Integral Theory of Justice

IEC Conference: cancelled

I would like to present on an Integral Theory of Justice. How can Integral Theory contribute to a planetary awakening through the area of Justice? Justice as defined by 6th Century Roman Law is “the constant and perpetual will to render to each his due’. How do we in our world today bring each being what they are due? What does that mean in a cosmopolitan world? In addition, what role does ethics and virtue play in creating a universal theory of justice?  How do we then integrate the various theories of justice through the quadrants and stages of human development to bring about a genuine integral theory of justice? Each community around the planet is impacted by its regions approach to justice. How can we create a more comprehensive vision of Justice that benefits all sentient beings, in all regions, in all times?



United States

Mark Fischler is a Professor of Criminal justice and current program coordinator at Plymouth State University. Prior to joining the Plymouth State faculty, he practiced law, representing poor criminal defendants for the New Hampshire Public Defender’s Office for 3 1/2 years. Mark left the law after being called by the Universe to focus on his Spiritual Awareness for almost 2 years. Upon return he became a teacher at Plymouth State in 2003. Since then Mark has worked extensively with alternative theoretical models in law, constitutional law, and higher education. He has published on integral applications to teaching, being a lawyer, and legal theory. In his time at Plymouth he’s been a chair, Dean, and Interim Vice President of Student Affairs. His focus in the classroom is ethics, criminal procedure and constitutional law. He is well respected for a teaching philosophy that emphasizes  the humanity and dignity of each student. In addition, he currently offers a weekly Spiritual Inquiry class for college students.

Professor Fischler was awarded the outstanding teaching award at his university in 2014. He was also a finalist to be the NH Professor of the Year in 2013.