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In this passage, Avicenna is saying that when a sense is greatly affected by the contrary of its object, it ceases to be able to sense. Here's a literal translation of your passage: But this kind of thing occurs from a great pain, as [our] sense is injured from the burning of fire or the sting of ice so that the body cannot sense it [i.e. the pain], but, ...


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