Andreas Weber, born 1967, is a German biologist, bio-semiotician, philosopher and publicist. He teaches at the University of Fine Arts Berlin and writes, among others, for GEO, National Geographic and DIE ZEIT. Recently published: Indigenialität, 2018.
Weber’s book is the convincing counterpart to biology, which subordinates nature to the ubiquitous efficiency-mentality, that only feigns objectivity.
Frank Kaspar, WDR 3
Participant of the European Literature Days 2020.