• Goglosh (28) August 23, 2013

    actually the observer abstracts an idea of the object observed, he or she is unable to know or notice all the features of the objects and as his education develops further he learns to just abstract the more general features so to classify such object wthin a set of smilar objects, that is, categorizing. Only babies are able to perceive an object in much more depth than us becuse they have no intellectual attachments towards the things they see

    • nate (0) August 25, 2013

      Very well said. Conceptualizing implies an abstraction.