Tag Archives: interaction

Ecology – Rules for Living on Earth: Crash Course Biology #40

For the last 38 episodes of Crash Course Biology, we’ve talked about how to make an organism. And you know what I’ve learned in those 38 weeks? Putting a living thing together is hard! There are molecules that make up organelles that run cells, which come together to form tissues, which make up organs that… Read More »

Georg Simmel: Interaction, social types, social forms

Georg Simmel was born in Berlin in 1858. His father ran a successful chocolate factory, but died when Georg was 16, leaving a considerable inheritance, making it easier for him to pursue his studies in philosophy and history. He taught philosophy, psychology and sociology at the University of Berlin, and was close to Max Weber.… Read More »