Definition of Corporealness

1. n. Corporeality; corporeity.



Definition of Corporealness

1. Noun. The state or quality of being corporeal. ¹

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Definition of Corporealness

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Corporealness

corporatized
corporatizes
corporatizing
corporatocracies
corporatocracy
corporator
corporators
corporeal
corporealism
corporealisms
corporealist
corporealists
corporealities
corporeality
corporeally
corporealness (current term)
corporealnesses
corporeities
corporeity
corporified
corporifies
corporify
corporifying
corporin
corporisation
corporisations
corporization
corporizations
corposant
corposants

Literary usage of Corporealness

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1. The History of Christianity by Étienne Ursin Bouzique (1875)
"Platonism rejected the corporealness of the soul ; but it was admitted by other ... Tertullian is still more explicit, he discovers the corporealness of the ..."

2. Biblical Theology of the New Testament by Bernhard Weiss, David Eaton, James E. Duguid (1882)
"... the divine principle of life has entered into the flesh; his corporealness accordingly constitutes his specific characteristic in distinction from the ..."

3. The World as Will and Idea by Arthur Schopenhauer (1886)
"... again obtains the upper hand, a proportional degree of discomfort or unrest also enters; of discomfort, because our corporealness (the organism which in ..."

4. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1865)
"... the apprehending the apprehended self is the clothing it with various predicates (then, indeed, first understood), among them locality (corporealness or ..."

5. Biblical Commentary on the Proverbs of Solomon by Franz Delitzsch (1884)
"... but never with reference to the blood as an essentially constituent part of corporealness, but always with reference to violent putting to death, ..."

6. Essays in Experimental Logic by John Dewey (1916)
"... of treating the "muscular and other bodily sensations" as meaning something other than data of motion and corporealness—however these be denned. ..."

7. Exploratio Philosophica by John Grote (1900)
"... the apprehending the apprehended self is the clothing it with various predicates (then, indeed, first understood), among them locality (corporealness or ..."

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