A philosophy of participation in dynamic wholeness
Daniel Christian Wahl

Yes, the paradox is that dualism creates our wholeness. So, the conclusion is that dualism can impossibly be rejected as not being part of the whole.

Another paradox is, when you would have known the function of the whole, when you were on your level, not knowing it/ it could not have evolved into what it is now, as it was meant to.

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