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Integral Theory and Cosmic Evolution: A Naturalistic Approach Integral Theory and Big History: A Comparative Introduction
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VISSER
TRIPLE SKEPTIC, Finding Truth Among Science and Religion
SMITH
THE LANGUAGE OF DEVELOPMENT, How Societies Create Minds
LANE
WHEN THE SUN BECAME THE CENTER, Introduction
LANE
FOUR SCIENTISTS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD, Introduction
O'CONNOR
DOES USURY CAUSE THE SELF-CONTRACTION?
CORBETT
THE FRACTAL HOLOMOVEMENT
HARGUINDEY
DONALD TRUMP'S PSYCHOPATHY
SMITH
HUMANS AS HISTORY, A Comparative Review of Tyler Volk's Quarks to Culture
LANE
THE TEMPTATIONS OF PRINCE AGIB, Why the Famous Arabian Nights StoryReveals the Secret of Being Human
BENJAMIN
IS SHAMBHALA A CULT? Part 2: A Combined Integrative Experiential and Non-Experiential Perspective
Rupert Sheldrake and the Evo-Devo Revolution Wilber and Laszlo: Two Authors of Evolutionary Fiction
Reading Room Top 10
1. LANE
FOUR SCIENTISTS WHO CHANGED THE WORLD, Introduction
6. BENJAMIN
IS SHAMBHALA A CULT? Part 2: A Combined Integrative Experiential and Non-Experiential Perspective
2. LANE
WHEN THE SUN BECAME THE CENTER, Introduction
7. BENJAMIN
IS SHAMBHALA A CULT?, Part 1: An Integrative Experiential Perspective
3. WILBER
RNASE ENZYME DEFICIENCY DISEASE: Wilber's statement about his health
8. LANE
THE SHADOW OF A GOD-MAN: Exposing Sathya Sai Baba
4. SMITH
THE LANGUAGE OF DEVELOPMENT, How Societies Create Minds
9. SMITH
HUMANS AS HISTORY, A Comparative Review of Tyler Volk's Quarks to Culture
5. LANE
ANCIENT ASTROLOGY: An Adventure with the Bhrigu Samhita in India
10. BJONNES
TANTRA AND VEDA: The Untold Story
Updated: April 16th, 2018, Based on English language essays only (Google Analytics week stats).
Is there a spiritual purpose behind evolution? Review of Steve McIntosh Evolution's Purpose by Frank Visser What do these revolutionaries really know about evolution? Review of Carter Phipps'
FRANK VISSER’S ESSAYS
VISSER
A MORE ADEQUATE SPECTRUM OF COLORS?, A Comparison of color terminology in chakra-psychology, Integral Theory and Spiral Dynamics
VISSER
WILBER OR TRUTH? How to Get Rid of Your Wilber Complex
VISSER
BIG HISTORY AND INTEGRAL THEORY: Bill Bryson Meets Ken Wilber
VISSER
THE WILD WEST WILBER REPORT: Looking back on the Wyatt Earp Episode (2006)
VISSER
OUR DNA AS PROOF FOR GOD'S EXISTENCE? Review of Perry Marshall's "Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design"
VISSER
'EQUILIBRIUM IS DEATH': Energy, Entropy, Evolution and the Paradox of Life's Complexity
VISSER
"FROM DIRT TO DIVINITY": Ken Wilber's pre-Darwinian Understanding of Evolution
VISSER
A SELF-HELP GUIDE FOR DEMOCRATS, Review of Ken Wilber's "Trump and a Post-Truth World"
VISSER
THE 'SPIRIT OF EVOLUTION' RECONSIDERED: Relating Ken Wilber's view of spiritual evolution to the current evolution debates
VISSER
INTEGRAL THEORY AND COSMIC EVOLUTION: A Naturalistic Approach
FROM THE ARCHIVES
LANE
WILBER AND THE MISUNDERSTANDING OF EVOLUTION
VISSER
WILBER OR TRUTH? How to Get Rid of Your Wilber Complex
VISSER
BIG HISTORY AND INTEGRAL THEORY: Bill Bryson Meets Ken Wilber
VISSER
THE WILD WEST WILBER REPORT: Looking back on the Wyatt Earp Episode (2006)
FALK
WILBER AND BOHM: An Analysis of the Problems with Ken Wilber's 'Refutations' of David Bohm's Ideas
MEYERHOFF
DISMISSAL VS. DEBATE: A Reply to Ken Wilber's Audio Rebuttal
VISSER
"FROM DIRT TO DIVINITY": Ken Wilber's pre-Darwinian Understanding of Evolution
FALK
BALD NARCISSISM [On the Wyatt Earp Episode]
CARLSON
INTEGRAL IDEOLOGY: An Ideological Genealogy of Integral Theory and Practice
VISSER
MY CRITICAL ESSAYS ON KEN WILBER
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Ideology and inflation: the shadow of integral movement: Interview with Frank Visser by Maxim Korman Bald Ambition: A Critique of Ken Wilber's Theory of Everything
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"Visser's personal access to Wilber brings warmth and nuance to the presentation, while reference to the works of Wilber's critics ensures balance."
—CHOICE, Feb. 2004

‘I myself have some friendly disagreements with Frank about many of these topics, but I always learn something important from him in our exchanges, and I believe you will, too.’
Ken Wilber, Foreword.