Beyond or above perception by the senses.(adjective)
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Use "supersensible" in a sentence
"Like other "supersensible" categories, capital haunts the empirically observable process of commodity circulation - a social spectre with no body of its own. 1 Marx describes a plausible empiricist reaction from the perspective of commodity circulation to capital's apparently mysterious, occult qualities:"
"It is for this reason that Marx describes it as a "supersensible" property - something whose existence can be intuited by reason, but which is not immediately accessible to synchronic sense-perception alone."
"This is the realm of the "supersensible" categories of value and abstract labour."