Reflection on the philosophical understanding of colour.

According to our everyday experience, the objects that surround us are coloured. Lemons are yellow, cucumbers are green, and our car is black. But according to physical science, lemons, cucumbers, and our car are composed of particles that are not attributed with colour whatsoever. These two pictures of the world seem not entirely compatible, but how come? Is philosophy able to provide us with an answer to this question?

Reflection on the philosophical understanding of colour.2019-12-13T07:31:07+00:00

Can we get a conception of absolute reality?

What is the world like beyond human-object relations? If we think of absolute reality as something that is permanent and not bound to time and space, and something that goes beyond the relation of being and thinking, would it be possible for us to perceive it?

Can we get a conception of absolute reality?2019-12-13T07:31:02+00:00

Podcast: Science in the wild with Roland van Dierendonck

Everything around us is part of an ecosystem: the earth, the forest​s, but also plants are part of the system that sustains life on earth. Plants make oxygen and are food for humans and animals​. They are also one of the few living organisms that can make their own food from air and light. Leafy green granules are a crucial part of this and also cause the green color of leaves. With the help of microscopy and do-it-yourself coloring methods, we can expose the cell structures of plants.

Podcast: Science in the wild with Roland van Dierendonck2019-08-12T09:45:42+00:00
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