Perceiving or perceived by the senses: you are immersed in an illusionary, yet sensate, world
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- This resembles the deadening of the emotions paradoxically required for the exquisitely heightened sensate perception in the Marquis de Sade's novels.
- For me, the benefits are intellectual, emotional and sensate; I'd like others to experience the pleasures that a theoretical appreciation of cinema offers.
- The real debate is between those who want to enjoy the fruits of prosperity and those who want an austere existence free from sensate temptation of any kind.
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