Posts on David Bohm

David Bohm is one of the most interesting thinkers that I’ve encountered during all years of reading. Here’s an overview of posts where I mention David Bohm in one way or another:


Organizing retrospective 126 — A retrospective of 2018.

Book Review: The Supreme Art of Dialogue by Anthony Blake

Book Review: Mind and Nature by Gregory Bateson


Organizing retrospective 74 — A retrospective of 2017.

Paavo Pylkkänen on David Bohm’s interpretation of the quantum theory

Interviews with Basil Hiley

Book Review: Artful Leadership by Michael Jones

Book Review: The Future of Humanity by Jiddu Krishnamurti and David Bohm

Book Review: A Key to Whitehead’s Process and Reality Donald W. Sherburne


Organizing retrospective 22 — A retrospective of the 2nd half of 2016.

Analysis of pattern languages

Analysis of the systems view of life

Free flow of meaning

Meaning as being

Book Review: Mind, Matter and the Implicate Order by Paavo Pylkkänen

The meaning of meaning

Information vs. misinformation

Implicate vs. explicate orders

David Bohm on ecology, organization, thinking, dialogue, and wholeness

The very quality of livingness

Analysis of process thinking

Authentic vs. counterfeit orders

Organizing in between and beyond

Book Review: Science, Order, and Creativity by David Bohm and F. David Peat

What is life?

Book Review: Infinite Potential by F. David Peat

Book Review: Synchronicity by F. David Peat


The uncovering of the U-process


The differences between discussion and dialogue

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Jan Höglund has over 35 years of experience in different roles as software developer, project manager, line manager, consultant, and researcher. He shares his reading, book reviews, and learning on his personal blog.

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