Neuroscientists are increasingly calling this the “Age of Context”

Though we have become extreme good at isolating pieces of nature and viewing them as confined, neuroscience research is showing us that the existence of relationship is fundamental, and the ability to contextualize the pieces is essential for true understanding.

Maria Brincker Phd. writes:

“In the Age of Context…

1. The individual is in a contextual process

2. Care for Environment is Care for Individuals

3. Science and Design are Ethical and Political

4. Interdisciplinarity and Translation is the norm.


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