Integral Dabbling

The word “integral” connotes wholeness or completeness, like an integer.  What interests me is that, etymologically, integral also means un-touched.  The prefix “in” has a negative force (like “un-“ or “non-“), and “teg” comes from the Latin tangere (“to touch”). An integral philosophy would be a philosophy of untouched unity or untouched units.  How, then,Continue reading “Integral Dabbling”