incorporeality

[ in-kawr-pawr-ee-uhl, -pohr- ]SEE DEFINITION OF incorporeality

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Thus from the existence of God follow his unity and incorporeality.

Other predicates of God are perception, will, unity, incorporeality and eternity.

A person is not an unbeliever for not being able to prove the incorporeality of God.

Incorporeality of soul proved by priority of actualization, iv.

Penetration of body by soul proves the latter's incorporeality, iv.

Next in importance to the proof of God's existence, unity and incorporeality, is the doctrine of attributes.

Maimonides proved with one stroke God's existence, unity and incorporeality.

But we shall first take up the attributes of incorporeality and eternity, which can be dismissed in a few words.

All these principles we must keep in mind, for we shall by means of them prove later the existence and incorporeality of God.

As to the incorporeality of God Aristotle can prove it adequately from the eternity of motion.

WORD ORIGIN

1530s, with -al (1) and Latin incorporeus "without body," from in- "not" (see in- (1)) + corpus (genitive corporis) "body" (see corporal).

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