For example 正义感,使命感,厚重感 ... But this sounds wired, at least to me: 意义感 Is there a rule?

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    As a native speaker but not an expert in grammar I'd say the word before 感 should be something your could feel or get emotionally aroused. Thus I don't think 意义感 is valid, and I've never heard people say so. – PJ.Hades Feb 24 '19 at 20:37
  • @PJ.Hades, thanks for your reply. I learned it from here – user4015990 Feb 25 '19 at 19:22
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    IMHO I note that in your given sentence 意义感 is more like a term created by the quoted person. Thus these created words may escape from the general grammar "rules". – PJ.Hades Feb 27 '19 at 3:58
  • @PJ.Hades, indeed. You are correct. – user4015990 Feb 27 '19 at 15:01

感我的理解是一种感觉,感受形容什么感主题应该是人。所以意义感不对。 I think the word 感 means feeling about sb,so when you use the word 感 ,it should describ sb’s feeling ,not something.

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