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relating to the desires and appetites of the body

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marked by the appetites and passions of the body

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She is later unlawfully and carnally known by Chiron and Demetrius (2.
Their paths to reconciliation are closely paralleled, but Psyche has known Eros carnally, and Orual has not.
293 (West 2014) ("'Sodomy' means carnally knowing any person by the anus or by or with the mouth.
They grab what they want carnally, and they are sort of horribly pushy and ambitious.
If ethnography on healing cults in Africa has revealed anything, it is that there exist intricate relationships between witchcraft suspicions, oracles, spirit possessions, state formation and collective witch-hunts, reproducing within any one community the aforementioned contrast between carnally liberating and sexually disciplining experiences.
Flere we are not what Metz called a "self filtered into pure vision" (Metz 96) but rather "giddy, voluptuous, dizzy, and carnally dense" bodies, worked on or over perceptually by Peter's own "athletic, powerful, impossible, out-of- control, diaphanous, laboring, and nearly ethereal" body (Richmond 123).
the earthly is eaten with our mouths, and carnally feedeth our bodies; the heavenly is eaten with our inward man, and spiritually feedeth the same: the earthly feedeth us but for a time, the heavenly feedeth us for ever.
The Second London Confession of Particular Baptists notes that "worthy receivers, outwardly partaking of the visible Elements in this Ordinance, do then also inwardly by faith, really and indeed, yet not carnally, and corporally, but spiritually receive, and feed upon Christ crucified.
The Robots, manufactured by machine and lacking the ability to mate carnally, are dissociated from animal being in an obvious way.
Indeed, such a materially or carnally minded reading of texts and the world constitutes a near-sighted rejection of the one whose incarnate example and promise of the Holy Spirit transfigures the world into his own image.
One manual from the 1650s suggests that they used pepper in the "natural place" after they had "known a man carnally," in order to hinder conception.
and thus will proceed in the hope of knowing it carnally, this past, even, in a sense, of anticipating it (Didi-Huberman, 2005, 37).
The key to all of this is the greatest of the theological virtues: charity, the only virtue from a Christian viewpoint that is eternal as it will continue in Heaven, though not expressed carnally there.
Detective Constable Kate Carnally from Oldham CID said:"Thankfully no-one was injured during this incident at the petrol station, but staff and customers were understandably left terrified after a man brandishing a knife threatened a number of people there and damaged several cars.
But, Hegel's claim is that implicit in nature is Spirit, and what we see in the second cycle is that while brothers still kill each other, it is not nature but honour and duty that motivates them, and while sisters love their brothers and their love is reciprocated, neither gender desires the other carnally because they identify their organic unity exclusively with ethical obligations.