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immanence

[ im-uh-nuhns ]
/ ˈɪm ə nəns /
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noun
the state of being inherent or exclusively existing within something: “Place” is a fundamental concept; it has evaded theorizing because of its immanence and omnipresence.
Theology. the state or quality of a Deity exclusively existing within the universe, time, etc.: A horizontal axis stretches from God’s immanence in the world, on the left, to transcendence of it, on the right.
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Rarely im·ma·nen·cy [im-uh-nuhn-see] /ˈɪm ə nən si/ .

Origin of immanence

OTHER WORDS FROM immanence

non·im·ma·nence, nounnon·im·ma·nen·cy, noun
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How to use immanence in a sentence

  • In one I simply carry out to their logical consequencesiv the doctrine of the Divine Immanency.

    Evolution|Joseph Le Conte
  • The doctrine of the Divine immanency carries with it the solution of many vexed questions.

    Evolution|Joseph Le Conte
  • The relation between God and man is a relation of immanency.

    The Theistic Conception of the World|B. F. (Benjamin Franklin) Cocker
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