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Balzac, Honoré de - Louis Lambert - 03 The five senses



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Louis Lambert by Honore De Balzac

   VI  The Will acts through organs commonly called the five senses,  which, in fact, are but one—the faculty of Sight. Feeling and  tasting, hearing and smelling, are Sight modified to the  transformations of the Substance which Man can absorb in two  conditions: untransformed and transformed.

  VII  Everything of which the form comes within the cognizance of the  one sense of Sight may be reduced to certain simple bodies of  which the elements exist in the air, the light, or in the elements  of air and light. Sound is a condition of the air; colors are all  conditions of light; every smell is a combination of air and  light; hence the four aspects of Matter with regard to Man—sound,  color, smell, and shape—have the same origin, for the day is not  far off when the relationship of the phenomena of air and light will be made clear.

 Thought, which is allied to Light, is expressed in words which  depend on sound. To man, then, everything is derived from the  Substance, whose transformations vary only through Number—a  certain quantitative dissimilarity, the proportions resulting in  the individuals or objects of what are classed as Kingdoms.

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