Monthly Archives: October 2007

Rumsfeld Charged with Torture in French Court

I saw this at Common Dreams. Hopefully it will open a discussion on international law and politics. by Haider Rizvi NEW YORK – Donald Rumsfeld, the former U.S. secretary of defense, is facing criminal charges in France for ordering the … Continue reading

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American Freedom Agenda Act of 2007

In “The end of America” thread I mentioned the American Freedom Campaign, which I joined. They recently made me aware of the new legislation above. On October 15, 2007, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) introduced the American Freedom Agenda Act of … Continue reading

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Integral reviews postmodernism: the way out is through

The above is the title of an article by Gary Hampson in Issue 4 of Integral Review. IR is doing another of its online discussions, now focusing on this article. It’s a limited, invitation-only forum for active participants but one … Continue reading

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Integral gender studies

I want to make some suggestions as to what Integral gender studies might cover. First, there’s nothing really new. Wilber’s map is often a way to categorise stuff we already know. It might not have anything new to add. Second, … Continue reading

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Peripheral vision logic “a”perspective

In the last meeting of Santa Rosa Integral Salon we used as a loose organizer the phrase “the integral periphery.” A few of us had in mind that by that we’d discuss those persons/ideas on the periphery of Ken and/or … Continue reading

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Wilber and Cohen on women

It seems to me that so far, integral theory has failed women. If Wilber’s conversation with Cohen is any indication then I’m afraid things look rather grim. It might not be fair to assess Wilber’s full views from a rather … Continue reading

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