11.06.2023, 14:00

ÆDEN - Sentient

Ewan Jansen
Sugar Free

Someone sentient is able to feel things, or sense them. Sentient usually occurs in phrases like \"sentient beings\" and \"sentient creatures,\" making it clear that things that don’t have life don’t have feelings. Explain that to a pet rock.

Sentient comes from the Latin sentient-, \"feeling,\" and it describes things that are alive, able to feel and perceive, and show awareness or responsiveness. Having senses makes something sentient, or able to smell, communicate, touch, see, or hear. Whether or not plants and living things other than animals and people are sentient depends on whom you ask.

Please respect the boundaries of others, everyone should feel comfortable. Discriminatory behaviour is not welcome and will not be tolerated. If you feel uncomfortable or if you see that anyone else doesn\'t feel well in any way, please don\'t hesitate to adress it directly to the club staff at the bar or at the door. Let’s look out for eachother.