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What might the Buddhism of the future look like? With all that we have learned in the modern and postmodern world, how can Buddhists be true to the central teachings of the tradition while also including themselves in a new framework that is inclusive of ongoing discoveries? Ken Wilber here explores these key questions facing Buddhism and indeed all of the world's great re ...more
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Published March 6th 2018 by Shambhala Publications (first published 2014)
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Nomi Naeem
Mar 09, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Wilber 4.0

An excellent summary of Wilber’s most current thoughts. Integral Theory is more revolutionary than one can even imagine. Nomi, New York
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“That idea is, basically, that now is absolutely the time that the world’s core religions should get serious about updating their fundamental dogmas and dharmas and gospels—that it has been over a thousand years, at least, since virtually all of them added significant ideas and practices to their main teachings—teachings that themselves, virtually without exception, were originally created when men and women literally believed that the earth was flat; that slavery was considered the normal state ...more
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I guess if you love Wilbur....or even like him. I keep trying, but I really don't.
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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. So ...more

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