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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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One has one's times according to where one stands corporeally, above all in terms of classes" (Bloch 22).
thou art as dependent, mentally, upon the arbitrary customs of men, as man is, corporeally, upon the established laws of his country
Vannini and Taggart's article 'Doing Islandness: a non-representational approach to an island's sense of place', announces its intentions by stating that 'we understand islandness corporeally, affectually, practically, intimately, as a visceral experience.
Scenes in "Da" that are obviously central to Charlie's self-concept may corporeally involve not only Charlie's middle-aged self, but also his teenaged self.
A central promise of the text and one that is, I think, its most valuable and distinctive contribution, lies in its attempt at depicting the indeterminacy of the fleshly, material body; the body that is always corporeally and contextually specific yet can never be reduced to a static or singular nature.
Not in the sense of being corporeally present in an earlier epoch, with all its physical plant, its local color, and a bustling mise en scene, but in that metaphysical sense, akin to tempo in music, which previous epochs never neglected to set.
If, as the apostle says, in Christ lives the fullness of divinity corporeally [Col.
This essential issue is one addressed by the psychoanalyst and psychiatrist Christophe Dejours, who, particularly after the recent wave of suicides at France Telecom--the figure stands between thirty and fifty--has become one of the major theorists of working practices and how they involve us both corporeally and psychologically.
Harmon, and it becomes increasingly clear that boundary crossing--whether corporeally as with Harmon or Dr.
Continuing to exude active friendliness and pleasure from this stance, therefore, can become corporeally dissonant.
The final interweaving of the literal phallus with the metaphorical vaginal opening of his hand suggests a Christ figure that remains corporeally damaged, even though he has been resurrected.
As Levinas indicates, the body acts as the Other to the self and to be a body means to be in a relation with the other, one will be inevitably influenced and restricted by the body not merely sensuously but also corporeally.
It is discursively mapped and corporeally practiced.
Pain, as before, brings this character to a recognizable, everyday perspective that emphasizes corporeally experienced reality.
As an alternative means of collaboration with one another and resistance to the dominant culture, mass hysteria and other body politics can be seen as the youth of South Africa calling for an emergency constitution--constituting the nation corporeally.