From Hobson's Choice
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In the philosophy of Immanuel Kant, a conception refers specifically to the descriptive attributes of an intuition. For example, one may have an intuition of a house; but an actual house may be, for example, a single family dwelling with two stories, shingle siding, and white trim. "Single family dwelling," "having two stories," "having shingle siding," and "having white trim" are all conceptions.