Ken Wilber - Life Footnotes, Volume I: The Early Years
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If you haven't already heard of him, Ken Wilber is one of the most important philosophers in the world today. Often referred to as "the Einstein of consciousness," Ken is the originator of the first truly comprehensive or integrative philosophy, aptly named Integral Theory-"one of the first believable world philosophies," as Ken himself puts it. Incorporating cultural studies, anthropology, systems theory, developmental psychology, biology, and spirituality, it has been applied in fields as diverse as sustainability, psychotherapy, spirituality, education, business, medicine, politics, sports, and art.
Featuring over 4 hours of stunning high-definition video, this first volume of the Life Footnotes collection is your very best chance to get to know the life and work of Ken Wilber. Experience Ken like you never have before as he shares intimate details about his childhood, his college years, and his personal and spiritual life. He also describes the first major phases of his writing career, some of his most important contributions, and how his thinking has evolved over the decades.
You will find Ken to be a masterful storyteller, weaving 1st-person narrative and 3rd-person philosophy together into a compelling, deeply touching, and often hilarious chronicle of his life-offering us a unique window into his extraordinary mind, his immense heart, and his tireless passion to leave this world just a little more whole than he found it.
If you are new to the work of Ken Wilber, you really could not ask for a better introduction, as Ken makes Integral thought and practice more accessible and entertaining than ever. If you are a long-time integral student, or just a big fan his work, you will see Ken in a whole new light as he shares stories that he has never publicly shared before.