RE: Non-sensory experiences

From: Webb, Steve (
Date: Wed Nov 07 2001 - 11:51:33 MST

From: J. R. Molloy []
> That particular cognitive incident is accompanied by
> feelings, which I conjecture are generated by the ENS, and
> these feelings comprise the experience. Without the sensory
> input of gut feelings, the frustration, irritation,
> annoyance, etc., which comprise the emotional event, no
> experience ensues.

Emotional events are sensory inputs? Suppose I'm mulling over two
concepts in my head -- very abstract concepts like, say, government and
freedom, which are themselves difficult to map back to any sensory
input. Suddenly I realize a novel interrelationship between the two and
experience that wonderful "eureka!" feeling. Given the definition of
sensory you've provided, which sense organ is associated with the

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