(The substantiality of the unsubstantial body, is as false as the corporeality of an incorporeal spirit).
God I characterized as individual entity, but his corporeality I denied.
On the way he was accompanied by a hovering shadow, the corporeality of which he never for a moment doubted.
God I characterized as individual entity, but His corporeality I denied.
Surely I am not this body, and my egoism lies beyond my corporeality.
The latter becomes rigid and assumes a covering, thickness and corporeality so that it can be perceived by sight.
This form of corporeality makes the prime matter corporeal substance.
Four things must be removed from God: corporeality, affection, potentiality, resemblance to his creatures.
The indivisibility of mind from corporeality follows directly from this definition of the mental side of nature.
He (Spier) insists too much that corporeality is an illusion, and does not answer the question: why variation of sensations?
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.