But the immanence of nausea stifled her, and she sat down on a brocade-covered chair.
There is nothing profound about this conception of "immanence."
immanence and transcendence are merely theistic terms for identity and difference.
The doctrine of God's "immanence" was almost a commonplace with Browning's generation.
In his immanence man lives by symbols, which are sacraments; and here we find the symbolic aspect of Beauty.
immanence or transcendence—that, step by step, decides the meaning of everything else.
I am neither for immanence nor for transcendence taken alone.
The Moslem, on the other hand, believes in God's unity and transcendence, but denies his immanence.
The mind is immanence of Being, an original relation to all we have named reality and worshipped as divine.
The immanence doctrine has arisen from two main causes, the one metaphysical, the other religious.