Science, Depth, and Global Mythos (Integral Theory Conference)

Science, Depth, and Global Mythos (Integral Theory Conference)
By Gilles Herrada
This talk examines the ways in which integral discourse may have to adjust its claims concerning the nature, role, and organization of science. The author argues that the key features of “Integral Science,” as it has been defined hitherto in the integral discourse, falls short of honoring all of science’s standards.
Format
MP3
20.1 MB
Published: 12-31-1969
Length: 1 Hour 27 Mins
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Presented at the 2010 Integral Theory Conference, this talk examines the ways in which integral discourse may have to adjust its claims concerning the nature, role, and organization of science. The author argues that the key features of “Integral Science,” as it has been defined hitherto in the integral discourse, falls short of honoring all of science’s standards.