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immanent

of or relating to the pantheistic conception of God, as being present throughout the universe
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This, in turn, produces what Taylor calls the nova effect, which is an explosion of options available for finding or creating meaning and significance within the immanent frame.
Disbelieving that the God in the economy of salvation may not have been the God without us undermines the proper function of the doctrine of the immanent Trinity, claims Molnar.
The incorporation of car collisions into the immanent materialism of traffic jams guides individuals closer to the actuality of ordinary life.
I also identify the limitations of his idea of the other: Levinasian the other could be equated with an angelic being; his idea of the other could negate concrete differences of the other; and his idea of the other could justify negative understanding of the immanent dimensions of the other.
He also deals with immanent universals as depicted in Armstrong's ontology (and the chapter has a wonderful summary of that ontology), namely, as multiply located entities spatially in or at the location of their exemplifiers.
One of the first thinkers that Deleuze relied on in constructing his immanent ontology is the 13th century Franciscan thinker Duns Scotus.
Though there is no evidence that Richardson studied Husserl, (3) still she was immersed in her era's debate about immanent perception, and Husserl's peculiar description of immanent awareness as involving both being and flow most fully accounts for the ambiguous nature of her Pilgrimage.
It also attempts to determine whether Marx's critique of the capitalist society falls within the domain of transcendental, minimalist, immanent or diagnostic forms of critique.
In a similar vein, essay seven shows that from the perspective of an immanent and differential theory of ideas, Difference and Repetition can be read as Deleuze's Critique of Pure Reason, while Anti-Oedipus can be understood as his Critique of Practical Reason (107).
At the heart of the Christian solution to the challenges posed by Gnostic ditheism, on the one side, and pagan pan- or cosmotheism, on the other, is (as Agamben emphasizes numerous times) a fundamentally unstable doctrine of the Trinity as an articulation of two inter-twined processes: one pertaining to God's eternal being, understood as a divine mode of self-relation, self-knowledge, or even auto-affection--an immanent trinity of substance; and one pertaining to God's eventful praxis--a trinity of revelation, or properly economic trinity, understood as the gratuitous dispensation of divine being in the world.
A group of about 17 whales refloated themselves over Monday night and were swimming well off shore and not considered to be in immanent danger of restranding, it said.
Summary: The United Nations has said that 750,000 people are at risk of immanent starvation as famine spreads to six out of eight of southern Somalia's regions.