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  • Title: Toward Imagination: Lecture 3: The Twelve Human Senses
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    • balance, smell, taste, sight, warmth, hearing, speech, thinking, and
    • our balance. We have the outer ears for our sense of hearing, the eyes
    • of hearing is a vestige of the kinship between sound and balance. The
    • of warmth, to the sense of hearing, and from there to the sense of speech
    • the senses of hearing and speech. Then we have the sense of thinking,
    • while it does acknowledge the sense of hearing, it denies the existence
    • meaning of spoken words with the sense of hearing alone. To understand,

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