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They claim Wahl's concern with existence underlies his concern with transcendence as well as his interest in Hegel, Kierkegaard, Heidegger, and Jaspers.
Exploring the recent convergence between religion and aesthetics, scholars of philosophy, religion, and history discuss approaching the sphere of sense perception; visual and and its basic conditions; music and transcendence; transcendence and presence in church architecture; and theological considerations: imago dei, grace, and resurrection.
Transcendence touches upon many aspects of modern life, particularly health, that will shift when humans and machines integrate with one another.
The author holds that transcendence and self-transcendence are the axis around which Heschel's entire work revolves.
Redeeming Transcendence from negative feedback and posts, there are viewers who think differently of the film.
The internet is something of a villain in Transcendence.
Transcendence is the story of a man, Dr Will Caster (Depp), who has been masterminding the move to develop a kind of artificial intelligence that will be far more capable than the human brain.
TRANSCENDENCE (12A) SINCE returning to dry land, what has Pirates of the Caribbean star Johnny Depp done to deserve his latest critical mauling?
In Transcendence Johnny Depp plays a researcher whose experiment with artificial intelligence slowly takes a toll on his personality and mindset.
Transcendence is the directorial debut of Oscar-winning cinematographer Wally Pfister.
The upcoming movie Transcendence treads in a territory where it shows the evil side of the technology.
In essence, he argues that modernity is characterized by both a failure to take a balanced stance toward transcendence and a parallel misconception of the relationship between theory and practice.