immanent immanent  /ˈɪ mə nənt/

Definition(s):

  1. (adj) of a mental act performed entirely within the mind
  2. (adj) of qualities that are spread throughout something

Derived Word(s)

Usage(s):

  1. Well, if you believe that science is reason and that reason begins with recognizing the existence of an immanent providence, then this is science.
  2. Lead, Kindly Light is the story of a new conviction that came to take its place: the conviction of an immanent and transcendent God who cannot be explained away.
  3. What animates him is what moved Camus' Sisyphus: the prisoner fails because failure is immanent in man; he endures because he must.

News

  • The provisional schedule for 2014 Asian LMS is confirmed

    With the immanent conclusion of the inaugural Asian Le Mans Series plans have now been confirmed for the 2014 season. The provisional schedule for 2014 is: Korea, Inje: 6th July Japan, Fuji: 10th August China, Shanghai: 12th October China, Zhuhai: 26th October Malaysia, Sepang: 7th December Sporting Regulations The basis of the sporting regulations changes for 2014 are to make ... Keep reading
    on December 7, 2013     Source: Motorsport.com

Quotes

  • "The vulnerabilities described are immanent to all bus systems", the Bosch experts wrote.
    on Jun 18, 2010 By: Robert Bosch Source: EE Times UK

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