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Newsletter Nr. 124


Amsterdam, July 13, 2004


Ray Harris and Steve McIntosh continue their discussion on the
contours of Integral Politics.

McIntosh has clarified and amended his original statement on
the need for Global Governance. Harris argues that integral
political discourse can only get meaningful when it steps down
to the level of detail - otherwise it will never get beyond platitudes:

"The danger for the integral movement lies in being lured into
the conservative camp by failing to maintain a proper objective distance.
I know I can be accused of being biased in favour of the left
but I really am open to any convincing argument. It's just
that I haven't been presented with many so far."

RECENT READING ROOM ADDITIONS:

07/13/04: A second reply by Ray Harris called "Integral Platitudes"
to Steve McIntosh' plea for an Integral World Government has
been added to the Reading Room.

07/13/04: A link to Gerry Goddard's "Some Thoughts on the Mind-Body
Question: Part I -- A critique of physicalism from an holonic/
transpersonal viewpoint" has been added to the Reading Room.

07/13/04: A link to Gerry Goddard's "Some Thoughts on the Mind-Body
Question: Part II -- An holonic explication of the mind-body relation"
has been added to the Reading Room.

07/11/04: Dan Araya's essay "Integral Education in the Information Age"
has been added to the Reading Room.

07/08/04: The essay "Clarifying Perspectives 3: Reconciling Distinct
Perspectives with Overall Perspective" by Peter Collins has been
added to the Reading Room.

07/07/04: The Italian translation by Stefano Pischiutta of Wilber's
statement about his health has been added to the Italian Section.

07/05/04: The essay "Transcendence Through Inclusion: An Integral
Obligation" by Steve McIntosh has been added to the Reading Room.

AND LAST BUT NOT LEAST:

07/02/04: A "Print this Page" link has been added to the top and
bottom of every page on this website, since some users had trouble
printing essays from the Reading Room.

Frank



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Frank Visser, Waterpoortweg 279, 1051 pv, Amsterdam

Author of: Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion SUNY 2003

Read all about Ken Wilber : http://www.integralworld.net

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