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  • 12 Rules for Life
     
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  • epistemology
    The theory of knowledge, especially with regard to its methods, validity, and scope, and the distinction between justified belief and opinion. Read More
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  • integral philosophy
    Integral theory is an evolutionary metatheory developed by Ken Wilber. It attempts to provide an inclusive framework that can accommodate all domains of knowledge and learning. For example, integral approaches to science and religion are not incompatible. Central to integral theory are the(...) Read More
  • Integral Theory
    Integral theory is an evolutionary metatheory developed by Ken Wilber. It attempts to provide an inclusive framework that can accommodate all domains of knowledge and learning. For example, integral approaches to science and religion are not incompatible. Central to integral theory are the(...) Read More
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  • liminal
    At a boundary or transitional point between two conditions, stages in a process, ways of life etc. Read More
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  • metamodernism
    Metamodernism is the school of thought, philosophy, set of values and perspectives that come after postmodernism - just as postmodernism followed modernism. In this respect, metamodernism is similar to integral theory, by which it has been heavily influenced. However, it downplays the(...) Read More
  • metamodernity
    The idea of metamodernity is very similar to metamodernism. A key difference is that whereas metamodernism explicitly aims to incorporate the best of postmodernism and modernism, metamodernity aims to also include two earlier cultural codes: the pre-modern (traditional) code, and the(...) Read More
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  • post-post-modernism
    Metamodernism is the school of thought, philosophy, set of values and perspectives that come after postmodernism - just as postmodernism followed modernism. In this respect, metamodernism is similar to integral theory, by which it has been heavily influenced. However, it downplays the(...) Read More
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  • quadrants
    The Four Quadrants is a fundamental component of AQAL (all quadrants, all levels, all lines, all states, all types) ā€“ a core concept of Integral Theory fromĀ Ken Wilber. The idea is best understood in relation to a specific event. An event can only be fully understood by accounting for how it(...) Read More
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