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]]>I was delighted to see this post. I am a student from the California Institute of Integral Studies (different from the Integral Institute in CO), studying integral ecology in the same program where Sean Esbjorn-Hargens got his degree (he was several years ahead of me, so I did not get a chance to meet him while he was there).

I’ve also been drawn in by the OOO/Speculative Realism/Integral Theory relationship. It seems to me quite fruitful. I am more familiar with the Integral Ecology book in particular than I am with Wilber’s integral theory in general (there are multiple approaches to integral philosophy) but I do know one or two people who would definitely be interested in such a group, and could probably add an interesting dimension to the conversation. If it sounds interesting, keep me in the loop.

-Adam

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