Definition of Superreal

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



2. Adjective. (mathematics) Of or pertaining to the superreal numbers, a generalization of the hyperreal numbers. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Superreal

1. [adj]

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Superreal

superpubs
superpurgation
superpurgations
superpussies
superpussy
superquality
superquick
superquiet
superrace
superraces
superradiance
superradiances
superradiant
superradiation
superrational
superreal (current term)
superrealism
superrealisms
superrealist
superrealists
superrecursive
superrefined
superreflection
superreflections
superregal
superregion
superregional
superregionals
superregions
superregna

Literary usage of Superreal

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1. The Foundations of Mathematics: A Contribution to the Philosophy of Geometry by Paul Carus (1908)
"THE superreal. We said in a former chapter (p. 48), "man did not invent reason, he discovered it," which means that the nature of reason is definite, ..."

2. The Monist by Hegeler Institute (1910)
"... real, •"'•Nay, superreal. Yea, they are Man's guides,— •' And they, like guardian angels, help him find The pre-determined goal of cosmic life. ..."

3. Philosophy as a Science: A Synopsis of Writings of Dr. Paul Carus by Paul Carus (1909)
"Pure forms are superreal. The truth that all bodily existence is transient and that it cannot be other than transient, is apparent. On the other hand, ..."

4. Philosophy as a Science: A Synopsis of Writings of Dr. Paul Carus by Paul Carus (1909)
"The God The chapters on the superreal, Discrete of Units, Continuum, Infinitude, and the Epi- Mathematics. logue proclaiming the God of Mathematics, ..."

5. The Surd of Metaphysics: An Inquiry Into the Question Are There Things-in by Paul Carus (1903)
"The forms of things exist not only in and with the things in which they are actualised, but are eternal types; they constitute a superreal reality, ..."

6. The Surd of Metaphysics: An Inquiry Into the Question Are There Things-in by Paul Carus (1903)
"On the contrary, they are superreal and more important than any concrete things of actual materiality. 1 Humanly speaking, we might say " all-wise. ..."

7. Letters, Lectures and Address of Charles Edward Garman: A Memorial Volume by Charles Edward Garman, Mrs. Eliza (Miner) Garman, Amherst college Class of 1884 (1909)
"Pure forms are superreal. The truth that all bodily existence is transient and that it cannot be other than transient, is apparent. On the other hand, ..."

8. Truth on Trial: An Exposition of the Nature of Truth, Preceded by a Critique by Paul Carus (1911)
"... they are real, Nay, superreal. Yea, they are Man's guides; And they, like guardian angels, help him find The pre-determined goal of cosmic life. ..."

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