There Is No Living Matter

There are living systems; there is no living 'matter.' No substance, no single molecule, extracted and isolated from a living being possess, of its own, the aforementioned paradoxical properties. They are present in living systems only; that is to say, nowhere below the level of the cell.


There are only living systems.

Folksonomies: life systems matter

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aforementioned paradoxical properties (0.917126 (positive:0.356103)), living matter (0.789958 (negative:-0.239566)), single molecule (0.631895 (negative:-0.399356)), systems (0.410940 (neutral:0.000000)), possess (0.354853 (negative:-0.297247)), substance (0.320589 (negative:-0.471758)), level (0.277448 (negative:-0.572372)), cell (0.277022 (negative:-0.572372))

Matter (0.908909): dbpedia | freebase | opencyc
DNA (0.798059): website | dbpedia | freebase | yago
Living systems theory (0.792845): dbpedia | yago
Biomolecule (0.620850): dbpedia | freebase

 From biology to ethics
Books, Brochures, and Chapters>Book:  Monod , Jacques (1969), From biology to ethics, Retrieved on 2012-06-12
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     Science Koans

    Riddles and paradoxes of existence that might crack your noodle on which to meditate.
    Folksonomies: meditation koan riddle
    Folksonomies: meditation koan riddle