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- Gregory Bateson (9 May 1904 – 4 July 1980) was an English anthropologist, social scientist, linguist, visual anthropologist, semiotician, and cyberneticist...
- Gregory Bateson, “ethos, eidos, sociology, economics, cultural structure, social structure, and all the rest of these words refer only to scientists’...
- physicist, systems scientist and founding president of the New England Complex Systems Institute. Gregory Bateson (1904–1980) was a British anthropologist...
- David Gregory (16 September 2010). "'Greatest smell' tests audience". BBC Birmingham. Retrieved 19 September 2010.  "British Science Week". British Science...
- that originated with Plato's Cratylus. Along with such figures as Gregory Bateson (i.e., Steps to an Ecology of Mind), R. D. Laing (i.e., Sanity, Madness...
- Meeting" was sponsored by the Josiah Macy Foundation attended by scientists like Gregory Bateson, and Margaret Mead, and five others. Together they would initiated...
- Some important work on information and communication was done by Gregory Bateson and his colleagues. Later contributions to the field were made by...
- marriage (1936–50) was to the British anthropologist Gregory Bateson, with whom she had a daughter, Mary Catherine Bateson, who would also become an anthropologist...
- Collaborations with others, including initially Margaret Mead and Gregory Bateson, and later, Erving Goffman and Dell Hymes had huge influence on his...
- How a Child Becomes a Scientist , ed. John Brockman, p. 3-12, New York: Pantheon Books, 2004. ‘‘The Placebo Effect'’, In Gregory, Richard L., Ed. Oxford...

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Interesting phenomena occur when two or more rhythmic patterns are combined, and these phenomena illustrate very aptly the enrichment of information that occurs when one description is combined with another

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 There is a strong tendency in explanatory prose to... by Gregory Bateson at QuoteAbout.net
Money is always transitively valued. More money is supposedly always better than less money

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Number is different from quantity by Gregory Bateson at QuoteAbout.net
Numbers are the product of counting. Quantities are the product of measurement. This means that numbers can conceivably be accurate because there is a discontinuity between each integer and the next

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Members of weakly religious families get, of course, no religious training from any source outside the family

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Official education was telling people almost nothing of the nature of all those things on the seashores, and in the redwood forests, in the deserts and in the plains

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Rather, for all objects and experiences, there is a quantity that has optimum value. Above that quantity, the variable becomes toxic. To fall below that value is to be deprived

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 Science, like art, religion, commerce, warfare,... by Gregory Bateson at QuoteAbout.net
Synaptic summation is the technical term used in neurophysiology for those instances in which some neuron C is fired only by a combination of neurons A and B

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 To think straight, it is advisable to expect all... by Gregory Bateson at QuoteAbout.net
Logic is a poor model of cause and effect

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