Wednesday 07 10 2020
1800 –> Piecemeal-ly ——-> 1855 —————> ‘until-concluded.
see ASTORISKED NOTES (below)
for variously ‘gleaned’ definitions
of the words following below.
More recently Kripke’s formalisation of possible world semantics in modal logic led to a new approach to essentialism. Insofar as the essential properties of a thing are necessary to it, they are those things that it possesses in all possible worlds. Kripke refers to names used in this way as rigid designators.
Most define per- ception as the process of recognizing (being aware of), organizing (gathering. and storing), and interpreting (binding to knowledge) sensory information. Perception deals with the human senses that generate signals from the envi- ronment through sight, hearing, touch, smell and taste.
- 1.the ability to see, hear, or become aware of something through the senses.”the normal limits to human perception”
- 2.the way in which something is regarded, understood, or interpreted.”Hollywood’s perception of the tastes of the American public”
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What Is Perception? – Verywell Mindwww.verywellmind.com › Theories › Cognitive Psychology.
Perception is the sensory experience of the world. It involves both recognizing environmental stimuli and actions in response to these stimuli. Through the …
http://lifefresh.net ‘holds’ that Perception ends ‘definiendally-singularly’ with the former ‘recognizing environmental stimuli’ and does not include the second [and ‘dog-in-manger-fallacy of] “actions in response to these stimuli” -the latter being ‘in-their-own-primarily-correct-right “Responses”.