incorporeal entity

See: intangible
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For Burnet, the soul had the capacity to think: it was an incorporeal entity separate from incorporeal God, and had a natural conscience of good and evil.
The very idea of life after death is not free of potential philosophical (as distinct from empirical) problems: Flew (1987), (Geach (1987), and Penelhum (1987) argue that transfer of memories or personality traits are not sufficient to identify some incorporeal entity with some once-living person.