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Gregory Bateson Gregory Bateson (1904-1980) was an English-born ethnologist, anthropologist, scientist, and biologist, was one of the leading theorists of the 20th century, with an extraordinary range of interests. He wrote many books, including Steps to an Ecology of Mind and Mind and Nature.
Bateson, Gregory
Code Name Price Description  
02801 Bateson, Gregory
Cultural Relativity and Belief Systems
$11.95 Bateson relates value systems to cultural function and discusses the role of logic in belief systems. - 1976 Esalen - One Audiotape
02802 Bateson, Gregory
$18.95 Drawing from his personal anthropological observations and experiences, Bateson guides us through a fascinating view of the Balinese. - 1976 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02803 Bateson, Gregory
The Limits Of Science
$11.95 Bateson speaks on many topics including human interaction with animals and the difficulties in scientific inquiry any time the human mind enters the picture. - 1978 Esalen - One Audiotape
02804 Bateson, Gregory
Metaphors + Butterflies
$11.95 In conversation with Stan Grof, Bateson discusses natural selection in terms of the double bind and its relationship to psychology and evolution. - 1975 Esalen - One Audiotape
02805 Bateson, Gregory
Schizophrenia And The Double Bind
$11.95 Bateson addresses the question What is schizophrenia? through a detailed history of the development of his double bind theory. He includes a discussion of experimental neurosis and schizophrenogenic interaction as well as anecdotal material on the dynamics of schizophrenic families. - 1976 Esalen - One Audiotape
02806 Bateson, Gregory
The Pattern Which Connects
$11.95 Certain patterns are characteristic to all living things, Bateson asserts, and can help us recognize consistencies. This is an elegant introduction to one of the central ideas of Bateson's thinking - 1978 Esalen - One Audiotape
02807 Bateson, Gregory
What Is Epistemology?
$11.95 Epistemology, the branch of philosophy concerned with how people think they know things and how people know things, prompts Bateson's observation that Everybody obviously has an epistemology or they couldn't know anything, and those who say they don't have an epistemology have a lousy one. He extends the conventional notion of epistemology into other concepts, including the relationship between aesthetics and biological epistemology. - 1979 Esalen - One Audiotape
02808 Bateson, Gregory
Civilization and Addiction
$18.95 Bateson analyzes the nature of addiction - individual, cultural, and international - touching on alcoholism, overeating, arms races, entertainment, atomic energy, and schizophrenic voices. In discussing the relationship between addiction and growth, he examines our various escapes both into and out of addiction. - 1979 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02809 Bateson, Gregory
Interfaces - Boundaries Which Connect
$11.95 Bateson considers the whole of our mental life as a dance of complicated interfaces, and sees interfaces as boundaries which connect rather than as barriers between two active areas. - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
02810 Bateson, Gregory
It Used To Matter
$11.95 Referring to Accidie, the medieval devil representing sloth that arises from hopelessness, Bateson contrasts modern-day society to the 19th Century, particularly in relation to the lustiness or enthusiasm of the 19th Century and its activities. - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
02811 Bateson, Gregory
Simple Thinking
$11.95 Starting from the premise that there exists a network of mental interconnection in the biosphere, Bateson discusses the natural history of needless theoretical complexity and of moments when that complexity suddenly gives way to a unifying simplicity. - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
02812 Bateson, Gregory
Neither Mechanical Nor Supernaturl
$11.95 Observing that everyone has an epistemology, however inarticulate or muddled, that guides their thoughts and actions, Bateson demonstrates how evolutionary theory is a theory of epistemology - of relations between mind and body, of how you can know, and of the problem of the nature of design and purpose. - 1980 Esalen - One Audiotape
02813 Bateson, Gregory
It Takes Two To Know One
$18.95 Bateson initiates a discussion of change and of the classification of change processes. He ranges widely over such subjects as the meta-dialectic, which grows up when one's epistemology is out of kilter with that of the biosphere; problems of learning; poor epistemological habits; and the relation between deduction and heresy. - 1980 Esalen - Two Audiotapes
02814 Bateson, Gregory
The Informal Esalen Lectures
$98.95 Gregory Bateson gave a series of informal talks between 1975 - 1980 at Esalen Institute. These tapes can be purchased individually or as a set for a reduced price. The set includes the following ten tape titles: Metaphors and Butterflies; Schizophrenia and the Double Bind; The Pattern Which Connects; What is Epistemology?; Civilization and Addiction; Interfaces - Boundaries Which Connect; It Used To Matter; Simple Thinking; Neither Mechanical Nor Supernatural; and It Takes Two To Know One. 1975-1980 Esalen - Twelve Audiotapes