The persistent core of human egoity is only temporarily allied with sense perception.
Of its properties are sense perception, motion and change in place.
Here the phrase is taken subjectively, as the expression of a mental conception, and not of a sense perception.
Man has also sense perception and local motion like the animals.
But the position is not that all the problems of sense perception are thereby exhausted.
The study of sense perception is thus seen to be a study of primary mystical intuition.
Hence a man must guide properly the two powers of sense perception and desire, which are instruments of the rational power.
In fact the process of intellection has to pass several stages from sense perception through imagination.
He holds that sense perception is also a medium, for the outer fire is thereby absorbed by the inner fire.
Beginning with sense perception a man must train all his five senses to attend only to what is good and to turn away from evil.