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Piet Mondrian

One of the founders of the Dutch modern movement. He believed that art was a reflection of nature’s spirituality. His work consisted into the simplification of the subjects of his paintings to lines and rectangles, placed in vertical and horizontal position, in order to reveal the essence of energy and, its harmony between the forces that governed nature and the universe in a pure abstract format.

symbolI wish to approach truth as closely as is possible, and therefore I abstract everything until I arrive at the fundamental quality of objects."



questionLately, we hear a lot that women’s equality is “gaining momentum” . . .

"Momentum?" Really?


Women equality is:



"In terms of evolutionary psychology, culture can be viewed as a product of adaptations that are functions of natural or sexual selection.
In the twentieth century, anthropology has used the word “culture” to label a range of human behavior that cannot be blamed on genetic inheritance.

Are we clear that culture is NOT genetic?

In American anthropology, the concept has two meanings:

- the human capacity to “act” imaginatively and creatively
- the peculiar ways people of different backgrounds classify, live, and create their experiences

But no matter how we might like to parse the word, culture boils down to societies that like to dictate how we should act.

My own definition of culture is:

- A torture chamber for personal satisfaction.
- A noun overly used to reward delusional expectations.



The only way to measure a true value of a men is methaphorically, because as a result of our culture, this value is based upon comparison of individual achievements.
It's worth reading the concepts of German born,American anthropologist Franz Boas(1858–1942).

Franz Boas

Our culture has imposed a series of formulas with the goal of achieving certain mathematic precision to measure the value of a human being, something that can only be viewed as a hypothetical objective.
Such quest will never be solved due to the diversity of ideologicals, religious or cultural disparities.


Throughout the centuries,the fight for women's human rights has been paved by a long list of brilliant warriors, who dared to defy its obstacles.
French philosopher, Simone de Beauvoir (1908-1989), was one of them. Her book "The Second Sex" (1949)has been a modern classic.


One of Simone de Beauvoir greatest quotes is:

"On the day when it will be possible for woman to love not in her weakness but in her strength, not to escape herself but to find herself, not to abase herself but to assert herself — on that day love will become for her, as for man, a source of life and not of mortal danger."


In 2005, Harvard University • Mind/Brain/Behavior Initiative had an interesting event, a debate about "THE SCIENCE OF GENDER AND SCIENCE".

That event spaked the public comments by Lawrence Summers (who was at the time president of Harvard), on sex differences between men and women and how they may relate to the careers of women in science

ELIZABETH S. SPELKE is Berkman Professor of Psychology at Harvard University, where she is Co-Director of the Mind, Brain, and Behavior Initiative. A member of the National Academy of Sciences and the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, she is cited by Time Magazine as one of America's Best in Science and Medicine.

STEVEN PINKER is the Johnstone Family Professor in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. His research has won prizes from the National Academy of Sciences and the Royal Institution of Great Britain, and he is the author of six books, including The Language Instinct, How the Mind Works, Words and Rules, and The Blank Slate.

gender and science

The Language of FLowers

Have fun reading about the meaning of flowers

click on the flower

In case you are not familiar with it, take a peak at the original book by clicking on the link bellow.

the language of flowers