Why do we need a contrast to recognize a sensation?
For example -;
Think of hearing the same sound since your birth and think that you are hearing it without any variations.
We will fail to recognize that we are perceiving a sensation and we won't be able to recognize the sense organ.
Iam only 15,Forgive me if my question is fallacious. Thanks.
Thanks for your interesting question. I don't think there's anything fallacious about it. But I do think that, at bottom, it's an empirical question -- one that we can't expect to answer just by thinking hard about it. What you say in answer to it seems plausible to me: If all that I ever receive at my auditory organs is a totally undifferentiated sound, no matter what I do, then it's hard to see what function my auditory organs are performing for me or why I would even be aware that I had them. But I think that a confident answer to your question depends on properly gathered empirical data. You might look into the psychology literature to see if anyone has investigated this topic.