Hence the hand, and the fingers—and we are coming to them. The senses should be five in number—no more and no fewer, he confirms—the objective ones (tactus, visus, auditus) and subjective ones (gustus, olfactus). The former contribute more to knowledge, and among them touch (Betastung) comes first, at least in accordance with certain criteria. Which ones? To the extent that touch is the only sense of immediate external perception and thus the one bringing us the greatest certainty, it is the most important or the most serious one (wichtigste), although it is the clumsiest (gröbste) among the senses. In a way it is the foundation of the other two objective senses, sight and hearing.
from "This is My Body"
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