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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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comprehend

   Part, Question
1 1, 12 | any created intellect can comprehend the essence of God?~(8) 2 1, 12 | who see the essence of God comprehend Him?~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 3 1, 12 | see the divine essence, comprehend God. ~For the Apostle says ( 4 1, 12 | if I may by any ~means comprehend [Douay: 'apprehend']." But 5 1, 12 | saying: "So run that you may ~comprehend."~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] A[ 6 1, 12 | Him wholly; therefore they comprehend Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 7 1, 12 | any created intellect to comprehend ~God; yet "for the mind 8 1, 12 | it, he cannot be said to ~comprehend the thing itself, because 9 1, 12 | impossible that it should ~comprehend God.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 10 1, 12 | attains to anyone is said to ~comprehend him when he attains to him. 11 1, 12 | no created intellect can comprehend God ~wholly, as shown above ( 12 1, 12 | do, for this would be to comprehend ~His power; but of what 13 1, 12 | for he does not perfectly comprehend Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[12] 14 1, 13 | 2: Our intellect cannot comprehend simple subsisting forms, 15 1, 14 | seems that God does not comprehend Himself. For Augustine says ~( 16 1, 14 | Therefore He does not ~comprehend Himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 17 1, 14 | Therefore God does not comprehend Himself.~Aquin.: SMT FP 18 1, 56 | it follows that he cannot comprehend Him; nor can he see God' 19 1, 57 | wisdom, yet ~they do not comprehend it. So it is not necessary 20 1, 58 | principles they would at once comprehend their whole range, by perceiving ~ 21 1, 57 | it follows that he cannot comprehend Him; nor can he see ~God' 22 1, 58 | wisdom, yet ~they do not comprehend it. So it is not necessary 23 1, 59 | principles they would at once comprehend their whole range, by perceiving ~ 24 1, 85 | but without being able to ~comprehend Him.~Aquin.: SMT FP Q[86] 25 1, 106 | excellence which he ~can never comprehend; thus Gregory says (Moral. 26 2, 4 | the mind is happiness, to comprehend Him ~is impossible." Therefore 27 2, 4 | So run that you may ~comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']." But 28 2, 4 | after another is said to comprehend [*In English we should say ' 29 2, 28 | he is raised up so as to comprehend things ~that surpass sense 30 2, 93 | explained above, yet none can comprehend it: for ~it cannot be made 31 2, 45 | But the reason cannot ~comprehend an infinite number of things. 32 2, 47 | need for reason, ~for they comprehend the truth by their simple 33 2, 48 | a kingdom, yet so as to comprehend under regnative all other ~ 34 2, 49 | unable by simple insight to comprehend with ~certainty the truth 35 3, 10 | De Trin. i, 13). But to ~comprehend the Divine Essence belongs 36 3, 10 | soul of Christ does not comprehend the Word.~Aquin.: SMT TP 37 3, 10 | impossible for any creature to comprehend the Divine Essence, as was ~ 38 3, 10 | being does the human ~nature comprehend the Word of God or the Divine 39 3, 10 | Essence of God, yet ~does not comprehend It; since it does not see 40 3, 10 | Word. For this would ~be to comprehend all that God could do, which 41 3, 10 | could do, which would be to comprehend the ~Divine power, and, 42 3, 10 | Christ knows, yet does not comprehend. Secondly, ~there is the 43 3, 10 | attains to, but does ~not comprehend, what is simply infinite 44 3, 12 | heavenly bodies He could comprehend their powers and the ~effects 45 3, 15 | 24: "So run that you may comprehend [Douay: 'obtain']"; and 46 3, 15 | after, if by any means I may comprehend [Douay: ~'obtain']". Now 47 3, 47 | Scriptures, did not fully comprehend that He ~was the Christ 48 Suppl, 72| things, but only those who comprehend the essence of ~God [*Cf. 49 Suppl, 72| souls of the saints do not comprehend the Divine essence, it does 50 Suppl, 72| far as they fail to do or ~comprehend them. In this sense the 51 Suppl, 89| effects, and thus it would comprehend the Divine ~power, which 52 Suppl, 89| sees because they do not comprehend ~the Divine essence. For 53 Suppl, 89| all its effects, unless he comprehend the cause: and this is ~ 54 Suppl, 89| intellect which does not comprehend the Divine essence.~Aquin.: 55 Suppl, 89| all its effects, unless he comprehend the cause.~Aquin.: SMT XP 56 Suppl, 92| beatitude: "So run that you may comprehend" (1 Cor. 9:24). Therefore


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