Integrationalism: Essays Exploiting Spiritual Disincentives for Humanity

By James Felton Keith.

Published by Religion in Society, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing

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Integrationalism is a thought framework built on the notion that all things in existence are physiologically interconnected in the sub-atomic domain as it is understood in string theory. These collections of essays exploiting spiritual disincentives for humanity make necessary linkages between individualism and spirituality(ism). Integrationalism identifies classical individualistic understandings and virtues as the root cause of human-kind’s most daunting PEST (political, economic, sociological, and technological) problems. This text establishes that spirituality (and all of its subordinate ideologies) endorses individualism; compelling an end of separation, rendering it impossible to implement the kinds of pervasive harmonies that spiritual rhetoric holds in modernity. Through an economic analysis of decision incentives, this text explores historic philosophy on the subject of spirituality and individualism; as well as, modern social sentiment/problems/solution sets. This exploration is important in establishing an ethical model for future human (and technological) interaction, free from the ambiguities produced by individualistic philosophy.
Thought experiments and Questions related to:
The objective of spirituality
The physical of individuality
The potential of self-actualization
The degrees of individual separation
The value of commodification
The relativity of morals
The definition of Integrationalism

Keywords: Spiritual, Historic Philosophy, Social, Self-Actualization

Book: Electronic (PDF File; 6.603MB). Book: Print (Paperback). Published by Religion in Society, a book imprint by Common Ground Publishing.

James Felton Keith

Visitng Faculty, Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan, USA

James Felton Keith is an author, economics analyst, engineer, and futurist. Keith is currently visiting faculty at the Michigan State University, Chairman of the Enxit Group of companies, and he is a frequent lecturer on issues of ethics, economics, and transhumanism as elaborated in his 2010 book Integrationalism: Essays on the rationale of abundance.