Voit documents a perceptual anomaly and allows it to trick us—or not—without any representational manipulation.
Those are the two poles in Judd interpretation: Judd as a radical conceptualist, and Judd as a maker of perceptual abstractions.
A system of knowledge may be built up of perceptual elements, of ideas derived directly through the medium of the senses.
It suggests the power of making what is called a "perceptual inference."
If the perceptual consciousness of an object appears although the object is not present, the result is termed an “hallucination.”
This is as true when the field is conceptual as when it is perceptual.
Without abstract concepts to handle our perceptual particulars by, we are like men hopping on one foot.
And yet in the Hegelian logic, the movement is always away from the perceptual experience toward the higher realm of the Idee.
The perceptual image is likewise subject to similar limitations.
These are my perceptual capital and my power of representation.
perceptual per·cep·tu·al (pər-sěp'chōō-əl)
Of, based on, or involving perception.