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Christian Tractatus

(Text as at 12/08/2007 10:17:46)

The process of the infant's perceptual development involves the assembly of complexes of sense perceptions into recognisable objects and experienced situations.

  1. These developments apply to each of the five senses (sight, touch, taste, smell & hearing).
  2. From want of conclusive evidence to the contrary, I take it that there are no senses apart from the normal five. Also, there is no such faculty as extra-sensory perception.
  3. Other so-called senses (such as the religious sense, aesthetic sense, moral sense etc.) are compounds of these five senses and emotional reactions to ideas.

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