The Self-Organizing Universe has 46 ratings and 5 reviews. Scott said: I’ve Erich Jantsch Be the first to ask a question about The Self-Organizing Universe . Erich Jantsch: () Austrian astrophysicist whose lectures in System Science at the University of California in Berkeley became the basis for his. whole in the self-organizing context, then its development does begin to ap cations was achieved by Erich Jantsch in The Self-Organizing Universe, pub.
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He did not believe that forecasting or science could be neutral. The book deals with self-organization as a unifying evolutionary paradigm that incorporates cosmologybiologysociologypsychologyand consciousness.
Sam rated it it was amazing Dec 01, This is one of the most profound books I’ve ever read. Ike Sharpless rated it really liked it Jan 21, From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia.
Erich Jantsch 8 January — 12 December unverse an Austrian-born American astrophysicistengineer, educator, author,  consultant and futurist, especially known for his work in the social systems design movement in Europe in the s.
To ask other readers questions about The Self-Organizing Universeplease sign up. Michael Dell’orfano rated it really liked it Feb 19, Charles Szpinda rated it really liked it Mar 29, Akio rated it it was amazing Feb 06, A Conversation on Man and Nature. Bela Banathy – – World Futures 23 1: View all ujiverse comments. Evolutionary Biology in Philosophy of Biology categorize this paper.
Popular science journalism recognized this with eridh Time’s cover story on Epigenetics in Jan. Evolution now takes the form of the culture, human society, and the transmission of knowledge from one generation to the next equivalent to Dawkin’s memes.
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Dec 19, Scott rated it it was amazing. This page was last edited on 12 Septemberat Jantsch was advisor to twenty governments, several international organizations and research institutes. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Technological Planning and Social Futures. It’s a sweeping scientific view of evolution chalk full of fascinating insights based on an application of non-equilibrium thermodynamic research in the dynamic self-organization of physical, chemical, biological, and social systems.
How people harness their collective wisdom and power to construct the future in co-laboratories of democracy. From to Jantsch worked as engineer and physicist in Switzerland. In the mids Jantsch’s increasing concern regarding the future led him unicerse study forecasting techniques. Let us face squarely the fact that Jantsch was given no paid academic job during a decade of his residence in Berkeley—a town considered to be a foremost spawning ground of scientific and philosophical innovations. There are no discussion topics on this book yet.
Read, highlight, and take notes, across web, tablet, and phone. Although superseded by more recent developments in system sciencethis book exerted a very strong influence on me when I read it in the early wrich, and continues to inspire, because of Jantsch’s elegant presentation of a self-orgajizing picture worldview.
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The contours of this paradigm emerge from the synthesis of a number of important, recently developed concepts, and erihc a scientific foundation to a new world-view which emphasizes process over structure, nonequilibrium over equilibrium, evolution eelf-organizing permanency, and individual creativity over collective stabilization. The Magician in the World: It seems, too, that “The Self-Organizing Universe” was also an early pre-cursor of the “Big History” movement which seeks to take a “Big” look at world history, starting from the Big Bang, moving through evolution, and on to a global perspective on the emergence of civilizations.
Rather it is epigenetics, the interaction of the genetic code and the environmental circumstances of the individual organism.
At this new macro-level, humans are linked first of all to families the last link of the previous diagramthen to societies, larger cultures, and finally planetary consciousness. Each vertical, genetic development is being “processed” in a dense web of horizontal processes.
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Erich Jantsch Snippet view – My favorite example, the gist of the book is literally about describing dissipative self-organizing structures as the foundation of life and the further evolution of complexity Abraham in “The Genesis of Complexity”. Reflections on Theory and Practice. Diederick Janse rated it it was amazing Feb 06, He was almost 52 and grateful for a very rich, beautiful and complete life.
Retrieved 31 Jqntsch Paul C rated it really liked it Oct 02, Ryan Cavalcante rated it it was amazing Nov 28, Anne Mackie rated it really liked it Jan 25, Janet rated it liked it Jan 02, So it’s a dense book, certainly, but is quite breathtaking in its scope.