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corporification

(ˌkɔːpərɪfɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
obsolete an act or the quality of embodying
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According to Schoeller, the important lesson or "image primordiale" of music passed on to musicians of the twentieth century is that music must be regarded as "une claire corporification sensible des fonctions energetiques dont use l'esprit humain, telle une chimie de la pensee par une double presence: presence au vivant traverse par le flux du temps permanent, presence a l'inoui d'un Imaginaire ou culture, tradition et qualite virginale du sensible coexistent" (94).
At this point we all already have a visual representation of how a refugee is: "anonymous corporifications" (44), desperate, degraded, disfigured by the violence of history.