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philosophical and metaphysical theories of divine presence in which the divine encompasses or is manifested in the material world

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embodied in writings that sought an immanence with this process of alienation

—p.4 Introduction (1) by Armen Avanessian, Robin Mackay
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not all eschatological theories are theories of history. There is another kind of eschatology, which might be called the eschatology of immanence (as opposed to the more familiar eschatology of transcendence)

—p.262 Psychoanalysis and Norman O. Brown's Life Against Death (256) by Susan Sontag
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first encountered recently (in a DFW-related book I think)

—p.90 "Then Out of the Rubble": David Foster Wallace's Early Fiction (85) by Bradley J. Fest
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Wallace's thinking was almost always about immanence

—p.45 Come to Work (33) by Jeffrey Severs
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one of many moments suggesting transcendence through immanence

—p.208 E Pluribus Unum (198) by Jeffrey Severs
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Wallace's IRS heroes hew toward transcendence through immanence, down in their holes

—p.226 E Pluribus Unum (198) by Jeffrey Severs
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corporate social media have an immanent connection to finance capital

—p.120 Dallas Smythe and Audience Labour Today (74) by Christian Fuchs
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But what is the 'I', then, if it is not an immanent structure of consciousness itself?

Starting to see this word everywhere. Pretty useful tbh

—p.38 Hyperreflexivity (26) by Allard Pieter den Dulk
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Deconstruction turns the ideal of being an autonomous, immanent self, free from external influences, against itself

—p.166 Sincerity (162) by Allard Pieter den Dulk
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how the culture industry could be aberrantly, even rebelliously, decoded by its mass consumers and that popular sub-cultures might subvert the culture industry in a form of immanent critique

on Adorno's refusal to see popular culture as anything other than an affirmation (as opposed to a resistance)

—p.231 Part IV: The 1940s (209) by Stuart Jeffries
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Habermas developed his ‘Theory of Communicative Action’ in large measure through an immanent critique of Luhmann’s work

—p.169 Why the Euro Divides Europe (165) by Wolfgang Streeck
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Universalism always undoes itself, possessing its own resources for an immanent critique that insists and expands upon its ideals.

—p.175 Conclusion (175) by Alex Williams, Nick Srnicek
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French has undergone a process of vernacularization – ‘creolization’, as the Afro-Caribbean writer Edouard Glissant would say – on contact with the continent. It has become immanent in the everyday life of millions of Africans, who recognize it as their language.

—p.238 Conflictual Identities (227) by Gregory Elliott, Razmig Keucheyan
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What the petite bourgeoisie respects most in the world is immanence

—p.92 A Few Words from Monsieur Poujade (92) by Roland Barthes
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What is involved, then, of course, is an immanent justice.

of "payback" in wrestling

—p.10 In The Ring (3) by Roland Barthes
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leads some people to see globalization as the expression of an immanent law not susceptible to any political or legal control

—p.109 The Social State (99) by Alain Supiot
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But of course the world of The Theory of the Novel is characterized by the opposite state of affairs—by the ‘refusal of the immanence of meaning to enter into empirical life’.

—p.41 Meaningless Necessities (39) missing author
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The controversy between those who see both our species and our society as a lucky accident, and those who find an immanent teleology in both, is too radical to permit of being judged from some neutral standpoint.

—p.xxxii Introduction (xvi) by Richard M. Rorty
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de Certeau’s analysis of the city presents itself as both an extension of Foucault’s critique of totalizing enclosure and as its immanent critique

—p.123 Chapter 5: Spaces of Indebtedness (119) by Richard Dienst
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And the structure of the distribution of the different types and subtypes of capital at a given moment in time represents the immanent structure of the social world

—p.1 by Pierre Bourdieu
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immanence does not necessarily imply transcendence. A meaning to life put there by God, and one conjured up by ourselves, may not be the only possibilities.

—p.66 The eclipse of meaning (56) by Terry Eagleton
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Piketty's thesis--that the tendency towards growing inequality is not a dumb coincidence but rather a law immanent to the economy or at least a strong tendency--is provocative

—p.40 Hype and Critique (39) by Ingo Stutzle, Stephen Kaufmann
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the world market is, with regard to its immanent dynamics, 'a space in which everyone has once been a productive labourer, and in which labour has everywhere begun to price itself out of the system'

on higher productivity resulting in more unemployment, which should be a blessing but is instead a curse (drift?)

he uses this word about a million times later on

—p.21 Diagnosis (17) by Slavoj Žižek
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Peter Sloterdijk provides the outlines of capitalism’s split from itself, its immanent selfovercoming: capitalism culminates when it ‘creates out of itself its own most radical – and the only fruitful – opposite [...]’

—p.19 Adagio ma non troppo e molto espressivo: (8) by Slavoj Žižek
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a catastrophe which is a ‘suicide’ (the result of immanent antagonisms) appears as the work of a criminal agent – Jews, traitors or reactionaries.

—p.179 Epilogue: (174) by Slavoj Žižek
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Figure of transcendence surreptitiously reintroduced in immanence

on the diff between Spinoza and Marx: value

—p.113 Domination, Liberation (105) by Frédéric Lordon
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