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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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These right-power, may-can usages may seem to stand in a puzzling relation to my claim that all of Levinson's players, Dow and Murphy included, appear on stage in positivist -- immanentist -- dress.
In an essay published elsewhere, Ackerman is resolute about the immanentist character of constitutional argument.
He classifies Harris as an immanentist, presumably because Harris draws his theory of limits on constitutional change from an interpretation of American constitutional practice as meant in fact to approximate popular sovereignty.
27) What occurs in the nineteenth century, though its history is older than that century, Webb calls an immanentist tendency," of which the greatest influence is the idea of evolution.
27) What occurs in the nineteenth century, though its history is older than that century, Webb calls "an immanentist tendency," of which the greatest influence is the idea of evolution.