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From Memetics

Of a material nature: tangible.

Definition of corporeal 1 : having, consisting of, or relating to a physical material body: such as a : not spiritual … some few traces of a diviner nature which look out through his corporeal baseness … — Robert Browning b : not immaterial or intangible : SUBSTANTIAL corporeal property 2 archaic : CORPORAL

In various religions, including Christianity, corporeal existence is often called the opposite of spiritual existence, and corporeal existence, unlike spiritual existence, is often said to be contaminated with evil. The word is also often used by philosophers, especially when considering the nature of reality. For lawyers, corporeal describes physical property such as houses or cars, as opposed to something valuable but nonphysical like a good reputation.[1]

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