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In observing the newly formed wax, Descartes then identifies with his senses how the wax has changed. The wax now has changed color and expanded into a pool of liquid; the scent increases in the air; it is hot and wet to the touch; the pool secretes a silent sound; and the honey taste has lost flavor...
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All of the elements that the senses now perceive have completely changed from the original piece of wax. Not a single similar native feature has remained the same meaning that it has now been modified into a new object. "For whatever came under the senses of taste, smell, sight, touch or hearing has now changed; and yet the wax remains...
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