subsensible

subsensible

(sʌbˈsɛnsɪbəl)
adj
unable to be detected by the senses
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Defining analogy as "the connector of the known to the unknown, the sensible to the subsensible and infinite" (5), Anderson organizes the first three chapters on Donne, Spenser and Milton on the perception of death--its "figuration" (3).