use percipient in a sentence.
The percipient is usually a nasty divorce or child-custody battle.
This is the meaning of calling the percipient event our standpoint for perception.
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There is work to be done on the part of the percipient, as there is on the part of the artist.
The percipient who settles for contemplation is unable to experience art in quite this active way, but neither is the one driven by the sheer desire for beauty, who is willing to sacrifice the particularity of the work for the abstractly sensual, nor the "investigator," who, in his/her preference for "data" or illustration can only be impatient with the "uniqueness of the object perceived."