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corporeal

Tangible real or personal property; things you can touch. Contrast with incorporeal property such as easements (a right to use, but not a right to, property) and goodwill.

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And while the healing ministry pursues the same objective, it acts in a particular and highly distinctive way, namely, by drawing attention, in a very strict and literal sense, to the bodily and corporeal dimension of salvation.
The second particularity of the descent of things from the invincible realm of the Divine Treasures to the spiritual domain of the isthmus, and then to the corporeal and natural world, is that the object of descent never leaves the real presence of the origin of descent.
of British Columbia) organized the project and here presents 14 essays arranged in four sections addressing the themes of biopolitical choreographies, transcultural topographies, corporeal mediations, and controlled interfaces.
The publication of The Corporeal Imagination is one of the year's most exciting events for late antique scholars.
He studied mime and contemporary dance in Japan from 1958 to 1965, when he went to Paris to study corporeal mime under Etienne Decroux, as Marceau had done 20 years before.
This primacy of the corporeal has all but obscured the immaterial from the modern outlook, with the result that while science claims we live in an expanding cosmos our real cosmos is rapidly shrinking.
For instance, the humble lightbulb emerges as a privileged object, at once pendulous and fragile, corporeal and angelic in incarnations by Jasper Johns, Gober, Felix Gonzalez-Torres, and Josiah McElheny (whose video tribute to the space-age glamour of the Metropolitan Opera chandeliers is somehow more intriguing than his sparkling sculptural version of the light fixture as model of the big bang).
Through editing she makes her performers disappear into that corporeal environment; they seem to exit in the space between an arm and a chest, or dance along the edge of someone's waist.
Best known for an impressive repertoire of arts and religious buildings (for instance, LA's new cathedral, AR March 2003) that stir the soul through the contemplation of human creativity or divine mysticism, his latest building, a major new maternity and children's hospital in Madrid, responds to the more messy realities and demands of the corporeal.
Spinoza claims that God is extended and corporeal, but he resists identifying God with the extended, corporeal world.
Expert" testimony by witches about sexual encounters and other instances of corporeal interaction with demons were crucial elements in this process: "sex with demons was only one aspect of a more general European fixation on physical interaction with demons" (14).
Summers repeatedly argues, for example, that the tiny waistline was the most significant corporeal location constructing subordinated femininity from 1850-1900.