aesthesis

NOUN
  1. an unelaborated elementary awareness of stimulation
    a sensation of touch
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How To Use aesthesis In A Sentence

  • Sri Aurobindo's "prescription for a spiritualized aesthesis" rids us from the burden of "responsibility" dogging or any nagging sense of lack or guilt. Archive 2008-03-01
  • Ecological aesthetics is a kind of ethics which reflects the relationship among human beings, nature, society and people's own ecological aesthesis.
  • But at the moment of recovery from anaesthesis, just then, BEFORE STARTING ON Varieties of Religious Experience, a Study in Human Nature
  • Finally tonight, synesthesia ( "from the Greek roots syn (together) and aesthesis (perception)"): 11.03
  • Words refer to something; perception (aesthesis in Greek) involves perceptibles; knowledge requires a known. Plato's Middle Period Metaphysics and Epistemology
  • This tides once contribute to postmodernist controversy on philosophy, aesthesis, sociology, literature and pedagogy.
  • In a state of anaesthesis, it would obey or command a calculable program without affect or auto-affection, like an indifferent automaton” (Without Alibi, p. 73). Jacques Derrida
  • But I could not well believe this, as I could feel my heart pounding against my ribs from the exertion of my efforts to release myself from the anaesthesis which had held me. A Princess of Mars
  • It wasn't until Asher began studying neuroscience at Harvard six years ago that he learned there was a name for this phenomenon -- synesthesia, from the Greek roots syn (together) and aesthesis (perception). Real Rhapsody In Blue
  • This tides once contribute to postmodernist controversy on philosophy, aesthesis, sociology, literature and pedagogy.
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