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apperceive

(ăp′ər-sēv′)
tr.v. apper·ceived, apper·ceiving, apper·ceives
1. To perceive (something) while being conscious of perceiving.
2. To perceive (something) in terms of past experience.
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In Europe people buried the dead, in India they buried death which has been kept in the state of constant apperceiving. In Europe, inversely, death keeps consciousness in the state of anxiety.
The consciousness of guilt (sange) retains the subject within ontology changing not one's consciousness but the apperceiving of one's existence.
By means of the "as if" strategy, idealism--which in TUOT fills the gap between the "as" and the "if"--is empowered by fiction; the result is the apperceiving act we are able to effect whereby an idea of the world is revealed.
(63) (Note the conceptual and even lexical similarities between Vaihinger's "tertiary construction" and Borges' Orbis Tertius; the scaffoldings that are destroyed once the apperceiving act has been carried out).
What is functioning now or what makes this apperceiving intuition possible is tacit understanding of the intention conceived in the work of calligraphy as the symbol.