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- v. 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.
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.
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,