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immanent

of or relating to the pantheistic conception of God, as being present throughout the universe
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71) Put more theosophically, for Schelling God as nature is immanently self-alienating, for it is self-alienation which is the most basic ground for the emergence of novelty.
On Frye's reading, Blake's tractates adopt elements of Berkeley's thought to present a model of active perception and an immanently creative Poetic Genius.
In this account, masculinity is not purely something that exists outside the event to be found and attained but is immanently reworked, assembled, or played with.
But how can anyone establish what is and is not a 'disease' immanently (where Massumi lives), that is, from within the animal/plant/life continuum (or in media res--in the included middle, as Massumi acknowledges)?
Second, though, and more pertinent for the purposes of this Article, sexual autonomy is immanently hospitable to an erotics of death: "If autonomy means anything, it is that one must be able to sacrifice oneself and one's life for one's deepest belief.
These drawings fuse subject and object as much as this is possible; it is possible because it is facilitated by the transformation, a genuine metamorphosis, that occurs when the subject projects itself into an objectivized image that contains the subject immanently to a greater extent than the subject can be said to contain itself.
The ecology of Deer on the High Hills is not merely historical and spatial, but immanently temporal.
nearer to creatures than they are to themselves, acting immanently throughout the matrix of the freely evolving community of life" (180).
Succinctly comprehensive, immanently practical, thoroughly 'user friendly', and enhanced with the inclusion of eight appendices ranging from 'Sample Author's Guideline' to 'Why Books Cost: A quick Lesson in Finance for Publishers', a four page Bibliography, and a comprehensive index, "Writing Local History Today: A Guide to Researching, Publishing, and Marketing Your Book" will prove to be an invaluable addition to any aspiring writer's reference shelf in general, and a "must" for anyone wanting to enter the specialized field of local history writing in particular.
Informed, informative, immanently practical, exceptionally well written, organized and presented, "The Calories In, Calories Out Cookbook: 200 Everyday Recipes That Take the Guesswork Out of Counting Calories--Plus, the Exercise It Takes to Burn Them Off" is enthusiastically recommended for personal and academic library collections.
Immanently adorable, Chu is the perfect pal for readers suffering from first-day phobia.
But they fail to see that I am immanently no different from them.