kinesthetics


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Synonyms for kinesthetics

the ability to feel movements of the limbs and body

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These kinesthetic prospects are showing you how to sell them more quickly.
The characters' kinesthetic readings adapt techniques frequently used in poetry analysis to a variety of texts and thus offer instructions for how to read Ulysses.
She derives many of these kinesthetic indicators from experiments with her lover Kit Anstruther-Thomson, who, according to Lee, possessed a particularly acute sense of aesthetic empathy.
If the kinesthetic experience of a chair seems implausible, many of Lee's descriptions of bodily adjustments, eye movements, muscular reactions, and other somatic responses to art would later be corroborated by the development of sensitive equipment for physiological monitoring.
Readers in tune with Wordsworth will sense the relationship between kinesthetic stress in such activities as walking, riding, canoeing, or skiing, and a suddenly awakened perception of beauty during a moment of repose.
He is torn between guilt and pleasure guilt at having deliberately breached his own ethics and pleasure in the immediate aesthetic and kinesthetic experience.
Each episode, in other words, is characterized by kinesthetic novelty, and each takes place during strenuous activity out of doors.