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  • v. Present participle of immanentize.


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  • He is slowly immanentizing under the strain, but there is still hope of escape — hope that hinges on opening the doors to the pylon in his attic.

    Boswell Meets The Subterrans

  • AFAIK the more radical kinds of Protestants Dissenters largely meant the rebirth of Gnosticism: “immanentizing the escathon”, trying to social-engineer a perfect society of total equality and lack of selfishness which would mean the end of history.

    Coyote Blog » Blog Archive » Reformation, 21st Century Edition

  • Tom Wright immanentizing the eschaton. « Anglican Samizdat

    Tom Wright immanentizing the eschaton. « Anglican Samizdat

  • You admit culling is common to humans, and more expertly and broadly done in the last 100 years than in any other century, then you must be aware that the same millenialism, the same immanentizing of the eschaton is operating among certain peoples even today.

    Shoot the cat?

  • An avowed radical and advocate of the working class, Khephra considers modern civilization a great tragedy and invites you to join him in actively immanentizing the eschaton.


  • You’ve obviously put in a lot of work on this and I think I’m actually somewhat sympathetic with where you’re going if I understand it correctly — that evangelicals need to lay off the politics for a bit and work on getting their game together instead of immanentizing the eschaton all thetime.

    The Volokh Conspiracy » Was the Declaration of Independence an Example of Secession, Revolution, or Both?


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