When research takes place in biology, two experts can be working on two different things. That’s because the field of biology and its current events cover a wide variety of topics and subjects. Read about the various ways biology is in the news and what the latest findings have to say about the future of living things.
Are you a rationalist or an idealist? A skeptic or a cynic? This article highlights some of the most influential schools of philosophy throughout the course of Western philosophy. From Existentialism to Structuralism, learn about some of the great philosophical doctrines of the past and present, and how they are still relevant today.
In 1829, archeologists unearthed a colossal pre-Columbian stone monument from the foundations of a colonial church in Mexico City. This monument, the Head of Coyolxauhqui, was carved in Tenochtitlan, the center of the Aztec world. We will discuss its iconographical significance, theorize reasons for its creation, its function in the pre-Columbian world, and what became of the monument since.
A brief discussion of six of the most famous paintings of the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The paintings themselves will be familiar to most readers, but here we discuss the context of the works and the less obvious interpretations. From Eugene Delacroix’s Liberty Leading the People to Edward Hopper’s Nighthawks, learn more about these famous paintings.