gnostic sensation

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gnostic sensation

An obsolete term for sensation derived from organs that are considered to be more highly phylogenetically developed than those of lower animals.

gnostic sensation

One of the more finely developed senses such as touch, tactile discrimination, position sense, and vibration.
See also: sensation
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Depending on what formal definitions are imposed, there might seem a discontinuity between what I have elsewhere called "the shamanic paradigm" (1) and the Gnostic sensibility I impute to Burroughs.