Chapter 1 Note on Abbreviations Chapter 2 Preface Chapter 3 Acknowledgments Chapter 4 Introduction: "An Integral Via Negativa: What Ken Wilber is Not" Chapter 5 "Integral Literary Theory vs. Adversary Culture" Chapter 6 "Ken Wilber, Sharon Olds and 9/11: An Integrative Process of Interpretation" Chapter 7 "The Imagination as a Spiritual Path: Wordsworth's Integral Way of Knowing" Chapter 8 "Ken Wilber, Hegel and The Red Badge of Courage" Chapter 9 "A Larger Truth: The Paradox of Literary Journalism" Chapter 10 "Alexander Pope's 'To a Lady' and Ken Wilber's Stance on Gender" Chapter 11 "When a Hedgehog Sights a Kestrel: Murdoch, Wilber and a 'Strong, Agile Realism" Chapter 12 "What Wilber gets wrong about Plotinus" Chapter 13 "Wilber and Jung: One Map, Two Tastes?" Chapter 14 "An Eye on Integral Art" Chapter 15 Notes
James Lough directs the writing department at the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). His book, Sites of Insight, published by the University Press of Colorado, won the Publications Prize from the Colorado Endowment for the Humanities. He also won the Frank Waters Southwestern Writing Award for short fiction, and he has published more than sixty articles, short stories, and book reviews. Patricia Herron is a philosophy and religious studies professor, a writer, poet, artist, seminar lecturer, and lifelong seeker of Truth that can only be heard within the silence of the soul. This quest is apparent in her works of art and her teaching; "life at all costs" is her scream. She is currently teaching at Chemeketa Community College and writes for the journal, Vision in Action.