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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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comprehension

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | speak of the vision of ~comprehension. Hence Dionysius premises 2 1, 12 | perfect consideration and ~comprehension as the Father has of the 3 1, 12 | Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: "Comprehension" is twofold: in one sense 4 1, 12 | this sense we now take ~comprehension. But in another sense "comprehension" 5 1, 12 | comprehension. But in another sense "comprehension" is taken more largely ~ 6 1, 12 | from the Apostle concerning comprehension. And in this ~way "comprehension" 7 1, 12 | comprehension. And in this ~way "comprehension" is one of the three prerogatives 8 1, 12 | Augustine, in his ~definition of comprehension, says the whole is comprehended 9 1, 14 | The strict meaning of "comprehension" signifies that one ~thing 10 1, 14 | knowledge, is bounded by the ~comprehension of the knower." Now infinite 11 1, 14 | But equality suffices for comprehension, because that is said ~to 12 1, 56 | speaking of the knowledge of comprehension, as ~his words expressly 13 1, 62 | mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~for this belongs to God 14 1, 57 | speaking of the knowledge of comprehension, as ~his words expressly 15 1, 63 | mode of vision, which is comprehension, ~for this belongs to God 16 1, 88 | universal and bestow a deeper comprehension of things, because ~of the 17 1, 88 | bestow a lower degree of comprehension, in ~proportion as they 18 2, 4 | delight or vision?~(3) Whether comprehension is required?~(4) Whether 19 2, 4 | Thes. Para. 1/1~Whether comprehension is necessary for happiness?~ 20 2, 4 | OBJ 1: It would seem that comprehension is not necessary for happiness. ~ 21 2, 4 | Therefore happiness is without comprehension.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[3] 22 2, 4 | Therefore there is no need for comprehension as a third.~Aquin.: SMT 23 2, 4 | Therefore there is no need for comprehension as a third.~Aquin.: SMT 24 2, 4 | crown of justice." Therefore comprehension is necessary for ~Happiness.~ 25 2, 4 | of the intelligible ~end; comprehension, which implies presence 26 2, 4 | 1 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 1: Comprehension is twofold. First, inclusion 27 2, 4 | created intellect. Secondly, comprehension means nothing but the ~holding 28 2, 4 | on him. And in this sense comprehension is ~necessary for Happiness.~ 29 2, 4 | not ~possessed, so, too, comprehension and delight belong to the 30 2, 4 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Comprehension is not a distinct operation 31 2, 4 | present, is the object of ~comprehension.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[4] A[4] 32 2, 65 | and instead of hope, full comprehension [*See above, Q[4], A[3]]: ~ 33 2, 8 | understood is bounded by the comprehension of him who understands it." ~ 34 2, 26 | since this would imply ~comprehension of Him. Therefore He cannot 35 2, 27 | Para. 1/1~OBJ 3: Further, comprehension seems to be nothing else 36 2, 27 | 3 Para. 1/1~Reply OBJ 3: Comprehension denotes fulness of knowledge 37 2, 178 | images of their limited ~comprehension, and through longing to 38 3, 10 | this is the ~knowledge of comprehension. Therefore the soul of Christ 39 3, 10 | Itself, not indeed as regards comprehension, but by reason ~of a certain 40 3, 11 | hope, i.e. the state of comprehension.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 41 3, 13 | state of glory He assumed comprehension and from the state of ~innocence, 42 3, 18 | indeed, ~surpasses the comprehension of all our knowledge, according 43 3, 30 | not yet in ~the state of comprehension: and therefore she had to 44 3, 34 | therefore, the state of ~comprehension is the principal reward, 45 3, 34 | belongs ~to the state of comprehension. Therefore Christ was not 46 3, 34 | was not in the state of ~comprehension in the first instant of 47 Suppl, 72| angels, but removes the comprehension of God from them.~Aquin.: 48 Suppl, 89| excluding the vision of ~comprehension from a created intellect. 49 Suppl, 89| clear perception, and such a comprehension as the Father has ~of the 50 Suppl, 89| essence; but not to the comprehension thereof, on ~account of 51 Suppl, 92| Para. 1/1~OBJ 4: Further, comprehension is required for the perfection 52 Suppl, 92| reckon them to be vision, ~comprehension, and fruition; others, vision, 53 Suppl, 92| others, vision, delight, and comprehension. ~However, all these reckonings 54 Suppl, 92| object, and thus some reckon comprehension, which is ~nothing else 55 Suppl, 92| namely vision to faith, comprehension (or fruition in one sense) 56 Suppl, 92| heaven includes ~delight and comprehension, for which reason some take 57 Suppl, 92| in so far as it includes ~comprehension which will take the place 58 Suppl, 92| but will be succeeded by comprehension.~Aquin.: SMT XP Q[95] A[ 59 Suppl, 92| 3: Fruition as including comprehension is distinct from vision ~ 60 Suppl, 92| affective faculty. But comprehension, or fruition as denoting ~ 61 Suppl, 92| or fruition as denoting ~comprehension, does not signify a habit


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