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These various abodes to which the incorporeal man took flight were not always his everlasting home.
In this case, the qualities must be incorporeal and active; for, according to the Stoics, matter is a passive subject.
The benefit itself is incorporeal, and never becomes invalid; but its subject-matter changes owners, and passes from hand to hand.
As God is incorporeal he is not subject to corporeal accidents or human feelings.
But there is also an incorporeal cause, likewise a ship, viz., the ship in the mind of the shipbuilder.
Not being subject to motion, it is indivisible, incorporeal and not subject to time, as above.
If it is something outside, it is either again a body like the sphere, or an incorporeal thing, a "Separate Intelligence."
What we mean then is that the objects which we perceive with our senses God also perceives, though in an incorporeal manner.
There is no doubt that the contrast between a pure, incorporeal soul and a body has been almost set aside.
If they will admit any incorporeal reality at all, however small, our case is made out.

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