- the areas of the brain that process and register incoming sensory information and make possible the conscious awareness of the world
How To Use sensorium In A Sentence
- Mr. Chairman and prize goose, -- The feelings which now agitate my sensorium on this Michaelmasian occasion stimulate the vibratetiuncles of the heartiean hypothesis, so as to paralyse the oracular and articulative apparatus of my loquacious confirmation, overwhelming my soul-fraught imagination, as the boiling streams of liquid lava, buried in one vast cinereous mausoleum -- the palace-crowded city of the engulphed Pompeii. Punch, or the London Charivari, Volume 1, October 2, 1841
- Back in the sensorium, the attendant technicians peel adhesive sensors from his chest, temples, groin.
- That no one is any longer made accountable, that the kind of being manifested cannot be traced back to a causa prima, that the world is a unity neither as sensorium nor as ‘spirit’, this alone is the great liberation. Nietzsche the Pantheist? | Heretical Ideas Magazine
- Patients with alcoholic hallucinosis experience visual, auditory, or tactile hallucinations but otherwise have a clear sensorium.
- She enlarges perceptively upon the primacy of the visual in the shifting sensorium of the modern urban subject, though we still need more appreciation of other neglected dimensions, notably of sound and touch.
- The word sensorium is used to express not only the medullary part of the brain, spinal marrow, nerves, organs of sense and muscles, but also at the same time that living principle, or spirit of animation, which resides throughout the body, without being cognizable to our senses except by its effects. additional notes contents table of contents Note II
- The sensorium and motorium of these cognitive systems will be the infrastructure of the world. Scientific American
- Yet this connection between the sensorium and the motorium is not yet stable, for there follows not seldom upon a command distinctly uttered, and without doubt correctly understood, the wrong movement -- paramimy. The Mind of the Child, Part II The Development of the Intellect, International Education Series Edited By William T. Harris, Volume IX.
- Invention is an operation of the sensorium, by which we voluntarily continue to excite one train of ideas, suppose the design of raising water by a machine; and at the same time attend to all other ideas, which are connected with this by every kind of catenation; and combine or separate them voluntarily for the purpose of obtaining some end. Zoonomia, Vol. I Or, the Laws of Organic Life
- The word sensorium is used to express not only the medullary part of the brain, spinal marrow, nerves, organs of sense and muscles, but also at the same time that living principle, or spirit of animation, which resides throughout the body, without being cognizable to our senses except by its effects. The Temple of Nature; or, the Origin of Society A Poem, with Philosophical Notes