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A posture of immanence and a method of systematic revolt against transcendence (rebellion against God)?
For this reason, they condemned the notion of tashbih, or immanence.
Briefly stated, the emergence of immanence as expressed by Deleuze comes out of a medieval and modern question of how difference is understood and expressed.
Deleuze saw that while Scotus's doctrine of univocity affirms man's capacity to know God's existence, it is nevertheless unable to fully restore the dignity of immanence because God remains transcendent and is superior to man.
More importantly, immanence is predicated on the fact that the object always precedes the subject, for 'any subject comes after, or is secondary to, a given process that is primary.
Like the Pope, however, many allied themselves not with the the flowing, subjective qualities associated with immanence but rather with transcendence.
Henry focuses on the pathos of self-affection, searches for a more primordial ground of self-knowledge, discovering it in the subjectivity in and for itself, and arrives at the notion of the primordial immanence of the subjective body.
Lang then proceeds to devote a chapter apiece to each of his six poets, briefly sketching their biographies, especially with respect to their religious upbringing and orientation, and then working through their respective publications chronologically, focusing especially on poems that highlight the issues of dualism, immanence, transcendence, spirit, matter, body, and soul.
This leads to the Christian understanding of God becoming intimately one with us in Jesus and remaining with us in perpetual immanence of the Holy Spirit.
In Heidegger, immanence becomes nothing but "the outside;" immanence comes to be immanent to nothing but itself.
Not only this, but Husserl's notion of immanent transcendence permits immanence to be an absolute and self-enclosed space, for everything that is and could be is by virtue of immanence alone.
It is of the greatest theological moment therefore that precisely within this depiction of God's transcendent freedom over the whole world-order we find the doctrine of God's image, that is to say, of the real presence, or immanence, of the deity within the world through the person of man.