Lexicographical Neighbors of Sensile
Literary usage of Sensile
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. The Metaphysics of the School by Thomas Harper (1884)
"Some, while adopting the truth of the Proposition generally, nevertheless make an exception in favour of the sensile faculty in man; while others extend the ..."
2. The Metaphysics of the School by Thomas Harper (1881)
"As to the Minor: It is not true universally, that sensile experience supplies no evidence whatever of the sensile influx of the cause into its effect. ..."
3. Instinct and Intelligence in the Animal Kingdom: A Critical Contribution to by Erich Wasmann (1903)
"The facts we allude to must be explained by the sensile power of cognition of the animal, and by the formation of new combinations of representations in its ..."
4. Introductory Philosophy: A Text-book for Colleges and High Schools by Charles Albert Dubray (1912)
"sensile per se proprium. commune. per accidens. ... The sensile per accidens is not perceived in itself, but only because of some connection with the sense ..."