extramundane


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ex·tra·mun·dane

 (ĕk′strə-mŭn-dān′, -mŭn′dān′)
adj.
Occurring or existing outside of the physical world or universe.

extramundane

(ˌɛkstrəˈmʌndeɪn)
adj
not of the physical world or universe

ex•tra•mun•dane

(ˌɛk strə mʌnˈdeɪn, -ˈmʌn deɪn)

adj.
of or pertaining to regions beyond the material world.
[1655–65; < Late Latin extrāmundānus. See extra-, mundane]
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extramundane

adjective
Of, coming from, or relating to forces or beings that exist outside the natural world:
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The comparison is flattering to the ruler, who is invited to see himself in the mold of the revolving spheres, extramundane, overseeing God's creation, and coterminous with time itself (whether eternal or not).
Moreover, only these lines are written in bold letters in the translation to emphasize their reference to an extramundane origin:
Inspired by Jacob Klein, Patocka's view of Plato is centered on the notion of chorismos by way of supporting a non-objectifying view of extramundane ideality.
It was into this extramundane Council quagmire of Orientalist representations, colonial ambivalence and government-civil society conflict that Whampoa, probably the wealthiest merchant and the most Anglicised Chinese in Singapore in his time, entered as the first Chinese unofficial.