(The substantiality of the unsubstantial body, is as false as the corporeality of an incorporeal spirit).
Like the other Jewish philosophers he defends its substantiality.
It is in the light of this distinction that Kant discusses the substantiality of the subject.
It would be more exact to call it the conception of substantiality.
But this destroys the substantiality of the Idea, and indeed, destroys Plato's whole system.
By denying the substantiality of the ego it also confirmed the necessitarianism of Spinoza.
The more important consideration is now, therefore, the substantiality of the window once made.
All these difficulties, however, tell against the substantiality of ghosts; and in favor of this second theory of haunted houses.
At length Spinoza abandoned the false notion, and took away its substantiality from each of the two opposed principles.
Alice felt herself light, clear and vacuous, absorbed in the substantiality of this picture.
mid-14c., "ample, sizeable," from Old French substantiel (13c.), from Latin substantialis "having substance or reality, material," from substantia (see substance). Meaning "existing, having real existence" is from late 14c.