Sensen Organ Object Consciousnesseye material shapes visualconsciousnessear sounds auditorynose smells olfactorytongue tastes gustatorybody tangibles tactilemind mental objects mental
a) Sensations and Perceptions.
The characteristics of sensation are common to all.. First, the indvidual sensoryorgans are stimilated by a specific and different form of external or internal energy:
(eyes + material shapes = visual consciousness) is stimulated by electromagneticenergy (or light);
(ear + sounds = auditory consciousness)
by sound waves;
(nose + smells = olfactorey consciousness) by new stimuli olfactory system;
(tongue + tastes = gustatory consciousness by papillae;
(body + tangibes = tactileconsciousness) by a stimulus of the skin or body; and
(mind menal + objects =mental consciousness) whereby the brain interprets the sensations it receives, giving themorder and meaning. All perceptions are conscious ones and people are aware of thingsthey are perceiving and how they interpret them. Perceptions are limited from senses.
Sensation is essentially the process whereby stimulation of receptor cells in various parts of the body (the eyes, ears, nose, mouth, and surface of skin) sends nerve impulsesto the brain, where these impulses register as a touch, a sound, a taste, a plash of color,and so forth. Perception, in contrast, is the process whereby the brain interprrets thesensations it receives, giving them order and meaning" (Psychology, Wortman andLoftus, 1981). All perceptions are conscious ones and people are aware of things they are perceiving and how they interpret them. Perceptions are limited from senses.
When we took a cognive perspective, we would offer insignt. Cognitive involves theformation of the concepts, schemas, theoris, and other mental abstractions. When wecognize a part of six senses (sensations), we get a cognition. The cognitions are notlimited. . They are empty, broad, spacious, and with space-time.Subject + Object = Perception. Perception + cognition + Space-Time = Thought,Concept, Intellectualism, Imagination, etc. For example, When I see a girl (eyes seeimage of a girl: a sensation, conscious of a name of girl: a perception), I cognize that I perceive the girl: a cognition. I say, "When I see a girl, I can say I am aware that I seethe girl, that is I cognize the perception (I cognize that I perceive a girl). When I amthinking, I am aware of thinking, so on.
" Perceive a part of senses (sensations) to get a perception.Cognize the perception to get a cognition." (Pho Nguyet)
I can know that there are two kinds of the cognition: Usual Cognition and PureCognition, and two kinds of Mind: Common Mind and True Mind. The
is combined by a complex objects such as created and uncreated objects with space and