The Power of Sensation in "Murder on the Orient Express"

November 10, 2017

Sensation is the function of consciousness that is aware of sensory information received through the five senses: Sight, Sound, Smell, Touch and Taste. 

The introverted sensation type is observant and reflective of tangible facts. The power of this personality function  can be seen in the following excerpt from Murder on the Orient Express, where Hercule Poirot shows his talents as a keen observer and investigator: "No detail escapes his notice...".





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