In 2010, he earned a Ph D in philosophy from the University of Florence (Italy) while working in different academic communities mostly in Italy, Germany, Spain and the United States.
In January 2016 Guido obtained a second Ph D, this time in biology, from the Center for Biology and Society at Arizona State University (USA).
He is also a Visiting Professor at Leuphana University.
The oldest handmade stone tools discovered yet predate any known humans and may have been wielded by an as-yet-unknown species, researchers say.
The 3.3-million-year-old stone artifacts are the first direct evidence that early human ancestors may have possessed the mental abilities needed to figure out how to make razor-sharp stone tools.
She studied inter- and transdisciplinary programs of Philosophy & Economics in Bayreuth, and Sustainability Science in Luneburg. Gregor Schmieg is pursuing a project in the CCP research area knowledge and media history of complexity associated with Prof. He takes a particular philosophical interest in the history of vitalism since antiquity and its relation to the history of theoretical biology and logic since the 19th century.
On this background he investigates philosophical pathways into sustainability and complexity theory.
His current research relates affect, governmentality, and digital sovereignty to meta-model digital milieus and digital environmentality as trajectories of the present.