We have explored an integrated theory of categories and semantics that can help explain connections between sectors, placing them into a single integral framework that spans all facets of understanding.
Science and religion -- opposite ends of a single integral spectrum that represents "the unity of knowledge"
Spirituality and religion -- religion is systematic codification and institutionalization of spirituality and can take innumerable forms
Spirituality, religion and politics -- spirituality and religion can collaborate to help form a strong common ethic to be shared across our public (secular and political) experience
This framework helps us understand ideas like "wholeness", and how our categories and distinctions can support wholeness in all things, rather than representing divisions and fragmentation.
ONENESS AND DUALITY
All levels of thinking and all types of categories are contained within this single integral spectrum,
seen as whole and one by Plotinus, seen as divided across a major and primary polarity by Aristotle and Plato.