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(ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːzɪə) or




(ˌsiːnɪsˈθiːsɪs) or


(Psychology) psychol general awareness of one's own body
coenesthetic, cenesthetic adj
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coenesthesia, coenesthesis, cenesthesia, cenesthesis

the combination of organic sensations that comprise an individual’s awareness of bodily existence. — coenesthetic, cenesthetic, adj.
See also: Body, Human, Perception
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has something coenesthetic about it, it is connected less to an "impression" than to an internal, muscular, humoral sensuality.
There is not only something "coenesthetic" about the voices in S/Z: they are also synesthetic and kinesthetic.
For Sarrasine, through the coenesthetic power of music, what has been asunder is connected together in the field of vision.