immanent

Part of speech: adjective

Indwelling; inherent.

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Usage examples "immanent":

  1. In the case of Aristotle the ideal of rationality was conceived to determine the course of the cosmical evolution as its immanent final cause. - "The Approach to Philosophy", Ralph Barton Perry.
  2. Transcendental knowledge is that which, going beyond the boundary of possible experience, endeavours to determine the nature of things as they are in themselves; while immanent knowledge keeps itself within the boundary of possible experience, therefore it can only apply to phenomena. - "Essays of Schopenhauer", Arthur Schopenhauer.
  3. Our thought cannot advance in the definite work of building up science without producing and employing a definite logical structure, with fixed principles; these principles are immanent in the work of thought, they are above all the caprice and all the differences of the individuals. - "Rudolph Eucken", Abel J. Jones.