coenaesthesia

coenaesthesia

(ˌsiːniːsˈθiːzɪə) or

coenaesthesis

n
variant spellings of coenesthesia
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Sobchack names the tactilely stimulated spectator "the cinesthetic subject," a term that combines cinema with the sensorial stew of synaethesia ("an 'involuntary experience in which the stimulation of one sense cause[s] a perception in another'") and coenaesthesia ("the potential and perception of one's whole sensorial being," often "used to describe the general and open sensual condition of the child at birth") (67-69; qtg.