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Inversement, tout microcosme contient en lui l'ordre du macrocosme et c'est a partir de la connaissance de cet ordre immanent que celui-ci peut s'harmoniser a tous les niveaux, y compris en fin de compte avec celui, transcendant, de la Creation.
L'acte ontologique du travail ne peut s'effectuer qu'en transcendant les bornes de l'environement animal vers la totalite du monde humain: le travail est l'acte ontologiqe constituant du monde.
Friedrich Gogarten, too, stood by a fully transcendant God and found the same convictions in Martin Luther.
The vision of the independent farmer was, in effect, of a transcendant domesticity, to be ideally situated beyond the material calls and claims of kin, patrician and chiefs.
But after the war, with the North victorious, this one transcendant debate splintered into several smaller liberation movements--women's rights, dress reform, atheism, temperance, and public hygiene.
These concepts must, amongst other things, deal with the structure and organization of social groups, the use and control of landscape resources and, perhaps, some form of symbolic or transcendant communication that is not modern human in nature.
The particular ways that "homeland" is evoked serve to construct an imagined collective Arab homeland, one that is inclusive to a broad Arab listenership, through focusing both on very particular memory-sites and points on the map of this collective "Arabdom," as well as on its more general and abstract manifestations which re-articulate a transcendant spirit of the nation.
The predominant sign of the success of such a de-sublimation process is the mute epiphany: the transcendant, presiding genius or Other not speaking in response to, the poet's appeal to it for renewed vision.
76) "Dans le transcendant de la pensee et de l'action immanentes [la philosophie] trouve un principe interne de jugement absolu" ("Lettre" 67; ET 183).
The religion that worries liberals is not Perry's but the more traditional conception that an audible Word of the personal, transcendant God attracts and binds.
Transcendant une mosaique culturelle, musicale, historique et electronique, l'exposition [beaucoup moins que] Des voix a la nouba [beaucoup plus grand que], qui se poursuivra jusqu'au mois de novembre prochain, est l'histoire des rencontres harmonieuses et des cheminements communs ou la musique est une passion partagee par les peuples a travers l'histoire.
En tant que partenaire strategique de l'Europe, le Maroc appelle a la mise en place d'un partenariat equilibre et equitable transcendant les interets conjoncturels etriques.