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(noun) the sense of the relative position of one's own parts of the body and strength of effort being employed in movement; also known as "the kinesthetic sense"
a proprioceptive flicker in advance of the communal body
feel, touch, form, proprioception, coordination, hand-eye coordination, kinesthesia, grace, control, reflexes
Some moral concepts—theft, murder—act, for us, as moral primitives. They are our moral proprioception, orienting us in the ethical landscape, telling us up from down
The sixth sense is not psychic vision but proprioception, the perception of where the body is in space.