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|Gilles Deleuze    |
conscious perception is always one of a whole, this perception of a whole assuming not only infinitely minute parts, but assuming that these infinitely small parts are perceived. Hence the formula: conscious perception is made of minute perceptions, and I say that, in this case, /is made of/ is the same as /to be composed of./ Leibniz expresses himself in this way quite often. I select a text: /Otherwise we would not sense the whole at all/. . . if there were none of these minute perceptions, we would have no consciousness at all.