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In Ken Wilber's integral theory, vision-logic is a post-formal but personal level of cognitive development. A characteristic of vision-logic is the ability to conceptualize and compare different perspectives or point of view. In Wilber's theory, vision-logic corresponds to awareness at the centauric level of consciousness.

In the book Sex, Ecology, Spirituality Wilber describes vision-logic as a planetary awareness. He uses it to translate the term vernunft as used by the German idealists, which means something like "transcendal knowledge".

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