intramundane

intramundane

(ˌɪntrəˈmʌndeɪn)
adj
existing or located within the world
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because dependence on God - contrary to what takes place in the intramundane causality - actually means being endowed with free selfhood"; see also Encyclopedia of Theology s.
Rahner makes clear that his conclusion is based on the overall nature of the relation between the world and God: As a principle of method, the case seems to be that everywhere that an effect is observed in the world, a cause within the world is to be postulated, and such an intramundane cause may and must be looked for precisely because God (rightly understood) effects everything through secondary causes.
As Rigali has argued, the rightness of actions depends on a whole range of intramundane factors which must be taken into account by anyone, including church leaders.
along with Balthasar, and in extended engagement with Heidegger, argues that the true vocation of metaphysics is not to close off wonder or to yoke God to some intramundane reality but to discover being's ecstatic character and hence its movement to what is ever "beyond.
In other words, there may be no reliable factual basis for the figures created by the two friends, yet their spectrality--even their necessary incorporeality as "shades"--cannot be summarily divorced from the latent fleshly tissue that lines all intramundane encounters.
When these ideas are extracted from their fictional context, they amount to nothing save a false political "ideal" antithetical to the author's religion: "In spite of the far-reaching decomposition of his Christianity, More is still too much of a Christian to be an intramundane eschatologist like the later Progressivists, Positivists, and Marxists.
Indeed, intramundane causality is limited to this re-forming, and
In its place, the intramundane faith of "Americanism" meets the pressing need to transform and perfect the world.
Through Christie, Johnson recuperates a sense of individual dislocation as a significant act, rendered as a spatialized "facticity," so that the apparently ordinary, essentially intramundane, environment of city life is transformed into something hostile and fascinating.
Yet there remains a radical difference insofar as the move beyond occurs in the intramundane encounter with the Other.
radically divorced from traditional theological constraints and radically reoriented toward the intramundane dimension of existence.
5) Contrary to what one might expect from so abstract and speculative a thinker, Przywara pays less attention to the ascetic and monastic goal of mystical union than to the intramundane activity that characterizes the Jesuit charism.
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