To great effect, Cunningham plays with the correspondence between the corporeal and the emotional.
Many of the scenes deal with the grim obsessions of old age: sexual futility, corporeal decrepitude, and death.
Even if we take no formal steps, spiritual or corporeal, some rule of life we must achieve for ourselves.
If so God is similar to man, corporeal like him, and swayed by passions.
Their bodies decayed, so it was only reasonable to suppose that they cast about them for other corporeal media.
The other kind is corporeal, and requires spiritual interpretation.
Have we knowledge of any other existences--elemental existences--than corporeal atoms?
Besides, if he were corporeal, he could not create bodies any more than we can.
Whether it be personal or political, mental or corporeal, intellectual or spiritual, I am for its immediate abolition.
In fact, matter itself is intelligible or spiritual, not corporeal.
early 15c., with adjectival suffix -al (1) + Latin corporeus "of the nature of a body," from corpus "body" (living or dead), from PIE *kwrpes, from root *kwrep- "body, form, appearance," probably from a verbal root meaning "to appear" (cf. Sanskrit krp- "form, body," Avestan kerefsh "form, body," Old English hrif "belly," Old High German href "womb, belly, abdomen").
corporeal cor·po·re·al (kôr-pôr'ē-əl)
Of, relating to, or characteristic of the body.