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The memory of man's transcendentality elevated through grace, seeks hoping and anticipating in history the event when the free decision is made and becomes tangible in a redeeming outcome for the whole history, and this precisely starting simultaneously from God's freedom and from the freedom of mankind and considering the enitre history of mankind.
This basic understanding of human being as spirit-in-the-world may be termed a categorically-mediated transcendentality.
Meanings are connected to some universally understood truths, such as "eidos, arche, telos, energeia, ousia, aletheia, transcendentality, consciousness, or conscience, God, man"--all essentialist concepts.
God as the goal of humanity's spiritual transcendentality in knowledge and freedom is for Rahner the God of Christianity whether or not one explicitly affirms this in faith.
In Stevens "the transcendentality of being is apprehended as given in and with and under the immanent" (38), and this formulation is repeated in connection with several of the poets Scott takes up.
The "opening" however, subverted Husserl's scientific effort according to Derrida, for "the transcendentality of the opening is simultaneously the origin and the undoing, the condition of possibility and a certain impossibility of every structure and of any systematic structuralism" (163).
8) Quasi transcendentality is what you go in for if you heed both of these warnings - if you respect philosophy enough to realize that it is inescapable, but not enough to take the idea of conditions of possibility as seriously as Kant did.
If metaphysics does function such that an unquestioned subject-object relation, a privileging of representation, and an implicit transcendentality perpetuate the oblivion of difference, where is this oblivion traced if not in metaphysics itself?
Here he lists the "names related to fundamentals, to principles or to the center as invariable presence" as "eidos, arche, telos, energeia, ousia (essence, existence, substance, subject), aletheia, transcendentality, consciousness, God, man, and so forth.
29) At a linguistic level Balthasar enriches this relationship by what Peter Casarella depicts as "a metaphysics of expressive transcendentality.
To be precise, the five chapters on Rasa, according to Sridhara, reflect the transcendentality of the whole affair (nivrttipara) and the highest bliss consists in embracing the Reality (Acyuta) in meditation (dhyana) rather than in sense-perception.