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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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This darkness of the city is implicitly connected with the gendered and raced corporeality of a black woman, Leilah/Lilith, later in the novel with the black, monstrous body of Mother.
The reduction of corporeality to a meaning-constituting resource
The final panel of the conference could be considered a continuation of the concerns of the previous panel as it combined three talks on aspects of corporeality and materiality in plays by Sarah Kane and Mark Ravenhill.
An inclusive education of corporeality in respect of the cerebral functionality can make learning significant (Ausubel, 1965) because it entails the emotional involvement of the student, allowing the recovery of his/her previous knowledge related to the corporeal experience.
Fossils speak to and raise questions about human genealogy, inheritance, and modes of future and past survival, and thus they provoke thought to travel along the temporal cusp of geologic corporeality, crossing 'live' and 'dead' matter.
The denouement of "Nudity" raises some central questions concerning the nudity of naked life: how far goes the analogy between naked corporeality and naked life?
Finch's study of the Plymouth colonists' multiple modes of understanding corporeality shows that the colonists never fully achieved Robinson's ideal of a godly community composed of individual bodies joined in common purpose.
This is what Derrida says throughout his career and once more at its end in his book On Touching--Jean-Luc Nancy, where truth, being, and selfhood are closely tied into the "haptical" (from the Greek haptomai, "to touch") and haptical themes: corporeality, finitude, and liminality.
It is as if the moving body appears to remind them that it is impossible to isolate the mind and disconnect it from the body; as if it is a residue of an experience that cannot be negated in the attempt to constitute abstractness, a residue that grounds subjectivity back to corporeality.
Subjects addressed include nostalgia and its relationship to media in film (sound recordings, television), corporeality and music in cinematic emotion.
Never before has an exhibition so profoundly changed the public's perspective of its own corporeality as Dr.
Perhaps I am lingering too much on the corporeality of the book, a result of my own voyeurism, academic or otherwise.