Reviving the Lost Art of Naming the World: NYTimes

Written by CAROL KAESUK YOON and published August 10th in the Science section of the NYTimes:

(…) the ordering and naming of life is no esoteric science. The past few decades have seen a stream of studies that show that sorting and naming the natural world is a universal, deep-seated and fundamental human activity, one we cannot afford to lose because it is essential to understanding the living world, and our place in it.

Read the full article here.

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