Gaia, a Way of Knowing: Political Implications of the New Biology

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Lindisfarne Press, Jan 1, 1987 - Biology - 217 pages
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A terrific collection of essays from the leading lights of emerging thought from a number of angles.
First, it has a transcript of Gregory Bateson's last public talk.
It has Varela and Maturana
writing separately, as do Lovelock and Margulis
W.I. Thompson's soaring concluding summation is a tour-de-force vision piece.
 

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PREFACE
7
GREGORY BATESON
37
HUMBERTO MATURANA
65
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