The Four Senses in Humans: Sight, Hearing, Smell, and Taste


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The Four Senses in Humans: Sight, Hearing, Smell, and Taste
1010103The Four Senses in Humans: Sight, Hearing, Smell, and TasteImmanuel Kant, the well-known philosopher, proposed that our knowledge of the outside world depends on our modes of perception. Before discussing extrasensory, we must understand and describe the term sensory. There are five known senses available to human beings: touch, taste, smell, hearing, and sight. They all have specialized cells which, in turn, contain receptors for particular stimuli and from which the primitive process of sensing occurs. They are all connected to the nervous system where all s…
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Siamak Najarian; Javad Dargahi; Ali Abouei Mehrizi: Artificial Tactile Sensing in Biomedical Engineering. The Four Senses in Humans: Sight, Hearing, Smell, and Taste, Chapter (McGraw-Hill Professional, 2009), AccessEngineering Export