Denoting an anatomically defined region in the nervous system.
[G. topos, place]
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It also relates to a wide variety of other disciplines - among them biblical studies, theology, anthropology, church history, liturgics, homiletics, ritual studies, topistics,(1) ethnomusicology, aesthetic philosophy, and architecture and art.
1 Topistics is the "holistic study of places" and human experience in those places, E.