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الإنجليزية - التركية
s. 1. deneyüstü, transandantal, deneyin/insan bilincinin sınırını aşan; doğaüstü. 2. mat. transandantal, aşkın
{s} aşkın (fonksiyon)
tecrübeden üstün olan
transcendental number esas cebir işlemleriyle temin edilemeyen sayı transcendentalismbeşer tecrübesi fevkindeki insan bilgisi esaslarını tesp
{s} transandantal
{s} metafizik
{s} soyut
transandantal meditasyon
transcendental number
asal sayı
transcendental function
askin islev
transcendental meditation
transandantal meditasyon
transcendental signified
(Sosyoloji, Toplumbilim) aşkın gösterilen [derrida]
aşkın olarak
الإنجليزية - الإنجليزية
Mystical or supernatural
Superior, surpassing all others
Concerned with the a priori or intuitive basis of knowledge, independent of experience
Of, or relating to a number that is not the root of any polynomial that has positive degree and rational coefficients
{a} surpassing, noting quantities which cannot be expressed or fixed to any equation, and are indeterminate
In the Kantian system, of or pertaining to that which can be determined a priori in regard to the fundamental principles of all human knowledge
What is transcendental, therefore, transcends empiricism; but is does not transcend all human knowledge, or become transcendent
A complex number one of whose parts is an imaginary number
Transcendental refers to things that lie beyond the practical experience of ordinary people, and cannot be discovered or understood by ordinary reasoning. the transcendental nature of God. transcendental experiences or ideas are beyond normal human understanding and experience. adj. transcendental argument transcendental function Transcendental Meditation transcendental number
of or characteristic of a system of philosophy emphasizing the intuitive and spiritual about the empirical and material
Vaguely and ambitiously extravagant in speculation, imagery, or diction
A transcendentalist
one of Kant's four main perspectives, aiming to establish a kind of knowledge which is both synthetic and a priori It is a special type of philosophical knowledge, concerned with the necessary conditions for the possibility of experience However, Kant believes all knowing subjects assume certain transcendental truths, whether or not they are aware of it Transcendental knowledge defines the boundary between empirical knowledge and speculation about the transcendent realm 'Every event has a cause' is a typical transcendental statement (Cf empirical )
Not algebraic
Relating to the grounds of possible experience E g Kant thought that most of our pure rational knowledge is synthetic or priori, or transcendental Thus Kant believed that geometry expresses the pure form of our intuitive faculty for experienceing things visually as in space: this faculty sets the rules for what can be a possible experience of vision
Supereminent; surpassing others; as, transcendental being or qualities
for Kant, 'transcendental' is contrasted with 'transcendent' Something transcendent goes beyond the limits of experience, while something transcendental relates to the conditions of the possibility of experience
It simply signifies the a priori or necessary conditions of experience which, though affording the conditions of experience, transcend the sphere of that contingent knowledge which is acquired by experience
{s} superior, supreme, supernatural
existing outside of or not in accordance with nature; "find transcendental motives for sublunary action"-Aldous Huxley
transcendental Ego
Alternative spelling of transcendental ego
transcendental critique
A criticism of a philosophy from a a religious (or transcendent) standpoint
transcendental ego
The conscious self which is the unifying subject of a person's experiences and which cannot itself be experienced as an object, understood by Immanuel Kant (1724-1804) as knowable only by inference, and understood by Edmund Husserl (1859-1938) as pure consciousness

The absolute goal of all phenomenological inquiry is pure consciousness as it manifests itself in the transcendental ego, the source of all intentional acts.

transcendental egos
plural form of transcendental ego
transcendental function
a function which does not satisfy a polynomial equation whose coefficients are themselves polynomials
transcendental functions
plural form of transcendental function
transcendental idealism
A school of philosophy first proposed by Immanuel Kant It deals with the ethic of reciprocity and can be juxtaposed with transcendental realism in that it views things in terms of how they appear to the actor rather than how they actually are
transcendental meditation
A form of mantra meditation introduced worldwide in 1957 by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi (1917-2008)
transcendental meditation
A trademark owned by Maharishi Vedic Education Development Corporation, a non-profit organization
transcendental number
any irrational number that is not an algebraic number
transcendental numbers
plural form of transcendental number
transcendental realism
A branch of philosophy which deals with the ethic of reciprocity and can be juxtaposed with transcendental idealism in that it views things in terms of how they actually are rather than how they appear to the actor
transcendental argument
In philosophy, a form of argument that is supposed to proceed from a fact to the necessary conditions of its possibility. A transcendental argument is simply a form of deduction, with the typical pattern: Only if p then q; q is true; therefore, p is true. As this form of argument appears in philosophy, the interest, and the difficulty, reside not in the movement from premises to conclusions, which is routine, but in the setting up of the major premises that is, in the kinds of things that are taken as starting points. For example, Immanuel Kant tried to prove the principle of causality by showing that it is a necessary condition of the possibility of making empirically verifiable statements in natural science
transcendental function
In mathematics, a function not expressible as a finite combination of the algebraic operations of addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, raising to a power, and extracting a root. Examples include the functions log x, sin x, cos x, e^x and any functions containing them. Such functions are expressible in algebraic terms only as infinite series. In general, the term transcendental means nonalgebraic. See also transcendental number
transcendental meditation
above-sensory meditation, method of physical relaxation and spiritual enlightenment
transcendental meditation
Transcendental meditation is a kind of meditation in which people mentally relax by silently repeating special words over and over again. The abbreviation TM is also used. A technique of meditation derived from Hindu traditions that promotes deep relaxation through the use of a mantra. a method of becoming calm by repeating particular words in your mind. Spiritual development technique developed and promoted by Maharishi Mahesh Yogi, a former Hindu ascetic. A movement that became popular in the West in the 1960s, it is based on specific meditation techniques and is not strictly connected with any religious tradition, though the perspective behind it has roots in Vedanta. Practice entails the mental repetition of a mantra in order to still the activity of thought and experience a deeper level of consciousness. Through this process, the practitioner finds deep relaxation, which can lead to inner joy, vitality, and creativity
transcendental number
Number that is not algebraic, in the sense that it is not the solution of an algebraic equation with rational-number coefficients. The numbers e and , as well as any algebraic number raised to the power of an irrational number, are transcendental numbers
transcendental number
an irrational number that is not algebraic
In a transcendental manner
in a transcendental way or to a transcendental extent
in a transcendental manner; supernaturally, abstractly



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    /ˌtransənˈdentəl/ /ˌtrænsənˈdɛntəl/


    ... is based on a type of transcendental meditation. ...

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