Category Archives: Integral Stuff

PhilosophersNotes: Your Brain On Philosophy This Holiday Season

Dear readers, First of all, I would like to express my gratitude to every one reading this at this very moment. Attention is a rare commodity nowadays. So, thank you for your time. I’ve been blogging my heart out for more than five years now and I feel blessed to be able to continue with […]

Integral Life: My First Impressions

Integral Life (beta) just launched today. This has been in the works for some time now, so I’m glad to see that it’s already up and running, with a groovy tag line: “Free to be Fully Human.” I quickly created an account to experience the look and feel of the site. Below are my first […]

Frank Visser on Ken Wilber (a video interview)

I just finished watching this video interview with Frank Visser. Visser talks about his passion for and criticism of integral theory, particularly Wilber’s attitude towards his critics. Remember the Wyatt Earpy moments? Check it out. Thanks to Integral Praxis for the heads up. Now, I don’t know what other factors are involved with Visser-Wilber rift […]

Frank Visser, Where the heck is the feed?

The Serendipitous Prophet of Boom and Doom

There’s an excellent author profile of Nassim Nicholas Taleb on The Sunday Times. I recommend checking it out. Thanks to Whence Bohemia? for the heads up! According to Sunday Times, “Taleb is now the hottest thinker in the world.” I believe so too. Taleb is on my top list of t(h)inkers. I’m no good with […]