What led to the appearance of life? And after all, what is life? What is the living? How does it appear, how does it persist? Is it unique to our planet, or is it a banal process, common in the universe? Dominique Dunon-Bluteau (Professor of developmental cell biology at Pierre […]Read More
Workshop Ordinary Life in Philosophy and Anthropology Theories, Practices, Methods June, 16 & 17 2022 Paris, Collège de France Équipe “Anthropologie de la vie” Laboratoire d’anthropologie sociale, Collège de France, Université PSL Institut des sciences juridique et philosophique de la Sorbonne (CNRS Paris 1) Organizers: Lauren Kamili (EHESS) Sandra Laugier […]Read More
We are pleased to share an extract of "La vie en fragments" ("Fragments of Life"), our interdisciplinary exhibition project. Elaborated by artists and scientists, this exhibition wishes to offer fundamental insights on life and on the consequences of biotechnologies on the organisation of human societies.
Do not hesitate to contact us if you would like more information about this project.