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If you're at all interested in the topic, read this book.
Ken Wilber has set out to do nothing less than broker a marriage between the two great and seemingly incompatible rivals of the modern world--science and religion.
As soon as he did that, I realized that as a Christian, his 'conclusions' or 'findings' would be based on ignorance and hence be useless.
Rather than focus on “internals” as many of you’ve done, I’m going to look at the broader view (“broad” and “deep” views not necessarily being synonymous – grin! Read morePublished 4 months ago by Loco-Moco
Ken Wilber wants to bridge the rift between science and spirituality, and uses an ingenious two-pronged strategy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by JS
Ken Wilber has set out to do nothing less than broker a marriage between the two great and seemingly incompatible rivals of the modern world--science and religion. Read morePublished 9 months ago by Al Zolynas
See headline above. Absolutely, one of the best summaries of Wilbur's work. Would that he appeared more often in the discussions of integral thinking or in the media.Published 11 months ago by Charles N. Roth
This is a must read for ANYONE who questions their faith because of their belief in science. Ken Wilber's depth in explaining the chasm between science and religion is awesom.Published 13 months ago by Robert C. Hastings
Informative and full of knowledge about the wisdom of integration of science and religion. Great for first timer Wilber readers.Published 16 months ago by Louise Kimbrel
Ken Wilber wants to unify science and religion. The question is: Why? What is lacking in either science or religion that a unification of the two would resolve? Read morePublished 17 months ago by Casey Machula
What can I say about Ken Wilber. Brilliant, brilliant brilliant--always find something incredibly pithy that helps me on my way, but sooo complicated with soooo much information,... Read morePublished 17 months ago by Ann R. Levine
Ken Wilbur The Marriage of Sense and Soul Random House NY 1998
While I've only read 2 of Wilbur's books (this & A Brief History of Everything), he... Read more