Books in Progress
Nearing 90, prof.emeritus Stein Braten
writing on his recently started new book,
with much focus on A.N.Whitehead, in
new apartment in Sorumsgate, Lillestrom,
July 26 and 28, 2023 [phonecam photos by son].
The present book S.B. is working on
has a focus on such as sociological
aspects of A.N.Whitehead's classic
Process and Reality from 1929, which
has been central in mostly all of
S.B.'s whole career.
Now submitted to publishing house:
a new book manuscript with themes
including communication between
children and adults--dialogue, model
power, perspectives, immediacy,
hierarchy, networks and more. For
decades, sociological aspects of
Martin Buber's Ich und Du have
been of core interest for Braten
and Buber's thoughts are given
considerable space in the book.
Stein Bråten, April 15, 2023:
Nearly finished with the newest book:
Stein Bråten, October 3, 2022
Den nyeste boken som S.B. arbeider på
er viet bl.a. sosiologiske aspekter ved
Process and Reality til A.N.Whitehead.
Levert til forlag etter 3-4 års arbeid:
En helt ny norsk bok om kommunikasjon
mellom barn og voksne. Teamer inkluderer
dialog, modellmakt, perspektiver,
umiddelbarhet, hierarki og nettverk. I mange
tiår har sosiologiske trekk ved Martin Buber's
Ich und Du vært sentral for Bråten; og Buber
vies god plass i boken.
A reference library of research
with some manuscripts
Index over texts at stein-braten.com
Selected published articles / books with ISBN
Search up at University of Oslo
The main postulate (on the Virtual Other)
as proposed in Born with the Other in Mind
led to a conference and the Cambridge University
Press book (edited by S.Braten), which brings
together scientists from many fields of research
in cross-disciplinary efforts at dialogue.
(click here for info on this and other
books and articles, many of which deals with the
Virtual Other theory).
The virtual other is, as suggested by
this author, a companion space, in-born
in the mind in an immediate sense,
which invites actual others for
protoconversation from birth, and is
a ground for socialised cognitive contact
of a pro-compassionate kind as well
Letter from Professor Daniel N. Stern, Geneva, on
December 5, 1993, to this author on the manuscript
'Born with the Other in Mind':
Dear Professor Stein Bråten,
First, I want to tell you how much I appreciate
your recent book.
I think it is a major contribution. I
Secondly, I regret to tell you that I will be in
the U.S. at the time of [your] symposium on
Intersubjectivity..." in August, 1994. I will
not be able to attend as it falls during our
family holidays. It sounds terrific and I will
certainly miss much.
I don't know if you have any plans to be in
this area soon -- ICIS in Paris in June? I shall
visit my daughter in Göteborg, Sweden in April.
Perhaps there is some way to get together.
(Letter reprinted with permission.)