All that said, it's very hard not to like Transcendence
Ultimately, Held's and Britton's lucid explorations help readers connect transitive concern or what is required of us vis-a-vis the vulnerable other and piety as the realization and verification of the transcendence
in human life.
It's not the best piece of sci- fi coming out of Hollywood lately but Transcendence
works as a onetime watch.
is the pagan or aristocratic mode of representing the transcendent in the "higher" and the "noble"; horizontal transcendence
is the Christian and post-Christian form that places the transcendent beyond human reach while also pointing to future fulfillment.
I took on my first ultra-marathon in 2007, and following a good start to this year with no injuries and good recovery speeds, I decided to go for the Self Transcendence
24 Hour race just over two months before the race date.
The second turns to clinical practice and the importance of experience, transcendence
, and temporality.
In other words, the Chacoan road builders made a physical practice of transcendence
, a word that comes from the Latin transcendere, to climb, step, or go across or over.
In the three stages of Pareyson's philosophy we find the same dimension of thought, inherited from Kierkegaard, according to which existence is paradoxical coincidence of relation with oneself and relation with other, of temporality and eternity, of auto-relation and hetero-relation, of existence and transcendence
, of interpretation and truth, of choosing itself and being chosen, that is to say, of liberty as beginning and at the same time choice.
In the introduction Girgus begins by developing a temporal framework within which he rethinks the relationship of ethics to aesthetics, politics, and the feminine by employing Levinas's notion of a ruptured and disordered temporality that serves as the condition for the possibility of ethical transcendence
Introduction: Vertical and Horizontal Transcendence
in Rilke and Stevens
The real genius of Henry's critique lies in identifying the different levels of immanence and transcendence
operative for Husserl.
In the first chapter, 'Far and Beyond: Transcendence
in Two Cultures', Biderman attempts to examine what he calls the 'conceptual schemes' of eastern and western thought systems.