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On Sense and the Sensible by Aristotle is a philosophical text that discusses the nature of sensation and how it relates to knowledge. Aristotle argues that the senses are the foundation of all knowledge, and that the sensible world is the only true reality. He also contends that the intellect is not capable of grasping abstract concepts without the aid of the senses. Read in English, unabridged.