The question has 4 statements. Mark 'C' if the statement is a Cause and 'E' if the statement is an Effect.
- This leads us to the question as to why this relation of the organism, to more or less distinct objects, takes the particular form of conscious perception, and further, why does everything happen as if this consciousness were born of the internal movements of the cerebral substance?
- To answer this question, we must turn to perceptual processes, as these occur in our everyday life.
- We find at once that "there is no perception which is not full of memories."
- With the immediate and present data of our senses, we mingle a thousand details out of our past experience.