Mark Edwards on the Problems of AQAL as TOE

What should be seen/experienced/cognized more as an Interpretive (1p) model of reality becomes a structural (3p) one.

clipped from www.integralworld.net

When the AQAL model is only ever presented in terms of a TOE application it becomes very easy for it to be reified into a type of spatial-temporal map of reality. To borrow a distinction pointed out by Clifford Geertz (1993), the AQAL model is too often seen as a structural model of reality, rather than as an interpretive model for reality. As a structural model of reality it is then assumed by many to be a space-time reference map of the Kosmos rather than an interpretive tool for rendering more coherent the great complexities of the Kosmos.

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