You are the river: An interview with Ken WilberTue, April 29, 2008 - 7:29 PM permalink - 0 comments
The integral philosopher explains the difference between religion, New Age fads and the ultimate reality that traditional science can't touch.
By Steve Paulson
April 28, 2008 | Ken Wilber may be the most important living philosopher you've never heard of. He's written dozens of books but you'd be hard-pressed to find his name in a mainstream magazine. Still, Wilber has a passionate -- almost cultlike -- following in certain circ... read more
Laurent DuboisTue, April 29, 2008 - 10:27 AM permalink - 0 comments
Michigan State University
Haitian Vodou has long been viewed through a distorted lens by outsiders. In the nineteenth century, as the Republic of Haiti suffered from a unique degree of economic and political isolation implemented and enforced by the powerful slaveholding empires and nations that surrounded it, Vodou was commonly represented as the ultimate antithesis of “civilization,” as a case of African superstition reborn in the Americas. During the U.S.... read more