Definition of Superpersonal

1. Adjective. Above or beyond what is personal. ¹



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Definition of Superpersonal

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superpersonal

superparticular number
superparticular numbers
superpartient
superpartner
superpartners
superpath
superpaths
superpatriot
superpatriotic
superpatriotism
superpatriots
superpenis
superpenises
superpeople
superperson
superpersonal (current term)
superpersons
superphane
superphanes
superphenomena
superphenomenal
superphenomenon
superphone
superphones
superphosphate
superphosphates
superphyla
superphylum
superphysical
superphysiological

Literary usage of Superpersonal

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1. Martin Luther: A Study of Reformation by Edwin Doak Mead (1883)
"The nameless Thought, the nameless Power, the superpersonal Heart,— he shall repose alone on that. He needs only his own verdict. No good fame can help, ..."

2. Martin Luther: A Study of Reformation, by Edwin D. Mead by Edwin Doak Mead (1883)
"The nameless Thought, the nameless Power, the superpersonal Heart,— he shall repose alone on that. He needs only his own verdict. No good fame can help, ..."

3. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1910)
"They are, as it were, superpersonal presences which consist of persons and continue ... superpersonal interrelations in politics are of great consequence, ..."

4. The Soul of America: A Constructive Essay in the Sociology of Religion by Stanton Coit (1914)
"A social organism, then, if it is not to be called personal, might very well be designated superpersonal. Thus, any one who worships either a concrete ..."

5. The Soul of America: A Constructive Essay in the Sociology of Religion by Stanton Coit (1914)
"A social organism, then, if it is not to be called personal, might very well be designated superpersonal. Thus, any one who worships either a concrete ..."

6. Romanticism and the Romantic School in Germany by Robert Maximillian Wernaer (1909)
"I prefer to call it the superpersonal phase, as the larger term, of which, ... Under the immediate influence of this superpersonal. the individual romantic ..."

7. A System of Natural Theism by Leander Sylvester Keyser (1917)
"An advocate of the view that God is superpersonal is Dr. Paul Carus, who, in a recent book,2 says of God: "He is not personal, ..."

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