Thursday, July 23, 2015

Tim Winton on Wilber's growth to goodness obsession

See his full comment from this FB IPS thread. My response to this partial excerpt of his:

Tim:  "So I'm proposing that in the wake of the clear demise of Ken's ability to maintain the growth to goodness approach that we look to a kind of naturalistically informed ecosystemic literacy as the basis for how we create what we valorise."

Amen Ti
m. And it's already happening in the neo-Commons movement as documented by Rifkin and the P2P Foundation. Which, not coincidentally, is ignored or devalued by kennilingus. And just as often not ecognized by many other integralites, since taxonomic modeling as hierarchic growth is the first principle. I.e., the dominant gonad, a play on dominant monad.

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