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clear and independent in the phenomena of synaesthesia, of secondary sensations. In the phenomena of synaesthesia we have a sensation


of one sense organ followed, without an intermediary direct stimulation, by a sensation coming from another sense organ. Thus, when a sensation


of light instead of giving rise to a subsequent idea gives rise to a sensation of sound, for instance, we have the phenomenon


of secondary sensation. Here the secondary sensations stand out free and distinct, but they are really always present in our ordinary perceptive experiences as bound up secondary sensory elements, as secondary sensations grouped round primar


y sensations. When the phenomena of synaesthesia were first brought to the notice of the scientific world, they w


ere regarded as abnormal and exceptional, and only present in special pathological cases. Soon, however,[2


53] their field became widened, and they were found not only in the insane and degenerate, but in many persons other


wise perfectly normal. We find now that we must further widen the field of secondary sensory elements, and instead o


f regarding them as a freak of nature existing under highly artificial conditions, we must

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