immanent


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of a mental act performed entirely within the mind

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of qualities that are spread throughout something

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When he denies that the other is an incarnation of God and accordingly her immanent dimension, Levinas implicitly identifies the other with divine Other.
Deleuze's immanent ontology can be seen as resulting from a creative assemblage of the ideas of Scotus, Spinoza and Nietzsche.
Richardson's contemporaries certainly thought about immanence; however, far from being skeptical about whether consciousness could achieve direct, unmediated contact with its contents, many in Richardson's day worried about whether the rationally determined, ordered world might be swept away in a tide of immanent sense-data.
Francis experienced the immanent, but many of his modem admirers are caught up in the immediate.
Each time the populist government faces an immanent loss of popularity, it becomes autocratic, says communication expert Petar Arsovski in Utrinski vesnik.
Unlike the symbol which predominates in poetry produced in organic societies, and in which the signified is supposedly immanent in the signifier, the distance between the signifier and the signified in allegory and the contradiction in irony recreate the distance between the individual and society.
Transient motion suggests incompleteness, whereas immanent motion is the 'act of a being in act'.
International support is needed to meet challenge of IDPs and success of Swat operation, he said, adding that, Taliban were spreading their activities and action against them was immanent.
The Tru-Clean Immanent Cradle holds surgical instruments in the proper position to promote effective cleaning in the automated instrument washer.
Brentano states that every mental phenomenon is characterised by what the Scholastics of the Middle Ages called the intentional (or mental) inexistence of an object, "and what we might call, though not wholly unambiguously, reference to a content, direction towards an object (which is not to be understood here as meaning a thing) or immanent objectivity.
An immanent naturalist remains open to new forms of causality because he accepts the indeterminacy of any single problematic.
wunderkind Jaime Saenz: The Night and Immanent Visitor.
While Okore's sculptures have "green" credentials, they also serve to question the assumption that, for an immanent environmental revolution to succeed, it needs to start in the West.
Specifically, I argue that an immanent reading of the rule of law shows the value of "reasonable justification" to be integral to Canada's rule-of-law tradition.