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corporal

(kôr′pər-əl, kôr′prəl)
adj.
Of or relating to the body.

cor′po·ral′i·ty (-pə-răl′ĭ-tē) n.
cor′po·ral·ly adv.

corporal

of the body
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10 -- Civil Society's structured manifestations: "Civil Society" is practically manifested in Sudan, and it seems evident in the structured form in four main types: 1- rational and objective, "modern form "; sample of this is trade-unions, 2- ethnic corporality such as tribes and clans, 3- spiritual metaphysical; as in the Sufis' groups, mosques, Churches, and mystics.
Both Le Clezio and Camus laud human corporality and remind the reader that our senses allow us to communicate with the outside world and perhaps even with the sacred itself.
Yet as she grows accustomed to the kind of instruction that Babamukuru has received, the narrative increasingly emphasizes the relationship between a modern Western--and admittedly Christian--education and the very banal corporality that education promises to erase.
When taken to the further extreme of what I will call his drive towards a posthumous poetics, this "idea of death" is made manifest in moments of strangely textual corporality or indeterminate animacy that allow the poet to bear witness to death within his own reality.
Contarini's essay also considers the contradictory discourse of corporality that characterizes the war-time writings of the Futurists, and of Marinetti in particular, in which the male body is transformed into a metallized, mechanical instrument, while the female body is re-consigned to the domain of nature, an animal form moved by lust and instinct.
A third is Norbert Elias, theoretician of an early modern "civilizing process" that slowly smothered carnival and all other medieval spontaneity, chaos, and easy corporality.
On the one hand, formal scarcity stems from God's creation: It is the human natural need to allocate time and resources due to human corporality and temporality.
They refer to the struggle both in feminist criticism and in the so-called "science wars" over the constitution and significance of materiality (particularity corporality for feminists) and the way of truth (especially for traditional scientists).
The Body in Parts: Fantasies of Corporality in Early Modern Europe.
the mere corporality but the vitality of men that books can be said to
These tenants, we ourselves, the poet himself, will do well to take into account the difference in level between the noble guest and their own fatally inopportune corporality, their at times boorish anxiety to conclude matters, their greediness for outcomes and results: "Ondas do mar de Vigo / Se vistes meu amigo?
The scale of the museum makes it difficult to see the actual reproductions, which is itself satisfying given what the previous works seems to be saying about the shaky corporality of the art object.