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By: Lyn Lord

This special issue devoted to Integral Business contains 13 contributions. The issue features a wide range of content that includes case studies, field reports, original research, and innovative models of doing business. Natura, Brazil's leading cosmetics company, played an important role in supporting the issue's publication. 

We open the issue with Dean Anderson’s “An Integrated System for Organizational Transformation.”...

By: Lyn Lord

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Alderman, B. (2012). The Participatory Turn: Spirituality, Mysticism, Religious Studies, by Jorge N. Ferrer and Jacob H. Sherman (Eds.). Journal of Integral Theory and Practice...

By: Lyn Lord

Nearly a third of the current issue is devoted to the opening article by Paul Marshall and a personal exchange Marshall had with Roy Bhaskar, the founder of Critical Realism. Marshall gives "a relatively detailed and accessible overview for integral theorists of critical realist ontology, in all its phases." Following the Marshall and Bhaskar pieces is a commentary by Ken Wilber.

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By: Lyn Lord

Guy du Plessis is the Clinical Director of Drakenstein Addiction Recovery Center in Wellington, South Africa. He is the developer of the Integrated Recovery Model and Integrated Recovery Therapy, and also is the first to pioneer and implement an integrally informed clinical model within an inpatient addiction treatment clinic. Du Plessis' current article, his third published in JITP, uses Integral Methodological Pluralism (IMP) to elucidate an Integral Model of Addiction.

In the article, Du Plessis explores some of the most prominent models and theories of addiction derived from...

By: Lyn Lord

The September issue showcases prominent authors whose work has appeared in previous issues of JITP and also introduces several new scholar-practitioners. There is a strong global feel to this issue with authors coming from Australia, Canada, England, Japan, the Netherlands, South Africa, South Korea, and the United States. In terms of content, the articles range from theory building to introducing new practices, and from applied examples to disciplinary reflections. In short, this issue represents a nice blend of perspectives along several axes of value.

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