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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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apprehend

   Part, Question
1 1, 10 | after in ~movement, makes us apprehend time, which is nothing else 2 1, 10 | us by the fact that we apprehend the flow of the "now," so 3 1, 11 | of apprehension. For ~we apprehend simple things by compound 4 1, 11 | that ~being, and thus we apprehend division as a consequence; 5 1, 12 | means comprehend [Douay: 'apprehend']." But the Apostle did 6 1, 13 | all time. ~For as we can apprehend and signify simple subsistences 7 1, 16 | intelligible thing; yet it does not apprehend it by knowing of a thing ~" 8 1, 16 | not exist, in so far as we apprehend its not-being ~as preceding 9 1, 17 | truth, but in so far as they apprehend sensible things truly, as ~ 10 1, 17 | not as apprehended. To ~apprehend being, and not-being, implies 11 1, 36 | love anything unless we apprehend it by a mental conception. 12 1, 50 | which the intellect cannot apprehend as such. Hence it must be 13 1, 50 | because the intellect does not apprehend things ~according to their 14 1, 50 | intellect cannot attain to ~apprehend them, as they are in themselves, 15 1, 50 | determined number, which we can apprehend. ~Therefore the angels are 16 1, 54 | things as they naturally apprehend; nor, again, are their intelligible 17 1, 54 | known, and sometimes to ~apprehend them actually. Hence for 18 1, 55 | species will he be ~able to apprehend the whole mass of intelligible 19 1, 57 | Reply OBJ 2: Sense does not apprehend the essences of things, 20 1, 58 | angelic mind; because angels ~apprehend different things by various 21 1, 59 | goodness, but that they apprehend some ~particular good; as 22 1, 63 | in ~general, which it can apprehend and which is the object 23 1, 64 | did not fully and equally apprehend it; hence the demons much 24 1, 64 | apprehends immovably, as we apprehend immovably ~first principles 25 1, 66 | In so far as we mentally apprehend ~eternal things, so far 26 1, 76 | understanding, because reason can apprehend one and ~the same thing 27 1, 51 | which the intellect cannot apprehend as such. Hence it must be 28 1, 51 | because the intellect does not apprehend things ~according to their 29 1, 51 | intellect cannot attain to ~apprehend them, as they are in themselves, 30 1, 51 | determined number, which we can apprehend. ~Therefore the angels are 31 1, 55 | things as they naturally apprehend; nor, again, are their intelligible 32 1, 55 | known, and sometimes to ~apprehend them actually. Hence for 33 1, 56 | species will he be ~able to apprehend the whole mass of intelligible 34 1, 58 | Reply OBJ 2: Sense does not apprehend the essences of things, 35 1, 59 | angelic mind; because angels ~apprehend different things by various 36 1, 60 | goodness, but that they apprehend some particular good; as 37 1, 64 | in ~general, which it can apprehend and which is the object 38 1, 65 | did not fully and equally apprehend it; hence the demons much 39 1, 65 | apprehends immovably, as we apprehend immovably ~first principles 40 1, 67 | In so far as we mentally apprehend ~eternal things, so far 41 1, 75 | understanding, because reason can apprehend one and ~the same thing 42 1, 77 | animal, the animal ~should apprehend a thing not only at the 43 1, 78 | understand is simply to apprehend intelligible truth: and 44 1, 78 | one thing to another; but apprehend the truth simply and ~without 45 1, 81 | because neither do the senses apprehend the universal. And therefore 46 1, 83 | in the individual. Now we apprehend the individual through the 47 1, 115 | just as an intellect can apprehend this so can it effect ~it; 48 2, 1 | or because they do not apprehend the ~idea of an end as such, 49 2, 1 | by ~another, whether it apprehend the end, as do irrational 50 2, 1 | irrational animals, or do ~not apprehend it, as is the case of those 51 2, 1 | intellect, since they cannot apprehend the universal; but they ~ 52 2, 5 | because his intellect ~can apprehend the universal and perfect 53 2, 11 | instinct to whatever they apprehend. Consequently, enjoyment ~ 54 2, 13 | whatever the reason can apprehend as good. Now the reason 55 2, 13 | good. Now the reason can apprehend ~as good, not only this, 56 2, 13 | in this respect, it can apprehend any single one ~of such 57 2, 15 | universal ideas, which it can apprehend ~indifferently, whether 58 2, 16 | act of reason; whereas to apprehend something absolutely is 59 2, 17 | because as ~soon as they apprehend the fitting or the unfitting, 60 2, 17 | always in ~our power to apprehend something by sense or imagination. 61 2, 17 | it is not in our power to apprehend anything ~by the senses, 62 2, 27 | is ~something pleasant to apprehend.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[27] A[ 63 2, 28 | thing, by desiring it, we apprehend it as belonging to our well-being. 64 2, 29 | evil to himself, except he apprehend ~it under the aspect of 65 2, 29 | they who kill themselves, apprehend ~death itself as a good, 66 2, 29 | senses. But the senses cannot apprehend ~the universal. Therefore 67 2, 29 | OBJ 1: The senses do not apprehend the universal, as such: 68 2, 29 | universal, as such: but ~they apprehend something to which the character 69 2, 30 | like ~manner, the evil we apprehend makes us fear, the evil 70 2, 31 | it is proper to man to ~apprehend knowledge itself as something 71 2, 41 | OBJ 3: The senses do not apprehend the future: but from ~apprehending 72 2, 50 | sensitive powers ~cannot apprehend. Therefore, neither can 73 2, 55 | wherefore everything that we apprehend we consider as being, and ~ 74 2, 55 | for ~everything that we apprehend, is not apprehended with 75 2, 1 | hand, by faith, we do not apprehend ~the First Truth as it is 76 2, 17 | evident that they cannot apprehend ~happiness as a possible 77 2, 17 | neither can the blessed apprehend it as ~a future good. Consequently 78 2, 17 | because in either case they apprehend happiness as ~a future possible 79 2, 23 | if I may, ~by any means apprehend," on which words a gloss 80 2, 55 | also to other animals to apprehend a ~thing absolutely: wherefore 81 2, 81 | by which operation we apprehend what a ~thing is: while 82 2, 81 | analysis," whereby we ~apprehend that a thing is or is not. 83 2, 142 | virtuous habit, does not apprehend that which ~would be disgraceful 84 2, 142 | Secondly, because they apprehend disgrace as impossible to 85 2, 171 | mind is moved not only to apprehend ~something, but also to 86 2, 171 | mind is moved to think or apprehend a thing, sometimes he is ~ 87 2, 171 | sometimes he is ~led merely to apprehend that thing, and sometimes 88 2, 182 | after, if I may by any means apprehend": and afterwards ~(Phil. 89 3, 15 | Now Christ's soul could apprehend things as hurtful either 90 3, 30 | which was ~announced. For we apprehend with greater certainty that 91 Suppl, 89| gall, though it does not apprehend sweet honey, for the ~redness 92 Suppl, 89| apprehends it must always apprehend it ~corporeally: wherefore


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