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immanent

of or relating to the pantheistic conception of God, as being present throughout the universe
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The severing of the tie between the immanent and the transcendent fosters the intimacy between the "thou" and the "I.
4) The paradigm of the economic and immanent Trinity hampers the articulation of a nuanced theology of God's freedom.
They do not, despite their intrinsic philosophical interest, necessarily help to clarify what the early Brentano meant by intentionality or to solve the philosophical mystery of the ontology of immanent intentionality and intentional inexistence, and resolve the nagging ambiguities that plague Brentano's reference to an act of thought's relation to its immanent content.
He brings up the notion once, only to drop it, for "we have no experience of the interaction among the persons of the immanent Trinity" (20).
19) Such expressions are usually, and rightly, taken to mean that Plato conceives the forms as immanent or present in the instances.
Hegel excludes this by the way he describes agency as constituted by a wholly immanent process of self-creation.
may have actually achieved a truly new direction for a theology of evolution, a notion of a divinely immanent drama that issues forth a mysterious beauty.
These tests have already been approved for over the counter sales in Peru and similar permits are immanent in Brazil and Argentina.
The paper defends these views against two rival interpretations of the passage: the "transcendental interpretation," on which it does not describe a faculty immanent in human beings at all; and the "bad science interpretation," on which the passage does describe an immanent faculty but only as the result of Aristotle's faulty physiology of cognition.
She considers his work as concerned with a reversal of Plato's subordination of contingent appears to eternal forms, and shows how Blake presents forms and sense as immanent rather than anterior to sensation.
I propose that the suffering of God in relation to the cosmos may be understood in terms of transcendent sympathy, incarnate empathy, and immanent protopathy and support this proposal by outlining the pastoral efficacy of such a differentiation.
Plucking such persistent anomalies from the gorged stream of free-flowing stuff, Baldessari's delight has consistently been in highlighting the communicative haziness immanent to every seemingly straightforward sign.