You look at a watch which I hold before your eyes and secure a percept of it.
As we reflect and seek to correct this inadequacy, the percept changes on our hands.
The percept is, and remains, a private and an individual matter.
The percept has an aggressiveness which does not belong to the image.
A percept is "that which is perceived; the object of the act of perception."
A percept can be described by particulars; a concept can be described only by generals.
A percept is: "the object of an act of perception; that which is perceived."
The Percept is the mental image of a real object—a particular thing.
But that percept hangs together with all our other physical percepts.
Then it is not to be doubted that it is characterised as percipient and percept.