corporealist

corporealist

(kɔːˈpɔːrɪəlɪst)
n
obsolete a materialist
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He then considers how this commitment fits in with (or at least fails to undermine) the Stoics' corporealist ontology.
The two main subjects in this array are close-ups of bedclothes and mattress quilting, along with video grabs of flooding from tsunami incidents taken from YouTube; one is subject as site, the other subject as incident, and both are rendered in a flickering reductive process (she erases back from a full charge of graphite or oil paint on paper) that creates a tenebrous surface tension, somewhat reminiscent of Lucien Freud's corporealist touch.
What precisely is the strategy used by the narrator to bridge this gap between a corporealist notion of imagination, wherein its usefulness is limited by the capacity of our senses, and an inventive, experimentalist notion of imagination whose product defies description?
Given the precise ideas that Descartes posited, Cropsey goes on to argue that his projection of clear and distinct ideas is only consistent with a corporealist monism, like that of Hobbes, Smith and Spinoza, and not the customary dualism that is attributed to him.