Transgression

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Transgression may be:

  • A Biblical transgression is a violation of God's Ten Commandments or other element of God's moral law; sin (1 John 3:4)
  • A legal transgression, a crime usually created by a social or economic boundary
    • In civil law jurisdictions, a transgression or a contravention is a smaller breach of law, similar to summary offence in common law jurisdictions.
  • A social transgression, violating a norm

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[Philisophy] term, which defines the phenomenon of crossing the impassible boundary, first of all the boundary between possible and impossible.

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