THIS STORY CONTAINS EXPLICIT CONTENTArgentina – The term “Biophilia” literally means “love for life or living systems.” It was first used by Erich Fromm to describe the psychological orientation of being attracted to all that is alive. “The Biophilia Hypothesis” was a step beyond; Edward O. Wilson introduced it in 1984, suggesting an instinctive, subconscious bond between human beings and other living systems. Wilson concludes that the deep relationship between humans and nature is rooted in our biology. Human preferences towards natural things, while refined through experience and culture, are hypothetically the product of biological evolution. In other words, our natural love for life helps sustain life itself.