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Integral Psychology

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 12, 2004

    Super interesting!

    Ken Wilber, the master of integration, attempts to integrate many theories in the diverse field of psychology, philosophy, and spirituality in this book. It is full of very interesting ideas and isights. Even if you do not agree with some of his ideas, it is very interesting and worth contemplating. Another book I would highly recommend on this topic is 'The Ever-Transcending Spirit' by Toru Sato. It is a little more readable and also a tremendous attempt at integrating these types of theories. Both books should be on your must read list if you are interested in the intersection between psychology, philosophy, and spirituality.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 6, 2003

    As good as it gets

    This book introduces us to a very interesting integration of theories in Psychology and Philosophy. By putting a large variety of well-known theories together, the author explains how the spirit unfolds as we develop and evolve as living organisms. Although other people have tried this type of thing before, Wilber may be one of the best in the business. The only other thinker who is truly fantastic at this sort of thing is Toru Sato. His book 'The Ever-transcending Spirit' is so good it is just unbelieveable! Read it and you'll know what I'm talking about.

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