what of phillip's senses was greatly improved?

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Phillip's sense of self and independence is improved. After his initial self-centered attitude, he learns to appreciate Timothy's knowledge. Timothy pushed him to explore, ration, and work despite his limitations.

Even after Timothy's death, he is able to fend for himself-shelter, food, and safety-wise.

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