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perception
used in The Fountainhead

6 uses
  • The sound perception of an ant does not include thunder.
    3.6 — Part 3 Chapter 6 (46% in)
  • She stood very still, because her first perception was not of sight, but of touch: the consciousness, not of a visual presence, but of a slap in the face.
    2.1 — Part 2 Chapter 1 (53% in)
  • There was no expression on her face, not even an effort to avoid expression; it was strange to see a human face presenting a bone structure and an arrangement of muscles, but no meaning, a face as a simple anatomical feature, like a shoulder or an arm, not a mirror of sensate perception any longer.
    2.6 — Part 2 Chapter 6 (51% in)
  • He thought that a man who loses his eyes still retains the concept of sight; but he had heard of a ghastlier blindness—if the brain centers controlling vision are destroyed, one loses even the memory of visual perception.
    3.1 — Part 3 Chapter 1 (31% in)
  • She knew that his thoughts, in this moment, were clear and immediate like visual perception, that the act of thinking was an act of seeing a procession of years behind him.
    3.2 — Part 3 Chapter 2 (54% in)
  • He knew that he must have seen the woman's face, that the instinct of self-preservation had jerked his glance away from it and let his conscious perception begin with the shoes.
    4.10 — Part 4 Chapter 10 (11% in)

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