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Sarkic, from the Greek σάρξ, flesh (or hylic, from the Greek ύλη, stuff, or matter) in gnosticism describes the lowest level of human nature — the fleshly, instinctive level. This isn't the notion of body as opposed to thought; rather the sarkic level is said to be the lowest level of thought.
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