Biotechnology and the world of colours have all the time been intertwined. Nice summary. Nevertheless, I feel Heidegger does not say that trendy scientific reality is ‘one fact amongst many’ – he sees it as a substitute largely as a lesser and misguided fact. That is because of his Platonic affect: trendy know-how intensifies the phantasm of know-how as mere instrument, and therefore obscures all other methods of being and seeing – one could say, a la Plato, that there are more and more extra forceful layers of mediation which conceal the essence of the world around us as primarily …