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- adj. generally recognized to be true
- adj. as seen or understood by an individual
- v. Simple past tense and past participle of perceive.
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- adj. detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues
- adj. detected by means of the senses
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In other words, physiologists here fully recognize that colour, or any other thing perceived, only exists _as perceived_ in virtue of a subjective element blending with an objective; the thing _as perceived_ is recognized as having no existence apart from its relation to a percipient mind.
If a thing were never perceived, or inferred from perception, we should indeed never know that it existed; but once perceived or inferred it may be more conducive to comprehension and practical competence to regard it as existing independently of our perception; and our ability to make this supposition is registered in the difference between the two words _to be_ and _to be perceived_ -- words which are by no means synonymous but designate two very different relations of things in thought.
a particular kind of emotion, which is the same as saying that they are only concerned with things perceived as ends in themselves; for it is only when things are _perceived_ as ends that they _become_ means to this emotion.
A great way for me to learn to relax has been my study of what I call the perceived rate of exertion PRE.
I suspect that what you describe as perceived push vs pull is a key factor in his thinking.
The title refers to Alan Greenspan's admission in his testimony before Congress that he had discovered "a flaw in the model that I perceived is the critical functioning structure that defines how the world works so to speak."
In France in particular ... the way women are perceived is not that once y ou re past 40, you re past IT.
In short, the only way to really eliminate conflict of interest, whether real or perceived, is to rely on a group of enthusiasts.
Economists at Goldman Sachs say "the interconnectivity between the Italian/Spanish sovereign, their banks and the European financial system is such that long-term perceived instability has the scope to have extreme consequences beyond national borders."
Study 3 then showed that these judgments were related to differences in perceived traits among the Democrat and Republican faces.