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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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The consciousness of guilt (sange) retains the subject within ontology changing not one's consciousness but the apperceiving of one's existence.
Like karmic deeds, he accumulates his guilt by thinking and apperceiving existence.
The aim of philosophy here is to grasp the consciousness of the individual-in-guilt, his self-consciousness by apperceiving the eternal death of the ego, its accomplishment in the absolute.
A new theory of consciousness should be constituted on a totally different ground: not by the apperceiving of one's guilt nor by setting the latter as the transcendental condition for conscious acts but as a theory of consciousness eliminating existence (tattva) as its own condition.
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).