Philosophy of Biological Cell Repair informs Geoethical Nanotechnology: Cellular repair is an age-old function in biology. This talk examines the cellular process of repair in philosophical terms. Biologically, wound-healing is the primary form of cellular repair, drawing on numerous cell types and the extracellular matrix to perform a variety of operations during the phases of inflammation, proliferation, and maturation. Philosophically, these functions can be discussed from a systems theory perspective, through the concepts pairs of parts-whole, autonomy-dependency, self-other, sickness-wellness, and scarcity-abundance. Understanding cellular repair at the theory level could facilitate the development of nanotechnology solutions that augment biological processes in ways that are congruently geoethical with nature’s ethos.