FRANK VISSER, CLIMBING THE STAIRWAY TO HEAVEN
Reflections on Ken Wilber's The Religion of Tomorrow
I: The Involution/Evolution Cosmology | II: From Atom to Atman | III: A More Adequate Spectrum of Colors? | IV: What Is It Like to Be A Super-Nova? | V: Rational Reasons to Believe in Spirit? | VI: Is Darwin Really 'On Our Side'? | VII: Climbing the Stairway to Heaven - DOWNLOAD AS PDF
INTEGRAL WORLD: EXPLORING THEORIES OF EVERYTHING
An independent forum for a critical discussion of the integral philosophy of Ken Wilber
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Response to Erkelens
Herbert van Erkelens' essay "A Jungian Response to Wilber" is based mostly on Grace and Grit, where I gave a few brief sentences about archetypes.
But that book does not cover any of my detailed thoughts about Jung and the Jungian view of archetypes. Erkelens' essay, in other words, doesn't deal with my actual view of Jungian archetypes at all.
If readers would like to see my actual thoughts on Jung and the archetypes, they can check The Eye of Spirit, chapter 11; numerous entries in Eye to Eye; and numerous entries in Sex, Ecology, Spirituality. Most recently, I have summarized these points in Integral Psychology.
I do, however, appreciate the generous comments that Erkelens makes about Grac e and Grit. I appreciate that very much.