Thus, a third kind of motivation, described as transcendent
or contributory, has been distinguished.
This study examines Chinese avant-garde fiction as a literary genre and aesthetic form, particularly that of Su Tong, Yu Hua, and Ge Fei, as well as the fiction from transcendent
and philosophical perspectives, in terms of its epistemological values, and the Chineseness of Chinese avant-garde fiction, namely its interaction with Chinese literary conventions and motifs.
In (Gildersleeve, 2015a), I explained that the first stage of a Heideggerian elucidation of Jung's transcendent
function involves acquiring the meaning of the unconscious that is troubling the client.
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Critique: Compelling, candid, exceptionally well written, "Dreams Of My Mothers: A Story Of Love Transcendent
" is a powerful read that will linger in the mind and memory long after it is finished and set back upon the shelf.
Previous research has revealed that the marriages of those who commit to transcendent
moral authority are characterized by distinct marital roles, stricter behavioral requirements, and shared commitment, whereas those who commit to autonomous moral authority have marriages that are also characterized by autonomy (e.g., Jensen, 1998).
The author, professor emeritus of medieval history at the University of Utah, claims that Americans once acknowledged a firm, hierarchical order with a transcendent
God and absolute meaning, but today have forsaken that worldview because liberal elites waged a successful war against religion in public life.
A way of living--authentically expressing one's identity, passions, values, and creativity through relationships, activities, and/or practices that shape bonds with oneself, family, community, humanity, the world, and/or that which one believes to be transcendent
"Cult" means the ritual activities that relate the follower to one aspect or other of the transcendent
, either directly or indirectly, prayer being an example of the former and certain formal behavior toward representatives of the transcendent
, such as priests, of the latter.
Without faith in a heaven and some transcendent
source of value, one becomes merely a rabid consumer or an ideologue of the communist or jihadist sort.
way of living in almost no way resembles modern life, it is based upon many modern ideals of a sacrilized life in commune with the planet, community and a powerful transcendent
Alan Wallace, Transcendent
Wisdom is a commentary on the "Wisdom" chapter of the classic Buddhist text "A Guide to the Bodhisattva Way of Life", one of the most important sources for the Mahayana branch of Buddhism.
The essence of "Platonism" is "the commitment to transcendent
ideas as the ultimate authority for moral and political argument" (p.
The vision of Gabriel Marcel; epistemology, human person, the transcendent