The finite state of man and the world, of which we become aware thanks to the idea of infinity, which corresponds to the unlimitedness of the intellect. If we can become aware of the limitations of existential and human conditioning, it’s because these limitations are not intrinsic, but extrinsic, and that knowledge enjoys its internal limitlessness: the intellect or knowledge (it’s all one) is more than what it knows and than the knowing subject. Just as the light that infuses a crystal is not produced by the crystal, the intellect, in act and in its superhuman essence, is uncreated and uncreable (Master Eckhart). What the doctrine of the intellect as a sense of being accounts for (Borella). See Intelligence, Intelligible.