Cutting skin… Moving cells…
When we cut our skin, groups of cells rush en masse to the site to heal the wound. But the complicated mechanics of this collective cell movement — which are facilitated by rearrangements between each cell and its neighbors — have made it challenging for researchers to decipher what’s actually driving it. Notbohm and doctoral […]
Why doesn’t any animal have three legs?
If ‘Why?’ is the first question in science, ‘Why not?’ must be a close second. Sometimes it’s worth thinking about why something does not exist. Such as a truly three-legged animal. At least one researcher has been pondering the non-existence of tripeds. “Almost all animals are bilateral,” he said. The code for having two sides […]
Lance Ah Kair, (2022), What is Existence?
[The essay below was submitted to Harmonia Philosophica in the context of the “What is Existence?” call for philosophical essays] What is Existence? Feeling is largely unknown. Some are even heard to say that feeling is not emotion. I have often wondered if there is an affect called ‘pain’ that can analogue between the physical […]
Philosophy BY children!
Philosophy BY children! A new group to publish and discuss the answers of children to the greatest philosophical problems of humanity was created: PHILOSOPHY BY CHILDREN! Philosophy is not ‘for’ children. Philosophy can only be conducted BY children! We must forget how to think in order to think! True philosophers should always question everything. And […]
Irrational Paths: Life and Death…
In a glance: IRRATIONAL PATHS are very short videos that try to provoke unconventional philosophical ideas via the promotion of irrational thoughts on crucial philosophical subjects… Topic: Life and Death Idea: Can life exist without death? Any comments are welcome! Do not hesitate to contact us via the Harmonia Philosophica email or via our YouTube […]
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