The Eye of Spirit: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad

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Shambhala Publications, Feb 1, 1998 - Philosophy - 414 pages
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What would a truly integral culture look like, a culture that included body, mind, soul, and spirit? In this new and groundbreaking book, Ken Wilber uses his widely acknowledged "spectrum of consciousness" model to completely rewrite our approach to such important fields as psychology, spirituality, anthropology, cultural studies, art and literary theory, ecology, feminism, and planetary transformation. What would each of those fields look like if we wholeheartedly accepted the existence of not just body and mind but also soul and spirit? Wilber weaves these various fragments together into a coherent and compelling vision for the modern and postmodern world.

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Review: The Eye of Spirit: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad

User Review  - Emily - Goodreads

this one is taking me a long time, really dense. the author is brilliant and mixes some of my favorite philosophies to create a very inclusive, plural theory of the world and its systems. that sounds vague...lets hope i have a better summary by the end Read full review

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User Review  - Neelesh Marik - Goodreads

Captures the quadrant/ level/ line/ type/ state descriptions in minute detail again. A very thought-provoking chapter on Integral Art - which is the author claims is his favourite chapter - can ... Read full review

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