The Eye of Spirit: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad
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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actually approach archetypes artist artwork aspects Atman Project basic structures believe biological bodymind causal causal realms claim cognitive contexts cultural developmental lines Diamond Approach domains emerge empirical entire Essence ever-present awareness evolution exactly example exist existential experience eye of mind fact forms frontal fulcrums Grof Grof's Ground hermeneutics heterarchy hierarchy higher holarchy holon human individual infantile injunction integral interior interpretation intersubjective Kosmos manifest meaning meditation mental mind monological moral nondual nonetheless objective overall paradigm perennial philosophy perinatal permeable phenomenology philosophy Plotinus post-postconventional postconventional pre-egoic pre/trans fallacy precisely present primal holon psychology realms reductionism repression Romantic sciousness self-sense self-system senior dimension simply social spectrum of consciousness spiritual stages subtle theorists theory tion traditions transcend transformation transitional structures transpersonal Transpersonal Psychology truth unconscious unfolding Upper Left valid various vision-logic Washburn waves whole Wilber Wilber-II worldspace worldviews