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Definition of AEsthesis

AEsthesis
AEsthesis [AE]s*the""sis, n. [Gr. ?.] Sensuous perception. [R.] --Ruskin.

Meaning of AEsthesis from wikipedia

- Sensation is the fiction-writing mode for portraying a character's perception of the senses. According to Ron Rozelle, "...the success of your story or...
- 100 Albums of All Time, at number 86. The band's third studio album, Aesthesis, was released on August 14, 2015. Three members of the defunct Brisbane...
- dysaesthesia) comes from the Gr**** word "dys," meaning "not-normal," and "aesthesis," which means "sensation" (abnormal sensation). It is defined as an unpleasant...
- explanation of a set of phenomena traditionally covered by this heading. Syn-aesthesis denoting also "co-perceiving", implies the ****ociation of two sensory...
- that complements our experience of the external world.[citation needed] Aesthesis Apperception Attention Āyatana (sense bases in Theravada Buddhism) Chemesthesis...
- aer(o)- air, gas Gr**** ἀήρ, ἀέρος (aḗr, aéros) aerosinusitis, aerodynamics aesthesi- (BrE) sensation Gr**** αἴσθησις (aísthēsis) anaesthesia -al -al pertaining...
- synesthesia—plural synesthesiae), from the Gr**** "syn-" meaning union and "aesthesis" meaning sensation, is a neurological phenomenon in which two or more...
- draws on the original Gr**** meaning and the later Kantian concept of "aesthesis" as "material perception" and coins the phrase "inaesthetic" to refer...
- ****iii–xlix. "The Fortnightly Review › Ruskin and the distinction between Aesthesis and Theoria". Fortnightlyreview.co.uk. 7 April 2009. Archived from the...
- perception" from αἰσθάνεσθαι (aisthánesthai) "to perceive" aesthesia, aesthesis, aesthete, aesthetics, anaesthetic, synesthesia aether-, ether- upper...
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