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Percipient, per-sip′i-ent, adj. perceiving: having the faculty of perception.
Because, he says, to exist is to be perceived, and therefore for the universe to exist implies a universal Percipient.History of Modern Philosophy|Alfred William Benn
In these experiments with objects, the percipient was blindfolded and the object moreover was kept out of range of vision.
Hallucination decided upon before going to sleep was produced—the percipient awake and in normal condition.
Both agent and percipient awake and normal—hallucination produced at a distance of four hundred miles.