In 1968, Gregory Bateson published “The Logical Categories of Learning and Communication,” a remarkably dry title for a work that would spur a new understanding on the ways in which people – and systems in general – change and learn. Long before the term “neuroplasticity” was invented, Bateson inferred its properties and wove his understanding into the then-nascent field of cybernetics.
This taxonomy of change now informs the way that stories become truly transformational, and how to encourage transformation amongst members of the audience.
Since then, the science of neuroplasticity has emerged, and we can be far more specific about how our brains are changed by – and encourage – transformational storytelling.
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