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In apperception, a monad is capable of producing clearer notions which, in accordance with the teleology of Leibniz, is the aim of the development of all substances.
The unity of the subject strongly relies on the transcendental apperception of ego cogito and is the final shape of the spirit as knowledge, in which everything falls into ordered system.
81) The implicit futility of an artistic act which attempts to probe a reality which transcends the phenomenological experiences of the creator is thereby articulated and exemplifies Beckett's assertion that apperception affords merely 'cold comforts' to the artist who creates with an 'awareness of the vanished object'.
At the very level of these separations religion intervenes as a connector of consciences into a higher level of apperception and trust (a generalized sense and feeling of security, solidarity and belonging into this world):
The projective expression of needs: the effect of different intensities of the hunger drive on thematic apperception.
Brown, "Social Processing Deficits in Agenesis of the Corpus Callosum: Narratives from the Thematic Apperception Test," Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 19 (2004): 215-25.
He compares this to Kant's "transcendental unity of apperception.
His arguments constitute a decisive break with the Kantian model of apperception that accompanies the synthesis of sensory data in what remains a heavily compartmentalized, not to say baroque, architecture of the mind.
Furthermore, although the experience of a natural thing at the lowest level of objective apperception may be the "lowest" in static-phenomenological terms, it is a complex rather than a primitive object, involving, for example, temporal synthesis.
The results included: (a) the Wechsler Adult Intelligence Scale-Revised: full scale IQ = 73, verbal scale IQ = 75, and performance scale IQ = 73, (b) the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory: invalid, (c) the House-tree-person Test had suggested that he had been suspicious and frightened, and (d) the Rorschach Test and the Thematic Apperception Test had suggested that he had had a great deal of difficulty in constructing stories and identifying recognizable images.