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  1. In a general sense, transcendence is going beyond, but beyond what depends on the context. For example, when a person talks about God, he inevitably transcends the limits of his thinking, because it is not sufficient for such a subject. Or another example: a mathematician works with quantities, but does not know what quantity is; if a mathematician starts to talk about it, he transcends, goes beyond mathematics.

  2. Roughly speaking, transcendence is a way out of ordinary human thinking (here it is worth mentioning that the term itself is quite utopian), which is characterized by certain socio-psychological features; in other words, it is an exit into abstraction, that is, abstraction from the outside world and awareness of one's existence here and now.

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