Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (Vol. 7, No. 1): March 2012

Journal of Integral Theory and Practice (Vol. 7, No. 1): March 2012
By Journal of Integral Theory and Practice
This issue showcases work that is establishing new trajectories of theory building, further develops a key field of integral applications (namely, Integral Education), deepens the applied work of JITP's established authors, and provides a highly relevant book review. The issue opens with an eloquent argument for the necessity of wisdom studies, by Dr. Roger Walsh. The next two articles are by seasoned integral practitioners, David Zeitler and Kevin Bowman, who have done much to develop aspects of Integral Theory as well as apply it to their respective fields of psychotherapy and economics. Later, three authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the field of education.
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Published: 03-01-2012
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The issue opens with an eloquent argument for the necessity of wisdom studies, by Dr. Roger Walsh (a featured article). The next two articles are by seasoned integral practitioners, David Zeitler and Kevin Bowman, who have done much to develop aspects of Integral Theory as well as apply it to their respective fields of psychotherapy and economics. Then, three authors explore Integral Theory’s utility in the field of education. The first article, by Martin Schmidt, provides an inspiring example of international high school students in Hong Kong working with the AQAL model; the second explores the utility of ePortfolios for professional development; and the third details how integral thinking can help build transdisciplinary bridges between the fields of sustainability and mathematics. The final two articles in the issue, by seasoned authors John Bunzl and Guy du Plessis, detail the challenges of worldcentric governance and the growing utility of integral approaches for addiction and recovery work. The issue concludes with a book review of The Postconventional Personality (SUNY Press, 2011).