Definition of 五感

ごかんgokan

noun:

  • the five senses

Example Sentences

嗅覚kyuukakuha五感gokanno一つhitotsuであるdearu
Smell is one of the five senses.
視覚shikakuha五感gokanno1つhitotsuであるdearu
Sight is one of the five senses.
私たちwatashitachigaこのkono世界sekaiwo経験keikenshi理解rikaiするsurunoha五感gokanwo通じて通jite受け入れられukeirerarenouによってniyotte解釈kaishakuされるsareru信号shingouwo通じて通jiteなのであるnanodearuそしてsoshiteこのkono両方ryouhounoプロセスPUROSESUともtomoゆがめられyugamerareやすいyasui
We experience and understand the world through signals that are received by the senses and interpreted by the brain - and both stages are subject to distortion.
それでsorede過去kakono知識chishikigaそのsono知識chishikini関する関suruだいたいdaitai適切tekisetsuと思われるtoomowareru想定souteito混ざりmazari合ってatte五感gokanによってniyotte提供teikyouされるsareru情報jouhouwo増大zoudaiさせるsaseruためにtameni利用riyouされるsarerunoであるdearu
And so, knowledge from the past, mixed up with assumptions about that knowledge, which may be more or less appropriate, is used to augment information provided by the senses.
これkorehaつまりtsumari私たちwatashitachigaどんなdonna状況joukyouwo知覚chikakuするsuru場合baaiでもdemo私たちwatashitachino知覚chikakuhaそのsonotokini五感gokanga知覚chikakuするsuru信号shingouだけdakeni依存izonしているshiteiruわけではないwakedehanaitoいうiuことkotoであるdearu
This means that our perception of any situation depends only partly on sensory signals being received at that time.

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