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A list of his works includes: Denken, Lernen, Vergessen by Frederic Vester. He was member of several scientific assicaiations and boards of governmental and private institutions as well as member of the Club of Rome. Be the first to ask a question about Vergwssen, Lernen, Vergessen.
Denken, Lernen, Vergessen by Frederic Vester
Gallen Frederic Vester Born on November 23rd, German Edition [Frederic Vester] on. Died on November 2nd, Lefnen Roessler rated it really liked it Jul 26, Studies of chemistry at the universities of Mainz and Paris, Ph. On the other hand, to be fair to Vester, it is always a bit questionable to measure a book by issues that it does not mean to address.
Michael Boegl rated it really liked it Jan 06, Willi Braun rated it liked it Sep 06, Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. He was a member of the Club of Rome. Dokusha rated it liked it Dec 17, Alexa Actionable Analytics for the Web. Kapuzenschatzi rated it liked it May 28, Martin rated it really liked it Dec 28, Ampire rated it it was ok May 18, From to he was postdoctoral fellow at Yale University and Cambridge.
They were translated into 11 different languages, but not, amazingly, into English. Publications Most of Vesters books were published in German as well as in other languages, though seldom in English.
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However, the data there is quite dated the first edition, that I read, is over 30 years old. Systems Practice Special Issue: No trivia or quizzes yet. He hardly questions the limitations of his natural-science-based learning from nature paradigm, apparently unaware that it is not always beyond doubt when applied vesfer societal issues.
Mar 21, Jiri Palecek rated it really liked it.
The tool is now widely applied in business, governmental institutions and reasearch, since the integration of Vesters lifework in into Malik Management St.
Or, as a second example, is it not perhaps all too simple to assume that if only a sufficient number of us learn to master the art of network thinking, we will then also agree on the right solutions to the pressing issues of our time?
Return to Book Page. Frederic Vester November 23, — November 2, was a German biochemist, and an expert in the field of ecology. Frederic Vester Born on November 23rd, New Pocketbook Edition, with a new introduction and tips for first-time readers.
Vester is also the author of the software tool Sensitivity model and of several cybernetic games:.
The couple had three children and six grandchildren. Meinolf rated it liked it Nov 09, The tool is now widely veregssen in business, governmental institutions and reasearch, since the integration of Vesters lifework in into Malik Management St.
Denken, Lernen, Vergessen
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Manoela Ilic rated it liked it Jul 20, Published first published January 1st From to he was a professor at the Bundeswehr University Munich, and from to he was Professor for Applied Economics at the Hochschule St.
Rather, Vester argues, good results depend on our capabilities of reducing the information overload. Ivy rated it liked it Apr 21, By December it had been reprinted five times. Westermann Multimedia, ; Version 2.
His characterization of the new quality of thinking required for dealing with the increasing complexity of our world, the postulate of vernetztes Denken, has become a household world that everyone understands immediately and intuitively, despite the difficult implications it often has in practice.