Q: Is sense a physiological capacity of organisms that provides data for perception? ¶
Q: Is sense a matter of some debate? ¶
A: Yes, and leading to difficulties in defining what exactly a distinct sense is, and where the borders between responses to related stimuli lay.
Q: Are senses senses that perceive the body's own position? ¶
A: Yes, and motion, and state, known as proprioceptive senses.
Q: Were senses known as the five outward wits? ¶
Q: Are senses enumerated as the "five material faculties" in Hindu literature? ¶
Q: Is sense modified hair cells of the lateral line system? ¶
Q: Are senses senses that perceive sensations in internal organs? ¶
Q: Are senses common today? ¶
Q: Is sense the sense that allows an organism to sense body movement? ¶
A: Yes, and direction, and acceleration, and to attain and maintain postural equilibrium and balance.