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Sensing something, like the smell of the flower is a strictly passive event. Perceiving something, however, involves some additional processing of the raw data of sensation. How does memory and emotions from past events turned sensory input, such as the smell of the flower, into a perception?
How can two people have completely different perceptual experiences of the same event?
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