Integral theory

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"Integral theory" may refer to:

  • Integral thinking in general
    • Including the early harbingers of integral thinking like Hegel, Teilhard de Chardin or Jean Gebser, as well as contemporary authors, notably Ken Wilber and non-Wilberian approaches like Spiral Dynamics or Steve McIntosh's
    • Also known as integral approach, integral consciousness, integral culture, integral paradigm, integral philosophy, integral theory, and integral worldview
    • List of integral thinkers and supporters
  • Integral theory according to the influential integral thinker Ken Wilber Integral theory (Ken Wilber)
  • Ervin László's Science and the Akashic Field: An Integral Theory of Everything