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incorporeal

1. spiritual or metaphysical
2. Law having no material existence but existing by reason of its annexation of something material, such as an easement, touchline, copyright, etc.
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Without going beyond these dialogues, then, but simply by thinking out what is implied by many instances having the same "look," having some nature in common, we have arrived at the conception of the forms as incorporeal, intelligible ideas which are both immanent or present in their instances and transcendent to them.
144) What is more problematic is that the insistence of the German model on property as dominion of corporeal things is inconsistent with the fact that claims, which are incorporeal and not things, can be the object of pledge, (145) a type of lesser property interest recognized in the German Civil Code.
If there are actual impulses, these could be said to have resistance and therefore to be deflected, but Philoponus' incorporeal actualities cannot do this.
After the sleeping sovereign is killed, his ghost's numinous presence splits into incorporeal images of public and private life, which designate aspects of sovereignty in its visual appearance.
It raises a fascinating and deep set of questions relating to the nature of spiritual experience and forces the reader to ponder what it means that the "corporeal and incorporeal are intimately related" (p.
It is not the same as a Lordship of the Manor, enshrined in English law as incorporeal hereditament - property without body.
Because of their incorporeal nature, cloud--or virtual--servers are inexpensive and infinitely more flexible than traditional real-world servers on racks in a back room.
They might assert that online interactions involve not property but incorporeal concerns having no place under the regime of art 976 CCQ; such interactions belong, if anywhere, in a separate body of law akin to intellectual property.
The committee also called on corporeal and incorporeal bodies who unfairly
Arguing on the basis of analogy with human beings--or at one point even more specifically with pre-lapsarian Adam, created "in the image of God" (and so making the analogy possible)--Theodore concludes that human mind can perceive the inner-communal nature of God, the imperative of love in this life, and the incorporeal sublimity of reward in the next life.
Perhaps we would ask to see the dragon, only to be told that it is invisible, that it floats in the air without leaving footprints, that it is heatless and cannot be detected by infrared sensors, and finally that it is incorporeal.
Consistent with an African cultural worldview, Optimal Psychology (OP) concedes that everything, including humans, is spirit, that incorporeal, animating principle and vibratory energy that is the essence and sustenance of all that is.