transtemporal

transtemporal

(trăns-tĕm′pō-răl) [″ + temporalis, pert. to a temple]
Crossing the temporal lobe of the cerebrum.
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In Kahn's words, "[t]he popular sovereign is understood as a collective, transtemporal subject in which all participate.
Tambien estan descritos abordajes laterales como el trans-laberintico transcoclear, presigmoideo, subtemporal, transpetrosal, preauricular Infratemporal y el postauricular transtemporal.
In the same way that the Christ is both pre-eternal and transtemporal, but at one point historically part of this world, the Qur'an is a metaphysical document of the same nature.
De hecho, el mismo Droguett nos informa que el titulo 100 gotas de sangre y 200 de sudor le fue prestado por Valdivia (3) en una transaccion solidaria y transtemporal que, a juicio de Francisco Lomeli, resulta sorprendente pues es "como si este [Valdivia] fuera creador literario y no conquistador, observandose una intima fusion entre literatura e historia" (107-108).
And because infinity is endless, the Eucharist is necessarily transtemporal and transhistorical, a link between the medieval past and our present.
Some of the more important challenges addressed include McTaggart's argument against the reality of time, the alleged need for times other than the present, and the concern that presentism cannot adequately represent transtemporal relations like reference and causation.
called to a transtemporal destiny, and indeed as summoned to nothing
This transtemporal transgendering encourages one to question the artist's own negotiation of gender, sexuality, and race, and the ways in which those issues might inflect a reading of the metaphorical potential of his reduced palette of black, white, and red (colors invoking the sterner veins of Minimalism and Conceptualism while retaining their concurrent Black Power, Gay Rights, and antiauthoritarian significations).
Lo que resulta verdaderamente asombroso es como la articulacion magistral de la propia idiosincrasia proyecta una universalidad no solo transcultural, que hace recordar El Idiota de Dostoyevsky, sino tambien transtemporal, en cuanto se asemeja a "La ciudad de Cain", analizada por Agustin en el De Civitate Dei XV 1-8.
En resumen: la necesidad vital de un centro, generador de horizontes y perspectivas(el domicilio); la necesidad humana de pertenencia a una organizacion transtemporal que asegure sus intereses en el mundo; la necesidad, en fin, de antecederse a si y fundar su ser en un principio, que es al mismo tiempo un valor ligado al dominio de la tierra, todas estas son necesidades dificilmente extirpables en el alma humana.
Our semantic field is a transtemporal agent, constantly seeding (or co-seeding with others) the events which concern us directly or with which we are in a strong, meaningful interaction.
Philosophically, moral realism sustained vigorous assault from both existentialist and analytic philosophers who denied the existence of transtemporal and transcultural moral goods.