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Similarly, cognitive faculties taken transcendentally are not temporal-causal processes but purely conceptual determinations that describe the functional constraints for all finite cognizers.
When Siegfried spontaneously cries out 'Heil der Mutter' at the sight of the newly awakened Brunnhilde, he signifies his readiness to enter into a transcendentally loving union by recognizing that he is the offspring [of noble blood]" (pp.
Transcendentally sweet and dreamy splendour from master craftsman Conrad Lambert.
For their third album of transcendentally quirky country duets, veteran songwriter Taylor (``Wild Thing,'' ``Try,'' ``Angel of the Morning'') and classically trained fiddler Rodriguez invited guitar maven Bill Frisell to sit in.
This faith in some form of transcendentally redemptive time should not be surprising.
As a matter of fact, the cases I've given you are ones in which I think Jesus was suffering under the hardships of mortality, and rather transcendentally.
Some will find religious inspiration from it, others will be moved transcendentally, and cynics may wag their heads, but Taverner is well presented by this release.
From this perspective, if there is an architect, potter, or author transcendentally outside the process, He cannot experience what we do inside the system--the pain and abandonment.
Douzinas' understanding of transcendence turns out to be metaphysical after all: "world" is not itself understood transcendentally (or ontologically).
Kinney argues that in order to do so, it is necessary to stop thinking of literary texts as "harmonious, organic, and finally transcendentally singular in pattern, meaning, and effect" (30).
Because words have no transcendentally true meanings, but only meanings they acquire by convention or definition, it is not possible to deny the term justice to such notions.
It suggests that democracy requires a loss of individual agency, that it entails embrace of something transcendentally collective, something that does not return to individual possession or simple identity.