What is Immanentism, What Does It Mean?July 2, 2021
The view that God is immanent in man. Some branches of Eastern and Western mysticism support this view. However, this should not be confused with the idea of union with the god that mysticism usually suggests. In this second view, god is not immanent but transcendent; but it is possible to reach and unite with it through love and knowledge. Those who claim that the feeling of religion is immanent in man are also called immanent. Apart from religious philosophy, the views claiming that existence is immanent in consciousness are also called immanentists.
Schuppe, Schubert-Soldern, Loski, Leclair, Rehmke, and even Ernst Mach and Richard Avenarius, who opposed the understanding of transcendentalism and empiricism from an idealist point of view, turned their backs on the concept of returning to Kant and defended the concept of returning to Berkeley at the end of the 19th century. The supporters of this view, who regard the object as immanent in the subject, put forward a consciousness independent of the brain, which they themselves do not understand, out of fear of falling into solipsism. Their teachings are rightly called brainless philosophy. This brainless philosophy is also called the philosophy of immanence.