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Episode 14: Integral Theory and Geography (part 3)

Episode 14: Integral Theory and Geography (part 3)

In this final part of my conversation with geographer Dr. Brian Eddy, we explore both the challenges and opportunities in bringing integral perspectives into the world. Realizing that the world is complex and unpredictable, we must train ourselves to constantly learn and adapt to new circumstances. We discuss some of the challenges […]

Episode 13: Integral Theory and Geography (part 2)

Episode 13: Integral Theory and Geography (part 2)

In this second part of my conversation with geographer Dr. Brian Eddy, we explore the relationship between nomothetic and idiographic types of knowledge, and how much of our knowledge of the world is situated and contextualized. We discuss how enduring patterns of reality (nomothetic patterns or habits) manifest […]

Episode 12: Integral Theory and Geography (part 1)

Episode 12: Integral Theory and Geography (part 1)

In this episode I speak with geographer Dr. Brian Eddy. We are both interested in the work of American philosopher Ken Wilber, and in this first part we delve into some of the basic tenets of Integral Theory. Brian first gives a description of the four quadrants of the AQAL model and his […]