There will be nothing left but to bottle up your five senses
and plunge into contemplation.
Just like a human, with his five senses
he contacted with the world exterior to him.
You who have five senses
may be wicked at your pleasure; we who have four, and want the most important, are to live and be moral on our affliction.
No, no; it was no stroke that would let a man stand on his legs, like a horse between the shafts, and then walk off as soon as you can say "Gee!" But there might be such a thing as a man's soul being loose from his body, and going out and in, like a bird out of its nest and back; and that was how folks got over-wise, for they went to school in this shell-less state to those who could teach them more than their neighbours could learn with their five senses
and the parson.
Appearances, or phenomena, are all the content your minds can receive from your five senses
. Then noumena, which are not in your minds when you are born, have no way of getting in - "
Not by reasoning, not by the five senses
alone, but by other and remoter and uncharted senses, came the feeling to White Fang that the man was ominous with evil, pregnant with hurtfulness, and therefore a thing bad, and wisely to be hated.
We have no need, therefore, to say that D'Artagnan dared not join in the conversation, only he looked with all his eyes and listened with all his ears, stretching his five senses
so as to lose nothing; and despite his confidence on the paternal admonitions, he felt himself carried by his tastes and led by his instincts to praise rather than to blame the unheard-of things which were taking place.
Tarzan possessed the ability to concentrate each of his five senses
upon its particular business.
"So have I," answered Sancho, "but if ever I make it, or try it again as long as I live, may this be my last hour; moreover, I have no intention of putting myself in the way of wanting it, for I mean, with all my five senses
, to keep myself from being wounded or from wounding anyone: as to being blanketed again I say nothing, for it is hard to prevent mishaps of that sort, and if they come there is nothing for it but to squeeze our shoulders together, hold our breath, shut our eyes, and let ourselves go where luck and the blanket may send us."
WILL a man partake, as has been tormented out of his five senses
by an everlasting dustman with his head tied up!
There was nothing, by the short way, that was pleasant to any of the five senses
. Yet it was not a common passage through common rain, and mire, and noise, to Clennam, having this little, slender, careful creature on his arm.
I do advise thee to find that out by the aid of thine own five senses
; sight, feeling, and what not."