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Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion, SUNY 2003Frank Visser, a psychologist of religion, founded IntegralWorld.net in 1997 (back then under the name of “The World of Ken Wilber”). He worked as production manager for various publishing houses and as service manager for various internet companies and lives in Amsterdam. He is the author of the first monograph on Ken Wilber and his work: “Ken Wilber: Thought as Passion” (SUNY Press, 2003), which has been translated into 7 languages, and of many essays on this website.
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"Truth or Wilber?"

Frank Visser's 20 min presentation[1]
for the Critics Section of the
Integral European Conference 2014

Frank Visser

"Frank Visser presents his main criticisms of the work of Ken Wilber. He shares a bit about his personal background and his relationship with Wilber. Then he outlines his opinion in which areas to listen to what Wilber has to say - and where rather not to. In the end he concludes with a statement of gratitude."

LISTEN TO FRANK VISSER'S IEC 2014 TALK

Integral Europeanonference 2014 - The Complete Conference Material Collection

NOTES

[1] While preparing the text of this talk, I changed my mind about how to phrase the title: "Truth or Wilber?" or "Wilber or Truth?". Initially I opted for "Truth or Wilber?", as in "Truth or Dare?". This embodies a question to the audience: "Are you looking for Truth, or do you want to be inspired by Wilber?". Later, I prefered "Wilber or Truth?", as an answer to the question: "What is it you are looking for in this conference?"

FURTHER READING

The complete text of this talk, only part of which could be presented at the Integral Europe Conference due to time limitations, can be found here: "WILBER OR TRUTH? How to Get Rid of Your Wilber Complex", www.integralworld.net



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