- that which can be sensed
Latin, neuter plural of sensibilis sensible
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Such correlated "sensibilia" will be called "appearances of one thing."
The sensibilia (phaenomena) are opposed to the intelligibilia (noumena), which compose the transcendental world.The Basis of Morality
A few preliminary remarks, to be amplified as we proceed, will serve to elucidate the use which I propose to make of sensibilia.
What the mind adds to sensibilia, in fact, is merely awareness: everything else is physical or physiological.
But we may legitimately inquire as to the existence or reality of "things" or other "sensibilia" inferred from such objects.