Wie wirklich ist die Wirklichkeit?

Wie wirklich ist die Wirklichkeit? The Connection Between Communication And Reality Is A Relatively New Idea It Is Only In Recent Decades That The Confusions, Disorientations And Very Different World Views That Arise As A Result Of Communication Have Become An Independent Field Of Research One Of The Experts Who Has Been Working In This Field Is Dr Paul Watzlawick, And He Here Presents, In A Series Of Arresting And Sometimes Very Funny Examples, Some Of The Findings

Was an Austrian American psychologist and philosopher A theoretician in communication theory and radical constructivism, he has commented in the fields of family therapy and general psychotherapy He was one of the most influential figures at the Mental Research Institute and lived and worked in Palo Alto, California, until his death at the age of 85

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  • Hardcover
  • 288 pages
  • Wie wirklich ist die Wirklichkeit?
  • Paul Watzlawick
  • English
  • 14 September 2019
  • 9780285625730

10 thoughts on “Wie wirklich ist die Wirklichkeit?

  1. says:

    Not what I expected This book s a bit of a classic in communication theory, because it was the first academic book that suggested there was a seperate reality for everyone involved in a relationship no one is wrong , everyone s truth is valid Through citations I read over the years I got the impression that this was chock full of anecdotes about miscommunications in relationships, but in fact there s only three puzzled face It is, rather, a book about slippages or potential slippages in communication in a much wider frame.So it covers the Prisoner s Dilemma, a really good discussion of Newcombe s Paradox, Flatland, an analysis of how we might communicate with aliens, interspecies communication like the very early stages of the Washoe project , etc.It s an easy read, highly conversational, but because it s a 36 year old book I wouldn t recommend it Much of what is in here was a novel suggestion at the time, but generally accepted now A little bit of it infuriated me e.g the images on the Pioneer probes can t be sexist because a woman unnamed, just Carl Sagan s wife drew them took me riiight back to my childhood, that one.3 stars, mainly for the paradox discussion.

  2. says:

    I have re read this book after some 12 years and it s as relevant as ever.Main ideas presented in the book deal with how communication creates reality Author makes a distinction between first order reality the actual physical space and second order reality the explanations and conceptualizations that living beings create to make sense of the world.Through examinations of problems in translation, paradoxes and possibilities of non human communication with apes, dolphins and extraterrestrials we are exposed to some really uncomfortable conclusions about what is reality I would recommend this book to anyone interested in communication, language and deeper insight on the nature of reality.Few quotes Language not only conveys information but also expresses a world view The belief that one s own view of reality is the only reality is the most dangerous of all delusions It becomes still dangerous if it is coupled with a missionary zeal to enlighten the rest of the world, whether the rest of the world wishes to be enlightened or not.

  3. says:

    Testo scritto davvero benissimo e molto avvincente, nonostante la complessit del tema Grazie ai numerosi aneddoti, W riesce a spiegare tutte quelle strutture mentali che condizionano la nostra percezione del reale Il testo parte dall assunto che una delle credenze pi pericolose sia quella di sostenere che ci sia una sola realt Di fatto, W ci parla di due livelli di realt il primo verificabile attraverso l analisi di dati e dipende dalla nostra conoscenza tecnica Il secondo livello, quello pi importante, invece legato a questioni sociali, cio a come trasmettiamo le informazioni La realt , quindi, dipenda da come rilasciamo e otteniamo le informazioni W analizza i casi della confusione, disinformazione e della comunicazione in generale Il primo caso analizza tutti quei momenti in cui possono esserci problemi di trasmissione del messaggio quando il ricevente e l emittente non condividono lo stesso codice, allora possono presentarsi alcuni conflitti interpretativi che mostrano come nello stesso messaggio possano prodursi due realt differenti Il secondo caso, invece, analizza tutte quelle situazioni in cui si individua un senso all interno di eventi del tutto casuali questo dipenda dalla nostra capacit di cercare connessioni, capacit che, a volte, vede legami anche dove non ci sono E, molto spesso, la realt viene osservata sulla base di proprie convinzioni e non sull attenta analisi dei dati La terza parte, infine, mostra i tentativi dell uomo di comunicare con altri esseri viventi Questo mostra come gran parte del nostro mondo dipenda dal nostro modo di strutturare il linguaggio e che diverse specie osservano il mondo in maniera diversa Ciononostante, la realt fatta di alcuni elementi base che possono diventare elementi simbolici condivisi da tutti Il testo si conclude analizzando tutti i paradossi introdotti dal mondo quantistico, mostrando come le conoscenze scientifiche possono stravolgere la nostra percezione del reale Testo per tutti, davvero notevole la capacit divulgativa di W.

  4. says:

    This was a wonderful journey through many interconnected experiments, stories, dilemmas, paradoxes, thought experiences or anecdotes The sum of these don t only offer information about language or communication, but about different belief systems religion, superstition sociology, intersubjectivity, radical constructivism, the animal kingdom, aliens, time and space, time travel and, of course the concept of reality.This book kindles fascination in the world out there , as well as a healthy amount of skepticism towards subjective perception.The primary goal, to make the reader question himself how real is real is greatly accomplished.

  5. says:

    Si bien se nota que fue escrito en 1979 me gust mucho Es un pantallazo general sobre la informaci n y la desinformaci n, las barreras ling sticas, los malos entendidos, la manipulaci n de la informaci n y la consecuente maleabilidad de la concepci n de la realidad para todas las personas, incluso toca la tem tica de la comunicaci n entre animales y seres humanos En estos tiempos en que se cuestiona o interroga a los medios de comunicaci n masiva acerca de su poder para desvirtuar la realidad en funci n de sus propios intereses o de sus socios en el poder Muy interesante y de f cil lectura.

  6. says:

    Un libro scritto negli anni Settanta che ci parla in maniera straordinariamente lucida del nostro presente, un presente che vive pi che mai di comunicazione, di disinformazione e, conseguentemente, nella confusione Con il suo stile preciso ma mai ostico, scientifico ma piacevolissimo, Watzlawick ci parla di paradossi, di fake news prima che si chiamassero cos di cavalli parlanti , di spie e addirittura di comunicazioni con gli alieni Un libro da leggere per capire meglio le strategie che ci creiamo per ingannare e ingannarci, di fronte a una realt che rimane indecifrabile e paradossale, nonostante i nostri sforzi.

  7. says:

    Aunque su libro El arte de amargarse la vida me encant , ste no me ha gustado Me ha resultado muy pesado, y cuando habla de la comunicaci n con extraterrestres al final ya se me pon an los ojos en blanco Se va mucho por las ramas y se hace muy muy pesado No lo volver a a leer.

  8. says:

    Filosof a, matem ticas, f sica, comunicaci n este libro lo tiene todo y adem s de forma amena.

  9. says:

    De lo que no se puede hablar, se debe callar.

  10. says:

    Radikaler KonstruktivismusDer Radikale Konstruktivismus ist jene Philosophie zu der sich der Autor ganz klar bekennt und zu deren Bestand er wesentlich beigetragen hat Watzlawick kommt urspr nglich aus der Psychologie und Sprachforschung und insofern liegen seine Betrachtungsobjekte auch genau in jenem Bereich.Was ist nun dieser Radikale Konstruktivismus Nun, das ist gar nicht so schwer zu verstehen, der Kern ist, dass die Wirklichkeit die wir sehen immer dadurch beeinflusst wird, was wir ber die Wirklichkeit denken, d.h vor allem durch unser soziales Umfeld aber auch durch unsere pers nliche Biographie Uninterpretierte Wirklichkeit gibt es nicht, zumindest nicht f r uns Menschen denn immer werden unsere Sinneseindr cke sofort von unserer Vergangenheit und unserem Wissen interpretiert werden.Man k nnte nun annehmen, dass dieses Buch ein langatmiger philosophischer Schm ker ist, der kaum fesseln kann, doch das Gegenteil ist wahr Der Autor erkl rt seine Weltsicht ausschlie lich mit Kurzgeschichten, Anekdoten und Fallschilderungen So bleibt das Buch sehr kurzweilig und dennoch lehrreich.Ein Punkteabzug muss jedoch gemacht werden, da das letzte Viertel beinahe in die Science Fiction abzugleiten droht ohne die Aussagekraft des Buches zu erh hen Hier geht Watzlawick auf potentielle Kommunikationsm glichkeiten mit Au erirdischen und Zeitreisen ein ganz zweifellos beides interessante Themen, die auch wissenschaftlich er rtert werden d rfen und sollen, die jedoch eher in anderen B chern Platz finden sollten Besonders erschwert wird dieser Umstand dadurch, dass diese Schilderung aus der Mitte der 70er Jahre des vorigen Jahrhunderts stammen und daher auch nicht mehr ganz dem Erkenntnisstand der heutigen Naturwissenschaften entsprechen.

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