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The Set: The
Collected Works of Ken Wilber: Volume One Through Eight by Ken Wilbur, edited by
Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume One: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber The Spectrum of Consciousness: No Boundary by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Two: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber: Up from Eden: The Atman by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Three: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber: A Sociable God: Eye to Eye by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Four: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber Essays on Transpersonal Psychology by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Five: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber Grace and Grit : Spirituality and Healing in the Life and Death of Treya Killam Wilber by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Six: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber: Sex, Ecology, and Spirituality by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Seven: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber Brief History of Everything : The Eye of the Spirit by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
Volume Eight: The Collected Works of Ken Wilber: The Marriage of Sense and Soul: One Taste by Ken Wilbur, edited by Nandini Lee (Shambhala Publications)
THE MARRIAGE OF SENSE AND SOUL: Integrating Science and Religion by Ken Wilber ($23.00, Hardcover, 224 pages, Random House, ISBN: 0375500545) $24.95, AUDIO CASSETTE (Audio Renaissance Tapes) THE MARRIAGE OF SENSE AND SOUL is a sensible discussion of how to mend the rift between science and religion. There is arguably no more critical and pressing topic than the relation of science and religion in the modern world. Science has given us the methods for discovering truth, while religion remains the single greatest force for generating meaning. Yet the two are seen as mutually exclusive, with wrenching consequences for humanity THE MARRIAGE OF SENSE AND SOUL is built upon the major work of Wilbers SEX, ECOLOGY, SPIRITUALITY and is further confirmation that he is one of the most informed popular voices in philosophy today. Wilber has carefully described the false ideologies of science, scholarship and new age writings that perpetuate the false fissures between a thoughtful alliance of religion and science. He attempts to delineate the basic tenets of all religion and the general foundations of science while providing illuminating commentary about the fundamental nature of our postmodern society: the separation of art, morals, and science. It is this capacity to discriminate upon various premises that pits science and religion against one another. Yet, Wilber maintains ironically that this polarization proves to be the best door to a reconciliation between the camps. Wilber proposes, perhaps unawares of his Hegelian presuppositions that, without requiring drastic modification of the way either party perceives itself, science and religion can coexist within a single framework, each playing a different role, yet married in our quest to understand the universe. In the process, Wilber examines the work of many of the pivotal scientific discoveries since the Enlightenment, as well as some of the most influential thinkers of all time. Enough is here to perplex a tenured historian, yet his course is so clearly charted that the reader comes away from THE MARRIAGE OF SENSE AND SOUL not with confusion, but a feeling of completing a momentous and insightful journey. In pointing the way to a union between truth and meaning, Ken Wilber has created an elegant and accessible book that is breathtaking in its scope.
Ken Wilbers first book, The Spectrum of Consciousness, written when he was only twenty-three, was hailed as "the most sensible, comprehensive book about consciousness since William James." Decidedly one of the foremost independent philosophers working today, his books have deeply influences the American reception of Buddhism and the conceptual foundations of transpersonal psychology. His writings make accessible discussions often not otherwise accessible to general readers.
THE EYE OF THE SPIRIT: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad by Ken Wilber ($25.00, hardcover, 414 pages, notes, bibliography, index, Shambhala, 1-57062-276-0
What would a truly integral culture look like, a culture that included soul and spirit as well as body and mind? Ken Wilber, self-taught pop consciousness philosopher, attempts to revisit some of his most enduring formulations in this new book. Wilber uses his widely acknowledged "spectrum of consciousness" model to completely rework the conceptual apparatus of psychology, spirituality, anthropology, cultural studies, art and literary theory, ecology, feminism, and planetary transformation. In the mean time he finds time to answer some of his critics and reformulate some of his principle insights into the fabric of consciousness. This work will appeal to his growing following. Wilber is definitely one of the most consistently visionary and fair minded American philosophers working today. His theories have a synthetic grasp of large fields of inquiry. It is this fullness of vision that gives his work such appeal. He may fudge the details but his overall view usually inspires.
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