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immanent

of or relating to the pantheistic conception of God, as being present throughout the universe
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Brentano does say that immanently intended objects involve a relation to a content.
It is in this general sense that nature is to be understood as both deterministically conditioned and immanently creative.
(79) Apart from Alan White and myself, other English-speaking commentators on Hegel who accept that Hegel's dialectic develops immanently out of itself, without being, as it were, pulled forward by any presupposed goal, include Richard Dien Winfield and William Maker.
If we see the cosmos as the ultimate context where we exist and depend on scientific theories to explain it, then even though we can know God as working immanently for us, we separate the cosmos from the source of its life.
It is at the moment of death that the living part, afigona, transforms into a being (ataro), which leaves the bodily wrapping and possesses mana immanently. As for the material part, anunu, it detaches from the body after 5 days and leaves the world of the living for good.
(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.
Digital art is developing techniques immanently marked by non-transparent hypermediacy.
Only by turning to God who was immanently present within him, did Augustine find the peace and solace he desperately sought in the outside world.
(7) Whatever his awareness may have been, Blake's later prophecies abandon his early pantheistic monism and bear much less similarity to Leibniz's version of panpsychism with its conception of matter as immanently energetic and infinitely divisible.
The conflict within the plural that invites judicial system for judgment is only conflicting when the plural is counted as the opinions that exist immanently enclosed within one system of experience (Levinas 1990, 173).
Consequently, political projects such as food localness, fostering community, food security or environmental concerns are already immanently incorporated into supply chains, but they occupy a marginal position.
Critique: Exceptionally well written, thoroughly 'reader friendly' in tone, impressively informative and thoughtful, immanently practical and ultimately inspiring, "Don't Go to Bed Angry: Stay Up and Fight" is unreservedly recommended for personal reading lists and community library Self-Help/Self Improvement and Conflict Management collections.