from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License
- n. The act or process of entering or intruding
- n. The process by which a potentiality enters into actuality
- n. The inward migration of cells from the blastula during gastrulation
from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English
- n. Act of entering; entrance.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- n. The act of entering, as into union or incorporation with something; a passing into or within.
Now our first impression is that at last we have come to the simple plain fact of where the object really is; and that the vaguer relation which I call ingression should not be muddled up with the relation of situation, as if including it as a particular case.
You may have noticed that I am using the term 'ingression' to denote the general relation of objects to events.
God, and ingression into the divine shadow, they have already had an handsome anticipation of heaven; the glory of the world is surely over, and the earth in ashes unto them.
It paints woman as passive participant in the sexual act, where that participation amounts only to accepting the invasive ingression upon her core.
“But about the alleged ingression, I insist: calibrations of the dates of divergence of genes is no small issue…”
Some may find it scandalous that theological ideas should be taken seriously in a book on philosophy; I find it no more scandalous than the ingression into philosophy of scientific ideas from
It was no annihilation, no temporary absorption into the Universal Consciousness, no ingression into the Divine Shadow, that the child experienced.
'Yes, but supposing: a complete transmogrification -- by some unimaginable ingression or enchantment, by nibbling a bunch of roses, or whatever you like to call it?'
Thus the ingression of blue into any definite event is a part statement of the fact of the ingression of blue into nature.
The situation of a delusive perceptual object is a passive condition in the ingression of that object into nature.