There is, at the end, no comeuppance, just a sense of the stealth poison of materiality—its psychic numbing.
materiality is a Taurus watchword and Johns incorporated various media into his work.
All the smells and the gooeyness of it all, and just the materiality of it is exciting.
The presence on the step above him was for the time dispelled by her own materiality.
In other words, materiality and reality are not inseparably associated.
As already suggested, without this false belief in materiality Christian Science would have been a useless discovery.
Keeping strictly to the material modern science has reached the confines of materiality.
To get to the principle of all life, as also of all materiality, we must go further still.
The discovery of Dr. Black, however, gave a preponderance to the scale in favour of its materiality.
Can there exist pure knowledge without feeling, without that species of materiality which feeling lends to it?
1520s, "that which is the matter of something," from Modern Latin materialitas, from materialis (see material (adj.)). From 1560s as "quality of being material;" 1640s as "quality of being important to matters at hand."