organ of touch

or·gan of touch

any one of the sensory end organs.
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Whichever, they both possess (I looked this up) "sensitive barbels around the mouth which stick out from the jaws and function as an organ of touch." Let one of these barbels touch you, buddy, and every boy knows from birth or before that you are dead meat.
In terms of the aesthetics Goethe derived in practice from Oeser and theoretically from Herder, the eye (the organ of sight, and symbolic of the mind) must be coordinated with the hand (the organ of touch, and symbolic of the senses and the body in general).