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On the development of beliefs vs

@inproceedings{Murray2010OnTD,
  title={On the development of beliefs vs},
  author={Tom Murray},
  year={2010}
}
Introduction This article explores what an integral or second tier approach to belief-holding might entail. What do integralists believe and want others to believe? What relationship to belief (and knowledge, truth, and certainty) might be characteristic of "integral" or "second tier" consciousness? Current developments in Integral Theory (including "Wilber-5" and allusions to post-Wilberian integral theories) are fundamentally concerned about epistemology and method–i.e. questions such as "How… 
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