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A General Introduction to Integral Theory and Comprehensive Mapmaking By Sean M. Saiter
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Science And The Akashic Field: An Integral Theory Of Everything (978-1-59477-181-1) | Science & NatureBrowse Our Book About Science and the Akashic Field Presents the unifying world-concept long sought by scientists, mystics, and sages: an Integral Theory of Everything • Explains how modern science has rediscovered the Akashic Field of perennial philosophy • New edition updates ongoing scientific studies, presents new research inspired by the first edition, and includes new case studies and a section on animal telepathy
The Integral Learning Cycle and the Map « Indistinct Union: Christianity, Integral Philosophy, and PoliticsIn a previous post I said I would go to into the metaphors within Wilber’s work combining my long-standing interest in his philosophical work with my new interest in metaphor theory. For the (heavy duty) theoretical background to this piece, see this article by Mark Edwards on uniting the developmental and epistemological elements of Wilber’s Integral Theory. Ken discusses three strands of knowledge—injunction (action), empiricism (experience arising from action), and confirmation/verification (knowledge sharing with the community of the adequate. He relates those to three famous philosophers/schools of philosophy of science.
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Clare Graves levels of existence One of Maslow’s students, Clare Graves, attempted to create a pencil and paper instrument to identify what needs were currently pursued. Graves later concluded that a person's needs change with his or her values; and that a person's values change in a predictable way. Graves later did much research into individual’s values and how they impact not just the individuals, but organisations and society as well. He put forward the "Emergent Cyclic Levels of Existence Theory" which laid out different levels of human existence. Spiral Dynamics
The Integral Mandala, or quadontological diagram, shown here, is inspired by Ken Wilber 's AQAL diagram. Like Wilber, I have endevoured to summarise integral metaphysics in a series of basic diagrams or cartographies of consciousness and being (here is a comparison between our respective diagrams ). It is important to remeber that these diagrams should not be taken literally, they are metapohors to describe an understanding of reality that is itself only a work in progress. As soon as things are grabbed and frozen by the mind they lose their original zen-like quality, and one confuses the finger pointing at the moon for the moon itself.
2004 to 2006 This section of Kheper net was a revision of my previous esoteric ideas ; in which I was inspired by Ken Wilber's Integral initiative . Although I soon became disillusioned with Wilberism, the advantage was that interacting with the Integral Community did motivate me to try to present my ideas in a more systematic manner.
Ken Wilber Journal of Consciousness Studies , 4 ( 1), February 1997, pp. 71-92 Copyright, 1997, Imprint Academic Abstract : An extensive data search among various types of developmental and evolutionary sequences yielded a `four quadrant' model of consciousness and its development (the four quadrants being intentional, behavioural, cultural, and social). Each of these dimensions was found to unfold in a sequence of at least a dozen major stages or levels.
The Integral Institute is a think-tank founded in 1998 by American author Ken Wilber . The purpose of the Institute is to gather and attempt to integrate the various viewpoints found in a number of major fields of knowledge. [ 1 ] For example, the Integral Institute currently has a number of branches including Integral psychology , Integral business , Integral politics , Integral medicine , Integral education , Integral ecology and sustainability, [ 2 ] Integral law and criminal justice, Integral art , and Integral spirituality . This attempt to integrate the knowledge base of a particular field is based on the notion that differing opinions are often true but partial versions of actual reality.
This list of contemporary scholars, writers, academics, politicians, and pop culture figures who are known to have contributed to or been influenced specifically by Integral Theory , the philosophy of Ken Wilber , or Integral spirituality more generally. [ edit ] Academic faculty Scholars with appointments at universities who have been influenced by or who use Integral Theory or Integral spirituality more generally defined: Don Beck — a management consultant and co-author of Spiral Dynamics (1996) who has collaborated with Wilber and contributed to the development of integral theory.
Integral theory is a philosophy promoted by Ken Wilber that seeks a synthesis of the best of pre-modern, modern, and postmodern reality. [ 1 ] It is portrayed as a "theory of everything," [ 2 ] and offers an approach "to draw together an already existing number of separate paradigms into an interrelated network of approaches that are mutually enriching." [ 1 ] It has been applied by scholar-practitioners in 35 distinct academic and professional domains as varied as organizational management, art, and feminism. [ 1 ]
LES VINGT PRINCIPES Dans Sex, Ecology, Spirituality Wilber décrits les "Vingt Principes" def philosophie holonique qui sont communs aux systèmes en évolution ou en croissance où que nous les trouvions (en fait, il n'y en a que 19, mais qu'importe?) L'ERREUR PRE-TRANS La contribution théorique la plus importante de Wilber à la compréhension de la nature du développement spirituel a été appelée "l'erreur pré trans". Nous tendons à mélanger les états prépersonnel et transpersonnel parce que tous deux sont non-personnels. LES CINQ PHASES Wilber a divisé son propre développement intellectuel en cinq phases, appelées simplement Wilber-1, Wilber-2, Wilber-3, Wilber-4 et plus récemment Wilber-5. La plupart des critiques répondent à du travail des phases précoces, et n'ont pas une compréhension à jour de l'œuvre de Wilber.
The Canadian non-profit organization Drishti-Centre for Integral Action is doing research on community resilience and climate change adaptation from an integral perspective, funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre in Ottawa. The project partners include CESTA-Friends of the Earth El Salvador and Centro Bartolome de las Casas, both whom specialize in environmental conservation, community organizing, and community well-being. Dr. Karen O’Brien, IPCC author of the chapter on climate change adaptation and professor with the Department of Social Geography at the University of Oslo, is a formal advisor to the project. The main objective of this research project is to contribute to the understanding of community resilience and human development within the larger context of sustainable adaptation to climate change in vulnerable communities, with specific focus on El Salvador and Canada.
Zakariyya Ishaq is a writer who has just completed his first book on the subject of spiritual cosmology. An original new theory he feels can rival any: THE ELLIPSE: THE FALL AND RISE OF THE HUMAN SOUL: SECRETS OF THE COSMOS . In addition to being a writer he is a musician, computer professional, and community activist. He is a Graduate of Devry University in Digital Electronic Technology.