immateriality : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  complete irrelevance requiring no further consideration
  • n  the quality of not being physical; not consisting of matter

  • But as a preoccupation, immateriality can wear a little thin.
  • At the other, it is apparent in the prismatic bloom of Larry Bell's immaculate glass boxes, and in Robert Irwin's pale disks floating into immateriality above their own cast .
  • Because the concepts of heaven and hell and eternal life are based on the immateriality and indestructibility of the soul, the scientific demonstration of the material basis of .

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