Posts Tagged ‘systemic causality’

De Facto | Erasmus+

DE FACTO 2018-2020 Erasmus+ 2018: 2018-1-BG01-KA202-048002 NTCenter’s partners in this project are organisations from Czech Republic, Slovenia, United Kingdom, Belgium and Italy

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Systemic Causality

Systemic causality (systemic causation),  as opposed to direct cause-effect, is not a naturally occuring learning concept, claims Prof. George Lakoff of University of California, Berkeley. The explanation is simple – the brain is unfit for this task because it is unable to observe it. The brain deals fairly well with simplistic cause-efffect relations, e.g. summer…

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