and daring. Now ~fortitude is about 221 2, 139| fortitude is about fear and daring with respect to the greatest 222 2, 141| hope, and of ~the resultant daring, and this is moderated or 223 2, 142| ashamed of cowardice than of daring, of ~theft than of robbery, 224 2, 148| thus timidity is opposed to daring, and ~presumption to pusillanimity. 225 2, 156| for a certain effort or daring attempt to take vengeance; 226 2, 156| to take vengeance; and ~daring is a vice opposed to fortitude.~ 227 2, 159| thus ~fortitude both curbs daring and fortifies the soul against 228 2, 159| the eyes, as though not daring to compare themselves with ~ 229 2, 159| reason for restraining ~daring and for strengthening the 230 2, 159| relation of fortitude to ~daring differs from that of humility 231 2, 159| Because fortitude uses ~daring more than it suppresses 232 2, 159| suppresses it: so that excess of daring is more like ~fortitude 233 2, 159| fortitude than lack of daring is. On the other hand, humility 234 2, 160| pride apes fortitude and daring." ~Therefore the vice of 235 2, 160| Therefore the vice of daring precedes the vice of pride.~ 236 2, 160| before men, if he seem to be daring or brave.~Aquin.: SMT SS 237 2, 168| temperance. And ~yet the vice of daring, which is opposed to fortitude, 238 2, 185| proof, and with extreme daring, inspired with a ~zeal rather 239 3, 47 | will pay the penalty for daring to lay ~his hands on God


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