And yet, for some, reality is not immanent in the affairs of this world but only in those of the next.
A law connects changing terms and is immanent in what it governs.
An immanent presence, greater certainly than could be any gigantic statue.
Nor shall his theory of immanent morality trouble him for the while.
This is due to his frequent confusion of immanent metaphysics with the principles of natural science.
Life, spirit, is for him the true mystery, and this is immanent.
Such a whole of life is offered only by the spiritual life, which, transcending man, is also immanent in him.
The three preceding causes are all intrinsic or immanent (ἐνυπάρχοντα).
We already know that this principle is immanent in each of the members of the clan.
But immanent justice, dear to the Germans, had a watchful eye.