Precept, Percept, Perception
Perception is faculty of perceiving something with the senses, with the mind, cognition; an immediate recognition of something in an insightful manner ...
My family, frankly, they weren’t folks who went to church every week. My mother was one of the most spiritual people I knew but she didn’t raise me in the church, so I came to my Christian faith later in life and it was because the precepts of Jesus Christ spoke to me in terms of the kind of life that I would want to lead.” –Barack ObamaPerception is a stronger word than knowing and understanding. Perception is a belief held by people based on how things seem, an opinion held by people, awareness, sensory recognition.
Perception is faculty of perceiving something with the senses, with the mind, cognition; an immediate recognition of something in an insightful manner such as moral, psychological, and aesthetic qualities in someone or something. Artists express themselves in their art as a result of perception. Perception is the product of perceiving something. Perception is a noun meaning percept, the way something is conceived, the process of perceiving, knowledge gained by perceiving, becoming aware of something via the sensesMartin Luther (1483-1546) had a different perception of the operation of the Roman Catholic Church under the Pope in the Vatican City, so he started another way to reach God without the middlemen of clergy. As a result of his perceptual experience is the birth of Protestant Reformation.
Psychologically, perception is a single unified awareness formed in a person as a result of his or her sensory processes while a stimulus is present.
In the Information Age (misinformation and disinformation age?) can media create perceptions? Does the media has the capacity to inculcate perceptions it want among the audience in the age of digital connectivity? What is your perception of the world around you? Perceptions are formed by people out of experience, and by reading and studying information. Percept is a noun meaning the representation of what is perceived, basic component in the formation of a concept, mental representation of something or someone in one’s mind. Derivatives of perception, perceptual experience, self-perception; perceptional, unperceptional & non-perceptional(adjectives).
Percept is also a noun meaning the mental result of perceiving, something perceived, the object of perception, an impression of something perceived, a sensation of something. The opposite of perception is non-perception. Precept is a noun: a commandment, an injunction, a maxim, a rule, a procedural directive to do something in such and such a way; in law, precepts are writs, warrants, a written order issued by a judicial officer. The five precepts of Buddhism are: avoiding harm, avoiding stealing, avoiding sexual misconduct, avoid lying and avoiding intoxicant drinks and drugs.