Cognitive sensor

The dominating condition that determines the type of cognition a way of being aware of something is, for instance the photosensitive cells of the eyes. The dominating condition that determines the type of cognition a way of being aware of something is. In the case of the five types of sensory cognition, it is the photosensitive cells of the eyes, the sound-sensitive cells of the ears, the smell-sensitive cells of the nose, the taste-sensitive cells of the tongue, and the physical-sensation-sensitive cells of the body. In the case of mental cognition, it is the immediately preceding moment of cognition. Some translators render the term as "sense power."

Tibetan: dbang-po

Sanskrit: indriya

J Hopkins: sense power.


Other languages

Italiano: sensore cognitivo
Русский: познающий рецептор

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