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INTEGRAL WORLD: EXPLORING THEORIES OF EVERYTHING
An independent forum for a critical discussion of the integral philosophy of Ken Wilber
Publication dates of essays (month/year) can be found under "Essays".
Frank Visser, graduated as a psychologist of culture and religion, founded IntegralWorld.net in 1997. He worked as production manager for various publishing houses and as service manager for various internet companies and lives in Amsterdam. Author of “Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion” (SUNY Press, 2003), which has been translated into 7 languages, and of 100+ essays on this website.
Ken Wilber, Involution, and Evolution as a Function of the Divine
Frank Visser and Perry Marshall in Conversation
“Frank Visser discovered Ken Wilber’s work in 1982 and contacted him in 1995 by fax, after which they became friends. Frank has written the first popular academic book on Wilber: Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion (SUNY 2003). In this conversation, we discuss Frank’s departure from Ken Wilber’s insistence that life itself and evolution are manifestations of the divine. We explore the question of how theology informs specific evolutionary theories. Does invoking God further science? Frank and Perry take a look at the nuances of Darwinism versus Design.” (Source: evo2.org)
Frank Visser, "Our DNA as Proof for God's Existence?, Review of Perry Marshall's "Evolution 2.0: Breaking the Deadlock Between Darwin and Design", www.integralworld.net
Frank Visser, "Ken Wilber's Creationism, The Invisible Supernatural Hand of Eros", www.integralworld.net
Frank Visser, "From Hydrogen to Humanity, Religion and Science Argue About What Really Happened in Between", www.integralworld.net
Frank Visser, "Ken Wilber on the Power behind Evolution, Casting Doubt on the Contributions of Neo-Darwinism Is a Dishonest Creationist Strategy", www.integralworld.net
Frank Visser, "Accepting the Radicality of Darwin, The Religious Orthodoxy of Ken Wilber", www.integralworld.net
Frank Visser, "Entire populations simply show up", Ken Wilber on Emergence and Speciation", www.integralworld.net