Concepts must be reduced to percepts, after which the same rule holds.
These are the percepts which the ego presents to the Thinker's consciousness.
It is, indeed, these reproductions which are supposed to constitute the substantial background of our percepts.
If this be so of percepts, how much more so of higher modes of thought!
They are man's percepts and concepts; they are his facts, his environment.
This world, just like the world of percepts, comes to us at first as a chaos of experiences, but lines of order soon get traced.
All the common nouns are concepts just as all proper nouns are percepts.
Your Memorial Hall and mine, even when both are percepts, are wholly out of connection with each other.
We shall still be perceiving, but what we perceive will be concepts rather than percepts, as at present.
We thus go up from particulars to generals; from percepts to concepts; from lower concepts to higher concepts.
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.