Immediacy (philosophy)

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Immediacy is a philosophical concept related to time and temporal perspectives, both visual, cognitive. Considerations of immediacy reflect on how we experience the world and what reality is.[1] It possesses characteristics of both of the homophonic heterographs 'immanent' and 'imminent', and what entails to both within ontology.


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