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corporeal

of the nature of the physical body; not spiritual
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But when we add to the situation the very real fear that could arise in those who are corporeally in the shooter's vicinity, audiences may not reasonably conclude that an armed responder will necessarily pull the trigger and aim with any accuracy.
In consuming them," Sponsler remarks, "the diners used their own bodies to enact and to signify corporeally their fealty to the ideology of church-crown cooperation" (157).
This begins in the scenes already discussed, when Anne is both corporeally and emotionally affected by the stories of Captain Wentworth and his auditory presence at social gatherings.
On the other hand, studies that emphasize the perception experience as originating from corporeally embodied pre-reflexive knowledge seek to understand embodiment of knowledge over and above the duality of what is in and out of the body.
Cybercrimes may be defined as the crimes which may be committed against individuals or groups with a criminal intention to intentionally smear the reputation or corporeally or incorporeally harm the victim, directly or indirectly, through the modern communication networks such as the social media networks, internet (chat rooms, instant messaging and emails) and mobile phones (SMS and MMS)," he said.
Constantly evolving mobile, personal and corporeally oriented technological devices can also be used by professional and recreational sports participants such as runners and cyclists.
I argue that what these writer's words are suggesting is an affirmation of the corporeally and cognitively constituted origins of writing and coming to knowing.
are experienced not only corporeally, in the sticky connections made
Obviously, these statements support the idea that gender/ed identities and bodies are discursively and corporeally constructed.
This emotional strain in alienating contexts is explicitly connected to a need to corporeally transcend how she feels.
One solution is to incorporate the melodic friction into a physical gesture: by using the hand, wrist and forearm to anchor the end notes and feeling the horizontalness between them, pianists can experience melodic friction as corporeally as do singers, resulting in a more authentic and eloquent cantabile.
Known for featuring work that embraces the shape-shifting properties associated with the concept of "postidentity," Queer Thoughts reaffirmed its agenda with a corporeally charged installation punctuated by several cast-polyurethane molds of hands and faces and three of Stahl's characteristic polymer-coated ink-jet prints of body parts submerged in gel.