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  • Title: PoSA (English/RSPC1949): Appendix I
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    • what I perceive is really quite other than it appears to the outer
    • experience like my own. Thus I have really perceived another's
    • view, which regards perceived phenomena as real things existing
    • consciousness. I fail to perceive that I am dealing, not with the
    • thinking has grasped. Only that part which is merely perceived would
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter I
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    • exist and to act in a fixed and definite manner. To perceive this
    • he says, “We do not perceive the causes by which our will is
    • perceives them, and just because he does, love awakens in his soul.
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter II
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    • perceived by the senses belong to the “World.” All the
    • spiritual approach to it seems open. It has to be perceived and
    • consideration upon the “I,” he perceives, in the first
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter III
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    • an object which I perceive, “this is a rose,” I say
    • perceives clearly its connections and relations. He has gained a
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IV
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    • observation. Thus an ideal element is added to the perceived object,
    • and the perceiver regards the object and its ideal complement as
    • nothing and confronted the world. All that it there perceived before
    • vibrations are perceived as sounds only if we have normally
    • perceive nothing of the wonderful display of colours which surrounds
    • being perceived or known; that, consequently, so long as they are not
    • actually perceived by me, or do not exist in my mind or that of any
    • take away the fact of its being perceived, nothing remains of the
    • sound apart from the act of perception. We never perceive bare
    • these latter disappear when we cease to perceive, the former, being
    • in as far as, and as long as, I perceive them. They disappear with my
    • percept whilst it is being perceived, and we should also be able to
    • be perceived.
    • would come and go; I should let them slip by. Only because I perceive
    • I perceive the
    • representation in my Self in the same sense as I perceive colour,
    • in modern philosophy. The fact that I perceive a change in my Self,
    • is altogether lost sight of. It has been said that we perceive, not
    • only of the changes which occur within me when I perceive a table.
    • follows. Naive common sense believes that things, just as we perceive
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  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter V
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    • the air, I perceive it in different places one after the other. I
    • I perceive in myself into the world-process. My self-perception
    • enclosed within the sphere which I perceive as that of my
    • with the cosmos. In so far as we sense and feel (and also perceive),
    • limited personality we perceive only in ourselves; force and matter
    • precisely the same way as the changes of all other perceived objects,
    • only through concepts. Only if it were possible to perceive how the
    • possible to perceive it. The proposition, “No colour without a
    • perceive how a percept originates out of the non-perceptible. All
    • perceived as belonging to the subject can be termed “subjective.”
    • perceived. That is possible only for thinking. For us, then,
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VI
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    • body I perceive it as a pressure sensation. This same pressure can be
    • sensed as light by the eye, as sound by the ear. I perceive an
    • What follows from these facts? Only this: I perceive an electric
    • eye perceives a mechanical process of motion in its surroundings as
    • law, is perceived by us as a process of motion. If I draw twelve
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VII
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    • perceiver refrains from thinking. For thinking cancels all separation
    • exists that cannot be perceived” is, in fact, the
    • its converse: “Everything which can be perceived exists.”
    • perceive with his senses he regards as real, and what he cannot thus
    • perceive (God, soul, knowledge, etc.) he regards as analogous to what
    • he perceives.
    • fundamental principle of the reality of all perceived things,
    • include within itself entities which cannot be perceived by the
    • corresponding to that which we can perceive in man himself, i.e.,
    • true to its fundamental principle, that only what is perceived is
    • real, then it ought not to assume a reality where it perceives
    • but not perceived. The ideal relation is thereupon arbitrarily
    • Realist asserts that, beside the ideal relation between the perceived
    • senses than man will perceive less of the world, one with more senses
    • will perceive more. The former's knowledge will, therefore, be less
    • stand on science, one says that the eye perceives in the spectrum
    • perceived by the eye, but a chemical effect. Similarly, beyond the
    • permeate with concepts whatever he perceived by means of such a
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter VIII
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    • percepts we perceive ourselves. This percept of Self would remain
    • up with what each of us perceives as his Self. In its inner
    • perceived, it follows that feeling is the guarantee of the reality of
    • they subscribe to the doctrine that the immediately perceived
    • cling to the general principle that everything that is perceived is
    • perceive love in the activity of thinking is to project into thinking
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter IX
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    • the pattern of the perceived world. We shall, each according to his
    • hypothetically a metaphysical world modeled on our perceived world.
    • of the body. Once we perceive this, we can no longer misapprehend the
    • the highest. On nearer consideration, we now perceive that at this
    • fixed route. From every occurrence which I perceive and which
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter X
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    • Monism perceives
    • content. Those who fail to perceive the one oscillation in its real
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XIII
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    • not genuinely real: it is only that we perceive as evil a lesser
  • Title: PoSA (Poppelbaum): Chapter XV
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    • that he fails to perceive the coincidence of what is found by
    • we are unable to perceive the cords and ropes by which the
    • as the percept does. The tree which I perceive, taken in isolation by
    • perceive, but no longer when I think. Every man embraces in his
    • same time perceived. In intuitively experienced thinking man is

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