An ecology of mind: how do you describe a living human being?

Wonderful talk on the holistic nature of reality and how we so often deal with the pieces rather than understanding the whole. How do we come to know and not know in the context of this reality. A reality that is dependent on a multitude of relationships with all the multitude of parts. How do we hold this all together?

What does it mean to think differently?

ecologyNora Bateson is speaking here at the 7th Annual Open Dialogue Meeting at the National Museum in Copenhagen.

In this first part, Nora presents the documentary film she made about her father, anthropologist Gregory Bateson, who devoted his life to studying the ecology of mind in all its infinite connections and relationships. This is a fascinating presentation.

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About Monica Cassani

Author/Editor Beyond Meds: Everything Matters