It's very easy to read and the format is bright and captivating (almost like a comic book.)
This is perhaps the most visually-appealing introduction to Integral Thinking to-date by American philosopher and spiritual teacher Ken Wilber.
The book claims to provide one with the experience of integral phenomenon and I found it sorely lacking in that promise.
If you are the type of person who is inquisitive and likes to think deeply about what ideas influence modern society, you may want to pick up this book. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Joseppi A. Sandoval
At the moment what I've read so far, has been very productive, in fact I used some of the material presented in the book in my teaching sessions.Published 6 months ago by Alejandro Ochoa Pimienta
I found this piece of work very "cerebrally" contrived, difficult to follow and in general unpleasant to read. Read morePublished 10 months ago by Renee S. Oglesbee
This is a very good SHORT introduction to Integral Theory.
I introduces all of the central concepts and even gets into some subtleties.
Ooohlala, how to describe this thing? This was some very condescending, even occasionally ridiculous airport reading for me recently. Read morePublished 13 months ago by kas
Ken Wilber is very insightful. The connections and maps to really analyze things in a productive way. I look forward to reading more from Ken Wilber.Published 14 months ago by Elizabeth Earl