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of or relating to the human body

composed of or relating to things that occupy space and can be perceived by the senses

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having material or physical form or substance

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affecting or characteristic of the body as opposed to the mind or spirit

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This makes the viewer aware of the difference between the corporeal reality and the representation of the painting.
Thus, Cooper seeks to integrate Maximus's ascetic anthropology with his cosmically mediatorial soteriology and eschatology through the Byzantine monk's theology of corporeal deification, with Christ s deified humanity as the linchpin.
A random sample of biblical passages quickly shows that corporeal individuals--not disembodied souls--are indeed the addressees of the Word of God (see Rom 10:14-15).
Both man's journey to the natural world and his consequent migration from it are very different from his worldly travels in the corporeal world.
Theodore Jennings notes that embodied knowledge is corporeal and "praxological"; it emerges from doing and acting, and is "capable of altering "that which is to be known" (332).
After spending a month in corporeal form, the Prince of Darkness will be given the choice to exit the body and return to hell or to continue in the body and live out its life (with the corresponding chance of ascending to heaven).
Her parents , Rob and Helen, were told to say goodbye, but then surgeons at Newcastle's Freeman Hospital decided to carry one of the world's first Extra Corporeal Membrane Oxygenation procedures on the teenager.
Though Coleman insists upon Ellison's centrality in the formation of a neo-black postmodernist aesthetic, he still maintains that the author's somewhat Panglossian valorization of American democracy is suspect, given the material and corporeal realities black men face in the age of Rodney King, James Byrd, and Abner Louima.
With mainstream media focused on today's more corporeal threats--exploding bombs, anthrax scares, the economy--online town criers have highlighted less tangible dangers, such as infringement of Constitutional rights.
com/ Activism Tools/selectors/religion will let you pick what you'd like to see in a deity (personal or impersonal, multiple or singular, corporeal or incorporeal), different explanations for suffering and evil in the world, and the teachings and tenets you might deem essential.
At fleshly the book says "1 of the body and its nature; corporeal.
Furthermore, Israel's election is what Michael Wyschogrod has termed a carnal or corporeal election.
In ``It Ain't Nothin' but the Blues,'' the patchy and overly earnest, but ultimately rewarding, new musical theater piece at the Geffen Playhouse, those contradictions are strikingly personified by co-author/performer Ron Taylor, a man of ample soulfulness and ample corporeal substance.
The SYNSORB technology has a variety of applications including blood fractionation and purification, treatment of bacterial-related intestinal disorders and various extra corporeal treatments.