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the collection, receipt, or taking into possession of rents or crops.
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We can associate the Deleuzian reinterpretation of affect with his other similar concepts, such as percepts, becoming, the plane of immanence, or the body without organs in the positive sense: these are the transcendent creative forces within immanence.
The goal of the perceptual stage is to analyze the primitive percepts. The raw data of sensed percepts is a collection of environmental information such as interesting things with e-tags, current location with NFC readers, and contacting people with NFC-enabled devices in an NFC-enhanced physical perception, which connects physical objects with cyberspaces by touching behavior.
Freeman, "The Bayesian brain: phantom percepts resolve sensory uncertainty," Neuroscience & Biobehavioral Reviews, 2012.
After the test on coupling and cohesion, the agents should be described from the view point of the scenario and system interfaces (percepts and actions).
Not only is the emergence of categories left unexplained, but thought is viewed as a recreation of modal experiences, while the semantic content of linguistic terms is explained by the triggering of the corresponding modal percepts, which mysteriously become concepts by the middle of the book.
As the left side of figure 3 depicts, the system operates in a bottom-up manner, starting with primitive concepts, which match against percepts, and working up to higher-level concepts, which match against lower-level concepts.
Principle 8: Individual Variability--The subject responding to the Rorschach usually limits production to a few percepts and these are upon re-examination usually very similar.
The immanence of infinite interplay between percepts and perceptions emerges and is expressed in the peacock.
A drawback of the object-centered representation is that it requires a preconceived notion about the object to ultimately be found, its mathematical and representational structure, and the way in which the observed percepts should be integrated to support the hypothesis of the postulated object.
Nietzsche is the one to have linked together the "lightness" of knowing and the "untimeliness" to which it is a force of the arts to give "body" and "space," inventing new affects and new percepts, new ways of experiencing and seeing:
Holding of such a military exercise, the largest ever in the region, in Saudi Arabia, confirms the Kingdom's pivotal role as the pillar of regional security and stability, Sheikh bin Zayed commented, concluding that the complicated regional situation made it exigent to establish permanent military coordination to deal with its dangers, especially blatant intervention in the regional internal affairs, extremism and terrorism, as such percepts cannot be effectively dealt with, individually, except through bold alliances, on all political, military and security-wise levels.