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by Lee Nichol,David Bohm

On Dialogue epub ebook

Author: Lee Nichol,David Bohm
Category: Humanities
Language: English
Publisher: Routledge; 1 edition (December 5, 1996)
ISBN: 0415149118
ISBN13: 978-0415149112
Rating: 4.1
Votes: 231
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Lee Nichols in the forward adds, " is more of the nature of relaxed, nonjudgmental curiosity, its primary activity being . For many, On Dialogue is their first introduction to David Bohm

Lee Nichols in the forward adds, " is more of the nature of relaxed, nonjudgmental curiosity, its primary activity being to see things as freshly and clearly as possible" (p. xviii). For many, On Dialogue is their first introduction to David Bohm. In this book Dr. Bohm brings to action the idea of many of his investigations of thought and his experience as a physicist, by presenting a space for groups learning to think together. Rather than a group simply sharing ideas back and forth, Dr. Bohm felt that we had the ability, through dialogue, to create something totally new in thought.

David Bohm, the author of On Dialogue, was apparently recognized as one of the greatest theoretical physicists of the twentieth century. Despite my background in physics, I’d never heard of his contributions to the field, and I’d certainly never heard of his contributions to other fields, includin. ell, whatever you could call this book.

David Joseph Bohm FRS (/boʊm/; December 20, 1917 – October 27, 1992) was an American scientist who has been described as one of the most significant theoretical physicists of the 20th century and who contributed unorthodox ideas to quantum theory, n. .

David Joseph Bohm FRS (/boʊm/; December 20, 1917 – October 27, 1992) was an American scientist who has been described as one of the most significant theoretical physicists of the 20th century and who contributed unorthodox ideas to quantum theory, neuropsychology and the philosophy of mind. Bohm advanced the view that quantum physics meant that the old Cartesian model of reality – that there are two kinds of substance, the mental and the physical, that somehow interact – was too limited.

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David Bohm, the author of On Dialogue, was apparently recognized as one of the greatest theoretical physicists of.The prospect of enhanced humanity. This is the terrain David Bohm explores, analyzing the potential of the form of common dialogue

David Bohm, the author of On Dialogue, was apparently recognized as one of the greatest theoretical physicists of the twentieth century. Despite my background in physics, I’d never heard of his. This is the terrain David Bohm explores, analyzing the potential of the form of common dialogue. When we come together to talk, or otherwise to act in common, can.

by no means prior to has there been a better desire for deeper listening and extra open communique to deal with the advanced difficulties dealing with our companies, companies and societies. well known scientist David Bohm believed there has been a greater manner for humanity to find which means and to accomplish concord. He pointed out artistic discussion, a sharing of assumptions and knowing, as a way during which the person, and society as a complete, can examine extra approximately themselves and others, and accomplish a renewed feel of purpose.

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Never before has there been a greater need for deeper listening and more open communication to cope with the complex problems facing our organizations, businesses and societies. Renowned scientist David Bohm believed there was a better way for humanity to discover meaning and to achieve harmony. He identified creative dialogue, a sharing of assumptions and understanding, as a means by which the individual, and society as a whole, can learn more about themselves and others, and achieve a renewed sense of purpose.
Reviews (7)
Coiril
I've read almost all of Bohm's books. This one is phenomenal. I mean, they're all good. This is the one that drives it home in a very clear concise way. Buy it for sure then share with a friend. Bohm is the only thinker thus far in history to make to marry the implicate meaning of content with the physical universe that we are most familiar with. Other thinkers tend to get stuck but Bohm doesn't. He hammers it out in a way that is understandable. It's very very good. After you read this one I suggest, "on creativity." Both these are huge home runs. They should be required reading for all humans. There would be noticeable shift if large populations of the people read these books. The world would definitely change.

Dead Samurai
It's not easy for me to read because I am not a student of Latin. His use of Latin phrases to explain what he has written in his native language made it harder for me to decipher the meaning of his thoughts. The theologian's style of writing gave me the impression he was directing his thoughts to another theologian and not the general reader. I like his ideas, I think.

mIni-Like
Preface by Peter Senge is worth a read in and of itself! "...a growing recognition that the complex problem our organizations and societies face demand a deeper listening and a more open communication than has been the norm" (p. viii). So begins this book. Lee Nichols in the forward adds, "[Dialogue] is more of the nature of relaxed, nonjudgmental curiosity, its primary activity being to see things as freshly and clearly as possible" (p. xviii).

As described, Bohm's purpose for dialogue is not to agree or reach consensus per se but for people to "create something new together. . . . each has to be interested primarily in truth and coherence, so that he is ready to drop his old ideas and intentions, and be ready to go on to something different" (p. 3). This is a book about our thoughts, biases, and assumptions. Dialogue is a way to suspend our assumptions, to honor the varying assumptions in the room, and to collectively create a new way forward. It is about reflection, learning, and respecting others sufficiently because we value community as a representation of the various people.

Adoranin
The preface from Peter Senge is itself well worth the read on its own, I am a fan of Peter too. Bohm has impacted so many great thinkers, including the Dali Lama. His books are not easy to read, I normally can get in one or two pages and have to put it down to reflect. This book, and others he wrote like it, create an awareness of one's mental processes, and that of others. That awareness can literally enhance your ability to think and communicate clearly. For me, as I read the "best practices" for communicating, it tells me there is no near-term hope for the deteriorating communications we have in our society today, especially in politics. This book has the blueprint our country needs to start working together and not only understanding each other, but to use interactions with others to think more clearly. If you do not like books that explain in detail how our minds work, suggest not getting, it is not an easy read.

Quemal
For many, On Dialogue is their first introduction to David Bohm. In this book Dr. Bohm brings to action the idea of many of his investigations of thought and his experience as a physicist, by presenting a space for groups learning to think together. Rather than a group simply sharing ideas back and forth, Dr. Bohm felt that we had the ability, through dialogue, to create something totally new in thought. If you have not read it, read David Bohm's book, Thought as a System, the book will open your thinking of what thought is and question what we consider are our own thoughts. I found On Dialogue to be a very exciting idea. In practice Dialogue, as presented by Dr. Bohm is not for the faint at heart, but rewarding.

Celore
As I read I wished I could mail a copy to every politician/leader/human on Earth. When I first started reading it I felt like it was intense, but the ideas have stuck with me more than six months later.

Xava
Interesting read as part of an OD doctoral program, but I'm not sure I'd sit down with it otherwise. It is simple and quick, however, and reiterates the dire need to listen and be aware of our internal assumptions and beliefs.

I read On Dialogue as part of the Farnham Street book club. There are many good concepts presented bybthe author, but the book read like a science/philosophy text book. It's not a light read, but if you want to dig into concepts of communication intertwined with concepts of thoughts, perceptions, and participation, then by all means take the time to read this book.

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