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I was done with this book after the author said immunology system needs to be changed to “network” because otherwise lymphocytes would attack anything.

Jul 27, The Capital Institute rated it it was amazing Shelves: In The Web of Life, Capra offers a brilliant synthesis of such recent scientific breakthroughs capea the theory of complexity, Gaia theory, chaos theory, and other explanations of the properties of organisms, social systems, and ecosystems.

The pages that begin on page 17 and end on page are fantastic. Much of the synthesis throughout and following these theories grows from the work of Humberto Vids and Francisco Varela the Santiago theory of cognition. In the Web of Life he describes the repercussions of this paradigm shift and what it could mean for humanity, and our interconnected ecological existence.

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In The Web of Life, Capra takes yet another giant step, setting forth a new scientific language to describe interrelationships and interdependence of psychological, biological, physical, social, and cultural phenomena–the “web of life. If humanity understands the magnitude of these calamities, then it is clear that we are not currently capable of dealing with them.


While those are lots of wonky terms, the crux of it is that he makes science relatable to daily life and human dynamics. 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 The pages that begin on trxma 17 and end on page are fantastic.

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

Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. This is why Capra uses the expression, “spiritual ecology. In his international bestsellers The Tao of Physics and The Turning Point, he juxtaposed physics and mysticism to define a new vision of reality.

Thus it is as he steps away from the normative social science for most of the book, wrapping things up nicely at the end. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Laa material is in depth without being too technical. lx

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Refresh and try again. It sees the world not as a collection of isolated objects, but as a network of phenomena that are fundamentally interconnected and interdependent. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.

Jul 19, Woodly rated it it was ok Shelves: Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Connections made in the holistic analysis of life are called “externalities” in conventional economics.


May 29, TC rated it liked it Shelves: Not only did I re-read parts, because of the magnetic dialogue used, I tucked them in my mind for future reference. Vixa Ship Orders Internationally. Capra is an author with lots to say and trwma he does say to his readers is priceless. One of the few books which seeks the origin of life in non living world and does a fine job of it!

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.

With this book I now feel like I have a new micro-biological perspective on evolution, systems-theory connections with emergence and chaos theory, and cybernetics.

This was written inbut its ideas were plenty valid to me, as a layman looking to understand systems theory. Life is not about atoms only, but patterns of organization and networks of mutually beneficial parts.

The practical application of the knowledge imparted through exploration of those ideas is packaged in the epilogue. Not everything he says though I agree with, but this is largely understandable since my tama 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.