Category Archives: existential antropology

Categories; borders or prototypes?

When I look at the poppy seed flower outside the house my thoughts goes to why the poppy seed flower is categorised as a flower to begin with. The meaning behind a flower is there, and it has been infused … Continue reading

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Looking at mottos

I’m sitting on the train, going with everything I own on my back. Outside the moving train, stations flash by, cities go by, people go on and off the train. Some people are in a hurry, some people just take … Continue reading

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