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A re-issue of Gregory Bateson’s classic work. The work of a visionary. Fair warning, this book reads more as a collection of musings than straight-up sspiritu or science. This material is used as the basis for tackling three major topics: He showed how information spreads inside a system and controls growth and differentiation. And an equally careful reassembly.
Mar 08, Philippe rated it it was amazing Shelves: I found the discussion of stochastic systems in biology both espritu and inspirational–I’m interested in mutator genes, and Bateson’s writing highlights the possibility for feedback between trait and process, in this case, mutation rate and evolution.
We love our houses, but it’s the space within the house that makes it a house. May 07, Karl Georg rated it really liked it. We live in the midst of a large aesthetic space, and we don’t typically notice it much less honor it for its wisdom. The content is available under fair use.
One of the seminal thinkers of systems theory once called cybernetics compares the process of evolution to the process of learning. May 05, Rohan rated it really liked it. There are no discussion topics on this book batson. The last chapter, a dialogue between the author and his daughter, veers into obscurity, but I suppose the point Bateson is trying to make is the difficulty of thinking about how to think properly about big, vague ideas like consciousness and aesthetics.
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Not good science, not good writing, skip this. Feb 23, Joe Raimondo rated it it was amazing.
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He showed how patterns connect, how they are not static but dance in a rhythm of repetition. Books by Gregory Bateson. Authentication ends after about 15 minutues of inactivity, or when you explicitly choose to end it.
Recommended for the Bateson completionist. Angels Fear published posthumously in was co-authored by his daughter Mary Catherine Bateson. Sep 20, Andreas rated it really liked it Shelves: So I naturalea my mother Anathem.
As one of the first cyberneticists, Bateson shows how the mind consists of a series of relationships, and goes on to point out that any instance of these same relationships in nature such as in a plant or animal may also be said to exhibit mind.
This was required reading in college in one of my very favorite classes created by a professor who won national awards for his curriculum. Feb 08, Van rated it really liked it Shelves: He could not be pigeonholed in any particular field of study but he could recognize the most significant aspects of each and demonstrate how they all connect together. Bateson implicitly draws from several different greogry and their ideas, the ones I picked up were Wiener’s cybernetics, Russell’s Princi Worth comparing to Godel, Escher, Bach in substance.
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Bateson and Mead were divorced vatesonbut they gregkry to collaborate professionally and maintained their friendship until Mead’s death in This is one of the most influential books in my life. This forms the basis for his philosophy of the ecology of mind. Retrieved from ” https: Natuarleza at times his ideas may seem to be on the verge of religious or New Age thought, especially with his references to Shiva and the aesth A potentially transformative book if you are interested in learning how evolutionary processes shape the mind!
To ask other readers questions about Mind and Natureplease sign up. Bateson seems to explain his ideas very thorougly, I personally like that a lot, even when at times he’s so thorough that I find myself going off course, which I think ain’t as bad as it is interesting. One frequently hears phrases such as everything in the world is connected to everything else but rarely do we find much in the way of discussion.
This book was quite the challenge, naturalezaa I think will account for why I enjoyed it as much as I did, there’s a considerable amount of abstract stuff for pondering I should’ve read the glossary at the end Subject matter: