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im- + material
The immaterial in man is the expansive force inherent in him.
The distance of the eye from the lens is here immaterial.
In other respects the difference between the two birds seems to be immaterial.
The patient's consent is immaterial, since its absence would merely signify mental incompetence.
He agrees with Leibnitz in the analysis of the material into the immaterial, but with Lotze in holding that the many immaterial elements coexist and interact.
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