Category Archives: Integral Thinkers

The Diversity of the Integral movement

Interesting blog post here http://indistinctunion.blogspot.com/2006/10/integralisms.html The author has reviewed various Wilber critics, and proposes five categories: 1. Metaphysicians: Frank Visser and Alan Kazlev. 2. Deconstructionists: Jeff Meyerhoff (and Geoffrey Falk?) 3. We-Space, Intersubjectivity: Mark Edwards, Edward Berge. 4. Holonic Theory: … Continue reading

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William Irwin Thompson

I’ve just read Edward’s entry – Thompson was an early influence on me. I’m kicking myself that I got rid of ‘The Time Bodies Fall to Light’ and is following book (title forgotten). I appreciate his approach very much.

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William Irwin Thompson

Edward: William Thompson is one of those mentioned in the wikipedia entry on integral thought. I did some preliminary research on him and came upon his essay “The Cultural Phenomenology of Literature” in Light Onwords / Light Onwards, LIVING LITERACIES … Continue reading

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Integral thinkers: A. Giddens and his Structuration Theory

One of the topics that I think should be central on this blog, is the referencing of integral thinkers and schools, and stimulating dialogue between them. So I will start by proposing a few candidates that explicitely attempt at a … Continue reading

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