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Where philosophy sections chaos, as we have seen, using a plane of immanence and concepts, science sections chaos using a plane of reference and functions.
The followers of al-Arabi expressed this concept of God's immanence using the phrase "wahdat al-wujud"--the unity of all being.
Ward's book runs into trouble from the moment he employs, like a number of other theologians currently in vogue, an ontological structure to the universe that shows how God makes a difference--or, to use Ward's language, how transcendence makes a substantive difference within immanence.
But, no matter how inseparable they may be from their actualisation, the plane of immanence is itself virtual, no less than the events that populate it are virtualities.
The real genius of Henry's critique lies in identifying the different levels of immanence and transcendence operative for Husserl.
Hillier identifies the book's themes as including: consensus versus conflict ("agonism"); lack (incompleteness); the idea that the future is indeterminate and unspecifiable; the notions of "open-ended fluidity and temporary fixity"; power and power-play; and transformation, emergence and immanence.
The word immanence should not mislead us for it does not refer to anything interior.
To the extent that it undoes the activity of transcendental subjectivity and replaces it with an eye immanent to matter, the cinema constructs what Deleuzed referred to as a plane of immanence, a fragile surface or screen purged of all subjective depth and objective transcendence.
Like the Hour of Our Perfection": Whereas before things were all immanence, / now were they all valence / in the breathing world where we met.
Moreover, that same awe of God's manifestations in nature resurges in poems dedicated to "Las rocas" and the millenarian immanence that palpitates inside them, like a "maternal lava," and quietly listens and understands eternity.
The next section undertakes a detailed look at various conceptions related to thinking about creation including creation and time, chance and contingency, various design arguments, Darwinism and design, theism and evil, and arguments concerning purpose, immanence and the argument from value--an important topic that is frequently ignored altogether by other treatments covering the same terrain.
He writes that the planet's current ecological devastation has resulted in part from humanity's focus on belief systems that emphasize God's transcendence and separation from the natural world, neglecting God's immanence within creation, a focus that has removed humankind from nature as well and left us with an overwhelming sense of loneliness and alienation.