Movement for rest; reasoning for insight

"As the point of arrival is no longer movement but the final result of movement, so knowledge acquired by means of discourse is no longer discourse, but the final result of discourse. And this final result of discourse is the act of the intellect through which, in a final judgment, we take possession of the object. Discourse is only for this act of intellectual apprehension, as moving is for attaining the goal and as seeking is for finding."

- Jacques Maritain, Bergsonian Philosophy and Thomism