Perceptions = The contents of mind (knowledge) at a given time according to 
    Perceptions are states of knowledge (ideas) acquired indirectly by all of 
the monads in the universe
    by means of the Supreme Monad from the point of view of a each monad. 
    Leibniz uses the phrase "reflected by each monad".

ideas = individual perceptions. particular bits of knowledge. 
Comnsciousness = current vivid perceptions obtained through the senses as in 

Memory = the collection of perceptions from its own point of view of each monad 

knowledge = innate knowledge (platonic, necessary truths) + stored  knowledge 

stored knowledge = knowledge as descriptions (ideas) +  empirical knowledge

empirical knowledge = knowledge obtained through the senses (faded impressions 
as in Hume)

[Roger Clough], []
"Forever is a long time, especially near the end." - Woody Allen

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