Immanifest

Im`man´i`fest


a.1.Not manifest.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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The metaphysical comprehends (3) the physical in such a way that the latter comes to be known as lower and outward, or manifest, while the former is higher and inward, or immanifest. The relation between the manifest and the immanifest is not of the order of two things on the horizontal plane.
There is indeed a primary opposition between those (the Spartans, Nicias, the Melians) who merely wish to preserve the present or available things and those (the Athenians) who are haunted by the hope for immanifest future things.
Thinking about this, he tested whether the ring held this power, and it happened thus: by turning the ring inward he became immanifest, and outward [he became] manifest.