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corporeal

of the nature of the physical body; not spiritual
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Whereas Brabantio's use of the phrase is meant to evoke an image of integrity breached, two other uses aim at describing or, what is more, effecting a psychological change, conceived of corporeally.
Categorically different from any other entry in the volume in taking an individual and contemporary artist as its subject, Bruhm's essay begins by asserting that "if we take 'queer' to mean sexually ambiguous, protean, corporeally illegible," then Jackson "can be nothing but queer" (158).
13) Here is my translation of the poem apropos of the twiggy ends of the Tree of Knowledge: One conjures a preferred osculation Longed for throughout one's existence, A transitory exigency authenticated corporeally.
To live theosis, then, means to lead our life in an eschatological perspective within the ecclesial community, striving through prayer, participation in the eucharist, and the practice of the moral life to attain the divine likeness, being conformed spiritually and corporeally to the body of Christ until we are brought into Christ's identity and arrive ultimately at union with the Father" (p.
Even if the war as conducted in heaven itself is thought of as not truly physical, it can still become that way as cosmic forces manifest corporeally to carry out their struggle in our world.
What the monist Spinoza treats of corporeally, as the physical reality and oneness of universal matter, Barfield treats linguistically.
Beauvoir writes, "ecstasy mimics corporeally that abolition of the ego; the subject neither sees nor feels any longer, the body is forgotten, denied" (675).
The present research project is additionally beginning to clarify how bringing awareness to what is felt corporeally and intercorporeally can shift it: by undergoing the affective event in lucid awareness, retrieving it from anonymity and becoming more open to it as well as more available for being moved by it, I am, quite precisely, affected by its motivational force more fully--a tightness (or a situation) eases, breath (or interkinaesthetic partnering) flows more freely, and so on, because such release is quite precisely called for by the restriction in question, and we are now allowing matters to move on.
The Cause is, for the Sense of Hearing striketh the Spirits more immediately than the other Senses and more corporeally than Smelling: for the Sight, Taste, and Feeling, have their Organs, not of so present and immediate Access to the Spirites, as the hearing hath .
Many of the essays included here address this difference and, generally speaking, the authors argue that there is ultimately no clear line between tourism and pilgrimage, that both are born from a desire to travel, to head into an unknown, foreign place where one might experience new sights and sounds and tastes and smells, and ultimately to be corporeally inspired by some transcendent locale.
Or, if for any reason thought to be corporeally incapacitated for that, yet such an one would seem superlatively competent to cheer and howl on his underlings to the attack.
Apropos of the discourse of Island style, we could say that this perceived manner of play may be corporeally taken up as a distinctive marker of racial, national, or regional culture and in doing so this particular bodily aesthetic may again be read as "an index of creativity and resistance, collective and individual.