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Is it possible to develop an all-inclusive embrace of God, one that can satisfy scientists, philosophers, and priests at the same time? It is, teaches best-selling author Ken Wilber, if you are able to understand The 1-2-3 of God. According to this premier modern philosopher, the seemingly innumerable ways humans conceptualize God can actually be broken down into three bas ...more
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Published November 1st 2006 by Sounds True
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Bruce
Finally some accessible material from Ken Wilber. Wilber is the kind of guy who thinks up a 7 point system for conceptualizing consciousness, assigns colors to each level, and then decides =not= to make the colours ROYGBIV (red orange yellow green blue indigo violet), but starts with infrared, goes to ultraviolet, has amber there somewhere in the mix as well as orange, but at a different level than the scale WE ALL KNOW ALREADY. Which always made me question whether it was worth the hard work of ...more
Ayacalypso
I downloaded this for free from my local library to listen to on my Blackberry during a drive to and from NJ. It was way too deep, philosophical, and metaphysical for me! I don't understand enough about Eastern Religion to even follow most of it.
Jake
Ken Wilber is an incredible intellectual and author. He is a great source for those of us who enjoy exploring the crossroads between philosophy, science, and spirituality.
Matthew
Very interesting, new prospective, enlightening.
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Ken Wilber is the most widely translated academic writer in America, with 25 books translated into some 30 foreign languages, and is the first philosopher-psychologist to have his Collected Works published while still alive. Wilber is an internationally acknowledged leader and the preeminent scholar of the Integral stage of human development, which continues to gather momentum around the world. Hi ...more
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