Zak Stein is a writer, educator, and integral thinker. He studied religion and philosophy at Hampshire College and then later educational neuroscience, human development, and educational philosophy at Harvard. His works spans various fields from sensemaking, ethics, education, and integral meta-theory. He is also the author of “Social Justice and Educational Measurement” as well as” Education in a Time Between Worlds.” In this episode, we speak about Zak’s model of human development, understanding intelligence & wisdom, bridging power and ethics, and integrating science with religion.
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