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L'intelligence de l'homme fait partie de l'Intelligence de la Nature

19 Août 2016 , Rédigé par POC

Mycorrhize. Source de l'image: http://www.morning-earth.org/Graphic-E/BIOSPHERE/Bios-C-PlantsNew.html

Mycorrhize. Source de l'image: http://www.morning-earth.org/Graphic-E/BIOSPHERE/Bios-C-PlantsNew.html

Comme l'homme fait partie de la nature, l'esprit de l'homme fait partie de l'Esprit de la Nature.

Pierre-Olivier Combelles

 

J'ajoute aujourd'hui, pour compléter.

Comme l'homme fait partie de la nature, l'intelligence de l'homme fait partie de l'Intelligence* de la Nature.

 

* Early in our conversation, I asked Mancuso for his definition of “intelligence.”

(...) “I define it very simply,” Mancuso said. “Intelligence is the ability to solve problems.” (...)

Michael Pollan, The Intelligent Plant

 

The Intelligent Plant

Scientists debate a new way of understanding flora.

By Michael Pollan

http://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2013/12/23/the-intelligent-plant

 

(...) Depending on whom you talk to in the plant sciences today, the field of plant neurobiology represents either a radical new paradigm in our understanding of life or a slide back down into the murky scientific waters last stirred up by “The Secret Life of Plants.” Its proponents believe that we must stop regarding plants as passive objects—the mute, immobile furniture of our world—and begin to treat them as protagonists in their own dramas, highly skilled in the ways of contending in nature. They would challenge contemporary biology’s reductive focus on cells and genes and return our attention to the organism and its behavior in the environment. It is only human arrogance, and the fact that the lives of plants unfold in what amounts to a much slower dimension of time, that keep us from appreciating their intelligence and consequent success. Plants dominate every terrestrial environment, composing ninety-nine per cent of the biomass on earth. By comparison, humans and all the other animals are, in the words of one plant neurobiologist, “just traces.” (...)

 

Un entretien avec Stefano Mancuso (en espagnol) :

http://www.lavanguardia.com/lacontra/20150331/54428628868/la-contra-stefano-mancuso.html

 

INTERNATIONAL LABORATORY OF PLANT NEUROBIOLOGY

http://www.linv.org/

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