Man learnt to conceive Nature's rule, not transcendentally, but intrinsically.
He has acquired a stock of ideas true enough for his purposes, but not so transcendentally true as to interfere with his business.
They also talked on serious subjects; subjects so transcendentally serious as to be of interest only by night.
The old logic could not construct any valid rules of thought, because it thought too transcendentally of thinking itself.
As phenomenon, matter is unreal; but transcendentally it belongs by its ultimate nature to the Sole Reality.
These beyond question must be transcendentally possessed by the Cause on which they depend.
Life is too transcendentally humorous for a man not to take it seriously.
In the end, Death had grown to be something more than Death to him—it was, mysteriously and transcendentally, Love as well.
I might have been keener, I dare say; but one of the transcendentally lovely things of youth is its perfect faith.