Category Archives: Issues

4/28 – Hilary Bradbury and William Torbert on Eros/Power

Issues / Fresh Perspective / April-June 2016

Hilary Bradbury and William Torbert

About the Authors

Hilary Bradbury, Ph.D., is an Adjunct Professor in the Division of Management at Oregon Health & Science University (OHSU). Her research, scholarly activism and teaching focus on the human and organizational dimensions of creating healthy communities. At OHSU she teaches in the OHSU-PSU joint MBA in Healthcare Management program and in the physician leadership development programs.  She also develops the action research approach to Community Based Participatory Research for Health.

Hilary …

8/19 – In Memorium: Tom Thresher

Issues / In Memorium / August-November 2015

Tom Thresher

Tom Thresher

May 6th 1949 – July 9th 2015

I first made contact with Tom Thresher in 2009.  Russ Volckmann, the Publisher of Integral Publishers, passed me his email address and phone number along with a message along the lines, “… I think you two should chat.”  I waited a few days before dropping him an email.  In the back of my mind was this conversation saying, “What’s a nice Jewish Boy like you going to say to …

8/19 – Ancient Greek & Andean Ideas Can Be Integral and Useful to Sustain an Integral Economy Today

Issues / Feature Articles / August-November 2015

Giorgio Piacenza

Some ancient seminal ideas from previous Earth-respecting traditions – in spite of originating in largely pre-modern stage societies – are still essentially compatible TODAY with Integral Theory and with other integrative approaches. These are integral-level ideas embedded across time within the main cultural-social developmental stages. Apparently, many of these ideas did occur in agrarian economies like those of the Ancient Greeks and the Andean pre-Hispanic.

Economist Jorge Alberto Montoya Maquin, knowledgeable in Andean cosmology and traditions, studied …

6/16 – ITC 2015: Get Ready for Four Days and Three Nights of Integral Living in California Wine Country

Issues / Announcements / April - June 2015

Jordan Luftig

staff_headshot_jordan-luftig_100914With one month before the fourth Integral Theory Conference gets underway, I have to say that the public’s perception of ITC 2015 probably falls short of the amazing reality we have in store for conference participants. We don’t have the requisite marketing and social media muscle at MetaIntegral Foundation, or through our new conference partner at Sonoma State University (SSU), The HUB: An Integral Center for Diversity, Vitality, and Creativity. As a result, folks may not know that …