Nora Bateson is an award-winning filmmaker, writer, and educator. She is also President of the International Bateson Institute, based in Sweden.
In this short extra episode, Jim talks to Nora Bateson about how the pandemic is changing our relationship to time & mortality, recontextualizing the essential, non-linear future speculation, opportunities & dangers, the fragility of efficiency, changing how we work & travel, our political priorities, prioritizing community, family, locality, health and more. Episode Transcript JRS: EP30 … Continue reading Extra: COVID-19 Transformations with Nora Bateson → The post Extra: COVID-19 Transformations with Nora Bateson appeared first on The Jim Rutt Show.
Nora Bateson talks with Jim about her recent book, her father & grandfather’s academic impact, thinking transcontextually, Game B, warm data labs, and much more… Nora Bateson, award-winning filmmaker, writer, educator, and President of the International Bateson Institute talks with Jim about the work of the International Bateson Institute, her father (Gregory Bateson) & grandfather’s … Continue reading EP30 Nora Bateson on Complexity & the Transcontextual → The post EP30 Nora Bateson on Complexity & the Transcontextual appeared first on The Jim Rutt Show.
Our guest in the following two episodes is Nora Bateson, an award-winning filmmaker, writer, educator, and the President of the International Bateson Institute. Nora comes from a family lineage of complexity thinkers - her father was the systems theorist Gregory Bateson and her grandfather was the biologist William Bateson, who coined the term genetics. Nora’s book Small Arcs of Larger Circles came out in 2016, and she is currently working on her next book about Warm Data, or the interrelational processes between and among systems. Her work brings the fields of biology, cognition, art, anthropology, psychology, and information technology together into a study of the patterns in ecology of living systems. In part 1 of this interview, we discuss the complexity of understanding climate change, and why sense-making isn't common sense. Show notes: http://www.futurethinkers.org/106  Learn how to thrive in this fast changing world. Sign up for our mailing list and get the 50+ page guide: http://futurethinkers.org/signup  Upgrade your mental operating system, increase personal sovereignty and gain deeper self-knowledge with our Courses in Personal Evolution. Register at http://courses.futurethinkers.org 
In this second episode we are very pleased to welcome Nora Bateson, a filmmaker, lecturer, writer, and interloper. She made an award winning film ‘An Ecology of Mind’ about her father Gregory Bateson - the groundbreaking anthropologist, philosopher and cyberneticist. She also wrote a great book called ‘Small Arcs of Larger Circles’, and she now runs what she calls Warm Data Labs all around the world which she mentions in this episode. Her work draws upon her own personal history including her grandfather William Bateson, who was a Professor of Biology at Cambridge University, who first proposed the term “genetics”, back in 1906. To find out more about An Ecology of Mind see here: http://www.anecologyofmind.com/ To find out more about Small Arcs of Larger Circles see here: https://www.triarchypress.net/small-arcs.html To find out more about Warm Data Labs see here: https://hackernoon.com/warm-data-9f0fcd2a828c And to find out more about The International Bateson Institute please see here: https://batesoninstitute.org/ Lastly, to follow Nora on twitter, please do so here: https://twitter.com/NoraBateson
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Creator Details

Birthdate
Apr 13th, 1968
Location
Over, England, United Kingdom
Episode Count
5
Podcast Count
4
Total Airtime
4 hours, 40 minutes
PCID
Podchaser Creator ID logo 422453