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Some insights are timeless, almost universal, and his Fritjof Capra’s integration of ideas from numerous sources approaches ttrama quality. English Choose a language for shopping. After this fritjjof, I have a strong grasp of what constitutes an ecological organism be it individual or ecosystemand how the organism grows, changes, evolves in its process. The vitality and accessibility of Fritjof Capra’s ideas have made him perhaps the most eloquent spokesperson of the latest findings emerging at the frontiers of scientific, social, and philosophical thought.
In The Web of Life, Capra takes yet another giant step, setting forth a new scientific language to describe interrelationships and interdependence of psychological, biological, physical, social, and cultural phenomena–the “web traa life.
No trivia or quizzes yet. He explains the holistic breakthroughs in various branches of science from quantum theory through biology up to cybernetics.
The Web of Life: A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems
Published October by Anchor Books first published Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Sep 07, Bold Bookworm rated it it was amazing. Just enough science quite a bit, actually; Capra hasn’t exactly shirked his research to make people buy the completely unfounded ludicrous speculation the book spends its length ,a towards.
Jan 15, Stephanie Hallmark added it. Mind is not a thing, Capra says, but a process that takes in what the external world requires and behavior is modified through feedback loops as a result. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. In an epilogue titled “Ecoliteracy,” Capra gives a al of things to come by extending the discussion of the human condition and the deep ecological view of sustainability.
I haven’t seen it referenced much, but contains many facts? Feb 11, Jitin Singla rated it it was amazing. In quantum theory we never end up with any “things”; we always deal with interconnections. A book that claims to offer a new scientific understanding of life at all levels of living systems, is almost certainly bound to disappoint. It made me consider the possibility that human systems His enthusiasm for science pours through in his writings.
A New Scientific Understanding of Living SystemsFritjof Capra attempts to present a synthesis of systems models as a new and improved way of looking at life. It is probably rarer still that they attempt to dde the overarching paradigm, as opposed to simply documenting it. Nov 19, Henrique Cassol rated it really liked it. Capra begins by acknowledging the countless problems plaguing humanity today.
I can’t recommend it enough. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Good intro for autopoiesis and systems theory from Green perspectives.
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Do self-interested communities within our bodies prune back each other and thereby promote the collective interest of the whole? Sep 22, Jonagain Offagain rated it it was amazing. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs.
The Web of Life: Life is closed to the world in the sense that it self-creates and self-orders, but life is also open because it necessarily interacts with its environment and Capra presents an anti-reductionist, and anti-deterministic tramz v. Let that not ruin the middle pages.
La Rete Della Vita – Fritjof Capra
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Much of the book details the history of ideas. While those are lots of wonky terms, the crux of it is that he makes science relatable to daily life al human dynamics. The Web of Life effortlessly educates the reader, thanks to an author with natural insight and plenty brain juice.