perception

[ per-sep-shuhn ]SEE DEFINITION OF perception

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But the perception of "how to do it" is precisely what most of us have been acquiring.

"He did; but—" and Crane looked at Faust, with patient toleration of his lack of perception.

He could detect a design upon it when nobody else had any perception of the fact.

If it had a new meaning that smote him to the heart, the change was in his perception, not in her.

The moment Charley's logical faculty was excited his perception was impartial.

Out of which perception arise joy, admiration, and gratitude.

Interest is the main factor in the development of perception and attention.

Beyond that perception he did not seek to look and so he escaped discomfort.

We are at one, he and I, in thinking that the infinite is beyond our perception.

Now he who knows perceives what he knows, and, as far as I can see at present, knowledge is perception.

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