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Guest Blog: Reflections on Integral Methodological Pluralism by Blaine A. Snow
November 14, 2007 16:07

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Reflections on Integral Methodological Pluralism
by Blaine A. Snow

 
Abstract

Presented here in two parts are reflections on Ken Wilber’s Integral Methodological Plu-ralism (IMP).  Part one presents four phenomenal domains within the eight zones of IMP that relate to four zone pairs.  The purpose of the study is to point out the similarities that characterize the zone pairs, clarify and differentiate the nature of each of the four domains, and particularly to identify and illuminate the specific nature of the phenomena that arise in zones #5 and #7 within the IMP system.  Part two of the paper takes up each zone in more detail and provides examples and comments.  
 

 

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