Tuesday, 17 June 2008

sensesphere

2 comments:

troylloyd said...

sensibilia spherality

sensorium n,pl sensoriums or sensoria [LateLatin,seat or organ of sensation, fr. L sensus (past part. of sentire to feel, perceive) + -orium - more at sense]

1a obs : the brain or a part of the brain regarded as the seat of the mind b brain, mind - not used technically
2: the parts of the brain that are concerned with the reception and interpretation of sensory stimuli; broadly : the sensory apparatus including receptors, nerves, and central components 3: a percipient apparatus (existed ... only as a mechanical ~ and active apparatus - George Santayana) (a social ~ which would serve as the equivalent of the central nervous system - Louis Wirth)
p 2068 Webster's Third New International Dictionary (unabridged) 1971

nice piece!
thanx for the sensosphorical stimuli.

mike cannell said...

Interesting stuff. I actually got the title from a planet in a 1960's episode of doctor who called "the sensorites" that featured kooky looking telepathic aliens with dish shaped feet.

still,

since/or/e|um