The internal structure and the problem of its phenomenological determination
Immanence has been defined by reference to transcendence and through the exclusion of the latter from its internal structure. The positive meaning of such a definition was shown with the making evident of the essential structural determinations that it comprises. Before pursuing further the analysis of these structures and the understanding of their character decisive for an adequate philosophical interpretation of the ultimate nature of the essence, it is important to note what has already been achieved, in a purely negative way, from this exclusion.
Henry, M. (1973). The internal structure and the problem of its phenomenological determination: the invisible, in The essence of manifestation, Den Haag, Nijhoff, pp. 279-456.
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