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St. Thomas Aquinas
Summa Theologica

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grasp

   Part, Question
1 1, 1 | end that surpasses the grasp of his reason: "The eye 2 1, 1 | which are within reason's grasp. Of the ~practical sciences, 3 1, 1 | unable by themselves to grasp intellectual things may ~ 4 1, 2 | prevent a man, who cannot ~grasp a proof, accepting, as a 5 1, 12 | v) that "reason does not grasp simple ~form." But God is 6 1, 32 | and with his understanding grasp that ~for which no necessary 7 1, 55 | people there are who cannot grasp an intelligible ~truth, 8 1, 55 | stronger ~intellect, who can grasp many things from few.~Aquin.: 9 1, 58 | apprehended it does not at once grasp all that is virtually contained 10 1, 60 | is moved in a ~measure to grasp other things. The act of 11 1, 56 | people there are who cannot grasp an intelligible ~truth, 12 1, 56 | stronger ~intellect, who can grasp many things from few.~Aquin.: 13 1, 59 | apprehended it does not at once grasp all that is virtually contained 14 1, 61 | is moved in a ~measure to grasp other things. The act of 15 1, 77 | sensitive power than can ~grasp magnitude or shape than 16 1, 110 | intellect, however, cannot grasp the universal truth itself ~ 17 2, 33 | on that which we wish to ~grasp firmly: and such is the 18 2, 37 | the present, it fails to grasp that which it craves ~for; 19 2, 59 | not easy for the mind to grasp the truth." ~Therefore passion 20 2, 69 | human intellect ~cannot grasp. Hence it was necessary 21 2, 94 | unlearned, for they cannot grasp it.~Aquin.: SMT FS Q[94] 22 2, 100 | mind of man is ready to grasp at once. Now it ~is evident 23 2, 100 | uneducated man can easily grasp; and yet they ~need to be 24 2, 101 | to despise what he cannot grasp. Hence it was more beneficial 25 2, 101 | as human reason fails to grasp poetical expressions on ~ 26 2, 101 | truth, so does it fail to grasp Divine ~things perfectly, 27 2, 102 | entering the temple, might ~grasp the meaning of these types, 28 2, 105 | good ~when it is within his grasp." And so lest the surviving 29 2, 4 | so far as we do not fully grasp matters of faith with our ~ 30 2, 8 | renders the mind apt to grasp the things ~that are proposed, 31 2, 9 | he ~should have a sound grasp of the things that are proposed 32 2, 47 | that we may ~have such a grasp of good as to avoid evil.~ 33 2, 50 | principles that the reason can grasp; hence prudence or {euboulia} ~( 34 2, 50 | human reason is unable to grasp the singular and ~contingent 35 2, 106 | since man is unable to ~grasp the reasons of these judgments 36 2, 170 | indisposition ~from succeeding to grasp the speculations of science. 37 2, 172 | the hearer, who is able to grasp the bare intelligible ~truth 38 2, 178 | which the reason is able to grasp; the sixth step is the consideration 39 2, 178 | can neither discover nor grasp, ~which pertain to the sublime 40 2, 178 | substances, and though we grasp them but feebly, nevertheless 41 2, 179 | most clearly and quickly to grasp the ~truth and to unfold 42 2, 186 | more than ~they are able to grasp, fall away into perverse 43 3, 31 | images, are utterly unable to grasp these things." ~For, as 44 3, 42 | either unable or unworthy to grasp: and yet it was better for 45 Suppl, 86| their hearts whatever they grasp by their clear insight of


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