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Logic 1 Chapter 1

Memoria Press 2nd Edition for GRACE

Simple Apprehension An act by which the mind grasps the concept or general meaning of an object without affirming or denying anything about it. The grasp of something intangible and immaterial.
Step 1 in the process of Simple Apprehension Perceive with our senses / Sense Perception
Step 2 in the process of Simple Apprehension Have a mental image of it / Mental Image
Step 3 in the process of Simple Apprehension Conceive the meaning of it / Concept
Sense Perception The use of our senses (seeing, hearing, smelling, tasting, feeling) to develop a mental image of something and conceive a meaning of it. the act of seeing or hearing or smelling or tasting or touching. Only lasts while experiencing it with your senses.
Mental Image The image of an object formed in the mind as a result of a sense perception of that object. Can be present even when you are nor perceiving it with your senses.
Concept The Idea or general meaning; you understand what something is (simple apprehension is the grasping of a concept)
Essence What we grasp when we have a simple apprehension of a thing. When we understand the meaning of it.
Tangible Real and material. Water, child, flag, basketball
Intangible unable to be touched, sensed or grasped; not having physical presence. Not material. Trust, kindness, jealousy, fear
What is another term used for simple apprehension? Concept
Abstraction The process by which a simple apprehension is derived from a sense perception and a mental image
What three things occur during Simple Apprehension? perceive with our senses have a mental image conceive the meaning of it
Happens in your mind when you have a sense perception Mental Image
What you are having when you understand the meaning of the concept "chair" Simple Apprehension
What we grasp when we have a simple apprehension of a thing Essence
Judgement when you affirm or deny a simple apprehension
When you affirm or deny anything about a concept you are going beyond simple apprehension to what? Engaging in judgement
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