- immanent (adj.)
- "indwelling, inherent," 1530s, via French, from Late Latin immanens, present participle of Latin immanere "to dwell in, remain in," from assimilated form of in- "into, in, on, upon" (see in- (2)) + manere "to dwell" (see manor). Contrasted with transcendent. Related: Immanently.
- 1. God is immanent in the world.
- 2. He believed that beauty was not something imposed , but something immanent.
- 3. Group development has his immanent mechanism needs to change train of thought.
- 4. He calls this way of thinking the " immanent frame "
- 他将这种思维方式称为 “ 固有框架 ”
- 5. Government - owned standard way is overcome very hard have its immanent cause.
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