For, in the words of Landor, "absence is the invisible and incorporeal mother of ideal beauty."
This is followed by arguments showing that God is one and incorporeal.
(The substantiality of the unsubstantial body, is as false as the corporeality of an incorporeal spirit).
Not their bodies, but the spiritual or incorporeal part of them.
Consequently if, for bodies, an affection ever implies a change, we may say that all incorporeal (beings) are impassible.
But what agreement can anything corporeal have with what is incorporeal?
These various abodes to which the incorporeal man took flight were not always his everlasting home.
But you don't have any idea what incorporeal hereditaments are.
He possessed in the highest degree the power of giving life and form to the vast, the incorporeal, and the ideal.
As the Gods are incorporeal, the World ought to be incorporeal too.