material existence

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Now, I repeat, Beauchamp, I wish to return to human and material existence, and if you are still the friend you profess to be, help me to discover the hand that struck the blow.
But what will not be forgotten, and what will and should continue to obsess our imaginations, is this revelation of the possibilities of the universe, this destruction of our ignorant self-complacency, and this demonstration of how narrow is the path of our material existence and what abysses may lie upon either side of it.
Let us see," said Peter Hovenden, rising from his chair, with a sneer upon his face that always made people doubt, as he himself did, in everything but a material existence.
You must understand that I am not talking here of material existence.
There is no other way to try and preserve our professional, economic, athletic and material existence.
Through the photographs, he walks through the realms of death, material existence as well as reality The show is about pilgrims' endless search for their origin
For dialectics, any tangible material existence is a composite of the unity of the two opposites; or an "Absolute Identity of identity and non-identity"--a contradiction and a rationale for its change, motion, development, evolution and so on.
It is possible that some readers might baulk at my including a brief review of Richard Osborne's Vinyl: A History of the Analogue Record, but I would maintain that, like it or not, songs, including folk songs, have long enjoyed an existence as material objects, and that for at least a century that material existence was embodied in analogue records.
Our problems are always and everywhere spiritual as well as physical, and this means, especially for indigenous people, that the spirituality of the people of the land is and must always be a thing of spirit as well as a thing of material existence.
He "always seemed to be slightly somewhere else as if he lived a private life which did not coincide with material existence.
We consider our inner selves as substantial, indeed it is the essence of who we are, but as the writer and critic, Terry Eagleton puts it: 'The "I" denotes not a substance but a formal perspective upon reality, and there is no clear way of descending from this transcendental unity of apperception to one's humdrum material existence in the world.
The call from God is for humanity to choose a stronger living conviction of faith, to receive the deeper knowing of His presence in our lives as we live our material existence through these times of tribulation.