Sean Esbjörn-Hargens introductory article to “Integral Theory”

AN OVERVIEW OF INTEGRAL THEORY: An All-Inclusive Framework for the 21st Century (pdf)

The word integral means comprehensive, inclusive, non-marginalizing, embracing. Integral approaches to any field attempt to be exactly that: to include as many perspectives, styles, and methodologies as possible within a coherent view of the topic. In a certain sense, integral approaches are “meta-paradigms,”, or ways to draw together an already existing number of separate parasigms into an interrelated network of approaches that are mutually enriching. Ken Wilber

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