Adjective(1) existing outside of or not in accordance with nature(2) of or characteristic of a system of philosophy emphasizing the intuitive and spiritual above the empirical and material
(1) I have just finished an extensive treatise on a certain class of transcendental functions to present it to the Institute which will be done next Monday.(2) It is true that people out of poverty long for something higher, transcendental and spiritual.(3) These transcendental depictions of spiritual evocation ring true.(4) I ended up with something like transcendental animistic chaos with stress on the importance if imminent divinity when I was done with it, which has worked well for me so far.(5) Liouville had introduced such numbers as examples of transcendental numbers - real numbers that are not roots of polynomial equations with integer coefficients.(6) Among those born since 1955 there has been a considerable increase in belief in a transcendental order - a personally concerned God, life after death, miracles, heaven.(7) More broadly it is a ├ö├ç├┐successful├ö├ç├û moment of categorical objectification of the original transcendental self-communication of the divine everywhere.(8) How should we assess Husserl's transcendental phenomenology?(9) The spiritual in man may soar in the highest transcendental realms, but man's body is essentially that of an animal.(10) Religious miracles like paranormal claims postulate a nonnatural transcendental realm that allegedly cannot be evaluated by evidence or reason.(11) Today's terrorists increasingly look at their acts of death and destruction as sacramental or transcendental on a spiritual or eschatological level.(12) Echoes of the subsequent post-Hegelian criticisms of Kantian transcendental philosophy are found in the early work of Horkheimer and Marcuse.(13) Hindus readily accept as reality transcendental realms of Gods and devas and higher modes of consciousness than that in which we commonly live.(14) It does not constitute either a sect or a school of thought, but is rather a spiritual or transcendental practice, which persists despite criticism from orthodox theologians.(15) On the other hand, transcendental empiricism has epistemological implications insofar as knowledge too must be formed in a process of individuation.(16) Through visual art, he tried to express a transcendental mysticism that he felt he could not fully communicate through music.
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