As these names show, the principle of life was often represented under the figure of a breath of air.
Vesalius, Descartes, Harvey, Erasmus, Darwin, etc.) "Magnetic" spirits were employed by Mesmer in his theory in very much the same way as modern Spiritists invoke the "ether" of the physicists.
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Thus, when we find the angels described as asomatoi or auloi , in the writings of the Fathers, this properly means only that the angels do not possess a gross, fleshly body; it does not at all imply a nature absolutely immaterial.
Such Scripture expressions as "bread of angels ", "they shall shine as the angels ", as well as the apparitions of these heavenly beings, were adduced as proofs of their corporeality. Ambrose, Chrysostom, Jerome, Hilary, Origen and many other Fathers.
The breath is the most obvious symptom of life, its cessation the invariable mark of death; invisible and impalpable, it stands for the unseen mysterious force behind the vital processes.
Even in Scholastic times, the degree of immateriality that belongs to finite spirits was disputed. Thomas teaches the complete simplicity of all spiritual natures, but the Scotists, by means of their famous materia primo prima , introduced a real composition, which they conceived to be necessary to a created nature.
As regards the functions of spirits in the world, and their active relations to the visible order of things, see GUARDIAN ANGELS and DEMONOLOGY.
Matter has generally been conceived as in one sense or another the limitation of spirit.
Hence, finite spirits were thought to require a body as a principle of individuation and limitation; only God, the Infinite Spirit, was free from all admixture of matter.