the senses in a sentence
1. But the senses cannot lead to truth;
2. Paul Wertico entitled Feast for the Senses;
3. mind is higher than the senses;
4. Any of the senses may directly observe patterns.
5. All, however, had the senses of touch and taste.
6. He is beyond the perception of the senses.
7. crime and punishment, and history of the senses.
8. Beyond the senses are the objects;
9. “Yale is jarring to the senses.
10. but always in relation to the senses.
11. it may employ any of the senses.
12. § 22. The senses intuit.
13. The senses lead us to believe otherwise.
14. imagery, or vivid appeals to the senses;
15. An illusion is a distortion of the senses.
16. The senses "abnormal", "strange" etc.
17. Alberto Blanco, Dawn of the Senses.
18. dama, restraint of the senses;
19. they force the senses to be obedient to reason;
20. those we can come to know through the senses."
21. Architecture should touch all the senses."
22. where it eludes the research of all the senses;
23. fire is the senses of sight and hearing;
24. But one can never satisfy the senses;
25. and Wisdom and the Senses.
26. One learns by using the senses.
27. Cleanliness is control over the senses.
28. This hall is linked to the world of the senses.
29. Contains five stories, concerning the senses.
30. Only the Senses Sleep.
- the appearances
- his theory
- the older animism
- the absolute representation
- vigorous life
- unnaturally simplified forms
- a transcendental mathematical relation
- imperfect imitations
- the celestial world
- a great influence
- post-Archaic art
- The Greek architects
- the mathematical relation
- the esthetic perfection
- a divine reason
- the Greek belief
- ideal forms
- his metaphysical theory
- imperfect duplicates
- the intellectual celestial ideas
- the same root
- the word idea
- a thing ἰδείν
- the Greek mind
- Plato's time
- his theories
- The Greek sculptors
- the proportions
- the sensible
- the intellectual
- male youth
- the modern term
- those representations
- male youths
- certain religious needs