By Andrew Moutu 19/04/2010 Newly independent nations often encounter a curious tension between ‘tradition’ and ‘modernity’ which results in an ideological dilemma that carries the dual charge of essentialism and epochalism. Essentialism suppresses temporality by exhibiting the assumption that the world of reality is situated in an unchanging primordial ontology which however neglects the specific […]
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By Emmanuel Narokobi, at Masalai Blog I found this interview of my Uncle on the net when I was searching for some of his papers. So I thought I’d post it on my blog as part of my personal records but then since the subject is about something as public as political leadership maybe others may find it […]
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