superpersonal

superpersonal

(ˈsuːpəˌpɜːsənəl)
adj
characteristic of a superperson
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So you need people who are both willing to be honest and also don't feel bad when you start asking them questions about superpersonal things, about sexual assault, about child-rearing, about their feelings about being pregnant, miscarriages ...
However, the apparent break from the past advocated by modernism co-existed with the search for past principles, "combining the praise of the 'tabula rasa' with the commendation of legitimate tradition, which expressed 'the superpersonal experience of consecutive generations'" (Brites, 2009, p.
(5.) Greif defines antihumanism as "a principled removal of the level of explanation of phenomena from single rational human actors and their explicit self-understandings to sub- and superpersonal aggregations" (2015, 285--86).
This condition (the spiritual condition) is characterized by loss: the loss of metaphysical certainties, of an experience of the transcendental, of any superpersonal moral authority, and of any kind of higher horizon.
Steve Reich wrote that musical processes can make it possible for a person to directly contact the superpersonal. And the spiritual aspects of music based on mathematical principles have also been observed by others.
"This upgrade responds to the needs and wants of our members, who love the superpersonal service they get with Xceed in other environments, and wanted us to bring that same efficiency, innovation and convenience to their Xceed Online experience."
It reaches its high point of evolution in the historical Christ, the Superpersonal Omega.
Contrary to the Judeo-Christian concept of God, Einstein's pantheistic deity is present in the cosmos in a "superpersonal" manner.
You're always unloading gout superpersonal probs on gout bud Brianna, but she never tells you anything that bothers her.
This condition is characterized by loss: the loss of metaphysical certainties, of an experience of the transcendental, of any superpersonal moral authority, and of any kind of higher horizon ...
Superpersonal Unity and Fullness" (Decline of the West, I, Table I, following p.