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Community Reviews. Showing Average rating 4. Rating details. More filters. Sort order. While I first read this book and listened to lectures on it in it still very much alive for me today. I'm posting this review today because once again I will be teaching from this text in one of my classes.

Some of the ideas have fallen out of favor such as using double binds as an explanation for schizophrenia but much of what is in the book is still very valuable for understanding how we humans interact. Despite the oversimplification of the first axiom, which states "one cannot not communi While I first read this book and listened to lectures on it in it still very much alive for me today.

Despite the oversimplification of the first axiom, which states "one cannot not communicate", there is much wisdom in those words. I have tortured students with this book for over 30 years and plan to continue. The main basis of the book is systems theory. Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson were some of the first authors to introduce these concepts to communication. This is one of the many things in life to which I owe Ed Wotring a debt of gratitude. Testo sacro per chi sia punto o punta da vaghezza riguardo all'argomento.

View 2 comments. Tiene claves importantes sobre la c Imprescindible. During my second year of psychology, I had to take a course of counseling, in which the teacher practically made us learn by heart the five axioms of communication. This is where I first came across Watzlawick and his fellows work on the pragmatics of human communication.

Very intrigued and honestly, quite fascinated by what the axioms imply on a practical level, I looked his publications up and there came this book.

When you first read the title and subtitle , you immediately know it is not on During my second year of psychology, I had to take a course of counseling, in which the teacher practically made us learn by heart the five axioms of communication.

When you first read the title and subtitle , you immediately know it is not only going to be theory. The first chapter may have been a bit destabilizing at first, for it made references to some mathematical theories that the average psychology student is unaware of.

But they had to explore this domain because this is where information and feedback theories come from. Then, the more I read, the more "Aha! Every chapter introduced a problematic in theory and then the following chapter discussed the same topic in an empirical way. The authors included thorough examples and sometimes even their own anecdotes to make sure the reader got his way around.

One chapter that I found most striking was probably the fifth chapter about the play "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf? I have not read this play prior to reading this book, but I had heard that it was purely psychotic.

In sense, it is. But this is exactly why it is interesting to study it in a communicational point of view. The authors deconstruct the craziness surrounding the play to show that in the final analysis, it once again comes down to a systemic and not causal approach: why Martha and George are acting the way they are, and how they came to be rooted in a twisted "game" like theirs.

In my opinion, this book is truly a must read for anyone wishing to learn more about the impact of communication on the human behavior! Utterly fascinating. Total, que en ese negociado me ha salido mal la jugada, pero yo soy incapaz de no terminar un libro entre otras muchas incapacidades que poseo. Mi preferida es la del paciente que se cree Dios. Es decir, que como libro de apoyo para una asignatura me ha parecido bastante inadecuado, pero como lectura curiosa para aprender cosas bien me ha servido.

Feb 17, Pili rated it really liked it. Un libro imprescindible. Es imposible no comunicarse: 2. La comunic Un libro imprescindible. Libro illuminante. Da leggere. So many words and too much math involved, but some really interesting communication concepts.

Lo scambio verbale linguaggio digitale e non verbale linguaggio analogico tra due individui attiva uno scambio e una contrattazione continua di un senso. La comunicazione ha delle proprie regole e persino i conflitti hanno una propria logica. Come possono essere risolte gravi impasse comunicative? Un problema viene visto come un malfunzionamento di un congegno. Bisogna intervenire sul problema presente e non chiedersi quali siano state le fasi che hanno portato al suo presentarsi.

Notes from midterm: Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson also assert the vital role of interpretation in communication. Like Mead, they touch upon the idea of intuition, but not in the way of gestures and reflexes, but rather, in their view that human intuition is expressed through the classification of the digital vs. The analogic means of communication, they contend, is deep-rooted in our system of understanding through relationships, and does not rely on verbal Notes from midterm: Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson also assert the vital role of interpretation in communication.

The analogic means of communication, they contend, is deep-rooted in our system of understanding through relationships, and does not rely on verbal communication or the naming of objects. This type of communication, therefore, requires no descriptive words, and in fact, interpretation of language is deemed meaningless in this mode.

The digital mode, on the other hand, is the stuff of language: It is designated of names, words and pictures.

It is the drawing of things, the pointing on things and the descriptions of meanings of things. In the digital mode, words are ascribed to things in order to explain them, and unlike the analogic mode, these words would not be organically understood.

They would require interpretation, in the same way that words in a foreign language are required to be interpreted in order to be understood. Language is then necessary in the formulation of the digital mode, as it is needed to bring precision and logic to meanings. In order to capture meaning, Watzlawick et al. Watzlawick et al. Basically, the axioms of communication that Watzlawick, Beavin, and Jackson bring into light is that behavior is ultimately an unstoppable happening: Our behaviors are not just in our words, but they are in everything.

All that we do, or do not do, is communication. We are communicating all the time, because we are behaving all the time. And just as what is behaved is communicated, what is communicated, in turn, is also behaved. And as long as all communication has behavior in it, then there is a relationship aspect to it. In our social interactions, our behaviors send out messages — and the patterns of these messages sent out make up the interaction structures.

This has been by far one of my favorite books for quite awhile, it offers significant insight into the significance of patterns in communication, paradoxical communication, metacommunication, complementary and symmetrical schizmogenesis. If you have the patience to make your way through this publication, in my perception, you can gain valuable knowledge from authors that are proven experts in the field. Patty rated it liked it Oct 09, Unul din formatorii mei mi-a recomandat aceasta carte, numind-o "cea mai buna carte despre comunicarea umana".

O carte revolutionara scrisa in anii '70 care a pus bazele unei noi modalitati de abordare a psihoterapiei plecand de la modalitatile in care comunicam si efectele comportamentale pragmatice ale comunicarii. One of the must reads on human communications, one of my all time favorites. Language - and this is what Paul seems to have missed - is a meta-language too.

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