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corporeal

of the nature of the physical body; not spiritual
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Hence, as in the case of corporeal structures, we ought to find in nature, not the actual transitional gradations by which each complex instinct has been acquired--for these could be found only in the lineal ancestors of each species--but we ought to find in the collateral lines of descent some evidence of such gradations; or we ought at least to be able to show that gradations of some kind are possible; and this we certainly can do.
Again as in the case of corporeal structure, and conformably with my theory, the instinct of each species is good for itself, but has never, as far as we can judge, been produced for the exclusive good of others.
This hand seemed a thing apart, self-existent, with no corporeal attachment, and it appeared and disappeared like an apparition as the thumb-pressure wavered on the switch.
To whom the winged Warriour thus returnd: URIEL, no wonder if thy perfet sight, Amid the Suns bright circle where thou sitst, See farr and wide: in at this Gate none pass The vigilance here plac't, but such as come Well known from Heav'n; and since Meridian hour No Creature thence: if Spirit of other sort, So minded, have oreleapt these earthie bounds On purpose, hard thou knowst it to exclude Spiritual substance with corporeal barr.
I suppose now you do not believe in corporeal transference.
The workshop, led by actor, director, mime and magician Guillaume Pige, will take participants into the world of Etienne Decroux -- the father of modern mime -- and also explore how the London-based international ensemble Theatre Re uses corporeal mime to create new material for theatre.
In "The Corporeal Imagination: Signifying the Holy in Late Ancient Christianity", Patricia Cox Miller (the W.
In this respect, this article focuses on The Passion of New Eve, as a fertile ground for exploring how bodies are constituted and how these bodies are gendered through both corporeal performances and lived experiences.
Chapter two examines how corporeal ideology dealt with the peculiarities of the phantom limb and influenced efforts to legitimate the work on phantom limb syndrome.
O'Meara embarks on a readable, exciting reflection on a hypothesis: nonhuman, extraterrestrial, corporeal intelligences exist on some exoplanets.
At the second stage of his philosophical development, Leibniz introduces a metaphysics of substantial forms into physics itself, leading to a metaphysics of corporeal substance: this of characteristic of Leibniz's middle years until about the late 1690s.
In a statement, she expressed thanks to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz Al Saud for his constant and continuous support for development projects in Senegal and corporeal assistance to the needy in the West African country.