A Brief History of Everything

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Shambhala Publications, 2007 - Philosophy - 548 pages
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In a breathtaking trip from the Big Bang to the Postmodern world we inhabit, Ken Wilber examines the universe and our place in it, and comes up with an accessible and entertaining account of how it all fits together. Along the way he sheds light not only on the great cosmic questions but on various contentious issues of our day, such as changing gender roles, environmentalism, diversity and multiculturalism, even the meaning of the Internet. A Brief History of Everything is the perfect introduction to the great Integral thinker at his wise and witty best.
 

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Wilber has taken the widest canvas - which is existence. including both Nature and Spirit. He has dealt with the subject with honesty and lucidness. His effort seems to be to come with an integral view - by combining materialist right and idealist left, taking best of both and "more". What is that "more" as his value-add is unclear to me.
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nature -its laws and creations are a mystery in itself
unravelling is a marvel
marvelling at it itself is unravelling the nature
the hindu philosophy of ADVAITA clarifies all-j varadharajan

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Ken Wilber is the developer of an integral "theory of everything" that embraces the truths of all the world's great psychological, scientific, philosophical, and spiritual traditions. He founded the Integral Institute, a think-tank for studying issues of science and society, in 2000. Wilber is the author of twenty books.

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