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  • verb Simple past tense and past participle of immanentize.


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  • They are a kind of immanentized heaven, and for that reason necessarily offensive from a certain perspective.

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  • The eschaton is more near being immanentized now that this has happened.

  • It opened up new human potentialities, viz. to live in these modes of moral life in which the sources are radically immanentized.

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  • After "Change" has transformed all the land, and caused the lobbyist lion to lay down with the consumerist lamb, and we have fully "immanentized the eschaton,

    The Progress & Freedom Foundation Blog


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