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Annotation Comment One can therefore say: in perception, sensory signals call up a concept, in re-presentation, on the other hand, a concept calls up sensory impressions. In neither case is the experience caused by what philosophers want to call “reality”.
Last Modification Date 2019-07-26T13:41:14.847Z
Last Modification User User:Sarah Oberbichler
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