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Climate change and the double-bind. Gregory Bateson and the cognitive war to save t’planet

So, Gregory Bateson was one of them fearsomely smart polymath kinda guys.  Here’s a couple of clips from a recent-ish journal article. The art of the cognitive war to save the planet Miklos Antal and Janne HukkinenEcological Economics 69 (2010) … Continue reading

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SO LONG (as they’re inedible, we’re on strike) AND (saying “no) THANKS FOR ALL FISH”

After the experiments, Hou and Malia remained highly creative in their behavior, which for Hou in particular involved a definite change in “character.” The dolphins became big nuisances, opening gates and even drawing the attention of trainers by leaving the water and sliding … Continue reading

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