- 1A tangible or visible form of an idea, quality, or feeling: she seemed to be a living embodiment of vitalityMore example sentences
- Hegel's philosophy of history holds that the idea of right has developed within interactions among and within institutional embodiments of the idea.
- If the characters intermittently come across as embodiments of ideas and author mouthpieces, the performances go far towards humanizing them.
- The more peaceful embodiments of the World Hindu Council's ideas are in the practicalities of the preparations for the building of a new Hindu temple on the site of the destroyed Muslim mosque.
- 1.1 [mass noun] The representation or expression of something in a tangible or visible form: it was in Germany alone that his hope seemed capable of embodimentMore example sentences
- Categorization of the life-world is a manifest function of this active embodiment.
- It is the beginnings of an organisational and political embodiment of a mood previously visible only in opinion polls.
- As with intimacy, it may be best framed in terms of performativity and performance, embodiment and duration.