Translation of transcendental in Spanish:


trascendental, adj.

Pronunciation /ˌtrænˌsɛnˈdɛn(t)l/ /ˌtransɛnˈdɛnt(ə)l/ /ˌtrɑːnsɛnˈdɛnt(ə)l/

Definition of trascendental in Spanish


  • 1

    (experience/vision) sobrenatural
    • Echoes of the subsequent post-Hegelian criticisms of Kantian transcendental philosophy are found in the early work of Horkheimer and Marcuse.
    • Husserl sees his own transcendental phenomenology as the true heir to Kant's transcendental philosophy.
    • Eze evidently thinks it very important to emphasize that Kant appealed to his transcendental philosophy and his theory of the a priori to formulate his racial theory.
    • Kant conveyed this point in the idea that consciousness entails a transcendental a priori not capturable by experience or observation.
    • Kant's solution of the problem of God, which regards the concept of God simply as a transcendental postulate of practical reason or a regulative idea, is unacceptable.
    • The spiritual in man may soar in the highest transcendental realms, but man's body is essentially that of an animal.
    • Hindus readily accept as reality transcendental realms of Gods and devas and higher modes of consciousness than that in which we commonly live.
    • Isaac's prayer is symbolic of the transcendental spiritual beauty of Judaism.
    • It does not constitute either a sect or a school of thought, but is rather a spiritual or transcendental practice, which persists despite criticism from orthodox theologians.
    • What's cool about this idea is that it implies a transcendental, eternal spiritual life.
    • I ended up with something like transcendental animistic chaos with stress on the importance if imminent divinity when I was done with it, which has worked well for me so far.
    • Today's terrorists increasingly look at their acts of death and destruction as sacramental or transcendental on a spiritual or eschatological level.
    • Some people regard the religious as more spiritual and transcendental persons.
    • These transcendental depictions of spiritual evocation ring true.
    • It is true that people out of poverty long for something higher, transcendental and spiritual.
    • More broadly it is a ‘successful’ moment of categorical objectification of the original transcendental self-communication of the divine everywhere.
    • Religious miracles like paranormal claims postulate a nonnatural transcendental realm that allegedly cannot be evaluated by evidence or reason.
    • Or that communion with God is but a transcendental, emotional state of self-negation and acceptance?
    • Among those born since 1955 there has been a considerable increase in belief in a transcendental order - a personally concerned God, life after death, miracles, heaven.
    • Through visual art, he tried to express a transcendental mysticism that he felt he could not fully communicate through music.
    • God for them was the transcendental other that they found in the Bible.
    • Kant's assertion that transcendental idealism entails empirical realism is difficult to interpret.
    • On the other hand, transcendental empiricism has epistemological implications insofar as knowledge too must be formed in a process of individuation.
    • How should we assess Husserl's transcendental phenomenology?
    • There are theists in all of these categories (don't know about transcendental idealism or logical positivists), so they all allow for divine intervention of a kind.
    • The basis of the aesthetic-ethical movement was Kant's transcendental idealism.
  • 2

    (number/function) trascendente
    • Liouville had introduced such numbers as examples of transcendental numbers - real numbers that are not roots of polynomial equations with integer coefficients.
    • Mathematicians had regarded algebraic numbers as, in some sense, simpler than transcendental numbers.
    • The very names negative numbers, irrational numbers, transcendental numbers, imaginary numbers, and ideal points at infinity indicate ambivalence.
    • Or should they legitimately be applied only to continuous curves susceptible of being expressed by algebraic or transcendental equations?
    • In 1851 he published results on transcendental numbers removing the dependence on continued fractions.
    • Of the irrational, transcendental numbers, pi seems to get all the attention.
    • If fifth-degree polynomials are so hard, what can one do with transcendental functions of a complex variable?
    • It was decided to concentrate on a three-volume work on the Higher transcendental functions, to be followed by two volumes of tables of integrals.
    • I have just finished an extensive treatise on a certain class of transcendental functions to present it to the Institute which will be done next Monday.
    • Only the arc lengths of transcendental curves such as the cycloid and the logarithmic spiral had been calculated before this.