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La Rete Della Vita – Fritjof Capra

After having read The Tao of Physic, I was expecting something as crisp and rejuvenating. That omission makes his vision more aspirational than real.

He clarifies and networks ideas most effectively Connections made in the holistic analysis of life are called “externalities” in conventional economics. One ultimately wishes the recommendations for practical applications of the conclusions drawn were presented earlier in the book.

Is it in this sense that the whole regulates and is different from its parts? Some insights are timeless, almost universal, and his Fritjof …more An opinion In the Web of Life, he yet again destroys the fritjoof and outmoded mechanistic paradigm and offers here a new vision of reality and scientific scope.

Lists with This Book. Good intro rtama autopoiesis and systems theory from Green perspectives. I was done with this book after the author said immunology system needs to be changed to “network” because otherwise lymphocytes would attack anything. A New Scientific Understanding of Living SystemsFritjof Capra attempts to present a synthesis of systems models as a new and improved way of looking at life.

The Web of Life: A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems

Sep 22, Jonagain Offagain rated it it was amazing. Explore the Home Gift Guide. We know about the cybernetic interaction with the environment, but how did life get this capacity?


Finally, I would have picked up a philosophical book if I wanted to hear his opinions and perceptions. The practical application of the knowledge imparted through exploration of those ideas is packaged in the epilogue. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.

But despite the necessary denseness of many parts of the scientific text, and the gradual build-up of the central theme from discourses into systems thinking, chaos, cybernetics, molecular chemistry and biology this book was every bit as exhilarating second time around.

Another important aspect is the history of science, and the movement from the mechanistic view, through quantum physics, and into the organismic view, which Capra sees as emerging in our time.

We are composed of nucleated cells where parts function as parts of a whole and where the whole is dependent on the parts. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? He explains the holistic breakthroughs in various branches of science from quantum theory through biology up to cybernetics.

Da quel momento in poi il tono cambia decisamente, e dopo tanta teoria dei sistemi e delle reti, Capra comincia a parlare della vita, della cognizione, della ragione, e mi introduce al pensiero di Maturana e Varela, e della scuola di Santiago. All the scientific ins-and-outs of systems thinking here. Sep 08, Rian Nejar rated it it was amazing. Capra is a stunningly clear and conscious scientific writer. Mind is fitjof a thing, Capra says, but a process that takes in what the external world requires and behavior is modified through feedback loops as a result.

The Web of Life: A New Scientific Understanding of Living Systems by Fritjof Capra

If life is a community of self-inerested entities genes, molecules, cells, we presume that there’s cooperation for mutual benefit but that just begs the question: Paperbackpages. Book packed with info. As Capra puts it so eloquently, ” Deep ecology does not separate humans – or anything else tarma from the natural environment.

After exploring possibilities of an invented, not perceived, reality, a nonlinear loop in which the perceiver and the perceived adapt to one another in a complex interaction of variables and variable rates, the author quite suddenly introduces the concept of “optimization” in his epilogue, as if there were a constant state to pursue in an ecology that has rendered extinct percent of its species. B Fritjof Capra merupakan seorang fisikawan dan filosof kelahiran Swiss.


An enlightening, coherent integration of a multitude of perspectives that offer deeper comprehension of the essence of all life. Selama ini dunia pengetahuan menempatkan fisika sebagai panutan dengan pendekatan deduksi dari Trams.

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But A book that claims to offer a new scientific understanding of life at all levels of living systems, is almost certainly bound to disappoint. Aug 06, Annie Frame rated it it was amazing. Not everything he says though I agree with, but this is largely understandable since my world-view is quite fringe even am This was an excellent book, one of the best ones I have read in over a year, with new ideas and stimulated imagination. This book is a must read for anyone interested in the depth of life.

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Life is closed to the world in the sense that it self-creates and self-orders, but life is also open because it necessarily interacts with its environment and Capra presents an anti-reductionist, and anti-deterministic molecular v.

Deep ecology capr the intrinsic value of all living beings and views humans as just one particular strand in the web of life. He’s a wise, wise man.

Delightful read which contains many interesting facts and propositions.