Comprehensor

Com`pre`hen´sor


n.1.One who comprehends; one who has attained to a full knowledge.
When I shall have dispatched this weary pilgrimage, and from a traveler shall come to be a comprehensor, farewell faith and welcome vision.
- Bp. Hall.
References in periodicals archive ?
Balthasar makes a passing reference to this distinction between Christ as comprehensor and viator.
One who has comprehended, encompassed, arrived," remarks Josef Pieper, "is no longer a viator [pilgrim] but a comprehensor [possessor].
Recall Pieper: "One who has comprehended, encompassed, arrived, is no longer a viator [pilgrim] but a comprehensor [possessor].