Tag Archives: integral

On WikiLeaks, Julian Assange, and Integrally-Informed Musings

I’ve been following the WikiLeaks saga for the past week now. Those who are subscribed to my Twitter and Facebook feeds would have noticed by now my passionate tweeting of news and opinions on WikiLeaks. I’m following this story closely because I believe that this phenomenon has an unprecedented world-wide impact. Historians would look to this […]

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 […]

Ken Wilber Riffs On the Singularity

Here’s a video of Ken Wilber talking about the Singularity. In this video Wilber talks about different levels of consciousness and how each level would interpret the Singularity differently. But the first step, of course, is get to know what the Singularity is. Ray Kurzweil laid out his vision in the book, The Singularity is […]

Should Integralists Storm the Religious Battlefield?

I just finished reading this Newsweek article entitled, Moderates Storm The Religious Battlefield. There are a couple of important points from the article that I want to highlight: 1) Although the article didn’t completely concede “victory” to the (New) atheists (Dawkins, Harris, Hitchens), it recognized their achievements for they have “emphatically (and correctly) argued that […]