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Incarnation: The Harmony of One Love in the Totality of Reality

by Martin Schade UPA
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Pbk 192 pages
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Western dualism is an illusion. All of reality is a dialectical unity of incarnate love understood through the condition of the possibilities of divine and human, spirit and matter, Self and Other. Incarnation offers an understanding of the Self with ethical and cultural applications.

Chapter One: Ancient, Medieval and Modern Philosophical Background to Dialectical Incarnation
Chapter Two: The Forming of Dialectical Incarnation: Cosmological, Metaphysical and Anthropological Foundations
Chapter Three: Pantheism and Other Expressions of Dialectical Incarnation
Chapter Four: Current Perspectives in Dialectical Incarnation
Chapter Five: Material-Existential Instantiations of Dialectical Incarnation: The Self, Ethics and Culture

Incarnation reveals a new dialectical relationship between human beings and God, God needs humans to be God; humans need God to be human.
Martin J. Schade is a philosopher, theologian, teacher, counselor, all-denominational minister of religion and Marriage Officer. He was born in Tokyo, Japan by American parents, went to Jamaica in 1982 to teach philosophy and is now a proud naturalized Jamaican. He teaches at the University of Technology, Jamaica, is married and has two children.