The Fire of Freedom
A brief (and slightly speculative) three-thousand-year history of women's spiritual uprisings and their impact on Western culture
God's Playing a New Game
Integral Spirituality, Evolutionary Enlightenment, and the Future of Religion
Andrew Cohen’s twenty years of experience as a spiritual teacher provides dynamic counterpoint to Ken Wilber’s comprehensive integral theory. The result is more than an exchange of ideas, as “guru and pandit” bring their rigorous inquiry and passion to this lively exploration of Wilber’s new manifesto.
Where Are the Women?
Noting the surprising absence of women at the leading
edge of cultural change, Debold asks what happened to the
revolution that women started in the last half of the 20th
century—and calls women to once again aspire to transform
the status quo.
The Elevenfold Liberation
The author of The Headless Way points to eleven exits from the prison of the unenlightened state.
A New Consciousness For a World In Crisis
Geopolitical activist Dr. Don Beck shines new light on our greatest global challenges
From AIDS in Africa to the war in Iraq, Don Beck provides surprising
insight into the cultural forces driving the news of the day.
Human Purpose and the Field of the Future
Impressions of Our Emerging Future
From the far out to the close at hand, four futurists zoom out for a bird's eye view on the global changes we're experiencing now and can anticipate in the future—each outlining both the unprecedented challenges and mind-spinning opportunities humanity faces in the minutes and years to come
The Challenge of Our Moment
A Roundtable Discussion with Don Beck, Brian Swimme, & Peter Senge
WIE calls on some of today's most pioneering evolutionary minds in geopolitics, cosmology, organizational development, and spirituality to help us understand how humanity can move forward amidst the multifaceted challenges of our moment in history.
The Never-Ending Upward Quest
A WIE Editor Encounters the Practical and Spiritual Wisdom of Spiral Dynamics
Change-wizard Don Beck guides us on a monumental and mind-bending journey through spiraling stages and “colors” of consciousness. Editor Jessica Roemischer explains why, when it comes to spiritual transformation, it ain't easy being “green.”
Transformation by Design
Founder of Visa International and self-made philosopher Dee Hock invokes the new science of complexity theory to show how human organizations can become powerful agents for evolutionary transformation.
Suggestions of a Larger Purpose
The insightful author of The Moral Animal and Nonzero reflects on the dynamics of evolution and speculates about an emerging global consciousness.
Is God a Pacifist?
Exploring the Meaning of Peace, Nonviolence, and Pacifism in a Post 9/11 World
Is peace the answer to a world in chaos? Against the backdrop of 9/11 and Iraq, WIE asks the hard questions about just wars and religious violence, and explores the relationship between our deepest spiritual principles and the politics of an evolving global society.
An Ironic Army
Can two recent books about young people and spirituality—Dharma Punx and Red Moon Rising—help Gen Y overcome irony and apathy in order to save the world?
Conversations with My Father
Postmodernism, morality, and the evolution of a father-daughter relationship
WIE editor Jessica Roemischer traverses four decades of postmodernity and life with her philosopher father, in an autobiographical odyssey replete with the freedoms, disappointments, and newfound potential of a world beyond tradition.
Shifting Moral Ground
The Dilemma of Ethics in an Out-of-Control World
How do we make the right choices in a globalizing, pluralistic society? WIE looks beyond our postmodern “do-your-own-thing” ethos to explore the emerging edge of an evolutionary morality.
The Bahá'í Faith
A Modern Tradition
Hear what the Bahá'í Faith, one of the newest additions to the world's religious canon, has to say about the unique evolutionary potential of our time.
Traditions on the Edge
Can the past meet the future?
Enter a multidimensional journey through history, cyberspace (and small-town America) as a broad spectrum of religious authorities takes on the burning question: How can the world's great traditions cope with the complexities of human life in the 21st century and beyond?