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The Perception ofThings
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absolute abstract actual affirmation analogical analysis apprehension ash-tray assertion behaviour categorical imperative category of relation ception ceptual chapter character cognizing subject coherence conscious constitute correspondence defined definition denial Descartes direct distinction emotion empirical empiricism entities epistemological ethical exemplified existential experience extrospective fact fictional formal system hedonism ideal imaginative individual inference inferential ingredients inspection intent interpretation intersubjective cognition intrinsic intuitional Kant Leibniz logical meaningful meaningless mental metaphysical method mind mnemic monism moral cognition moral judgment negative proposition non-existence ontological argument organs original perception perceived object perception perceptual object percipient personality philosophical physical object position possess possible postulates precisely present principle of contradiction priori propositional meaning psychic psychological pure qualities question realism reference referential relation representationism resemblance self-cognition self-refuting sensations sense data sense qualia sensuous similarity solipsism spatial statement structural symbolic theory thing tion transcendence transcendentalist truth unexemplified universals validity valuational veridical verification