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This study traces the notion of the internal senses in three ancient authors, namely Nemesius, Plotinus and Galen. It begins with Nemesius, and then by going backward ends with Galen. The textual evidence investigated in this study shows clearly that Galen, after acknowledging the Platonic tripartite soul, locates the various dunameis of the soul in the brain. The "localization" theory of Galen plays a crucial role in paving the way for the foundation of the internal senses, which both Plotinusdoi:10.11606/issn.1981-9471.v10i2p119-139 fatcat:a2xbfm7rr5eo7lj3inxzzylihe