Definition of Immanentist

1. [n -S]



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Immanentist

immanations
immane
immanely
immanence
immanences
immanencies
immanency
immanent
immanent critique
immanentise
immanentised
immanentises
immanentising
immanentism
immanentisms
immanentist (current term)
immanentistic
immanentists
immanentize
immanentized
immanentizes
immanentizing
immanently
immanifest
immanities
immanity
immantle
immantled
immantles
immantling

Literary usage of Immanentist

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1. The Great Problems by Bernardino Varisco (1914)
"The immanentist, recognising it as implicit in the universe, formulates no hypothesis. That of the theists, on the other hand, is the hypothesis which needs ..."

2. The Programme of Modernism: A Reply to the Encyclical of Pius X., Pascendi by Alfred Leslie Lilley (1908)
"... criticism with which we are concerned is not any kind of criticism, but that which is rightly called agnostic, immanentist, and evolutionist criticism. ..."

3. Essays & Addresses on the Philosophy of Religion by Friedrich Hügel, Friedrich H̀eugel (1921)
"But Fanaticism, in such a case, would soon attach itself to some sheer Secularism—to what such a pure A—immanentist would at first admit to be merely such; ..."

4. The Programme of Modernism: A Reply to the Encyclical of Pius X., Pascendi by Ernesto Buonaiuti, Alfred Leslie Lilley (1908)
"... criticism with which we are concerned is not any kind of criticism, but that which is rightly called agnostic, immanentist, and evolutionist criticism. ..."

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