INTEGRAL WORLD MAILING LIST
Newsletter Nr. 125
Amsterdam, August 1, 2004
Mark Edwards has replied to Wilber's "Suggestion for
Reading the Criticisms of My Work" which was posted
a few months ago in the Reading Room.
Key quote from his reply:
"Identifying the truth and the partiality of ideas is part
of the Integral approach and Integral Theory itself is
not above this process. Consequently, it is not only
preferable but requisite that, when I present my ideas
on how to improve the Integral model, I also show
why these improvements are needed. The separation
of good ideas from critical thinking is, quite simply,
not possible and not desirable from any viewpoint
that recognises the intimate connection between
critical analysis and constructive contribution."
RECENT ADDITIONS TO THE READING ROOM:
08/01/04: A Ken Wilber Meetup button has been added
to the Welcome page.
08/01/04: The essay "Genes, Memes, and Megathemes"
by Mike McDermott has been posted in the Reading Room.
08/01/04The essay "Spiriterror" by Mike McDermott has
been posted in the Reading Room.
08/01/04: Peter Collins continues his meditations on perspectives
and integral mathematics in "Clarifying Perspectives 4: Higher
Order Perspectives and Integral Mathematics", posted in the
08/01/04: Mark Edwards' reply to Wilber's "Suggestion for
Reading the Criticisms of My Work" has been posted in the Reading
07/24/04: A link to Ken Wilber's personal website kenwilber.com
has been added to the left navigation bar.
07/24/04: "The Simple Feeling of Being" (Shambhala, 2004) has
been added to the Books page. 07/20/04: A large ad for Wilber's
new book "The Simple Feeling of Being" has been added at the
top of the Welcome page.
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Author of: Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion SUNY 2003
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