Index for Chapter IX - Of Perception
- 1. Perception the first simple idea of reflection.
- 2. Reflection alone can give us the idea of what perception is.
- 3. Arises in sensation only when the mind notices the organic
- 4. Impulse on the organ insufficient.
- 5. Children, though they may have ideas in the womb, have none
- 6. The effects of sensation in the womb.
- 7. Which ideas appear first, is not evident, nor important.
- 8. Sensations often changed by the judgment.
- 9. This judgment apt to be mistaken for direct perception.
- 10. How, by habit, ideas of sensation are unconsciously changed into
ideas of judgment.
- 11. Perception puts the difference between animals and vegetables.
- 12. Perception in all animals.
- 13. According to their condition.
- 14. Decay of perception in old age.
- 15. Perception the inlet of all materials of knowledge.
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