- The state or characteristic of being incorporeal.
1870, Lysander Spooner, No Treason, Number 6, page 15:
- The tax payer does not know, and has no means of knowing, who the particular individuals are who compose "the government." To him "the government" is a myth, an abstraction, an incorporeality, with which he can make no contract, and to which he can give no consent, and make no pledge.
- 2003, James Porter Moreland and William Lane Craig, Philosophical Foundations for a Christian Worldview, →ISBN, p. 507:
- God's immateriality entails the divine attribute of incorporeality, that God is neither a body nor embodied.