transnatural

transnatural

(trænzˈnætʃərəl)
adj
beyond nature, spiritual
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Genuine Jewishness is living Jewishly, that is, testifying against idolizing nature and paganism; it is to proclaim "God is the God of pathos who suffers when we suffer," a transnatural Creator whose operative commandment is to mend the world (tikkun 'olam) and the faith of the post-Auschwitz Jew (tikkun 'am).
Como si la serie de novedades cualitativas que res de todas las anteriores formas de la vida animal, desde la hasta los hominidos no humanos --proyectividad, historistoricidad, apertura a la trascendencia, intimidad, libertad, condicion de animal de realidades, concepcion del hombre como animal de realidades, concepcion del hombre como imagen y semejanza de Dios, etc.--, exigiesen la aparicion de un modo nuevo de la causalidad cosmica y de un principio constitutivo, a la vez transnatural y transcosmico, para que la animalidad generica se convirtiese en animalidad humana y personal.
Such conflation of a transnatural sensibility, deriving in part from readings outside Persian verse and juxtaposed with distinct cultural allusions to geography and religion, begins to inform this poet's modernist moves.
Miller also points out that political readings risk excluding the "'metaphysical' dimension of Conrad's work," such as the "transnatural antagonist" evoked in Heart of Darkness (6).
Thomas Lloyd's dense essay, "The Gothic Coleridge: Mythos and the Real," explores Coleridge's attraction to medieval, Gothic elements through his references to "transnatural" beings, "daemons" who are both internal and external, "figures perceived either as exogenously subsistent or as indwelling aspects of the personal psyche" (169).
To cite Maritain: "The immense adventure of evolution, which is now finished, presupposed at one and the same time the super-elevating and super-forming movement of God, and in the living being the corresponding awakening of the transnatural aspirations of matter." (81)
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