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corporeal

of the nature of the physical body; not spiritual
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This impressive study, which serves as a major contribution to literature and science will generate new lines of inquiries into the study of vital force and corporeality in modern Spain.
Open coding was used for the interviews, grouping the codes according to the following five categories that emerged with regard to the body: a) dirtiness, b) the search for opportunities, c) corporeality and the attractiveness of bodies for clients, d) body language and initial contact and e) assigned value.
Her artwork focuses on the relationship between imagination and corporeality, which is caused by experience.
As Reyes argues, a serious, sustained examination of the genre's corporeal elements "opens up the gothic to an area little visited and removed from the spiritual, the suggestive or the repressed, namely, the empiricist and phenomenological nightmare of the inescapability of corporeality" (18).
His engagement with the body, particularly the female body, is driven by the neurotic alternation between the desire to subjugate corporeality and the refusal to do so.
While in this predicament, Evelyn/Eve struggles to find a way to attach himself/herself to his/her new transgendered "corporeality" and ultimately becomes accustomed to her new embodied self.
To conclude this exercise in source criticism, five papers, gathered here under the general heading "The Culture of Reclining: Corporeality, Sexuality, Intimacy," were first presented in 2009.
Her bold disciplinary move, thus, is to take affect away from spectatorship studies, and position it "as a matter of aesthetics, form, and structure, [which] undeniably removes corporeality, experience, physicality, viscerality, and skin shudderings from discussion" (40).
THE BODY IN TOLKIEN'S LEGENDARIUM: ESSAYS ON MIDDLE-EARTH CORPOREALITY. Edited by Christopher Vaccaro.
Juxtaposed with personal narratives are reflections on shared labor and servitude located in the marked bodies of diasporic queer and female Filipina/o subjects--a connection that simultaneously demonstrates respect and allegiance but also redeploys the fetishization and commodification of Filipina corporeality within geopolitical capitalist liberalism and in both US and Philippine nation-building projects.