Definition of Superhumanness

1. Noun. superhumanity ¹



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Definition of Superhumanness

1. [n -ES]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superhumanness

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superhumanness (current term)
superhumans
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Literary usage of Superhumanness

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1. Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on by William James (1921)
"But I trust that you see sufficiently that the Absolute has nothing but its superhumanness in common with the theistic God. ..."

2. Pragmatism, a New Name for Some Old Ways of Thinking: Popular Lectures on by William James (1907)
"But I trust that you see sufficiently that the Absolute has nothing but its superhumanness in common with the theistic God. ..."

3. Criticisms on Contemporary Thought and Thinkers by Richard Holt Hutton (1894)
"... and ethereal, and luminous, but it does not follow that there is anything supernatural in such superhumanness. It may be quite natural for God's spirit, ..."

4. The Finality of the Christian Religion by George Burman Foster (1906)
"For the old, the guarantee is superhumanness; for the new. true and genuine humanness. For the old, the guarantee reposes on the basis of the disesteem of ..."

5. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1913)
"... of the Messiah to the supreme idea of God an absolutely sufficient guarantee against a self-glorifying superhumanness. Immutable facts establish this, ..."

6. The Miracles of Unbelief by Frank Ballard (1900)
"The very imperfection of the simile testifies to the superhumanness of Christian morals. Horace, truly voicing the feeling of earth's " great ones," might ..."

7. Essays & Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion by Friedrich Hügel, Friedrich H̀eugel (1921)
"... of Religion,—that it deals primarily, not with ideas, but with realities, and that a certain superhumanness is of the very essence of all full Religion. ..."

8. Love and the Soul Maker by Mary Hunter Austin (1914)
"It has, as Heaven be thanked all human demonstrations have, its element of superhumanness, of spiritualising grace, inasmuch as it enshrines the object of ..."

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