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- Gregory Bateson
- In wider perspective - Foreward to 'Mind and nature', by Gregory Bateson
- What Bateson had in Mind About ‘Mind’?
Download this review as PDF. View the trailer:. The year saw the release of a highly interesting documentary on his work, entitled An Ecology of Mind. Gregory Bateson was one of the most original thinkers of the late twentieth century. His research covered a vast array of different fields: anthropology, biology, psychology, and philosophy of science.
Gregory Bateson 9 May — 4 July was an English anthropologist , social scientist , linguist , visual anthropologist , semiotician , and cyberneticist whose work intersected that of many other fields. In Palo Alto , California, Bateson and colleagues developed the double-bind theory of schizophrenia. Bateson's interest in systems theory forms a thread running through his work. He was one of the original members of the core group of the Macy conferences in Cybernetics — , and the later set on Group Processes — , where he represented the social and behavioral sciences. He was interested in the relationship of these fields to epistemology. His association with the editor and author Stewart Brand helped widen his influence.
The paper is aimed at understanding and investigating Gregory Bateson's and Heinz von Foerster's peculiar relation to knowledge, the unknowable, and research. From this, the question of how to carry on their heritage is raised. The whole paper is designed as an epistemological experiment starting from reflections on Gregory Bateson's metalogues and adopting a methodological style of reasoning. A strong focus is laid on the combination of loose and strict thinking which is characteristic of both Heinz von Foerster and Gregory Bateson. In order to preserve and further develop their heritage, it is necessary to deal with Bateson's and Foerster's view s on the relations between the unknowable and the meaning of research. This has to be done in a manner in which epistemology and research become a personal as well ecological matter in which the relationship between the single individual and its greater context becomes explicit.
In wider perspective - Foreward to 'Mind and nature', by Gregory Bateson
A personal account of Gregory Bateson and the turning over of the generations, carrying some of Bateson's way of thinking forward to the time and beyond. The paper aims to discuss these issues. Bateson attributed the ecological peril to bad thinking and suggested that the author needs better thinking, including what the author can learn from the syncretic practice of art. To operate in the realm of play — music, poetry, myth, and so on — in the context of hearing your children talk about Malthusian events and mass extinctions is perhaps a way of fiddling while Rome burns.
We acknowledge the generosity of M. Bateson for the permission to publish in this site two chapters of Mind and Nature by G. The work and thought leading to this book have spread over many years, and my debts go back to include all that were acknowledged in the preface to my previous book, Steps to an Ecology of Mind.
Furthermore, we will approach the epistemological implications of ecology of mind for scientific education in the West. This led him to search for patterns of similarity and difference between organisms like in homology. Later, he identified this thought process as being abstract and formal, relating not just facts but also ideas. Afterwards, Bateson developed criteria for us to consider a system as being mental, with special emphasis on living and cybernetic systems.
By Gregory Bateson. New York: E.
What Bateson had in Mind About ‘Mind’?
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Keywords: consciousness, mind, Bateson, nature, ecology. Introduction. It seems to be a universal feature of human perception, a feature of the.
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