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comprehension 61
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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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comprehensor

   Part, Question
1 1, 62 | same time a wayfarer and a comprehensor; like ~Christ, Who alone 2 1, 63 | same time a wayfarer and a comprehensor; like ~Christ, Who alone 3 1, 112 | regards His ~soul, He was a comprehensor, although in regard to His 4 2, 4 | the ~comprehended in the comprehensor; and thus whatever is comprehended 5 2, 65 | because He was a perfect comprehensor, as we ~shall explain further 6 2, 17 | For Christ was a ~perfect comprehensor from the first moment of 7 2, 17 | 1: Although Christ was a comprehensor and therefore blessed as ~ 8 2, 86 | the good, since He was a "comprehensor." By a kind of ~similitude, 9 2, 172 | prophets?~(5) Whether a comprehensor can be a prophet?~(6) Whether 10 2, 172 | 3: Further, Christ was a comprehensor from the moment of His ~ 11 2, 172 | Christ was at the same time comprehensor and wayfarer [*Cf. ~TP, 12 2, 172 | applicable ~to Him as a comprehensor, but only as a wayfarer.~ 13 3, 7 | as He ~was not merely a "comprehensor," but a "wayfarer." Hence 14 3, 7 | inasmuch as He was ~not only a "comprehensor," but a "wayfarer."~Aquin.: 15 3, 7 | Christ, Who was both a "comprehensor" ~and a "wayfarer."~Aquin.: 16 3, 7 | proportioned to ~the state of the comprehensor. But in the state of the 17 3, 7 | But in the state of the comprehensor there ~will be a certain 18 3, 7 | Therefore in the state of the comprehensor ~the fulness of grace is 19 3, 7 | man was a ~true and full comprehensor from the first instant of 20 3, 8 | merely a wayfarer, but a comprehensor. And therefore He is the 21 3, 10 | that the Son of Man is a ~comprehensor of the Divine Essence, not 22 3, 11 | merely a wayfarer but also a comprehensor; hence ~His soul could know 23 3, 11 | same ~time a wayfarer and a comprehensor, as will be more clearly 24 3, 11 | but the conditions of a comprehensor He had ~chiefly on the part 25 3, 11 | condition of the soul of ~a comprehensor, viz. that it is nowise 26 3, 11 | fully the capabilities ~of a comprehensor.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[11] A[ 27 3, 15 | was at once wayfarer and comprehensor?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 28 3, 15 | at once a wayfarer and a comprehensor?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 29 3, 15 | at once a wayfarer and a ~comprehensor. For it belongs to a wayfarer 30 3, 15 | of ~beatitude, and to a comprehensor it belongs to be resting 31 3, 15 | be at once wayfarer and ~comprehensor.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 32 3, 15 | was not a wayfarer but a comprehensor.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[15] A[ 33 3, 15 | that Christ was a ~pure comprehensor and nowise a wayfarer, since 34 3, 15 | tending to beatitude, and ~a comprehensor from having already obtained 35 3, 15 | 2). Hence He was at once comprehensor, inasmuch ~as He had the 36 3, 18 | Further, Christ was a true comprehensor. But the Saints who are ~ 37 3, 18 | OBJ 3: Christ was at once comprehensor and wayfarer, inasmuch as ~ 38 3, 19 | before His death Christ was a comprehensor even ~as He is now. But 39 3, 19 | because the charity of the ~comprehensor belongs to the reward of 40 3, 19 | it was the charity of a comprehensor, but ~inasmuch as it was 41 3, 19 | at once a wayfarer and ~a comprehensor, as was said above (Q[15], 42 3, 30 | Christ was both wayfarer and ~comprehensor, He did not need to be instructed 43 3, 34 | instant He was a perfect comprehensor?~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 44 3, 34 | Whether Christ was a perfect comprehensor in the first instant of 45 3, 34 | Christ was not a perfect comprehensor in the ~first instant of 46 3, 34 | seems that Christ was not a ~comprehensor in the first instant of 47 3, 34 | beatitude; which is to be ~a comprehensor.~Aquin.: SMT TP Q[34] A[ 48 3, 34 | being short of that of the "comprehensor," is in less measure than 49 3, 34 | measure than that ~of the comprehensor. Wherefore it is manifest 50 3, 34 | it follows that He was a comprehensor in ~act, seeing God in His 51 3, 34 | is said to have been a ~comprehensor, but the glory of the body, 52 Suppl, 91| no place ~whatever in a comprehensor. Now it is most reprehensible 53 Suppl, 91| with a ~wayfarer as with a comprehensor, because in a wayfarer the 54 Suppl, 91| repentance for evil: whereas in a comprehensor ~there can be no passion


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