
Definition of Emanant
1. a. Issuing or flowing forth; emanating; passing forth into an act, or making itself apparent by an effect;  said of mental acts; as, an emanant volition.
Definition of Emanant
1. Adjective. Flowing forth; emanating or issuing from or as if from a source. ¹
2. Adjective. (philosophy of a mental act) Passing forth into a physical act, or making itself apparent by an effect. Compare (term immanent). ¹
¹ Source: wiktionary.com
Definition of Emanant
1. issuing from a source [adj]
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Literary usage of Emanant
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1. A Treatise on the Theory of Screws by Robert Stanwell Ball (1900)
"Transformation of the Vanishing emanant. Suppose that the position and movement
of a masschain were represented by the coordinates 0,', 0./, . ..."
2. A Manual of Quaternions by Charles Jasper Joly (1905)
"In the figure P and P" are any two points on the curve, and the vector PH = U»7
is a unit vector along the emanant vector rj drawn from P, while P'H' = U»;' ..."
3. The Collected Mathematical Papers of Arthur Cayley by Arthur Cayley (1889)
"The ultimate emanant is, it is clear, nothing else than the quantic itself, ...
the penultimate emanant is, in like manner, obtained from the first emanant ..."
4. Proceedings of the Royal Irish Academy by Royal Irish Academy (1898)
"In like manner, the osculating plane at x$t on the emanant is d1 rf* <? ...
General properties of the emanant curves. The emanant at x\yi of order p ..."
5. Elements of Quaternions by William Rowan Hamilton (1901)
"H determined by XXXII., is the Vector of Rotation of the emanant, whatever the
law (5.) of the emanation may be. (10.) And as regards the screw translation ..."
6. The Cambridge and Dublin Mathematical Journal by William Whewell, Duncan Farquharson Gregory, Robert Leslie Ellis, William Thomson Kelvin, Norman Macleod Ferrers (1852)
"The law of Succession shews therefore that a concomitant to an emanant from which
one of the classes has disappeared will be a covariant of the primitive in ..."
7. Lessons Introductory to the Modern Higher Algebra by George Salmon (1876)
"In general, if we take the second emanant of a quantic in any number of variables,
and form its discriminant, this will be a covariant which is called the ..."