Integrationalism: Essays on the rationale of abundance

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Think Enxit Press, May 13, 2010 - Philosophy - 204 pages
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Integrationalism is a philosophical framework that is inspiring new thought on the ideal transition from human creation, to human continuity, and finally to human cultivation, by acknowledging the technological extension that have yielded modern discovery, development, and deployment. Controversial topics encompassing the political, economic, socio-cultural, and technological gamut relay philosophical underpinnings that exploit the fundamental flaws in individualism, natural selection, competition, markets, protectionism, spirituality, absolute idealism, objectivism, and others, while offering an alternative of rational exploration and networked human potential.
 

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By far the most interesting read that I've had in a while.The notion that our culture is all wrong for our technology is an ideal that I haven't entertained before, but in Keith's presentation it makes good since and makes me wonder what I can do to start the change to integrationalism.

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I had a chance to read the manuscript this past week, and I have to write that the concept of Integrationalism is the most thought provoking set of ideals on human interaction that I've read in my time here. The ideas presented on harnessing the collective brain power of human kind were most interesting. Its true that easy access to education will transform our ability to build synergies across borders and beliefs. 

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PART THREE
101
Copyrights and Patents
176
About Author
190
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About the author (2010)

James Felton Keith is an academic and entrepreneur with the Enxit Group: A multinational IT Services and Equity Development firm that delivers the latest technological and financial solutions of the most affluent to disfavored market segments globally. Born into the age of moderation, Keith's intrigue with the culture of capitalism and the rapid integration of the world is the primary driver of his entrepreneurial and educational initiatives.

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