esthesis

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

  • 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
  • She laid herself down without a moment's hesitation, and as she did so Doctor Angier, according to previous arrangement, presented a sponge saturated with ether to her nostrils, and in two minutes complete anaesthesis was produced. Danger
  • Obviously, one finds these considered concerns merely skin deep, when compared with the galactic sweep of The Life Divine and the glacieral aesthesis of Savitri. What is most deep is the skin
  • At kinesthesis breakthrough because I read my blogroll in ABC order and that was the first blog I came to that had posted this meme. the getting-to-know-you meme...
  • The etymology of “aesthetic” is aesthesis, which means “feeling,” and process thought emphasizes that aesthetic values are fundamentally values for an experiencing subject. Process Theism
  • The English art critic John Ruskin (1819-1900) distinguished '' aesthesis '' - a kind of 'animal consciousness of the pleasantness' of the object - from '' theoria '' - the sense that beauty has a spiritual core. Citizendium, the Citizens' Compendium - Recent changes [en]
  • This tides once contribute to postmodernist controversy on philosophy, aesthesis, sociology, literature and pedagogy.
  • 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
  • Anyway, dr. m of the wonderful kinesthesis breathrough posted a picture of a yellow hibiscus in his garden on Wednesday. Archive 2005-08-01
  • 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
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