aesthesia in U.S. es-,es-thêz'i-a, is-, ês-, aesthesis,ns. feeling: sensitivity.--n.aesthes'iogen, something producing sensation, esp. a stimulus or suggestion producing a sensory effect on a subjet under hypnosis.--adj.aesthesiogen'ic.-- adj.aesthetic,es-thet'ik, is-, ês-, orig. relating to perception by the senses: generaly relating to possessing, or pretending to, a sense of beauty: artistic or affecting to be artistic.--n.aes'thete (-thêt), a professed disciple of aestheticism: one who affects an extravagent love of art.--adj.aesthet'ical, pertaining to the aesthetics.--adj.aesthet'ically.--n.aesthetician (-tish-en), one devoted to or vested in aesthetics.--v.t.aesthet'icise, -ize, (-siz), to render aesthetic.-ns.
philosophy: philosophy - general philisophic discussion
androgyny - discussion of the androgynic mindset and androgynic persuits arted - art education cogsci - cognitive science synaesthesis - discussion of synaesthesia; when two senses are linked thehedonist - pursuit and devotion to the pleasure of the senses