hyperphysical

Related to hyperphysical: hypothetical

hyperphysical

(ˌhaɪpəˈfɪzɪkəl)
adj
beyond the physical; supernatural or immaterial
ˌhyperˈphysically adv
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While McGregor's signature hyperphysical vocabulary seems a natural fit for the tortured denizens of Inferno (featured in trie first act which debuted this summer in Los Angeles), and perhaps even the penitent pilgrims of Purgatorio, can he achieve the transcendent vision of Paradiso?
Crow's word for it, taken from contemporary theologian David Bentley Hart, is not metaphysical but hyperphysical. It is what the most famous of all the Jansenists, Blaise Pascal, meant when he spoke of the way that salvation lies precisely in knowing one's fallenness, by which he meant that, divorced from an infinite and unknowable divinity, we are utterly embedded among the things of this world.
Henrich also points out the following remark by Schopenhauer: "It seems more and more that practical reason and its categorical imperative is a hyperphysical fact for the Kantian school.
The employment of reason in this rational study of nature is either physical or hyperphysical, or, in more adequate terms, is either immanent or transcendent.
"But they thrilled HQ in a record hammering of Australia - the visitors only defeat in five European Tests - and delivered a hard-nosed win over hyperphysical Samoa.
After first sketching out Blunden's and Sassoon's own understanding of Wordsworth, this essay explores the topographies of landscape and self from the metaphysical level of Wordsworth to the hyperphysical levels of the war poets, a term that registers the jarring and material collision between poet and the external world.
Recent events have however, caused me to consider an alternative to the hyperphysical path.
11): The Lion King choreographer presents his hyperphysical works.
Whether he's immersed in MADBOOTS DANCE's aggressive, hyperphysical vocabulary or Gallim's syrupy, humanistic rituals, he tackle; movement with a ferocious attack and an inexplicable elasticity.
Operative in this paradoxical conceit is a Duchampian maneuver for the twenty-first century: Prieto and Schlesinger produce (useless) things through hyperphysical gestures.
For Reinhold, attempts to justify religious belief produce a dialectical conflict between metaphysical appeals to speculative reason and hyperphysical appeals to "blind faith," which Kant resolves by reconciling both opposed claims.