I love doing hybrid concepts. pluralistic vitalism looked intriguing: “Here is a list of religious and philosophical theories and worldviews that may be compatible with pluralistic vitalism, presented as a single sentence with comma-separated words:” Holism, panentheism, animism, deep ecology, process philosophy, integral theory, Taoism, Zen Buddhism, Sufism, Kabbalah, neo-paganism, shamanism, Gnosticism, mysticism, perennialism, humanism, transpersonal psychology, ecofeminism, postmodernism, constructivism, poststructuralism, deconstructionism, pragmatism, critical theory, hermeneutics, phenomenology, existentialism, feminism, queer theory, liberation theology, interfaith dialogue, non-dualism, New Age spirituality, esotericism, metaphysical spirituality. me ‘n chatGPT

I love doing hybrid concepts. pluralistic vitalism looked intriguing:

“Here is a list of religious and philosophical theories and worldviews that may be compatible with pluralistic vitalism, presented as a single sentence with comma-separated words:”

Holism, panentheism, animism, deep ecology, process philosophy, integral theory, Taoism, Zen Buddhism, Sufism, Kabbalah, neo-paganism, shamanism, Gnosticism, mysticism, perennialism, humanism, transpersonal psychology, ecofeminism, postmodernism, constructivism, poststructuralism, deconstructionism, pragmatism, critical theory, hermeneutics, phenomenology, existentialism, feminism, queer theory, liberation theology, interfaith dialogue, non-dualism, New Age spirituality, esotericism, metaphysical spirituality.

oh interesting. If I add “anti-reductionism”:

“Existentialism, Holism, Process Philosophy, Postmodernism, Pragmatism, Deep Ecology, Critical Theory, Feminism, Integral Theory, Constructivism, Phenomenology, Transpersonal Psychology, Non-dualism, Participatory Epistemology, Complex Systems Theory.”

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OK TRYING to really pinpoint my position on pluralism… comparing pluralism as an epistemological framework vspluralism as a methodological framework… this is in contrast to it as an ontological framework.. but I will also do the others. pt 1

 

pluralism from a Epistemological Framework Methodological Framework
Definition A way of understanding knowledge that acknowledges multiple valid perspectives or ways of knowing A way of conducting research or inquiry that incorporates multiple methods or approaches
Focus The nature of knowledge and truth, and how we come to know things The process of conducting research or inquiry, and the various methods and tools used
Goal To better understand the nature of knowledge and to incorporate multiple perspectives into our understanding of the world To conduct research or inquiry in a way that is comprehensive and incorporates diverse perspectives
Application Relevant to many areas of study, including philosophy, social sciences, and humanities Primarily used in research and inquiry, but also relevant to decision-making, problem-solving, and policy development
Example theorists William James, John Dewey, Isaiah Berlin Gloria AnzaldĂșa, Laurel Richardson, Carolyn Ellis
Key concepts Plurality, diversity, multiple perspectives, relativism, tolerance, open-mindedness Reflexivity, positionality, multiple methodologies, triangulation, mixed methods, interdisciplinarity
Potential criticisms Could be seen as relativistic or as rejecting the possibility of objective truth Could be seen as lacking a coherent theoretical framework or as overly reliant on methodology

 

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