Projects (4)

Kairos Collective

Cultural ecology

Human societies are permeated by cultural structures which span all aspects of human life, from the way we think to their familial and political organisation. Those structures are not pre-given, but are continuously recreated along with the environment and the social relations in which they…

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Complexity and politics

Human societies are shaped by the way humans learn from each other, allowing them to collectively adapt to complex or harsh environmental niches by building ecologically appropriate norms and skills. Those adaptations develop within socio-economic networks and institutions in which they are effectively embedded, making…

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Epistemology and enactivism

Instead of working together to understand the world, philosophers often discuss issues that are in no way integrated with relevant research, while scientists work on the premise of deeply flawed philosophical assumptions. This separation is driven by the development of highly technical, domain-specific languages which…

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Dynamics of life and consciousness

Complex structures like bacteria or human societies exist far from equilibrium, in the sense that their continued existence relies on canalysing energy gradients into constructing themselves. Studying the way autonomous systems work to harness change is consequetly a guiding theme of the life sciences. Yet,…

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