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Last post 12-03-2007, 8:53 PM by mrksteele. 17 replies.
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  •  03-20-2007, 10:11 AM 20889 in reply to 20547

    Re: Feedback for AQAL Journal

    Hello there: I have one technical question for anyone with the tech savvy: how might we break-up the large .pdf of a journal into smaller .pdfs? I would like to send an article here and there to an interested colleague... Durwin
    Durwin Foster, M.A.
    Doctoral Student, Counselling Psychology Program
    University of British Columbia
    Vancouver, Canada
    durwinfoster@gmail.com
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  •  03-20-2007, 1:08 PM 20891 in reply to 20888

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    hi durwin,

    you had left a message on the 'integral psychology' thread that you were 'presenting on feminist therapy on tuesday'.  i took that, incorrectly, to mean you were presenting at some sort of conference.  terminology can definitely be a problem!  ambiguities can lead to serious misunderstandings.  for example, do you mean two and a half out of seven days, or out of five days?  in the latter case, you could actually be present four and a half out of the seven days of a week!  my guess is five days, and i often go with a guess for practical reasons--it would be too much trouble to get more precise information, but i could easily be wrong.

    in my case, i don't mind being wrong, as long as people inform me, which you've done.  i feel it's better than either assuming i'm right or pestering others unduly about what exactly do they mean.  in the case of the integral psychology article in aqal journal, however, i feel we have an appropriate occasion to discuss terminology, so that we can begin to understand each other better.

    hope you had a good presentation and are now enjoying the presence of your daughters (have i got that right?),

    ralph



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  •  12-03-2007, 8:53 PM 33016 in reply to 20891

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    Hi all,

    I just wanted to acknowledge the Fall 2007 AQAL Journal being posted a few days ago.

    I'm a boomer who's going back to school to finish what I started about 30 years ago. Integral Psychology wasn't offered back then... Stick out tongue [:P]

    I'm finishing up a community college 'Intro to Psychology' class and it's been really fascinating. I alternate from being horrified at the almost total focus on the right-hand quadrants to being hopeful when I read about the 'Biopsychosocial Approach'.  A quote from my book defines it as "an integrated perspective that incorporates biological, psychological, and social-cultural levels of analysis") Sounds like the quadrants, I wonder if he has read Kens work...

    Anyway I really liked this sentence in the editorial introduction "... Wilber’s Integral Psychology is foundational to almost any Integral endeavor. After all, if you do not have a comprehensive view of human psychology it is hard to have an integral view of anything that involves humans. Thus, Integral Psychology serves as a keystone to most other Integral efforts."

    The topics look fascinating and I love that the focus in on
    Psychology.

    Many thanks and congrats on another great AQAL Journal issue!

    Mark

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