In the previous chapter, we ended up with a rather broad, but quite specific, task for Full-Spectrum Economics: to understand how existential and critical reflection on the part of economists and economic agents can affect the upward dynamics of the economy’s Integral field. “Upward” here is taken to mean the further unfolding of still undeveloped human and social potentials, both at the individual and collective level. Thus, the task of Full-Spectrum Economics is to study the factors that, in agent’s and economists’ existential and critical attitudes toward the tetra-dimensional reality in which they are living, condition the possibility – or impossibility – of unfolding still undeveloped human and social potentials.