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The third major phase of Ken Wilber’s work began with 1983’s A Sociable God, which introduced the notion of developmental lines, one of the defining features of the Wilber-3 era. Ken began to understand the self not as a single entity or intelligence evolving through the spectrum of consciousness; but as a complex array of capacities and intelligences that each evolve through the spectrum in different ways.
We can think of these lines of development as multiple intelligences that have evolved in response to life’s core questions: What am I aware of? (Determined by the cognitive line of development.) What do I need? (The needs line.) Who am I? (Self- identity.) What is important to me? (Values.) How do I feel about this? (Emotional intelligence.) What is the right thing to do? (Morals.) How should we interact? (Interpersonal.) How should I physically do this? (Kinesthetic.) What is of ultimate concern to me? (Spirituality.)
Although these lines are intertwined and interrelated in many important ways, they all tend to evolve at different rates, helping us understand how some individuals can be very developed in some areas, but poorly developed in others.