What is an immanence?

What is an immanence? Here are some definitions.

Noun
  1. The state of being immanent; inherency.
  2. The state of dwelling within and not extending beyond a given domain.
  3. (philosophy) The concept of the presence of deity in and throughout the real world; the idea that God is everywhere and in everything. Contrast transcendence.
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Shall I add that the immanence of farce just spoken of does in a little degree mitigate the cruelty by generalising the vulgarity?
Seidl's paintings, with their blunted contours, blending chroma and reticulate brushwork, are all about flux, immanence and the mutating visual field.
The other truth which Greek thought had realized was the immanence of reason in nature and in man.
The immanence doctrine has arisen from two main causes, the one metaphysical, the other religious.
God is experienced as radical transcendence and radical immanence.
Popular poetry is all against Pantheism and quite removed from immanence.

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