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This is an essential reading for everyone interested in the formal study of epistemology. The pattern that connects us. 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.

Oct 16, Scott rated it really liked it. 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 gregody as bad as it is interesting. Quotes from Mind and Nature. Resisting family pressures to follow in his father’s footsteps, he completed his degree in anthropology instead of natural science, and left England to do field work in New Guinea.

He tends to start out with some ambitious claim e. System-therory in family therapy and Gestalt, for example, and cybernetics as a study. In the years to follow, Bateson became a visiting professor of anthropology batesoon Harvard ; later was appointed research associate at the Langley Porrer Neuropsychiatric Institute in San Francisco; worked as ethnologist at the Palo Alto Veterans Administration Hospital where he developed the double-bind theory of schizophrenia and formulated a new theory of learning.


I would recommend this book to people who are interested in philosophy of science and its intersection with philosophy of mind. Talk it over with a friend.

Sep 20, Andreas rated it really liked it Shelves: Some of his most noted writings are to be found in his books, Steps to an Ecology of Mind and Mind and Espirigu The right way to think about the pattern which connects is to think of it as primarily a dance of interacting parts. Seeing these influences helps to see how grounded this book is intellectually.

Worth comparing to Godel, Escher, Bach in substance. Back in the early s, the German poet and philosopher Johann Wolfgang von Goethe also claimed that the fundamental nature of the world is aesthetic.

He always pointed to context.

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Bateson begins with a list of basic scientific presuppositions that “every schoolboy should know”, n further epistemological foundations are laid baeson two later chapters, one on the importance of combining different perspectives, of having “multiple versions of the world”, and the other on different types of relationship. This doesn’t mean that anyone who uses your computer can access your account information as we separate association what the cookie provides from authentication.

Cookies come in two flavours – persistent and transient. Apr 08, TK Keanini rated it it was amazing Naturalezaa What pattern connects you to it? This book is built on the opinion that we naaturaleza parts of a living world. A great scientist’s introduction to epistemology. What if mind is immanent, not in the interaction of parts, but in nature itself?


Bateson later writes, “Is this what Plotinus meant by an ‘invisible and unchanging beauty which pervades all things?

Books by Gregory Bateson. Professor Bateson lays out a transformative dialogue for maeta-relfection.

Mind and Nature

To ask other readers questions about Mind and Natureplease sign up. It’ll take some brain power, too. He is still relevant on the topic of stagnant educational institutions and epistemology too.

His ideas should be applied to how children learn about connectivity. This forms the basis for his philosophy of the ecology of mind.

There is no conventional way of explaining or even describing the phenomena of biological organization. We love our houses, but it’s the space within the house that makes it a house.

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Bateson is lovely, but this is not his best work.