Thursday, April 29, 2010

Ken Wilber's Four Quadrants

Defining Integral Model
JFK University who offer a Master's in Integral Theory offer this definition of the Integral Model:
The integral model is a unifying and comprehensive framework, bringing together many discrete disciplines – from psychology to politics, ecology to social sciences, business to spiritual studies – that can be used to develop comprehensive, effective, and integrally informed approaches to specific problems and their solutions.

Image of Integral Model

Additional Resource for Understanding Integral Model
One of your classmates found these additional resources that do an excellent job in explaining Wilber's Four Quadrants.
I highly recommend viewing these for those who are having difficulty understanding Wilber's Model.

Image Source: Integral Futures. Thinking Futures.

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