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But the ratiocination of man the thinking body occupies a narrower horizon than that of man the incarnated spirit because he sees no purpose for reason beyond satisfying the needs and desires of his embodiment.
His real-life narrative incarnated and illustrated his spiritual message.
For example, the discussion of 17th Century European imagination of the Orient succeeds in emphasizing that the West "validated its own vitality by travelling to an unvarying world which incarnated the past, which was the near and visible presence of the past.