quote of the day

“Real immanence neither absorbs nor annihilates transcendence, it is not opposed to it, but is capable of ‘receiving’ it and of determining it as a relative autonomy. Real immanence is so radical — rather than absolute — that it does not reduce the transcendence of the world — whether philosophically or phenomenologically — it does not deny or limit it but on the contrary gives it…”

Ray Brassier, Nihil Unbound (144)

(Source: Theologoumena)