The percept has an aggressiveness which does not belong to the image.
You look at a watch which I hold before your eyes and secure a percept of it.
There is no proof that the line of growth is necessarily from percept, through object image, to verbal image.
The percept is, and remains, a private and an individual matter.
To recall an object to the mind is to reconstruct the percept in the absence of a sense-impression.
A percept is "that which is perceived; the object of the act of perception."
Consider, for example, your percept of an automobile flashing past your windows.
Then it is not to be doubted that it is characterised as percipient and percept.
The percept, of course, is a mental state corresponding with its outside object.
The Sense, in its percept, deems the force other than the matter.
percept per·cept (pûr'sěpt')
The object of perception.
A mental impression of something perceived by the senses, viewed as the basic component in the formation of concepts.
In clinical psychology, a single unit of perceptual report, such as one of the responses to an inkblot in the Rorschach test.