Integral Institute Australia is pleased to host the following further presentation by Gerard Bruitzman, drawing on the leading thinkers and advocates in integral politics:

Working for Integrative Dynamics in Politics


In an integrative worldview, there are interacting with each other at least 8 levels of self, 8 families of methodologies, and 12 niches of reality. An integrative account of politics needs to become aware of the interplay of these diverse perspectives in people and their groups on local, national and global stages.

The ideas expressed are those of the respective authors.


Working for Integrative Dynamics in Politics

2 thoughts on “Working for Integrative Dynamics in Politics

  • October 30, 2015 at 11:40 am

    Comment by Robert Maxwell
    Submitted on 2015/10/27 at 5:42 pm
    I am interested in this. I am just finishing a fairly amateurish presentation on Conservatives /Progressives a Quadrant analysis. There are differences in all 4 quadrants, we are 2 tribes, one people. I see this as a new distinction in Types. there are very clear distinctions in brain structure, genetics and brain chemistry in UR. I would love some help. I will soon present this to Hot Futures, believed to be the longest functioning salon group in Brisbane, about 15 yrs I think. Do I have any interest?

  • October 31, 2015 at 9:42 am

    Robert, thank you for your curiosity about a quadrant analysis of the Conservative/Progressive divide.
    Steve McIntosh and Carter Phipps have conducted a number of events exploring this Right/Left polarity in the USA, go to They provide lots of interesting insights into the dynamics of both Right and Left views, and indicate what could be done to depolarise these views and generate dialogues to discover common grounds. I wish you well in your initiative.


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