The fact that the keeper got a touch as the shot flew past him into the corner of the net was immaterial , given the ferocity of the 23-year old's strike.
Nonetheless, I do not think we can simply write off as immaterial or irrelevant the views expressed by my interlocutor.
Since, as you say, it's immaterial to the evidence she would introduce, why can't you tell us whether she is or isn't?
Epicurus rejected the existence of Platonic forms and an immaterial soul, and he said that the gods have no influence on our lives.
But as he rightly pointed out, that fact was totally immaterial .
The event, the fourth of its kind, is open to all: age, language, gender and sexual orientation are immaterial .
Wins and losses, for any sport, are ultimately immaterial in considering the value of an athletic program.
So the government says this is all irrelevant and immaterial .
She - the scholar - really wanted to believe that; whether or not it was true was almost immaterial .
Even if immaterial souls do not exist, there is good reason not to identify the deaths of people with the deaths of their bodies.