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Philospophical Reflections

   Posted by: dhcsoul   in Books (Cybernetics), cybernetics

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series A Learning Machine
Your first time here? Welcome, I'm glad you've dropped in.... David Soul (aka Bricoleur)

“The major problems in the world are the result of the difference between how nature works and the way people think”
— Gregory Bateson

Level I

McCulloch, W.S., Embodiments of Mind, MIT Press, 1965

Level III

Bateson, Gregory, Steps to an Ecology of Mind, Ballantine Books, N.Y. 1972

Waddigton, C.H., Tools for Thought, Paladin, 1977

Level IV

Churchman, C. West, The Systems Approach, Delacote Press, N.Y. 1968

Craik, K.J.W., The Nature of Explanation, CUP, 1952

Chuang Tsu, Inner Chapters, Wildwood House, London 1974

Level III

Steps to an Ecology of Mind — Gregory Bateson

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