- of, relating to, or involving perception.
Origin of perceptual
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Examples from the Web for perceptual
Those are the two poles in Judd interpretation: Judd as a radical conceptualist, and Judd as a maker of perceptual abstractions.A Minimal Master Goes Messy
March 22, 2012
Voit documents a perceptual anomaly and allows it to trick us—or not—without any representational manipulation.This Is Not a Tree
January 7, 2010
The perceptual image is likewise subject to similar limitations.The Mind and Its Education
George Herbert Betts
It suggests the power of making what is called a "perceptual inference."The Outline of Science, Vol. 1 (of 4)
J. Arthur Thomson
The ideal has no perceptual value; it has no status in the world of the senses.The Mystery of Space
Robert T. Browne
Shock and Awe impact on psychological, perceptual, and physical levels.Shock and Awe
Harlan K. Ullman
This is as true when the field is conceptual as when it is perceptual.Essays in Radical Empiricism
- of or relating to perception
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Word Origin and History for perceptual
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- Of, based on, or involving perception.
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