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Still, there is also a sort of awareness of God where it seems right to say one feels his presence, but where there is little or none of the sort of sensuous imagery that typically goes with perception; it is more like a nonsensuous impression of a brooding presence.
What is internally available to the believer also includes the phenomenology that goes with the belief in question: the sensuous phenomenology, and also the nonsensuous phenomenology involved, in doxastic evidence, in the belief's just having the feel of being right.
The expressionists, finally, pitted their own brand of emotional but, characteristically, nonsensuous and nonerotic subjectivism against the imitative art of the nineteenth century.