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Your sense perception of sight and smell might tell you that bleu cheese would taste horrible, but the truth is that it is quite delicious.
- An example of sense perception is someone knowing what song is playing on the radio after hearing it.
- An example of sense perception is someone knowing what fruit they're eating after tasting it.
Sense perception is understanding gained through the use of one of the senses such as sight, taste, touch or hearing.
- When Berkeley has eliminated the literal materialism of Locke's metaphors of sense-perception, Hume finds no difficulty in accepting the sensations as present virtually in their own right, any nonsensible ground being altogether unknown.
- In the Dissertation sense-perception had been taken as receptivity of representations of objects, and experience as the product of the treatment of such representations by the logical or analytical processes of understanding.
- The Aesthetik isolates sense-perception, and considers its forms as though it were an independent, complete faculty.
- The doctrine of space and time as forms of sense-perception, the reference of both space and time and the pure intellectual notions to the laws of the activity of mind itself, the distinction between sense and understanding as one of kind, not of degree, with the correlative distinction between phenomena and noumena, - all of these reappear, though changed and modified, in the Kritik.