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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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Unlike corporeal feminist theorists such as Grosz, Kirby, and Braidotti, Butler supports the radical social constructivism, focusing on the discursive production of the material body that is sexed.
It seems that Leibniz in his middle years accepts a kind of phenomenalism according to which bodies are just phenomena, and it seems to conflict with his corporeal substance metaphysics.
But if we use metaphorical realism (3)--or what I might now call "imaginative corporeal understanding"--we can surmise that the Titan represents the global, integrated, imaginative understanding that should be the core of a liberal education, and the Titan is also the adult who uses this intellectual structure to tear down the sun and moon of imaginary corporeal understanding that they brought into college or that they woke up with that day.
Key words: Upper urinary tract stones, extra corporeal shock wave lithotripsy, dornier lithotripter.
Thus, Cooper seeks to integrate Maximus's ascetic anthropology with his cosmically mediatorial soteriology and eschatology through the Byzantine monk's theology of corporeal deification, with Christ s deified humanity as the linchpin.
Corporeal mime was principally developed by Decroux.
A random sample of biblical passages quickly shows that corporeal individuals--not disembodied souls--are indeed the addressees of the Word of God (see Rom 10:14-15).
Both man's journey to the natural world and his consequent migration from it are very different from his worldly travels in the corporeal world.
In her third collection, Taylor notes in her introduction: "The lawyer is drawn to the gangster, the old to the young, the mother in the convict, the rich to the poor, the ethereal to the corporeal, the gay to the straight, the professor to the student, the saint to the sinner, and the intellectual to the street smart.
Theodore Jennings notes that embodied knowledge is corporeal and "praxological"; it emerges from doing and acting, and is "capable of altering "that which is to be known" (332).
After spending a month in corporeal form, the Prince of Darkness will be given the choice to exit the body and return to hell or to continue in the body and live out its life (with the corresponding chance of ascending to heaven).
The study then offers a breathtaking journey into each writer's struggle to resist or re-employ these racial and corporeal theories for their own ends.