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First Book in Physiology and Hygiene - Page 138
by John Harvey Kellogg - 1888 - 174 pages
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Stubborn Fact and Creative Advance: An Introduction to the Metaphysics of ...

Thomas E. Hosinski - Philosophy - 1993 - 263 pages
...sense perception is entirely dependent on the prior functioning of our bodies. We are directly aware that we see "with our eyes," hear "with our ears," feel "with our hands," and so on. These are vague feelings, but in them we are directly aware that our sense perception...
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The Triumph of Time: Reflections of a Historian on Time in History

Mogens Herman Hansen - Chronology - 2002 - 73 pages
...see Time, with Nietzsche, as a "peculiar thing". For what is Time? And what is a "Concept of Time":1 We see with our eyes, hear with our ears, feel with our fingers, smell with our noses and taste with our tongues, but we have no special sense by which we experience...
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Buddha and Shakespeare: Eastern Dharma, Western Drama

David Jon Peckinpaugh - Fiction - 2004 - 596 pages
...merely a postmodern take on what is an ancient theme and concern of humanity: namely, can we trust what we see with our eyes, hear with our ears, feel with our hearts, and discern with our senses? Or are we seduced by appearances such that we end up trading in...
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