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  1. the quality of being incorporeal; disembodied existence or entity; incorporeality.
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Origin of incorporeity

1595–1605; < Medieval Latin incorporeitās, equivalent to Latin incorpore(us) incorporeal + -itās -ity
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Historical Examples

  • This problem—the incorporeity of Matter, or a near approach to it—has been a favourite subject of speculation in all ages.

    The Philosophy of Natural Theology

    William Jackson

  • But this incorporeity is little more than a negative quality.

  • Whose capacity embraces spirituality, immateriality, incorporeity, or the mysteries of which he is every day informed?

    The System of Nature, Volume 2

    Paul Henri Thiery (Baron D'Holbach)

  • The arguments for the existence, unity, and incorporeity of God divide the Arabic philosophers into two schools.