supersensible


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su·per·sen·si·ble

 (so͞o′pər-sĕn′sə-bəl)
adj.
Beyond or above perception by the senses.

su′per·sen′si·bly adv.
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supersensible

(ˌsuːpəˈsɛnsɪbəl) or

supersensory

adj
imperceptible to or beyond reach of the senses
ˌsuperˈsensibly adv
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su•per•sen•si•ble

(ˌsu pərˈsɛn sə bəl)

adj.
being above or beyond perception by the senses.
[1790–1800]
su`per•sen′si•bly, adv.
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supersensible

adjective
Of, coming from, or relating to forces or beings that exist outside the natural world:
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This supersensible impression of coherence is precisely
Yet Kant makes a false step, McDowell argues, in proposing the thinkable but unknowable existence of the supersensible beyond the reach of concepts.
Pope's updated invocation, however, contrasts this gesture of withdrawal with the stylish clothing he wears and his book's "fashionable format" (80)--summoning a "supersensible rendered tangible" where a story of "self-authorization" still betrays its "plural and collaborative origins" (83).
It is important to note that the delight in our supersensible faculties can be promoted both by the magnitude and power of the object which Kant describes separately under such headings as the "mathematical sublime" and the "dynamical sublime" (Hoffmann 2011, 6).
She was a supersensible Mabel, known to all as May.
We can know by our natural faculties much that belongs to the supernatural, for the supernatural is to some extent intelligible, while we cannot know by our natural powers all that belongs to the natural order, no small part of which is not only supersensible, but superintelligible.
Schindler, explains that in "the concrete, brimming Gestalt, a visible manifestation of nonappearing depths [is found], in which the particular and the universal, the sensible and the supersensible, the outward and the inward, the historical and the transcendent are all bound together at once." (44) The form itself is a whole, and is one that is always already transcending itself and standing in relation to other wholes and the whole of reality as such.
According to Blust, mana originally referred to the physical forces of nature such as storm winds and thunder but then, especially in the islands of the South Pacific, it became detached from these dynamic forces of nature and began to represent a supernatural or supersensible idea (38).