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The percept has an aggressiveness which does not belong to the image.
THE ANALYSIS OF MINDBERTRAND RUSSELL
Perception usually combines several sensations into one thought or percept.
YOUR MIND AND HOW TO USE ITWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
The percept, of course, is a mental state corresponding with its outside object.
YOUR MIND AND HOW TO USE ITWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
A Percept is the product of Perception, or in other words, our idea gained through Perception.
THOUGHT-CULTUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
From the above we may see the fundamental differences between a Percept and a Concept.
THOUGHT-CULTUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
A percept can be described by particulars; a concept can be described only by generals.
THE ART OF LOGICAL THINKINGWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
A percept is: "the object of an act of perception; that which is perceived."
THE ART OF LOGICAL THINKINGWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
The Percept is the mental image of a real object—a particular thing.
THOUGHT-CULTUREWILLIAM WALKER ATKINSON
The percept that contained only sensory material, and lacked all memory elements, ideas and meanings, would be no percept at all.
THE MIND AND ITS EDUCATIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS
The eye, the ear, the skin or some other sense organ must turn in its supply of sensory material or there can be no percept.
THE MIND AND ITS EDUCATIONGEORGE HERBERT BETTS

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