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Copyright © 1997, Jay Ligda.  All rights reserved.  Published by Humans in the Universe and Jay Ligda.

Learning IV

      According to Bateson (1972), learning IV is the combination of phylogenesis (the evolution of a species) with ontogenesis (the development of an individual).  Perhaps learning IV is the ability to alter the shape of the species in which learning I-III take place.  In which case, learning IV would give rise to instinctual behaviors, or gap in perception.  This type of learning could take place within the morphogenetic field. 

by Jay Ligda

(This work is a all or part of an original work first published/written for John. F. Kennedy University:  Final Integrative Project., Mar1996.)


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References

  • Bateson, G. (1972).  Steps to an Ecology of Mind:  A Revolutionary Approach to Man's Understanding of Himself.  New York, NY:  Chandler.

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