sense experience

NOUN
  1. an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation
    a sensation of touch
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How To Use sense experience In A Sentence

  • With both sense experience and mystical experience contradictions between reports prevent us from taking all of them to be veridical.
  • Moreover, Galileo approved Aristotle's position that explanatory principles must be induced from the data of sense experience.
  • They give a sense of unity and coherence to our cognitive effort, but can never themselves be exhibited in sense experience.
  • Droid Incredible features what HTC is calling a "topographic" design that offers the latest version of the HTC Sense experience. Top Tech News
  • We can see here the common denominator of sense experience. A Short Guide to Writing About History
  • They give a sense of unity and coherence to our cognitive effort, but can never themselves be exhibited in sense experience.
  • The connection of the elementary concepts of everyday thinking with complexes of sense experiences can only be comprehended intuitively and it is unadaptable to scientifically logical fixation.
  • The end of the era of platting places to respond to human sense experience was coming at about the same time as the CPR townsites were being laid out in Western Canada. Olympic Line (short) closure notice « Stephen Rees's blog
  • Compared with emotional experience, sense experience and social experience have stronger positive effect on sedan brand equity and its dimensionalities.
  • I further suggested that he broadened the scope of the drama lesson by including all sorts of direct sense experiences.
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