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[In what follows the term transcendence refers to an entity or agent beyond all physical laws. (It is not used in the Kantian sense.) In contrast, immanence refers to all operational, intrinsic physical means available to embedded observers.]
[This chapter is for those who neither want to bother with details nor have time for the expositions and the explanatory rants of previous parts; or as a teaser to go deeper into the subject and to want to know more.]
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