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He worked with dolphins at the Oceanographic Institute in Hawaii and taught at the University of Hawaii.

Review to follow soon. And the answer would have been no. Bateson was a great thinker who emphasized that logic and quantity are inappropiate devices for describing organisms, and their interactions and internal organisations. He had a natural ability to recognize order and pattern in the universe. Return to Book Page. Bateson implicitly draws from several different thinkers and nturaleza ideas, the ones I picked up were Wiener’s cybernetics, Russell’s Principia Mathematica, Bqteson psychology and epistemology most notably its antiessentialist stance, empiricism, and the idea of mind as aggregateand logical positivism.

I may very well have to read this again sometime soon. Espirotu should have asked: One of the seminal thinkers of systems theory once called cybernetics compares the process of evolution to the process of learning.

This is an essential reading for everyone interested in the formal study of epistemology. Jul 21, Roberto Reis rated it it was amazing. Esiritu all a bit fuzzy, but it’ll definitely make you t I may very well have to read this again sometime soon. There is no conventional way of explaining or even describing the phenomena of biological organization.


Bateson is explicit about this book being epistemology, meta-science rather than science. If you are willing to apply it, there are new worlds to be experienced on every page. Francisco Varela picked up where Bateson left off.

Espíritu y naturaleza – Gregory Bateson – Google Books

It starts out as a primer on how to think, redefining epistemology along the way in an attempt to enable the reader to think in cybernetic circuits of calibration and feedback, form and process. I have not seen the film produced by Nora Bateson, but would love to someday. It summarizes Bateson’s thinking on the subject of the patterns that connect living beings to each other and to their environment.

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. This page has been accessed 16, times.

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Paperbackpages. There’s so much ground covered in this book that I’m still making sense out of everything, howbeit I’m glad to finally be through with it as in: For example, at loot. It’s all a bit fuzzy, but it’ll definitely make you think. Fascinating way to view the criteria of mind to better understand processes, moires, and thought pattern. AaaaargWikipediaAcademia. 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.


What a gentle, thoughtful, poignant, and careful disassembly of the world around us. Gregory Bateson was an English anthropologist, social scientist, linguist, visual anthropologist, semiotician and cyberneticist whose work intersected that of many other fields.

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I read espiriti when it first was published, and believe it really changed me. He always pointed to context. This is the worst part of the book. A great scientist’s introduction to epistemology.