Some articles on senses:

Maevia Inclemens - Senses
... Like other arthropods, spiders have sensors, often modified setae (bristles), for smell, taste, touch and vibration, protruding through their cuticle ("skin").532-533 Unlike insects, spiders and other chelicerates do not have antennae. ...
Lingua (play) - The Allegory
... her importance against the traditional personifications of the senses ... round out the five.) This allegorical treatment of the five senses reaches far back into the literature and drama of the Middle Ages — though Tomkis ... the Olympian gods, Lingua inspires dissension and competition among the five senses by offering a prize for the worthiest of them ...
Tap Tap Revenge 2 - Soundtrack - Extreme
... Crayonsmith "Battle At Victory" KJ Sawka "Bite to Break Skin" Senses Fail "Bloodmeat" Protest The Hero "Bombs Away" Whole Wheat Bread "Bury It Down Low" RX Bandits "Can't Be Saved" Senses ...
Senses Of Cinema
... Senses of Cinema is a quarterly online film magazine founded in 1999 by filmmaker Bill Mousoulis ... Based in Melbourne, Australia, Senses of Cinema publishes work by film critics from all over the world, including critical essays, career overviews of the works of key directors, and coverage of many international ...
George W. Grace - Reality Construction View
... access to the real world itself, but only to the data about it provided by our senses ... And these senses provide very incomplete information ... linguistic construction which is justified by lack of precision provided by our senses ...

Famous quotes containing the word senses:

    Moral qualities rule the world, but at short distances the senses are despotic.
    Mrs. H. O. Ward (1824–1899)

    Our senses perceive no extreme. Too much sound deafens us; too much light dazzles us; too great distance or proximity hinders our view. Too great length and too great brevity of discourse tends to obscurity; too much truth is paralyzing.... In short, extremes are for us as though they were not, and we are not within their notice. They escape us, or we them.
    Blaise Pascal (1623–1662)

    Knowledge of Rome must be physical, sweated into the system, worked up into the brain through the thinning shoe-leather.... When it comes to knowing, the senses are more honest than the intelligence. Nothing is more real than the first wall you lean up against sobbing with exhaustion.
    Elizabeth Bowen (1899–1973)