Every few months, we enable new research collaborations with a specially-designed mini-symposium.
KLI fellow Flavia Fabris argues that it was mainly Waddington’s cybernetics – rather than organicism – to lead the foundation for his subsequent novel scientific approach.
When fellows in isolation joined forces to write together, we witnessed the birth of an unprecedented institution-wide collaboration
With its December issue, Biological Theory, the KLI's highly regarded journal, marks its 15th full year of publishing.
KLI fellow Roberto Cazzolla Gatti and colleagues applied the sniff-test for self-recognition to captive grew wolves and found likely signs of self-recognition.
Multi-isotopic and morphometric evidence for the migration of farmers leading up to the Inka conquest of the southern Andes
KLI fellow Lumila Paula Menéndez and colleagues show a migration pulse preceding the Inka expansion from a northern maize-farming population that would have been part of a widespread period of change in settlement patterns, population movements, and social identities.
Investigation of the History and Philosophy of Cybernetics in Biology, Yields More Than Just a Theory of Machines
Flavia FABRIS (KLI), 10 December 2020, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
COVID-19 und andere Pandemien entstehen durch negative menschliche Einflüsse auf die Diversität der gesamten Umwelt
Globaler Diversitätsverlust im biologischen, anthropologischen und geologischen Bereich begünstigt die Entstehung von Zoonosen, fanden KLI Forscher*innen heraus
COVID-19 and other pandemics are the effects of our negative impact on the diversity of the total environment
Loss of diversity in biological, anthropological and geological global spheres enhances the emergence of zoonoses.
What might future envisioned knowledge systems need to look like and how might we get there?
KLI Colloquium: Maria KRONFELDNER (Central European University), 3 December 2020, 3.00 pm. To join our colloquium please register with Zoom.
Seminar (in German) for social workers and pedagogues at Pro Juventute Akademie (Salzburg). Speaker: Isabella Sarto-Jackson Title: »Das soziale Gehirn«
Craniofacial and mandibular variation in colonial populations of the southern Andes during the 16th to 19th centuries
KLI fellow Lumila Menéndez and colleagues find high diversity in the biology, culture, and diet of these populations.
New paper by Lumila Menéndez investigates the cranial variation in prehistoric populations from Peru.
A promising methodological strategy from virtual anthropology that would allow disentangling co-existing models to explain how the first humans arrived into the Americas.
KLI fellow Luana Poliseli develops a nuanced account of scientific understanding grounded in ethnographic studies.
KLI fellow Roberto Cazzolla Gatti challenges fundamental assumptions to create a new theoretical framework for the evolution of cooperation.
Six years ago, we lost Werner Callebaut, philosopher of the life sciences and long-serving scientific director of the KLI. In his memory, we laid out an exhibition of his vast literary collection.
New paper by KLI fellow Marco P. Vianna Franco situates Nikolay Chernyshevsky's work in the history of ecological economic thought.
Welcoming Orsolya Bajer-Molnár to the KLI