"Integral theory is an all-inclusive framework that draws on the key insights of the world’s greatest knowledge traditions.The awareness gained from drawing on all truths and perspectives allows the Integral thinker to bring new depth,clarity and compassion to every level of human endeavor — from unlocking individual potential to finding new approaches to global-scale problems."
Source: Integral Institute
The Ubuntu Network is an open Code company. Thus, as a principle, we are not tied to any specific methodology, since we believe in the constant construction of new models and
new theories. We say that the Ubuntu Network operates in "eternal beta".
However, this doesn't mean that we are not inspired by certain lines for creation and application of our approaches. There are two models in the Ubuntu Network that serve as reference for our journeys.
The first one is the PURPOSE model.
The second is the Integral Theory.
The integral Theory, that has great exponent the thinker Ken Wilber, is a framework that helps us to see ourselves and the world around us, to act and relate with others in a more integral manner and to measure our individual and collective actions within the system in which we are inserted.
A theory that includes and constantly transcends, and is not tied to any knowledge area in detriment of other. An approach which seeks to include different perspectives and truths, and form a more integral model for us to reflect, act and relate with the world. The Integral Theory is totally aligned with our belief that the education includes the development of the human being not only mental, but also physically, emotionally and spiritually.
In our page of Books you will find some indications, in case you want to get deeper in the theme.
As a great inspiration for a large part of our work, below are the four quadrants of the Integral Theory.
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