The same way that Bannon has an almost supersensory
ability to divine ways to tie together white supremacy, cultural anxiety, class warfare, xenophobia and government distrust, Trump is supremely aware, on a gut level, that we live in an attention economy.
They explained to us that art doesn't reproduce the phenomenal, empirical world, but rather the supersensory
one." (52) So it is no wonder if idealist philosophers as Plotinus, Hegel, Schelling, and so on, stated that the beauty is a predicate of the supersensory
in order to avoid the Platonist theory of art as a mimesis.
Their findings also suggest that this ancestor already had some ability for "supersensory
locomotion" - a term for overhand hanging and swinging on trees - before becoming too large to walk easily on branches.
To blind-side God is both to do a sneaky end-run around God's rules of life and death, and to discover a supersensory
mode of seeing, of vision, that will allow the physical organs of sight to become a perfect conduit and adjunct for the soaring human spirit.
During Bice Curiger's 2011 Venice Biennale, Tintoretto's complex spatial structures and supersensory
lighting dominated the entrance to the central pavilion in the Giardini.
Plato's theological conception of the forms 'makes sense of the intelligible order as a whole only by postulating a supersensory
realm, the comparison with which degrades the finite world of mortal experience' (112).
For all his sophisticated games with verisimilitude, Philostratus exploits art's purported mimesis to probe the supersensory
, verbally-mediated workings of the subjective imagination.
Even in the Renaissance drama, which Lukacs includes with the admired "old" the ancient mysteries are not truly replicated, even through supersensory
depictions, as in Shakepearean tragedy.
Explaining Liu Xie's theory of literary imagination, Zong-qi Cai observes: "Liu believes that a supersensory
union with all things cannot be achieved until after sensory experiences have been suspended" (2002, 159).
For Corbin, the imaginal signifies all that we come upon in the realm of "the Angel," a transcendent dimension humans can enter only through the cultivation of vision: "Its growth is concomitant with a visionary apperception, giving shape to the supersensory
perceptions and constituting that totality of ways of knowing that can be grouped under the term hierognosis."
No stroke of a mother's hand or song from her lips consoles this child, for tetanus is a wicked, supersensory
Some early writers were sufficiently impressed by the complex coordination of particular social species to posit the existence of animal "supersensory
" processes, such as a "group mind" (Hardy, 1965), "group soul" (Selous, 1931), or a "spirit of the hive" (Maeterlinck, 1901).