I was wondering if there are any guides that go over the main points of one of the books commonly cited by KW, like those by Hegel, Kant, Piaget, Clare Graves, etc. Something that is easier to read than the original book but focuses on just that one book, allowing it to be more detailed than what is covered by the KW book where it was cited.
Sometimes the quotes in KW’s books from these other authors are hard to understand, and then KW explains it very clearly. If there were longer guides to some of the most commonly cited books, that would be cool. I will probably never read the originals, but it is nice to get a big picture of them.
I was also wondering if there are Integral books being written that are mentioned in Boomeritis, like Integral Historiography. I did see that essay about Captian Cook, so I will have to check that out.