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perception
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Anna Karenina
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  • I cannot in any case agree with Keiss that my whole conception of the external world has been derived from perceptions.
  • It was just for this fineness of perception, for this delicacy, that Darya Alexandrovna liked Levin.

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  • "No," he said; "I would point out the fact that if, as Pripasov directly asserts, perception is based on sensation, then we are bound to distinguish sharply between these two conceptions."

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as in: perception of injustice Define
a belief or opinion formed by viewing things a certain way
as in: perception of external stimuli Define
something that someone senses; or the act of sensing
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