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Pero la materia es diferente, porque acaua en cosas tristes y lamentables auiendo al principio comencado en cosas alegres y suaues, y de ordinario es de personas eroycas y famosas abatidas pot la fortuna, como de su diffinicion consta, que esta tragedia esta eroycae fortunae comprehensio.
See section 26, where Kant discusses infinite magnitude in regard to apprehension (Auffassung, apprehensio) and comprehension (Zusammenfassung, comprehensio aesthetica).
In other words, comprehensio n refers generally to bottom-up processes of perception and identification and, to some degree, the high-order cognitive operation of causal reorganization of the fabula.
Readers in the ancient world had to read aloud in order to determine the sense of the words, which made the process of reading slower than one demanding only comprehensio n of the graphic image.
Sed quoniam nihil quod in substantia non permanet, neque in veritate consistit, sciri potest (scientia enim est rerum quae sunt comprehensio veritatis), et quidquid sibi animus fingit, vel imaginatione reperit, cum in substantia atque veritate constitutum non sit, illud posse sciri non dicitur, atque ideo non est eorum scientia ulla quae sola imaginatione subsistunt.