Tuesday, June 04, 2013

Integral Review - International Symposium: Research Across Boundaries, Part 1

A new issue of the Integral Review is now available online. As always, it's open access (Creative Commons). This is a special issue focusing on research across boundaries. It's cool to see an article by Michael Kimmel, a noted cognitive scientist who works with cognitive linguistics, metaphor, imagery, socio-cultural embodiment, and literary cognition - and more recently, Enactive Cognitive Science, with an ethnographic focus.


Special Issue:

International Symposium:
Research Across Boundaries, Part 1
 Editor: Markus Molz
 Co-Editor: Mark G. Edwards
Volume 9, No. 2

June 2013


Issue's Abstracts
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Research Across Boundaries: Introduction to the First Part of the Special Issue
Markus Molz & Mark G. Edwards

1
Impressions from the Luxemburg Symposium Research Across Boundaries
Jonathan Reams & K. Helmut Reich
12


Surprises Ahead: What Will Be Special about the 21st Century? Why Do We  Now Need Boundary-Crossing Research?
Ruben Nelson

Varieties of Boundary Crossings
V. V. Raman    

27
Networks of Agape and Creativity: Learning Across Boundaries and the Calling of Planetary Realizations
Ananta Kumar Giri  
38


Toward a Genealogy and Topology of Western Integrative Thinking
Gary P. Hampson

46
From Knowledge to Wisdom: Assessment and Prospects after Three Decades
Nicholas Maxwell

76
Towards a New Art of Integration
Ananta Kumar Giri

113
Against Consilience: Outsider Scholarship and the Isthmus Theory of Knowledge Domains
Mike King

123
Global Knowledge Futures: Articulating the Emergence of a New Meta-level Field
Jennifer M. Gidley

145
Towards an Integral Meta-Studies: Describing and Transcending Boundaries in the Development of Big Picture Science
Mark G. Edwards

173
The Transdisciplinary Moment(um)
Julie Thompson Klein

189
Visions of Transmodernity: A New Renaissance of our Human History?
Irena Ateljevic

200
Cybersemiotics: A New Foundation for Transdisciplinary Theory of Information, Cognition, Meaningful Communication and the Interaction Between Nature and Culture
Soren Brier

220
Listening into the Dark: An Essay Testing the Validity and Efficacy of Collaborative Developmental Action Inquiry for Describing and Encouraging Transformations of Self, Society, and Scientific Inquiry
William R. Torbert

264
The Arc from the Body to Culture: How Affect, Proprioception, Kinesthesia, and Perceptual Imagery Shape Cultural Knowledge (and vice versa)  
Michael Kimmel

300
Integrating Conceptions of Human Progress  
Rick Szostak

349
New Departures in Tackling Urban Climate Change: Transdisciplinarity for Social Transformation (a critical appraisal of the WBGU 2011 Report)
Christoph Woiwode                    
      
384
Transdisciplinary Consumption
Sue L.T. McGregor
413
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