How do you reconcile "radical" and "immanent" as adjectives modifying the same noun? How do we not appreciate the irony that the word you're applying them to is "stupidity"?
Immanent-inheres within a substance.
What inheres within a substance is extended to an extreme degree.
No contradiction incurred.
So immanent is the way the entity is placed, and radical is the way the entity is, in this case it specifies how noticeable the stupidity is. 1 being hardly worth paying attention to, and 10 being impossible to ignore.By radical I've alluded to the notion of how it is within the 8-10 range.
1. of or going to the root or origin; fundamental: a radical difference. 2. thoroughgoing or extreme, esp. as regards change from accepted or traditional forms: a radical change in the policy of a company.
3. favoring drastic political, economic, or social reforms: radical ideas; radical and anarchistic ideologues.
2. thoroughgoing or extreme, esp. as regards change from accepted or traditional forms: a radical change in the policy of a company.
This is what I have understood for radical to be in my statement.
1. remaining within; indwelling; inherent.
2. Philosophy. (of a mental act) taking place within the mind of the subject and having no effect outside of it. Compare transeunt.
3. Theology. (of the Deity) indwelling the universe, time, etc. Compare transcendent (def. 3).