Towards An Integral Philosophy is a completely new view of reality. The book takes as its jumping off point, the philosophical systems of Ken Wilber and D.D. Palmer. Wilber is the founder of Integral Theory and Integral Methodological Pluralism and Palmer is the founder of chiropractic. Palmer lived at the turn of the 20th century. His creation of chiropractic included a very detailed science, art, and a philosophy of Universal Intelligence and Innate Intelligence. These ideas were pioneering and also included Spirit and soul as part of biology and the healing arts. This created extraordinary polarities within the emerging profession. The polarities still exist and thus Palmer’s philosophy is an ideal jumping off point to explore Wilber’s work. The Integral Approach is pioneering in its own right. It takes in every known domain of human knowledge and the methods through which we acquire that knowledge and offers a map through which we may better know ourselves. What better way to explore this map than in relation to Universal Intelligence and Innate Intelligence?