When you say a word, what you care [about] is that word was perceived correctly. You don't care that the word sounded pretty when it was spoken. Music is entirely different; when you hear music, if it doesn't sound good, what's the point?— Charles Limb
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This is what we want out of our senses. We want beauty; we don't just want function.
I don't think that we should give up on beauty.
When we think of the loss of the sense, we really think about something like this: the ability to touch something luxurious, to taste something delicious, to smell something fragrant, to see something beautiful.
Restoration of basic sensory function is critical.
... But it's in restoration of the ability to perceive beauty where we can get inspiring.