When discussing knowledge issues we often relate to the four ways of knowing, reason, emotion, sense perception and language. Reason involves logic, inductive reasoning, deduction and syllogism. Emotion involves intuition, feelings and moods. Sense Perception involves the 5 senses and kinaesthetic awareness. Last is language which is just all the forms of structured communication.
Sense Perception which involves all of the five senses so touch, smell, sight, sound and taste and kinaesthetic awareness has two definitions first it is the ability of the body's sensory organs in the muscles, tendons, and joints to respond to stimuli while dancing or viewing dance and secondly it is An individual's conscious awareness of body and joint position in space. We see the world through our five senses: sense perception is the active, selective and interpretative process of recording or becoming conscious of the external world. Because sensory perception is an important dimension of our understanding of the world, its function and scope should be examined and critically evaluated. The weaknesses that we have to do with our senses is that none of them really develop to their full potential, for example bats who are blind have amazing hearing. Our brains take in information through our senses and its trained to block out things that we don’t need or things that we do need but we don’t realise for example when we are working hard we can still hear other people conversation around us, we hear but we don’t fully understand because we are focusing our brain on something else. I would say that smell is probably are less developed because we’re always smelling but they only time we ever really acknowledge a smell is when it’s a strong one like a hot dinner or a rubbish bin. All of our senses are quite sensitive and can be easily damage like our hearing can be badly damage be the extensive use of loud music. For the senses sight and sound technology has been made to enhance...
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