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transcendent

1. 
a. (in the philosophy of Kant) beyond or before experience; a priori
b. (of a concept) falling outside a given set of categories
c. beyond consciousness or direct apprehension
2. Theol (of God) having continuous existence outside the created world
3. free from the limitations inherent in matter
4. Philosophy a transcendent thing
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Previous research has revealed that the marriages of those who commit to transcendent moral authority are characterized by distinct marital roles, stricter behavioral requirements, and shared commitment, whereas those who commit to autonomous moral authority have marriages that are also characterized by autonomy (e.
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The author, professor emeritus of medieval history at the University of Utah, claims that Americans once acknowledged a firm, hierarchical order with a transcendent God and absolute meaning, but today have forsaken that worldview because liberal elites waged a successful war against religion in public life.
Cult" means the ritual activities that relate the follower to one aspect or other of the transcendent, either directly or indirectly, prayer being an example of the former and certain formal behavior toward representatives of the transcendent, such as priests, of the latter.
One gets one's values not from some transcendent source or its human interpreters but from culture.
The essence of "Platonism" is "the commitment to transcendent ideas as the ultimate authority for moral and political argument" (p.
The vision of Gabriel Marcel; epistemology, human person, the transcendent.
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The attempt to promote a vision of humanity apart from God's transcendent order and indifferent to Christ's beckoning light, removes from the reach of ordinary men and women the experience of genuine hope.
The texts for today defy such generalizations and demonstrate a long tradition of blurring the categories of the transcendent and immanent God.