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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 body of Christ is a substantive difference; it creates a break within the immanentist logics of capitalism.
Under the influence of the Enlightenment, immanentists maintain that we are not to think of God as over and above our world, but as immanent in the world process.
Rarely do we draw them, in other words, strictly and unambiguously, from what theorists sometimes call transcendent, rather than immanent, sources.(5) Justice Hugo Black's excoriation of the "natural-law due process formula"(6) still carries a sting, and it is pretty much the case, I believe, that we are all to some degree positivists now, all immanentists, at least by outward profession.