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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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So constituted, all material substances are immanently active and do not require a God to constantly intervene in an atomistic universe in order to "wind up his watch from time to time," as Leibniz famously derided Newton's system (A Collection of Papers, 5).
The riposte to the charge against Hegel of implausibility, even fantasy, is, of course, to return to the putatively presuppositionless and rigorous arguments of the Logic, where it is supposedly demonstrated that the only ultimately coherent description of Being is the one according to which it consists in mindedness immanently actualizing itself so as to achieve mediated unity.
But what could not be lost, what we moderns simply cannot give up, is the sense that a new kind of human has arisen, that experiences the world immanently, but that still longs for what Taylor calls `transformation'--that is a life beyond ordinary human flourishing.
Competitive advantages within a contest, such as large leads, ultimately translate into temporal advantages, conceived either absolutely or immanently.
80) Masking his own efforts at perlocution as subject--of the king and of the enunciation--Seneca seeks to superimpose on the king, Nero, an absently invoked Augustus, immanently theorizing Nero's potential transformation.
This necessitates a logic which has the virtue of positing all relations of force, unlike the logic presented earlier by Engels and the nationalist bourgeoisie parties, as purely contingent and thus immanently reversible (an insight that today seems somewhat obvious, keeping in mind that such flippancy is only possible thanks to the very process of decolonization in which Fanon is so intensely immersed).
It immanently enacts its own principle, which is one with its exemplary movement.
In place of contextualized historical judgments and a differentiated picture ofJews and Jewish aspirations in Schleiertnacher's era, Blum reads texts immanently while asserting that the fabric of Schleiermacher's thought on the matter--especially his educational theory's implications for Judaism--constitutes an instance of Gadamer's effective historical consciousness.
49) In his view the symbol "Spirit" in the Scriptures represents God as immanently present and active in the world.
All investment decisions, including ones on allocating the investor's capital on the real estate market are immanently connected with risks (Knight 1921); however, it needs to be emphasized that risks do not concern only the investor(s) but also a large group of direct and indirect participants on this market (Lorenz et al.
Taste is replaced by a hyperlinked connectivity that seems to derive from the images themselves, as in sets of photos on Facebook that are immanently networked via sorting features both metonymic (the album) and metaphoric (the tag, the link, the like).
A premier publisher of non-fiction books for young readers and immanently suitable for both school and community library collections, The Child's World edition of 'Animal Migrations' is a twelve volume series showcasing twelve different animals whose life cycle includes traveling over enormous distances.
To move beyond the "culture of violence" arguments in the social sciences, Thomas proposes understanding violence by engaging "the effect of class formation, a process that is immanently racialized and gendered" (4).
The work of sanctified reason has, according to Williams, "a mobility to it that involves recognition of the weakness of any one mode in isolation; and it points to an essential restlessness in the enterprise of Christian utterance that reflects the eschatological impulse at its heart, the acknowledgement that the events of Jesus' life and death open up schisms in any kind of language, any attempt to picture the world as immanently ordered and finished" (xvi).
When the discussion moves away from numerical analysis, it becomes immanently more readable and the probate accounts themselves come to life.