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Jeremy Johnson on the 2013 Integral Theory Conference and the Ecology of Ideas

“Everything that Rises…” Or Synthetic Thought, Florilegium and the Networked Age: ITC 2013.

English: spider web with fog droplets, San Fra...

My friend Jeremy is the official blogger for ITC 2013 here in San Francisco. I’m completely with him in his call for a move away from integral theory as an assimilation of other ideas to a more decentralized and rhizomatic network-logic where the whole point of theoretical integration is to get ideas to evolve, which is to say, to have mutant babies with each other.






2 responses to “Jeremy Johnson on the 2013 Integral Theory Conference and the Ecology of Ideas”

  1. sam Avatar

    Yes! Cheers to the evolution of Integral and to Jeremy’s blog. I hope your endorsement means that you’ll be at the conference to participate in the moropoiesis (baby-making).

    1. Matthew David Segall Avatar

      Unfortunately I won’t be able to make it in person! I’ll be out of town this weekend. But I’ll be listening to the recording of your pannel and participating online in whatever way I can.

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