Quadrants in Action

Published: January 15, 2015
By Sean Esbjorn-Hargens

TetraDynamics (v1) is a meta-analysis of Integral Theory’s four quadrants. With 95 different quadrant diagrams to explore, you will develop a whole new understanding of this foundational element of integral practice.

An Overview of Integral Theory

An All-Inclusive Framework for the 21st Century

Published: January 1, 2015
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By Sean Esbjörn-Hargens

Integral Theory weaves together the significant insights from all the major human disciplines of knowledge. This article details the basic tenets of Integral Theory and how it is being used in over 35 distinct academic and professional fields such as art, healthcare, organizational management, ecology, congregational ministry, economics, psychotherapy, and law.

Volume 9, Number 1: June 2014

Published: June 1, 2014
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice

This issue explores a wide range of topics and initiatives. The research articles focus on developmental assessments for leadership programs; the utility of integral frameworks in supporting graduate students; how to conduct "activist" research; and how consciousness is distributed across populations. The remainder of the issue features essays that explore the guiding principles of the integral vision.

Volume 8, Numbers 3 & 4: December 2013

Integral Theory Conference

Published: December 1, 2013
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice

This issue contains 20 presentations from the 2013 Integral Theory Conference. Each article won Best Paper or an Honorable Mention in one of 11 categories.

Volume 8, Numbers 1 & 2: June 2013

Integral Business

Published: June 1, 2013
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice

This special issue showcases a wide range of content that includes case studies, field reports, original research, and innovative models of doing business. Natura, Brazil's leading cosmetics company, played an important role in supporting the publication of the issue.

Volume 7, Number 4: December 2012

Published: December 1, 2012
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice

Nearly a third of this issue is devoted to the opening article by Paul Marshall and a personal exchange Marshall had with Roy Bhaskar, the founder of Critical Realism. Following the Marshall and Bhaskar pieces is a commentary by Ken Wilber. This commentary, which is reprinted in a slightly altered form from a posting on the Integral Life website, is the first article Wilber has published in JITP since our inaugural issue.