The quest for wholeness is an emerging movement in education and in organizations.
Integrative Learning and Action is a call to wholeness by poets, organizational theorists, scientists, lawyers, educators, philosophers, administrators, and contemplatives. In diverse ways the essays speak to an emerging desire for a different world – for different ways of learning, knowing, and being that draw upon the full spectrum of our cognitive, aesthetic, emotional, spiritual, and kinesthetic intelligences in order to create a wiser, more sustainable, and collaborative global society. The essays challenge us to chart a new integrative course for the future, to expand our thinking, and to re-enlist our hearts in the life-long journey of learning and living, and will be valuable to all who are engaged in the transformation occurring in education and the workplace.
New York, Bern, Berlin, Bruxelles, Frankfurt am Main, Oxford, Wien, 2006. X, 221 pp.
Contents: Susan M. Awbrey/Diane Dana/Vachel W. Miller/Phyllis Robinson/Merle M. Ryan/David K. Scott: Introduction: A Call
to Wholeness – Margaret J. Wheatley/David Whyte: A Conversation on Spirituality – Jennifer Gidley: Spiritual Epistemologies
and Integral Cosmologies: Transforming Thinking and Culture – Arthur Zajonc: Science and Spirituality - Finding the Right
Map – Eugene Halton: The Cosmic Fantasia of Life – Bruce Wilshire: Ways of Knowing – Diana Chapman Walsh: The Search for Meaning
and Uncommon Values – Riane Eisler: How Do We Educate for Partnership and Peace? Putting Spirituality into Action – Daniel
Goleman: Emotional Intelligence – Jon Kabat-Zinn: Wherever You Go, There You Are: Living Your Life as If It Really Matters
– Steven Keeva: On Being a Human at Law – Peter Senge: Spirituality in Business and Life: Asking the Right Questions – Mark
Kriger: Ways of Questioning That Can Transform Organizations - and People.