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These potentially available facts are nevertheless part and parcel of the main fact, namely the fact of softness, and they contribute to the impression that the softness is of a type obtained through touch. An even more important set of facts that you have potential access to are those that determine the impression of sensory presence of the softness. These facts are the bodiliness, insubordinateness and grabbiness of the ongoing interaction. Bodiliness consists in the fact that moving your body (in particular your fingers) is what is currently providing changes in sensory input.

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