Logic is not a body of doctrine, but a mirror-image of the world.
Logic is transcendental.
— Ludwig Wittgenstein
1. transcendent, surpassing, or superior.
2. being beyond ordinary or common experience, thought, or belief; supernatural.
3. abstract or metaphysical.
4. idealistic, lofty, or extravagant.
5. Philosophy .
a. beyond the contingent and accidental in human experience, but not beyond all human knowledge. Compare transcendent ( def. 4b ) .
b. pertaining to certain theories, etc., explaining what is objective as the contribution of the mind.
c. Kantianism . of, pertaining to, based upon, or concerned with a priori elements in experience, which condition human knowledge. Compare transcendent ( def. 4b ) .