Structure and Process: Integral Philosophy and the Triple Transformation What is the locus and what are the parameters of integrality? This question can be answered in many ways, but these can be generally reduced to two forms of description – structural and processual. Structural descriptions tend to be ahistorical or see time as a function of space. Processual descriptions tend on the other hand, to see space as a function of time. Sri Aurobindo’s teachings on integrality have been couched in both these forms, but there are important existential differences in the human adaptation to these descriptions. What are these differences and their implications; and what is the relationship, if any, between structural and processual descriptions seen in terms of human adaptation?
Banerji, Debashish, "Structure and Process: Integral Philosophy and the Triple Transformation" (2011). Founders Symposium. 67.