alan kazlev Says: November 14th, 2006 at 2:16 pm Tusar said: “It really intrigues me, why can’t we just read a single book, The Life Divine and then resume this debate. No revelation, no esotericism, it’s pure philosophy in masterful English.”You know Tusar, you are completely right! And that would shift the emphasis from Wilberocentric to Integrocentric, since we would then be including more than one primary reference. Edward Berge Says: November 14th, 2006 at 3:44 pm To turn this back to the two truths, we saw various schools intepreted it in various ways, at times even in contradiction to each other. I think the “integral” tent can therefore accomodate various expressions, from Wilbercentric to Aurobindocentric to Derridacentric and beyond. And all are welcome here. In the babalyon of voices and views perhaps we can come to understand each other’s and our own views more clearly. Don’t feel that there is one true view to which you must subscribe to participate here. I’ll present my own views, of course, and you all feel free to do the same. And thanks for participating, actively and/or as a reader.