The human synthesis
Human development "is a very messy affair" (Wilber, 2000, p. 7) that may not be sorted out by staring through a single lens. As new lenses emerge, the competing perspectives in the academic and scientific community seem no different from the quarrels over philosophy and religion that seem to have been a fundamental part of the human equation throughout history.
Arguably, the academic and scientific communities seem to be attempting to answer the same questions that have plagued humans throughout history, excitedly publishing "discoveries" of insights that have been known for centuries in religion, philosophy, and common sense.
The human synthesis section will include the following articles:
- Eclecticism: Transcending myopia for a fuller understanding of human development
- Integrating disparate lenses to see the elephant
- The enduring mystery of consciousness
- Science of nature and nurture