03. February 2014 · Comments Off on Gregory Bateson · Categories: News

You can then decide which seeds grow according to the soil you have, economic conditions of that type of product (the climate of your market) and its production costs. Now, some will not see the connection between the ideas presented here and that is because they are looking at them too close (which is perhaps well to model them but not so much to connect them and understand them). That if perhaps to see the connection between the paragraphs can realize why it is important to let the attention go towards processes, seeing the world as a world of processes rather than a world of objects (see objects such as processes). In this way illustrates this process in this same Act of reading this text. This means that this text is made to make you reflect and stimulate your curiosity through a dose of certain type of particular confusion, which is the beginning of learning (a seed), as well as the phrase that It was written, as it appears and says, as far as I know, about the Oracle at Delphi. Now, if we join points, changing, thinking, learning, metaphors (and parables and stories), who refers to itself, and believe in the other part of the title that has not been treated, we can begin to ask ourselves about B. F.

Skinner and Pavlov and his relationship with all this. Now, step and rather occult way, will mention Gregory Bateson saying (I’m the one who says, but having it read to him, something): everything is in the relationship. Think of something that said Skinner and something that said Pavlov (respectively, said my way, very simplified): reward or punish something is a way to modify the behavior and responses we have we associate them to the stimuli that precede them. Those are the two ideas which, when they collided in my head, gave birth to this text.

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