Contemporary 'biosophers' include Jong Bhak, who defines Biosophy as a "new way of performing philosophy generated from scientific and biological awareness" . Bhak developed his theory of Biosophy while studying at Cambridge university in 1995 and afterwards. The main difference of Bhak's biosophy from other philosophy is that his biosophy is a computable philosophy. It borrows Russell's logicism and extends it to a computational set of ideas and knowledge. One ultimate aim of biosophy is to construct a logical thinking machine that can do philosophy for human beings. See more on this . Bhak's biosophy is a computable philosophy. It is also not only for human beings but also machines. In Bhak's philosophy, machines or any information processing objects are capable of having philosophy. However, the basic principles of such philosophy are the same or eventually will become the same as biological information processing as observed in humans, animals, plants, and microorganisms. Therefore, all these are collectively called 'bio' sophy.