supermundane

supermundane

(ˌsuːpəˈmʌndeɪn)
adj
of or relating to what is elevated above earthly things
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For Meredith, as for Lin, the idea of the spirit or the spiritual is not otherworldly, but the guiding spiritual aspect of this world: "you become a citizen of the selecter world, the highest we know of in connection with our old world, which is not supermundane.
5) Cleanth Brooks and Robert Penn Warren refer to this detail as suggesting "a kind of calm and dignity which is supermundane, unearthly, or 'over-earthly'" (27).
Meanwhile, visitors to the city centre were also able to scour the city for pop-up artistic displays from international graphic designers Supermundane and Peter Crawley.
Using Google Maps and image software, artist Rajeev Basu recruited several artists and visionaries, including eBoy, Supermundane, and Saiman Chow, and encouraged them to brainstorm about drones in everyday life.
It is in fact the relationship of this mundane law to the supermundane dhamma expounded by the Buddha and enshrined in the Pitakat that constituted the principal jurisprudential problem faced by authors of and commentators on dhammasattha in seventeenth through nineteenth-century Burma.
These are not to be confused with Platonic Ideas or supermundane, perfect and unique essences that are exemplified in particular beings, things and concepts.
and] right view that is ariyan, cankerless, supermundane, a component of the Way.
basic truth, middle and sophisticated truth, both in everyday and supermundane states.
that change is a constant, and so would not envision the supermundane as
Point of view attains to great distance at times, even to supermundane heights ("An immense calm, a deep blue space, and whoever was looking down from there .
On the contrary, they believe that they are the cream of the earth, if not god-like emissaries from some supermundane Absoluteville, graciously condescending in their ineffable glibness to explain to lesser folk, engaged in their petty, earth-bound and "partisan" quarrels, how easily they might have solved all their problems if only they had had the good fortune to be born journalists.
What he finally arrived at was the supermundane Messianism of Torah, which had been the vital immortal spirit of Israel since our people first appeared on the pages of history.