Mind in Life by Evan Thompson The Embodied Mind by Francisco J. Varela Phenomenology of Tree of Knowledge by Humberto R. Maturana Zen and the Brain by James H. Austin da mecânica quântica e de uma teoria social do conhecimento de sabor marxista. . “Sabendo como sabemos” é o tema deste livro. São Paulo: Difusão Européia do Livro. Maturana, H. R., & Varela, F. G. (). A Árvore do Conhecimento, tradução de Humberto Mariotti e Lia Diskin. Fazer um resumo esquemático do livro base, para cada aula e que deve ser .. Comentários ao livro ´a árvore do conhecimento – Maturana e Varela. Publique.
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Jan 18, zynphull rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This book is cited in many other ones and should be read by everyone looking for a better understanding of biology basics. Other people who don’t have previous experience with biology and sociology might enjoy it, but still I would have liked to see more addressing of higher logical types in these sections. With objectivity in parentheses, it is easy to do things together because one is not denying the other in the process of doing them.
This situation is very different from what we usually find, where the phenomenon of explaining and the phenomenon explained belong to different domains.
The world we perceive and think about cannot be any other than the one we put forth through our own cognition. Und sowieso muss ein Buch mit Bilder von Escher gut sein This looks very Buddhist as is taught in Dzogchen and no wonder that Varela was one of the initiators of the Mind Life Institute of the Dalai Lama and also a Buddhist himself. Thinking dat what you see in an outside world is anything else than the productions or distortions of your own mind is self-deceiving.
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I like reading these technical books but I can never quite hang on to enough of the wow moments and ‘penny drops’ to keep it in my consciousness or communicate it to others properly but I’ll give it a go.
Overall, his work is concerned with the biology of cognition On my way to work in the morning, I am telling myself a story about the way I want my day to go: Ob Peter Druckers “Communication is what the listener does” auch ihre Wurzeln hier hat?
ToK is not only more clearly written but is laden with examples, something lacking in the uncompromisingly sterile Autopoiesis and Cognition.
However, the hand is only withdrawn as a result of the neuronal system re-establishing equilibrium. The authors drill down to molecular biology and then carefully build upward their premise that we construct the worlds we live in out of language. It compels us to adopt an attitude of permanent vigilance against the temptation of certainty. Different observers and even the same observer at different times with different goals will have different domains of interactions and will define a unity in a different way.
Different components of a unity may exhibit different degrees of heredity and variation. Want to Read Currently Reading Read.
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That means we are equal in our uniqueness of limitation. Both perspectives help t o understand the unity, the environment and their interactions, but both are perceived by observers.
Awe are all a product of our history. To be sure, it takes them a while to get at their key point, but the detours are necessary to understand the outcome. Real knowledge cannot be unlearned! No trivia or quizzes yet. Put this book there after you’ve done reading it. The basic concept is autopoiesis, “Our proposition is that living beings are characterized in that, literally, they continually self-producing. Each of us exists inside a story we tell ourselves about the way the world is, and we are completely contained within that story.
For me the good parts constitute the last two chapters and the afterword. Our minds, ideas, and life on Earth are explicit examples of such systems. Varela, in which he discusses the effect the book has had in the years since its first publication.
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The theory set me on the path of the development of a conflict theory that in essence states that conflict is never about some seeming conflict between people, but always about two or more people acting out their own problems with the conservation of adaptation and maintenance of coupling, which is in normal language that we have to master our human deficiencies. A nervous system expands our possible behaviors by inserting a network with a huge range of possible patterns between our sensory and motor surfaces.
This condition gives rise to possibilities of interaction, that in many lineages give rise to behaviour, and in some language, and in curren I like lirvo these technical books but I can never conhecimfnto hang on to enough of the wow moments and ‘penny drops’ to keep it in my consciousness or communicate it to others properly but I’ll give it a go. Mar 03, Nick rated it it was amazing Shelves: To phrase it differently, the space of possible reactions to an environment is defined in the internal structure of an organism; the environment does not inject behavioral commands into an organism in any way.
The two biologists go well beyond their original disciplines, delving into philosophy, arvoree and psychology, as examples of overlapping domains in this such essential but overlooked perhaps due to its complexity concept of cognition.
That is why everything we said in this book, through our knowledge of our knowledge, implies an ethics that we cannot evade, an ethics that has its reference point in the awareness of the biological and social structure of human beings, an ethics that springs from human reflection and puts human reflection right at the core as a constitutive social phenomenon. Jul 15, James rated it did not like it. I have bought the book some ten years ago, and once of twice a year I pick it up and study it again.
Return to Book Page. Sep 05, Marijn Meijles rated it really liked it. Humberto Maturana is a Chilean biologist. Other people conhrcimento don’t have previous experience with biology and sociology might enjoy it, but still I would have li An interesting book as it presupposes almost no knowledge and tries to explain a theory of cognition rooted in biology.
In that sense, we interact with other people mayurana the way our stories talk to their stories.
Dec 10, Magi rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: The vvarela result is that the ontogenetic transformation of a unity ceases only with its disintegration. The two biologists go well beyond their original disciplines, delving into philosop This book is most likely going to totally change your perspective barela what it means to know.
Understanding this, you lose the passion for changing the other. Another big idea here is the idea that adaptation is a conserved feature of living things.