Integral Philosophy References


The Integral Vision
A Very Short Introduction to the Revolutionary Integral Approach
Ken Wilber

Integral Consciousness
And the Future of Evolution
Steve McIntosh

Evolution’s Purpose
An Integral Interpretation of the Scientific Story of Our Origins
Steve McIntosh

The Presence of the Infinite
The Spiritual Experience of Beauty, Truth, and Goodness
Steve McIntosh

Integral Mindfulness
Clueless to Dialed in – How Integral Mindful Living Makes Everything Better
Keith Witt

Shadow Light
Illuminations at the Edge of Darkness
Keith Witt

A New Republic of the Heart
An Ethos for Revolutionaries–A Guide to Inner Work for Holistic Change
Terry Patten



Integral Life

The Daily Evolver

Institute for Cultural Evolution


The Daily Evolver Podcast

Integral Live


A Brief History of Integral Philosophy from Ken Wilber — 2012
In this 20-minute clip, Ken Wilber chronicles the emergence of integral consciousness and culture in recent decades. Ken describes this emergence as the latest in a historic series of transformations stretching all the way back to the birth of humanity, bringing humanity through several distinct stages of consciousness—namely archaic, magic, mythic, rational, pluralistic, and integral stages. These major transformations have successively redefined our understanding of the human condition each and every step of the way. bringing more consciousness, more complexity, and more compassion to just about every dimension of human knowledge and activity.

The Four Quadrants Explained By Ken Wilber — 2014
We notice a rich mosaic of evolutionary emergence, in at least four important dimensions: subjective and objective development in both individuals and collectives. This gives rise to Wilber’s famous “Four Quadrant” map, one of a handful of basic components that comprise the Integral model.

The Five Elements of the AQAL Model — 2014
Ken explains his current integral model: a formulation known as AQAL (pronounced “aw-qwal”) which is shorthand for “all quadrants, all levels, all lines, all states, all types.” These five crucial elements represent the fewest possible factors required to create the fullest possible understanding of the universe.