“Wherefore, that, which gives knowledge of the eternal and infinite essence of God, is common to all, and is equally in the part and in the whole; therefore (II. xxxviii.) this knowledge will be adequate. Q.E.D.
PROP. XLVII. The human mind has an adequate knowledge of the eternal and infinite essence of God.
Proof.—The human mind has ideas (II. xxii.) , from which (II. xxiii.) it perceives itself and its own body (II. xix.) and external bodies (II. XVI. Coroll.”