Integrationalism: Spiritual Disincentives for Humanity

By James Felton Keith.

Published by The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society

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In the known history of sentient beings spirituality has dominated the human consciousness, resulting in a wide array of immaterial theologies, ideologies and mythologies. Human ability to compensate for the unidentifiable and unknown over the millennia has provided extraordinary philosophical exploration, so much that thinkers have used spirituality’s lack of rigidity to endorse everything from cultivating life to death alike. In Integrationalism, I will demonstrate that any activity is justifiable in reference to spirituality; and further, ethical ambiguities and disincentives to promote trans-humanism are prevalent.

Keywords: Spirituality, Economics, Integrationalism, Incentives, Technology, Individualism, Harmony

The International Journal of Religion and Spirituality in Society, Volume 1, Issue 3, pp.99-108. Article: Print (Spiral Bound). Article: Electronic (PDF File; 1.065MB).

James Felton Keith

Visitng Faculty, Michigan State University, Lansing, Michigan, USA

James Felton Keith is an author, economics analyst, engineer, and futurist. Keith is currently visiting faculty at the Michigan State University, Chairman of the Enxit Group of companies, and he is a frequent lecturer on issues of ethics, economics, and transhumanism as elaborated in his 2010 book Integrationalism: Essays on the rationale of abundance.