consentience

[kuh n-sen-shuh ns]
noun
  1. agreement or unity of opinion; concurrence.
  2. the faculty of synthesizing sensations, without the use of the intellect or without consciousness, in reflex or involuntary actions.

Origin of consentience

First recorded in 1875–80; consenti(ent) + -ence
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