Definition of immanentism in English:



See immanent

‘In all this we encounter one of the two pivotal foundations of his religious approach, a mystical immanentism, according to which the divine is to be found in the here and now, in the realm of material existence and everyday life.’
‘In concluding, he took a shot at the liberal tradition by cautioning against immanentism that he thought to be exemplary of Greek thought.’