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The meaning of the term 'transcendence', 'transcendent'

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A. Transcendence is God.
b. There is no transcendence.
c. Transcendence is omniscient.
d. Tanscendence is the opposite of immanence.
What does 'transcendence' mean in these sentences?

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The word 'trancendence' is derived from Latin. 'Transceo', 'transcendere' means to step over or beyond something. If they conceive ...

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The meaning of the term 'transcendence' and 'transcendent' is provided. The immanence opposite is determined.

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