Books By Carter Phipps
ICE co-founder Carter Phipps is an author, a journalist, and a leading voice in articulating the emerging evolutionary worldview. His acclaimed first book, Evolutionaries: Unlocking the Spiritual and Cultural Potential of Science’s Greatest Idea, was published by Harper Perennial in June 2012, combining the insights of Integral Theory, evolutionary science, developmental psychology, the social sciences, and evolutionary philosophy. Publishers’ Weekly magazine called it a “masterful survey . . . of the diverse ideas that make up the emerging field of Integral thought … broadening the definition and scope of what evolution is understood to be.”
From 1999-2011, Phipps was executive editor of EnlightenNext magazine, where he honed his perspective and his writing skills at the forefront of contemporary spiritual, philosophical, and cultural discourse. His numerous feature articles and interviews have played a key role in making important new thinking accessible to a wider audience. Phipps is an unapologetic generalist and his areas of interest and expertise range from philosophy to mysticism to politics to science and technology. His writings combine the careful rigor of investigative journalism with a passionate personal concern for the development of human culture.
In 2009, Phipps’ feature article A Theologian of Renewal was awarded a Gold Award for Editorial Excellence from Folio, the leading magazine industry awards. Phipps regularly presents at conferences; has spoken at educational institutions around the country and participates in conferences and leadership gatherings, including the Evolutionary Leaders Forum and the Transformational Leadership Council. He has appeared on MSNBC, BBC Radio, NPR, and numerous other media outlets.
Carter lives in Oakland, CA, with his wife Ellen and their cat. He enjoys reading and playing tennis, and appreciates fine wine.
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