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cor·po·re·al

(kōr-pō'rē-ăl), Distinguish this word from corporal. Avoid the mispronunciation corpore'al.
Pertaining to the body, or to a corpus.

cor·po·re·al

(kōr-pōr'ē-ăl)
Pertaining to the body, or to a corpus.
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What is important to note is that Carter, Butler and corporeal feminist scholars reveal the process of the formation of gendered corporeality.
Anyway, in my view, this way of thinking illustrates very well how a (broader) Merleau-Pontian framework has turned corporeality into a major educational issue.
Maria Elena Capitani (University of Parma) explored differing approaches to corporeality in Kane's Cleansed and Crimp's The Country.
The body and brain in their neurobiological dimension are, therefore, the premise of any learning process and, in particular, thought, emotion and memory are linked to the motor behavior of the individual, the primary language of corporeality.
The framing of humans as a geological force in the Anthropocene creates a geologic corporeality for humans as a collective surge on an inhuman scale: the social formation of what Michel Serres has called "the dense tectonic plates of humanity" (1995, page 16) capable of shifting geologic planetary processes.
However, there is a limit to this process: beyond this limit, we find neither an essence that cannot be further unveiled, nor the natura lapsa, the "mere corporeality," but rather "only the veil itself, appearance itself, which is no longer the appearance of anything" ("Nudity" 85).
Yet alternate models of corporeality vied with Robinson's embodied theology, including potentially deceptive practices of self-fashioning, medical philosophies that environmental factors could transform bodies (especially their gender), and New England Natives' understandings and uses of their bodies.
As third-century BC philosopher Cleanthes argued, corporeality represents the keystone of universal interaction (sympatheia) both inside individual bodies, where soul and flesh touch on one another by virtue of their shared materiality, and among separate somatic entities (272).
Act III investigates the effects of new media spaces and digital corporeality expanding on notions such as becoming and presence, both actual and virtual.
Hab 3:3) when God is present, but these physical manifestations do not necessarily imply a corporeality in God.
Germany-based Dornbracht, a top manufacturer of fittings and accessories for bathrooms and kitchens, has unveiled a new spa concept, which focuses on corporeality and the experience of water.