Bio-objects are created when society recognizes a difficulty in classifying a biological entity in a particular category. This process of bio-objectification, in which bio-objects challenge the boundaries of categories and escape conventional categorization, can generate controversies that need to be addressed by society.
The idea of this original scientific work is that the holistic approach to understanding the complexity of the human brain by broadening of Jung's archetypal concept by intruducing the border protoarchetype could lead to discovering a unity of perception, language, speech functions and cognition.
Many books have been written about war, maybe just as many as love. “Do Angels Cry?” takes a standpoint of a learned man who wittnessed the war that ravaged his country in the last decade of the 20th century.
This handbook provides insight into the fundamental principles of the use of laboratory animals that must be followed in order to ethically justify their use in biomedical research, and gives a scientific, rational justification for the use of animal expe