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In the latest episode of The Ken Show, Ken offers an in-depth tour through one

In the latest episode of The Ken Show, Ken offers an in-depth tour through one of his most well-known contributions to integral philosophy: the Four Quadrants.

Watch as Ken shares his personal story about the origins of the Four Quadrant model — the day everything came together — as he weaves 3rd-person theoretical descriptions of the model with his own 1st-person experience and creative process. We also take a close look at the nature of the quadrants themselves, and ponder how exactly these fundamental dimensions of existence — dimensions that are every bit as real as the four dimensions of space-time — came into being in the first place.

Ken and Corey also explore a number of other questions related to the four quadrants, including the important distinctions between parts, wholes, and systems, how to use the four quadrants as a typology, and Ken’s fascinating integral analysis of a classic album by The Who in a segment titled “Quadrants, Quadrivia, Quadrophenia”.

https://integrallife.com/the-four-quadrants-a-guided-tour/

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Ken and Corey take a in-depth tour through one of Ken’s most well-known contributions to integral philosophy: the Four Quadrants. Watch as Ken shares his personal story about the origins of the Four Quadrant model — the day everything came together — as he weaves 3rd-person theoretical descrip…


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