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Topic: Re:neurological levels
Posted by: Todd
Date/Time: 11/09/2003 22:51:31

Bateson does in fact define his use of logical levels (and they are logical levels of learning)

I am not sure what you mean by Bateson having defined them, "in the way mentioned in that article" as I don't know the article to which you refer.

However, you can find Bateson's discussion in one of: "Mind & Nature" or "Steps to an Ecology of Mind" I don't recall which, but try "mind and nature" first. Sorry I can't be more specific, but I don't have access to the bookcase at the moment...

These are both a good read on some of the 'ground' out of which NLP grew. This relationship will be fairly translucent to those who know the new coding.

bye for now,


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TopicDate PostedPosted By
Unified Field theory and NLP31/07/2003 03:51:03Renee Levant
     Re:Unified Field theory and NLP31/07/2003 05:26:11doug
          Re:Re:Unified Field theory and NLP31/07/2003 09:58:24Michael Carroll
               Re:Re:Re:Unified Field theory and NLP31/07/2003 14:29:04doug
                    neurological levels31/07/2003 21:41:56doug
                         Re:neurological levels11/09/2003 22:51:31Todd
                              Re:Re:neurological levels12/09/2003 01:04:54Todd Sloane
          Guys......may be u see ToE here.....19/01/2004 16:40:02genius

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