Quora answer: What are the most interesting alternatives to Ken Wilber’s version of Integral Theory?

I think what most people don’t realize is that Wilbers theory is an intensification of dualism. It distinguishes between subject and object (I-it), and then intensifies that by taking it to the group level of we-things (its). This is an intensification of the subject-object dualism, and thus a step back philosophically into a more intense dualism. An alternative is nondual philosophy such as is explained by David Loy in his book Nonduality. And now we have to say not just nondual but non-integral in order to avoid the intensification of dualism by taking it from the individual to the group level. For an example of a nondual philosophy see http://nondual.net




Posted February 6, 2011 by kentpalmer in Uncategorized

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