Adjective(1) of a mental act performed entirely within the mind(2) of qualities that are spread throughout something
(1) For many this ├ö├ç├┐something├ö├ç├û was immanent in the landscape itself, rather than indicative of the kind of transcendental presence associated with monotheistic beliefs.(2) The distinction drawn is at best artificial - domestic disorders have a habit of impacting on international relations - but it serves to focus our attention on the potential for dislocation that was immanent within the Cold War's ending.(3) Or, as we Pagans would say, Deity is immanent in the phenomenal universe.(4) Set to chamber music by Debussy, it evokes a realm of nature in which myriad gods and goddesses are immanent .(5) History was nothing less than God's will immanent in the world, the unfolding of a great purpose.(6) According to her, the radical feminists worship an immanent deity in the form of a goddess or some other human construct.(7) She affirms that God is both radically transcendent and radically immanent , describing this position as ├ö├ç├┐panentheism.├ö├ç├û(8) First of all, if we think of meaning as immanent in use, we cannot attribute massive illogicality (or wildly different logicality) to other speakers.(9) The Supreme Being is both immanent and transcendent, thus both a Creator and Un-manifest Reality.(10) And that mind is immanent in matter, which is partly inside the body - but also partly ├ö├ç├┐outside,├ö├ç├û e.g., in the form of records, traces, and perceptibles.(11) A better starting point would be a theory which stresses the immanent nature of conflict within discourse, something akin to the work of Mikhail Bakhtin.(12) In theological terminology, God is both transcendent (all reality depends on God and has been created out of nothing) and immanent (God is present to and involved with all reality).(13) The hierarchy immanent in this account of the body politic relies on the mystical correspondence between the three vital organs in humoral physiology: the liver, the heart, and the brain.(14) Eurocentric culture, race, gender, and social class are matters which are increasingly delimiting in the search for universal expressions of transcendent and immanent experience.(15) It followed that a substantive legal restriction on the rights to life and liberty must not, as its inevitable corollary, excessively infringe on other rights immanent in them.(16) The history of freedom in this country is not, as is often thought, the logical working out of ideas immanent in our founding documents or a straight-line trajectory of continual progress.
(1) immanent :: mewnfodol
1. subjective ::
1. adventitious ::
2. extraneous ::
3. extrinsic ::
Different Formsimmanent, immanently
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