Assuredly, since otherwise the sensorial differentiation would be inexplicable, being useless.
While in nervous fever there is a deficiency of sensorial power.
Owing to deficiency of sensorial power, as explained more at large in Sect.
Now, it is known to be one of the commonest forms in which sensorial illusions shape themselves.
From defect of sensorial power, the direct and indirect debility of Dr. Brown.
These fibrous motions are thus distinguished from the sensorial motions above mentioned.
If one sensorial brain part is intensely engaged, the remainder of the brain is condemned to a kind of inactivity.
In the two former kinds of sensation there is an expenditure of sensorial power, in these latter there is an accumulation of it.
All these are explained from an accumulation of sensorial power during the inactivity of some part of the system.
To sum up: In contrast to sensorial imagination, which has its origin without, affective imagination begins within.
sensorial sen·so·ri·al (sěn-sôr'ē-əl)
Of or relating to sensations or sensory impressions.
sensory sen·so·ry (sěn'sə-rē)
Of or relating to the senses or sensation.
Transmitting impulses from sense organs to nerve centers; afferent.
Involving the sense organs or the nerves that relay messages from them. Compare motor.