Friday, December 19, 2008

Aurobindonian input for open source integral book

Permalink Reply by M Alan Kazlev on December 16, 2008 at 3:07 pm
I'm in, if you can handle my eccentric, highly metaphysical-yogic approach ;-) Once printed, the book can be distributed through the Integral Community; it can get a plug at Andrew Cohen's magazine EnlightenNext and at the Integral Institute. And could be distributed at JFK University, CIIS, etc.

If there is enough Aurobindonian input (and not just from me) it could even be available at the Sri Aurobindo Ashram and Auroville. Perhaps also Gebser groups, Teilhard groups, Process Theology etc. It all depends who puts in the input. e.g. if we can't find any Gebserians to contribute we can't market it to Gebser groups. So i would suggest it be not just people who have posted here, but that we contact others as well to contribute, including big names like Sean Esbjörn-Hargens (who could write the chapter on Academic applications of Integral Theory), if they are interestedAnyway, these are just ideas, i'll leave it with you guys

Permalink Reply by M Alan Kazlev on December 16, 2008 at 4:57 pm
hi Mike, There is also the Wikipedia page on the Integral movement, mostly written by Goethean and myself. Maybe you could write a list of suggested topics as wellcheers :-)

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