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prehensionPrähension (ger.)

  • Perception of and response to an object or event, irrespective of cognition; the interaction that exists between a subject and an entity or event; an instance of this. (OED)
    I will use the word 'prehension' for uncognitive apprehension: by this I mean apprehension which may or may not be cognitive.
    Whitehead, A.N. (1926). Science and the Modern World: 101.