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Adherents (2005 [2001]), “Composite U.S. Demographics.”

Alexander, Charles and Ellen Langer, ed. (1990), Higher Stages of Human Development (New York: Oxford University Press).

American Atheists (2006), “The Ultimate Outsiders? New Report Casts Atheists as ‘Others’ Beyond Morality and Community in America.”

Andrews, Jim (2005a), “Twenty Boomeritis Blunders: Shoddy Scholarship, Salacious Sex, and Sham Spirituality.”

Andrews, Jim (2005), “Ken Wilber on Meditation: A Baffling Babbling of Unending Nonsense.”

Anthony, Dick, Bruce Ecker and Ken Wilber (1987), Spiritual Choices: The Problem of Recognizing Authentic Paths to Inner Transformation (New York: Paragon House).

Aurobindo, Sri (1953), Sri Aurobindo on Himself and on the Mother (Pondicherry, India: Sri Aurobindo Ashram).

Austin, Bill (1999), “Rev. Thomas Alhburn, Writer of Endorsements, Finally Meets Da.”

Bailey, David and Faye Bailey (2003), “The Findings.”

Bauwens, Michel (2006a), “Ken Wilber is Losing It.”

Bauwens, Michel (2006), “On the Logic of Cultism at the Integral Institutes.”

Bauwens, Michel (2004), “The cult of Ken Wilber.”

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Bentov, Itzhak (1977), Stalking the Wild Pendulum (Rochester, VT: Destiny Books).

Berreby, David (2005), Us And Them: Understanding Your Tribal Mind (New York: Little, Brown and Company).

Bharati, Agehananda (1976), The Light at the Center (Santa Barbara, CA: Ross-Erikson).

Blackmore, Susan (1991), “Is Meditation Good for You?” in New Scientist, July 6.

Bob, Sri (2000), The Knee of Daism: Deconstructing Adi Da.

Bohm, David (2003), The Essential David Bohm (New York: Routledge).

Bohm, David (1980), Wholeness and the Implicate Order (New York: Routledge).

Bohm, David (1973), “Quantum Theory as an Indication of a New Order in Physics—Implicate and Explicate Order in Physical Law,” in Physics (GB), 3.2, June.

Bohm, David and Basil J. Hiley (1993), The Undivided Universe: An Ontological Interpretation of Quantum Theory (New York: Routledge).

Bohm, David and F. David Peat (1987), Science, Order, and Creativity (New York: Bantam Books).

Bonder, Saniel (2003), “Waking Down in Mutuality.”

Bonder, Saniel (1990), The Divine Emergence of the World-Teacher (Clearlake, CA: The Dawn Horse Press).

Boucher, Tim (2005), “An Integral Approach to Conspiracy Theory.”

Branden, Nathaniel (1999), The Art of Living Consciously: The Power of Awareness to Transform Everyday Life (New York: Fireside).

Braun, Kirk (1984), Rajneeshpuram: The Unwelcome Society—“Cultures Collide in a Quest for Utopia” (Medford, OR: Scout Creek Press).

Brennan, Barbara Ann (1993), Light Emerging: The Journey of Personal Healing (Toronto: Bantam Books).

Brennan, Barbara Ann (1987), Hands of Light: A Guide to Healing Through the Human Energy Field (Toronto: Bantam Books).

Brent, Peter (1972), Godmen of India (London: Allen Lane).

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Carroll, Robert T. (2005d), “Ganzfeld,” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2005c), “Penile Plethysmograph (PPG),” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2005b), “Immanuel Velikovsky’s Worlds in Collision,” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2005a), “The Princeton Engineering Anomalies Research (PEAR),” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2005), “Gary Schwartz’s Subjective Evaluation of Mediums: Veritas or Wishful Thinking?” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2004), “Alien Abduction,” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carroll, Robert T. (2003), “The Skeptic’s Dictionary Newsletter 38.”

Carroll, Robert T. (1996), “Dogon and Sirius II,” in The Skeptic’s Dictionary.

Carruthers, Peter, Stephen Laurence and Stephen Stich, ed. (2005), The Innate Mind: Structure And Contents (New York: Oxford University Press).

Chamberlain, Jim (2006a), “‘Sorry, It’s Just Over Your Head’: Wilber’s Response to Recent Criticism.”

Chamberlain, Jim (2006), “Ken Wilber on Evolution: A Few Comments.”

Chopra, Deepak (2000), How to Know God: The Soul’s Journey into the Mystery of Mysteries (New York: Harmony Books).

Chopra, Deepak and Robert Thurman (2000), The Path to Enlightenment: Insights into Buddhism (Carlsbad, CA: Hay House Audio Books).

Chopra, Deepak and Robert Thurman (1999), God and Buddha—A Dialogue (Montauk, NY: Mystic Fire Video).

Clinton, Bill (2006), Address at the World Economic Forum.

Cohen, Andrew (2002), Living Enlightenment: A Call for Evolution Beyond Ego (Lenox, MA: Moksha Foundation).

Cohen, Andrew (1992), Autobiography of an Awakening (Corte Madera, CA: Moksha Foundation).

Colin, Molly, Peter Seidman and Tony Lewis (1985), “Defectors Voice Several Charges,” in Mill Valley Record, April 3.

Columbia Encyclopedia (2005), “Cannibalism.”

Cowan, Christopher (2006), in Sam Rose’s “P2P (Peer to Peer) and E-C Theory.”

Cowan, Christopher (2005a), “Response to Ken Wilber’s Response to ‘The Missing Links’ of Spiral Dynamics and Ken Wilber, a Posting by Bill Moyer on the Post-Conventional Politics (Post-Con Pol) Discussion List.”

Cowan, Christopher (2005), “What Do You Think About Writer Ken Wilber’s Representation of SD and Graves?”

Cowan, Christopher (2002), “Boomeritis or Bust....”

Da, Adi (1995), The Knee of Listening: The Early-Life Ordeal and the Radical Spiritual Realization of the Divine World-Teacher (Middletown, CA: The Dawn Horse Press).

Dace, Ted (2005), “The False Dilemma Between Neo-Darwinism and Intelligent Design.”

Dallman, Matthew (2006), “Ken Wilber,” June 8.

Dallman, Matthew (2005b), “Ken Wilber on Himself,” April 20.

Dallman, Matthew (2005a), “Let Me Set the Record Straight,” December 6.

Dallman, Matthew (2005), “Group Think and Accountability,” March 18.

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Davis, Stuart (1998), “16 Nudes.”

Dawkins, Richard (2008 [2006]), The God Delusion (New York: Mariner Books).

Dawkins, Richard (1986), The Blind Watchmaker: Why the Evidence of Evolution Reveals a Universe Without Design (New York: W. W. Norton & Company).

De Quincey, Christian (2001), “Critics Do. Critics Don’t: A Response to Ken Wilber.”

De Quincey, Christian (2000), “The Promise of Integralism: A Critical Appreciation of Ken Wilber’s Integral Psychology.”

Dennis, Eric (2001), “Quantum Mechanics and Dissidents,” in Objective Science, April.

Desilet, Gregory (2007), “Misunderstanding Derrida and Postmodernism: Ken Wilber and ‘Post-Metaphysics’ Integral Spirituality.”

Deval, Jacqueline (2008 [2003]), Publicize Your Book! An Insider’s Guide to Getting Your Book the Attention It Deserves (New York: Perigee).

Dutch, Steven (2001), “Velikovsky.”

Edis, Taner (2001), “Darwin in Mind: ‘Intelligent Design’ Meets Artificial Intelligence,” in Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 25, No. 2, March/April.

Edwards, Mark (2006), “Parallel Theories of an AQAL Approach to Relationality. Part 2. Altitude, Perspectives, and Integral Math.”

Elias (2000), “The New Pattern.”

Encyclopedia Britannica (2005), “Cannibalism.”

Falk, Geoffrey (2009 [2005]), Stripping the Gurus: Sex, Violence, Abuse and Enlightenment (Toronto: Million Monkeys Press).

Falk, Geoffrey (2007), “The Age of Wilberius: Facts and Reality vs. Ken Wilber’s ‘Integral Age.’”

Falk, Geoffrey (2004), The Science of the Soul: On Consciousness and the Structure of Reality (Nevada City, CA: Blue Dolphin Publishing).

Feuerstein, Georg (1992), Holy Madness (New York: Arkana).

Feynman, Richard (1989 [1985]), “Surely You’re Joking, Mr. Feynman!”: Adventures of a Curious Character (New York: Bantam).

Fredericks, Anthony D. (2000), Cannibal Animals: Animals That Eat Their Own Kind (London: Franklin Watts).

Gardner, Martin (2000), Did Adam and Eve Have Navels? Discourses on Reflexology, Numerology, Urine Therapy, and Other Dubious Subjects (New York: W. W. Norton & Company).

Gardner, Martin (1995), “Notes of a Fringe-Watcher,” in Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 19, No. 3, May/June.

Gardner, Martin (1978), “White and Brown Music, Fractal Curves and One-Over-f Fluctuations,” in Scientific American, April.

Goethean (2006), “Talk:Ken Wilber.”

Goethean (2005), “Goethea: An Online Notebook,” June 3.

Goldstein, Sheldon [Shelly] (2002), “Bohmian Mechanics,” in The Stanford Encyclopedia of Philosophy, Winter.

Goodall, Jane (1979), “Life and Death at Gombe,” in National Geographic, May.

Gordon, James (1987), The Golden Guru: The Strange Journey of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (Lexington, MA: The Stephen Greene Press).

Gottfredson, Linda S. (1998), “The General Intelligence Factor,” in Scientific American Presents, Winter.

Greene, Brian (2000 [1999]), The Elegant Universe: Superstrings, Hidden Dimensions, and the Quest for the Ultimate Theory (New York: Vintage).

Greenpeace (2003), “Saddam Huggers?” February 10.

Halbersma, Rein (2002), Geometry of Strings and Branes.

Hargens, Sean (2001), “Intersubjective Musings: A Response to Christian de Quincey’s ‘The Promise of Integralism.’”

Harris, Sam (2004), The End of Faith: Religion, Terror, and the Future of Reason (New York: W. W. Norton & Company, Inc.).

Hassan, Steven (2015 [1988]), Combating Cult Mind Control (Somerville, MA: Freedom of Mind Press).

Haugland, Jan (2004), “But what good is half a wing? - The Evolution of Flight.”

Hemsell, Rod (2002), “Ken Wilber and Sri Aurobindo: A Critical Perspective.”

Heron, John (1997), “A Way Out for Wilberians.”

Hiley, Basil and F. David Peat (1987), Quantum Implications: Essays in Honour of David Bohm (New York: Routledge).

Horgan, John (2003a), Rational Mysticism: Dispatches from the Border Between Science and Spirituality (New York: Houghton Mifflin Company).

Horgan, John (2003), “The Myth of the Totally Enlightened Guru.”

Huston, Tom (2005), “Calling All Spiriteers...,” in What Is Enlightenment? Issue 28.

Hyman, Ray (2003), “How Not to Test Mediums: Critiquing the Afterlife Experiments,” in Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 27, No. 1, January/February.

Integral (2004), “History.”

IntegralNaked (2004), “Who is Ken Wilber?”

Integrative Spirituality (2007), “The Board of Directors.”

John, Bubba Free (1974), Garbage and the Goddess: The Last Miracles and Final Spiritual Instructions of Bubba Free John (Lower Lake, CA: The Dawn Horse Press).

John, Da Free (1985), The Dawn Horse Testament (Middletown, CA: The Dawn Horse Press). Foreword at

John, Da Free (1980), Scientific Proof of the Existence of God Will Soon Be Announced by the White House! (Middletown, CA: The Dawn Horse Press). Foreword at

Johnson, George (1998), “Almost in Awe, Physicists Ponder ‘Ultimate’ Theory,” in the New York Times, September 22.

Kazlev, Alan (2004), “Ken Wilber and Sri Aurobindo.”

Kazlev, Alan (2003), “Ken Wilber and Adi Da.”

Klass, Philip J. (2000), “The New Bogus Majestic-12 Documents,” in Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 24, No. 3, May/June.

Kramer, Joel and Diane Alstad (1993), The Guru Papers: Masks of Authoritarian Power (Berkeley, CA: Frog, Ltd.).

Kurzweil, Ray (2000 [1999]), The Age of Spiritual Machines: When Computers Exceed Human Intelligence (New York: Penguin Books).

Lane, David Christopher (1996a), “The Paradox of Da Free John.”

Lane, David Christopher (1996), “Critique of Ken Wilber.”

Lane, David Christopher and Scott Lowe (1996), Da: The Strange Case of Franklin Jones.

Layton, Deborah (1998), Seductive Poison: A Jonestown Survivor’s Story of Life and Death in the Peoples Temple (New York: Anchor Books).

Lifton, Robert J. (2003), “American Apocalypse,” in The Nation, December 22.

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Lowe, Scott (1996), “The Strange Case of Franklin Jones.”

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Meyerhoff, Jeff (2006d), “Dismissal Vs. Debate: A Reply to Ken Wilber’s Audio Rebuttal.”

Meyerhoff, Jeff (2006c), “An ‘Intellectual Tragedy’: A Reply to Ken Wilber’s ‘What We Are, That We See.’”

Meyerhoff, Jeff (2006b), “What’s Worthy of Inclusion? A Reply to Mark Edwards.”

Meyerhoff, Jeff (2006a), “Six Criticisms of Wilber’s Integral Theory.”

Meyerhoff, Jeff (2006 [2003]), Bald Ambition: A Critique of Ken Wilber’s Theory of Everything.

Miller, Peter (1995), “Jane Goodall,” in National Geographic, December.

Minerd, Jeff (2000), “The Marriage of Sense and Soul by Ken Wilber,” in Skeptical Inquirer, Volume 24, No. 1, January/February.

Motoyama, Hiroshi (2000 [1992]), Karma and Reincarnation: A Key to Spiritual Evolution and Enlightenment (London: Piatkus).

Murphy, Michael (1998), The Kingdom of Shivas Irons (New York: Broadway Books).

Murphy, Michael (1992), The Future of the Body: Explorations into the Further Evolution of Human Nature (Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc.).

Murphy, Michael, Steven Donovan and Eugene Taylor (1997), The Physical and Psychological Effects of Meditation: A Review of Contemporary Research with a Comprehensive Bibliography, 1931–1996 (Petaluma, CA: Institute of Noetic Sciences).

Myers, PZ (2007), “Letter to a non-atheist New Atheist.”

Nanda, Meera (2003), “Trading Faith for Spirituality: The Mystifications of Sam Harris.”

Neary, Walt (1985), “Crazy Wisdom Bent Minds, Say Ex­Cultists,” in Lake County Record-Bee, April 11.

Oakes, Len (1997), Prophetic Charisma: The Psychology of Revolutionary Religious Personalities (Syracuse, NY: Syracuse University Press).

Odajnyk, V. Walter (1993), Gathering the Light: A Psychology of Meditation (Boston, MA: Shambhala Publications, Inc.).

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Papert, Seymour (1993), Mindstorms: Children, Computers, and Powerful Ideas (New York: Basic Books).

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Parker, Scott (2007), “Winning the Integral Game?”

Peat, F. David (1997), Infinite Potential: The Life and Times of David Bohm (Reading, MA: Addison-Wesley).

Penny, Bob (1993), Social Control in Scientology: A Look at the Methods of Entrapment.

Phipps, Carter (2007), “The REAL Evolution Debate: Everything you always wanted to know about evolution but the mass media wouldn’t tell you,” in What Is Enlightenment? Issue 35.

Phipps, Carter (2001), “I’m Optimistic: An Interview with Joe Firmage,” in What Is Enlightenment? Issue 19.

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Rainforth, Maxwell (2000), “A Rebuttal to ‘Voodoo Science.’”

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Randi, James (2003), “Swift: Online Newsletter of the JREF,” October 24.

Randi, James (2002a), “Swift: Online Newsletter of the JREF,” September 6.

Randi, James (2002), “Swift: Online Newsletter of the JREF,” September 13.

Randi, James (1982), Flim-Flam! Psychics, ESP, Unicorns and Other Delusions (Buffalo, NY: Prometheus Books).

Reynolds, Brad (2004), “Where’s Wilber At? The Further Evolution of Ken Wilber’s Integral Vision During the Dawn of the New Millennium.”

Robbins, Thomas and Dick Anthony, ed. (1982), In Gods We Trust: New Patterns of Religious Pluralism in America (New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Books).

Ross, Rick (2005), “Deepak Chopra.”

Ross, Rick (2003), “Is Dick Anthony a Full-Time Professional ‘Cult Apologist’?” in Cult News, March 27.

Rothberg, Donald and Sean Kelly, ed. (1998), Ken Wilber in Dialogue: Conversations with Leading Transpersonal Thinkers (Wheaton, IL: Quest Books).

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Schwartz, Gary with William L. Simon (2002), The Afterlife Experiments: Breakthrough Scientific Evidence of Life After Death (New York: Atria Books).

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Shambhala (2001), “On Critics, Integral Institute, My Recent Writing, and Other Matters of Little Consequence: A Shambhala Interview with Ken Wilber.”

Shermer, Michael (2005), “Enigma: The Faustian Bargain of David Irving.”

Singer, Margaret T. (2003 [1995]), Cults in Our Midst: The Continuing Fight Against Their Hidden Menace (San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.).

Smith, Andrew P. (2006a), “Holarchic Sense and Holarchic Nonsense.”

Smith, Andrew P. (2006), “An IMP Runs Amok: The Promise and the Problems of Wilber’s Integral Methodological Pluralism.”

Smith, Andrew P. (2004), “Contextualizing Ken: A Review of Jeff Meyerhoff’s Bald Ambition.”

Smith, Andrew P. (2003), “The Pros and Cons of Pronouns: My View of My View of Edwards’ View of Wilber’s View of Views.”

Smith, Andrew P. (2001a), “Why It Matters: Further Monologues with Ken Wilber.”

Smith, Andrew P. (2001), “All Four One and One for All: A (Somewhat Biased) Comparison of the Four Quadrant and One-Scale Models of Holarchy.”

Sokal, Alan and Jean Bricmont (1998), Fashionable Nonsense: Postmodern Intellectuals’ Abuse of Science (New York: St. Martin’s Press).

Stenger, Victor J. (2004), “Reality Check: The Evolution of Creationism,” in Skeptical Briefs, June 2004.

Strelley, Kate with Robert D. San Souci (1987), The Ultimate Game: The Rise and Fall of Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh (San Francisco, CA: Harper & Row, Publishers).

Suggestibility (2006), “Falling Down the TM® Rabbit Hole: How Transcendental Meditation Really Works, a Critical Opinion.”

Sullivan, Meg (2005), “Media Bias Is Real, Finds UCLA Political Scientist,” in UCLA Newsroom, December 14.

Tarlo, Luna (1997), The Mother of God (Brooklyn, NY: Plover Press).

Time (1978), “Animals That Kill Their Young,” January 9.

Underwood, Mick (2005), “Social Influence—Conformity.”

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Van der Horst, Brian (1997), “A Light in the Wilberness.”

Visser, Frank (2006), “Games Pandits Play: A Reply to Ken Wilber’s Raging Rant.”

Visser, Frank (2003), Ken Wilber: Thought As Passion (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press).

Vomiting Confetti (2005), “Awaken White Morpheus,” May 27.

Wade, Jenny (1996), Changes of Mind: A Holonomic Theory of the Evolution of Consciousness (Albany, NY: State University of New York Press).

Walsh, Roger and Frances Vaughan, ed. (1993), Paths Beyond Ego: The Transpersonal Vision (Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc.).

Walsh, Roger and Frances Vaughan, ed. (1988), A Gift of Healing: Selections from A Course in Miracles (Los Angeles: Jeremy P. Tarcher, Inc.).

Waterhouse, Lynn (2006), “Multiple Intelligences, the Mozart Effect, and Emotional Intelligence: A Critical Review” (Educational Psychologist, 41:4, 207-25).

Weber, Renee (1986), Dialogues with Scientists and Sages: The Search for Unity (New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul).

WHAT Enlightenment??! (2005), “WHAT enlightenment??! An Uncensored Look at Self-Styled ‘Guru’ Andrew Cohen.”

White, John (1997), “The Experience of God-Realization,” in Noumenon: A Newsletter for the Nondual Perspective.

Wikipedia (2006c), “Addiction.”

Wikipedia (2006b), “Narcissism (Psychology).”

Wikipedia (2006a), “Ressentiment.”

Wikipedia (2006), “Amnesty International.”

Wilber, Ken (2007a), “Ken explains how he can synthesize so much information....”

Wilber, Ken (2007), “Re: Some Criticisms of My Understanding of Evolution.”

Wilber, Ken (2006e), Integral Spirituality: A Startling New Role for Religion in the Modern and Postmodern World (Boston, MA: Integral Books).

Wilber, Ken (2006d), “Take the Visser Site as Alternatives to KW, But Never as the Views of KW.”

Wilber, Ken (2006c), “What Would Wyatt Do? Follow-Up #3.”

Wilber, Ken (2006b), “On the Nature of Shadow Projections in Forums. Follow-Up #2.”

Wilber, Ken (2006a), “What We Are, That We See. Part II: What is the Real Meaning of This?”

Wilber, Ken (2006), “What We Are, That We See. Part I: Response to Some Recent Criticism in a Wild West Fashion.”

Wilber, Ken (2005a), “The Taboo of (Inter)Subjectivity. Part 2. Why Does Dirt Get Up and Start Writing Poetry?” on Integral Naked, June 20.

Wilber, Ken (2005), “Q-Munity Reviews.”

Wilber, Ken (2004a), “Ken Stops His Brain Waves!” (

Wilber, Ken (2004), “A Suggestion for Reading the Criticisms of My Work.”

Wilber, Ken (2003d), “The War in Iraq.”

Wilber, Ken (2003c), Kosmic Consciousness (Boulder, CO: Sounds True).

Wilber, Ken (2003b), “Excerpt C: The Ways We Are in This Together: Intersubjectivity and Interobjectivity in the Holonic Kosmos.”

Wilber, Ken (2003a), “On the Nature of a Post-Metaphysical Spirituality: Response to Habermas and Weis.”

Wilber, Ken (2003), “Excerpt G: Toward a Comprehensive Theory of Subtle Energies.”

Wilber, Ken (2002), “RNase Enzyme Deficiency Disease: Wilber’s Statement About His Health.”

Wilber, Ken (2001d), Speaking of Everything (Menlo Park, CA: Enlightenment.Com).

Wilber, Ken (2001c), “Do Critics Misrepresent My Position? A Test Case from a Recent Academic Journal.”

Wilber, Ken (2001b), A Theory of Everything: An Integral Vision for Business, Politics, Science and Spirituality (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2001a [1979]), No Boundary: Eastern and Western Approaches to Personal Growth (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2001), Boomeritis: A Novel That Will Set You Free! (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2000f), “Introduction to Volume 7 of the Collected Works.”

Wilber, Ken (2000e), “Waves, Streams, States, and Self—A Summary of My Psychological Model (Or, Outline of an Integral Psychology).”

Wilber, Ken (2000d), “Announcing the Formation of Integral Institute.”

Wilber, Ken (2000c [1996]), A Brief History of Everything (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2000b), Integral Psychology: Consciousness, Spirit, Psychology, Therapy (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2000a), One Taste: The Journals of Ken Wilber (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (2000), Sex, Ecology, Spirituality, second edition (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1999b), “Introduction to the Fourth Volume 4 [sic] of the Collected Works.”

Wilber, Ken (1999a [1998]), The Marriage of Sense and Soul: Integrating Science and Religion (New York: Broadway Books).

Wilber, Ken (1999), “Ken Wilber’s Response to John Heron.”

Wilber, Ken (1998b), “An Update on the Case of Adi Da.”

Wilber, Ken (1998a), “Letter to the Adi Da Community.”

Wilber, Ken (1998), The Eye of Spirit: An Integral Vision for a World Gone Slightly Mad (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1996a), “The Case of Adi Da.”

Wilber, Ken (1996), A Brief History of Everything (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1995), Sex, Ecology, and Spirituality (Boston, MA: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1993 [1977]), The Spectrum of Consciousness, second edition (Wheaton, IL: Quest Books).

Wilber, Ken (1991), Grace and Grit: Spirituality & Healing in the Life & Death of Treya Killam Wilber (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1983b), A Sociable God: Toward a New Understanding of Religion (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1983a), Up from Eden (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1983), Eye to Eye (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1982), The Holographic Paradigm and Other Paradoxes (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Wilber, Ken (1980), The Atman Project: A Transpersonal View of Human Development (Boulder, CO: Shambhala).

Zablocki, Benjamin (2001), “Methodological Fallacies in Anthony’s Critique of Exit Cost Analysis.”

Zimbardo, Philip G. (2004b), “A Situationist Perspective on the Psychology of Evil: Understanding How Good People are Transformed into Perpetrators,” in A. G. Miller, ed., The Social Psychology of Good and Evil (New York: Guilford Press).

Zimbardo, Philip G. (2004), “Stanford Prison Experiment Slide Show.”

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