Innewohnend, darin enthalten, seine Systemgrenzen einhaltend; Ggs.: transzendent.
ETYM Latin immanens, p. pr. of immanere to remain in or near; pref. im- in + manere to remain: cf. French immanent.
(Philosophy) Of a mental act; occurring entirely within the mind; SYN. subjective.
Inherent; permanently pervading the universe.
Indwelling; inherent; all-pervading.
ETYM Latin intrinsecus inward, on the inside; intra within + secus otherwise, beside; akin to Eng. second: cf. French intrinsčque. Related to Inter-, Second, Extrinsic.
1. Belonging to a thing by its very nature; SYN. intrinsical.
2. (Anatomy) Situated within or belonging solely to the organ or body part on which it acts.
3. Inward; inherent.
Inherently, innately, in an immanent manner