Origin of apperception
OTHER WORDS FROM apperceptionap·per·cep·tive, adjectiveap·per·cep·tive·ly, adverbpre·ap·per·cep·tion, nounun·ap·per·cep·tive, adjective
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How to use apperception in a sentence
When we consider a perception as a case of "apperception," the same thing holds good.Essays in Experimental Logic|John Dewey
There were, however, no transversal or direct communications from one apperception center to the next.
Would there be anybody else in this vast apperception area who worked for the prevention of war?
The flow of observations processed by The Brain and pouring back to Apperception 36 via teletype and visual screen was prodigious.
Confronted with the realities, however, he discovered the tremendous difference between "hear say" and full sensual apperception.