Earthucation: Using interdisciplinary philosophy, education, and science communication to understand the climate crisis

2023-02-01T08:08:59+01:00

Image: What do planets outside our solar system, or exoplanets, look like? A variety of possibilities are shown in this illustration. Scientists discovered the first exoplanets in the 1990s. As of 2022, the tally stands at just over 5,000 confirmed exoplanets. As Earthlings, we seem to have an unstoppable craving for imagining living on other planets. Why? Credits: NASA/JPL-Caltech This article was written by Mario Veen. Mario

Earthucation: Using interdisciplinary philosophy, education, and science communication to understand the climate crisis2023-02-01T08:08:59+01:00

The Wicked, the Wanted and the Wonder

2022-12-06T09:06:12+01:00

On how interdisciplinary research changes directions Text: Sabine Winters / edit Kees Müller Download the PDF here. At the beginning of 2020 it once again became very clear what kind of interconnected world we live in. What started on the other side of the world effortlessly came our way with lightning speed. For many, this time felt and still feels like an alienating experience, ‘as if we were

The Wicked, the Wanted and the Wonder2022-12-06T09:06:12+01:00

Tribal Marks: The horrors of being a living culture confluence

2022-12-01T16:02:55+01:00

This entry was submitted by Peculiar Adebayo. Bin gar keine Russin Stamm’ aus Litauen, Echt deutsch. - S. Elliot This line is in an English poem and one blogger commenting on it refers to the Tower of Babel curse, a sort of rootlessness that plagued the multilingual elite of Europe. It’s an aptly fitting metaphor for the headspace I find myself growing into recently. As a Nigerian

Tribal Marks: The horrors of being a living culture confluence2022-12-01T16:02:55+01:00

Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero

2022-11-28T16:17:01+01:00

“In the realm of colour, chemical colour, synthetic colour, nothing remains the same as it was yesterday.” - Esther Leslie [Synthetic Worlds] In the ocean your global positioning is in constant fluctuation. If you are salmon in the wild a krill appeals to you. It is pure sustenance. Carotenoids that tint float, draw you in… “Crustaceans swimming at 63°29’19.8”N,

Salmon: A Red Herring by Cooking Sections Review by Oscar Salguero2022-11-28T16:17:01+01:00

LMX UNLIMITED Lookbook

2022-12-01T12:43:54+01:00

Review by Oscar Salguero May 19, 2021 Outside the window, a mask is not an unusual sight. I am stuck at home, scrolling, when I stumble upon an Instagram post Instagram post that was later deleted (or archived) as of December 24, 2021 of a woman wearing an elaborated red mask, 105 likes, organic looking, 3D printed, lush... It is #covidcouture, an ode to viral protection

LMX UNLIMITED Lookbook2022-12-01T12:43:54+01:00

The Realities of Migraines

2022-12-01T12:44:10+01:00

Text: Sabine Winters / Photo by sebastiaan stam on Unsplash ‘Illness is the night-side of life, a more onerous citizenship. Everyone who is born holds dual citizenship, in the kingdom of the well and in the kingdom of the sick. Although we all prefer to use only the good passport, sooner or later each of us is obligated, at least for a spell, to identify ourselves as

The Realities of Migraines2022-12-01T12:44:10+01:00

A Lump of Bowels, a Piece of Gut

2021-12-23T13:41:15+01:00

In everyday life, a certain balance in the ambiguous experience of the body as a subject as well as an object has to be continuously upheld. This balance reveals itself in our both having and being a body. Or, in other words; the body that we have as an object, is at the same time something that we are as a subject. However, Tereza experiences...

A Lump of Bowels, a Piece of Gut2021-12-23T13:41:15+01:00

The Corona Crisis and Our Personal Situation

2022-12-01T12:44:33+01:00

Freedom and health are fundamental moral values. But there are other, equally important ones. In the course of history many people gave their lives for the value of equality and the idea of a just society and were willing to risk the lives of other people in their pursuit for attaining it. Can we blame them for taking such risks?

The Corona Crisis and Our Personal Situation2022-12-01T12:44:33+01:00
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