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Ken Wilber Family Guy Spoof

Last post 06-22-2008, 7:47 PM by ralphweidner. 1 replies.
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  •  06-22-2008, 2:32 PM 56948

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  •  06-22-2008, 7:47 PM 57016 in reply to 56948

    Re: Ken Wilber Family Guy Spoof

    hilarious! but i think they should have given me credit for the core idea, as i see it, which i introduced in a thread in the critic's circle two years ago now, where, in the guise of ralph!ralph!, i approached the bbg for his approval.

    6/23 still laughing, but i'll try to be more serious Stick out tongue [:P].

    isn't this the question about our relation to the pandit? we know, for example, about the problems associated with a traditional (amber) guru. i'm wondering if hegel didn't, in fact, give the alltime critique of traditional relationships in his riff on the dialectics of the master/slave relationship. i didn't understand it very well, so i can't say.

    but in my blog a couple years back i think i was attempting to deal with a part of myself that was in a more modernist relationship to the pandit: wanting to one-up him, out achieve him, and realizing it wasn't working.

    this video, it seems to me, posits a distinctly postmodern view on our relation to the pandit, one entirely appropriate to its source, integralworld.

    i don't know about you, but that's no longer good enough for me. i want what i perceive to be a more integral relationship, as can be found with many of the colleagues he's working with.

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