Re: Stupid questions
|Date:||Wednesday, August 22, 2001, 20:17|
your volitional aspect sounds interesting for me.
i categorize the following kinds perceptions (=senses):
hypernym: 1. perception
hyponyms: 1.1 visual-perception
1.6 inner-body-perception (e.g. headache, the feeling of a full stomach, inner
1.7 balance&direction perception (e.g. to determine spatial directions, and to
from those i create generic compounds which at first dont distinguish aspects.
those generic forms are often missed in natural languages because e.g. "hear",
"listen" are aspect-affected already.
variants of visual perception i can scratch out of my memory are:
now thats how i would categorize them:
aspectless ~ see
aspect of volition = look
aspect of inattention = ?
aspect of occupation = watch
aspect of sudden notice ~ sudden visual notice
aspect of search/seek = peer, or peek
aspect of detection (to have found something) = ?
aspect of analysis/examination ~ observe
aspect of persecution ~ observe (paparazzi-like)
im sure man could add ca. 10 more that would make sense in everyday-usage as
compound with the term" visual-perception"
i have the feeling that the simple distinction between "volitional" and "non-volitional"
doenst make it.