Beyond Information Given

Arriving stimuli
Centrically symmetrical
Constantly transcends

Repeatedly in the long history of philosophical speculation, sensory experience is defined as a type of lower-order cognition. This view stipulates that although sensation is occasionally unambiguous, such sensations frequently deceive, with all elements amalgamated into an indivisible whole. Meanwhile, phenomenal consciousness somehow consists not in immediate sensations, but rather in a higher-level sensing of those sensations.

“The habit of separating the intuitive from the abstractive functions, as they were called in the Middle Ages, goes far back in our tradition.” – Rudolf Arnheim