Pure sight is the use of eyes without actually being able to correspond what is being seen to what is known. You are seeing an object, but your brain doesn't identify it as "car", "chair", "apple", "rock", etc.. It is most often experienced by newborns and those given sight for the first time, but can be induced with various drugs. Pure sight requires tactile assistance to interpret what is being seen.

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