synaesthesis

synaesthesis

(ˌsɪniːsˈθiːsɪs)
n
the harmonious combination of differing impulses arising from a work of art
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Richards located beauty within our experience of objects in the world, in particular within our experience of synaesthesis, which he described as an aesthetic state in which the experiencer's impulses aroused by the aesthetic object achieve an equilibrium and harmony that the experiencer recognizes as beauty.
Trans-subjective and sub-subjective affected synaesthesis between movement, touch and vision seems pregnant with .
The word synaesthesis comes from the Greek `syn', meaning together, and `aesthesis', meaning sensation.