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[34a] apply the term want of perception to that which you are now calling forgetfulness.

I understand.

And the union of soul and body in one common affection and one common motion you may properly call perception.

Very true.

Then do we now understand what we mean by perception?


I think, then, that memory may rightly be defined as the preservation of perception.

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