Denken, Lernen, Vergessen: Was geht in unserem Kopf vor, wie lernt d. Gehirn, und wann lässt es uns im Stich? (German Edition) [Frederic Vester] on. He published 17 books, among them three beststellers (translated into 11 languages): “Denken, Lernen, Vergessen” (Thinking, Learning, Forgetting). Frederic Vester “Denken,Lernen,Vergessen”. 3 likes. Book.
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Despite his success, Frederic Vester has remained relatively unknown in the English-speaking world–a fact that is not easy to explain. Amazon Renewed Refurbished products with a warranty. Die Logik des Misslingens: Willi Braun rated it liked it Sep 06, A nice book, easy to read, not too long and very enlightening.
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I suspect the most profound difference will be in how competent observers identify and bound research problems, but unfortunately, the book remains vague in this respect. Strategisches Denken in komplexen Situationen. The art of network thinking can be learned. Like a few other books on systems thinking, this one is in the best sense of the word a basic, paradigmatic book. Ddnken with This Book.
Only a few of his academic publications have appeared in English; among them a report on an application of the Sensitivity Model and an essay that I invited him to prepare for the journal Systems Practice inwhich may still be of interest to those looking for a short introduction to his approach in English Vester, I would argue that systemic thinking, if it is to guide us toward sustainable improvement of the human condition, cannot do without a humanist foundation spelled out in philosophical terms, as a basis for reflecting on the epistemological, ethical, sociological, and other issues that both sound research and good policy-making invariably raise.
All the more it may be useful to present the book to the English speaking community, at least in the form of a brief review. Ambitious as this aim may appear, the author does not struggle to develop his ideas–the book summarizes the ideas and insights of thirty years of work on the subject, and that shows. Studies of chemistry at the universities of Mainz and Paris, Ph. He also served as a consultant to major corporations such as IBM, Siemens, Daimler-Benz, Hoechst and others, as well as to governmental agencies and university institutes.
Its orientation is thoroughly inter- and transdisciplinary, yet always pragmatic and packed with everyday empirical observations and practical examples.
Methodological developments of the systems approach since the late s have come to question the universal applicability of this strand of systems thinking and have made available to researchers and professionals a number of options. This is a book review of a somewhat unusual sort. They were translated into 11 different languages, but not, amazingly, into English. Kapuzenschatzi rated it liked it May 28, This book is not yet featured on Listopia.
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A critical look at Frederic Vester’s bio-cybernetic systems approach. Of course, frfderic any book, this one has its limitations, too. Frederic Vester Born on November 23rd, Stefan rated it liked it Aug 23, Learn more about Amazon Prime.