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  • Re: Call to Coherence

    Hello again, Emine, Brian, et al... And so, to continue with some reflections regarding your question, Emine (to re-post it here for accessibility: ''I have a question for the international development practitioners. Both historically speaking and theoretically speaking ideas like ''environmental protection,'' ''gender equality,'' ''empowerment'' ...
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on May 24, 2007
  • Re: Call to Coherence

    Brian, Just wanted to thank you for what you wrote about the ways we set up an 'us/them' dichotomy. I'd love to hear you expand more on the global social holonic space. looking forward to it. Gail
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on May 23, 2007
  • Re: Call to Coherence

    Emine, Brian, et al. I hope you are all very well! Emine, regarding your question: ''Both historically speaking and theoretically speaking ideas like ''environmental protection,'' ''gender equality,'' ''empowerment'' even ''participation'' would not be visible/comprehensible concepts before the emergence of an orange/world centric level of ...
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on May 23, 2007
  • Call to Coherence

    A Call to Coherence The field of international development aims to deal with some of the most pressing issues our planet faces. The field has an array of excellent, but partial, approaches to do so. Truly incredible scientific, technological, political, and medical interventions exist alongside other unprecedented advances in participatory, ...
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on April 27, 2007
  • Juicy Questions on Integral Theory applied to International Development

    Use this threaded discussion for your juicy questions about Integral Theory applied to international development. All those areas of inquiry that have you buzzing - from social holons, to masculine and feminine, to integral methodological pluralism - bring your discourse here, and dive right in....
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on April 19, 2007
  • A thread for those new to Integral Theory

    This discussion thread will focus on Integral Theory and the Integral Approach in more introductory terms, for those newly into this exploration. We will also begin to work with how an Integral Approach can be applied in international development.
    Posted to International Development (Forum) by drishti on April 19, 2007
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