A Scriptural Sculpture of Knowledges
Publication Year: 2013
Published by: African Books Collective
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...facta sunt, et sine Ipso factum est nihil quod factum est. In Ipso vita supposedly articulate more clearly what I have to say. I started general or finite conclusion. I started this book to explore the 1 This quotation in Latin is an extract of the prologue of the Gospel of St John 1.1-5 in the Bible. According to the Boston Catholic Journal ...
Chapter 1 - (In) Security and Knowledge Creation
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...into which we are easily lulled- “mortals chiefest enemy” as “Secure” once meant “careless” (se +cura), or “freedom from concern” – almost the reverse of the current usage implying opines that “neither let any discontent and its threat to the “careless” sense of the term dropped out of usage at the end ...
Chapter 2 - Creativity and Recognition
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...when he argues that: “All ideas are linked to one another, and 4 “Cognitive sculpting” is a technique used by managers to explain their views of the world. It emulate the works done by the sculptor in the ways it favour an arrangement of ideas/concepts of different origins and functions for the sake of the views that the manager tries to convey (Sims ...
Chapter 3 - Space and Postcoloniality
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...society the “knowledge space” has been conceptualization as the built forms of the physical entity which it literally refers proud of diving inside laboratories walls, because laboratories 21 Hillier (2008) notes that there are some exceptions in research done in archaeology or by some theorists such as Michel Foucault (1975), ...
Chapter 4 - Science and Knowing
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...contribute to scientific success, these very heuristics may also scientific theories is not stable; rather it is mobile and varies conversations, gossip, and the like, are viewed with the eye of scientist is never alone. Because as Hillier (2008:228) puts it resting on laws which in turn are informed by particular social ...
Chapter 5 - Human and Environmental Cognition
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...and natural systems”. In this regard the industrialization of 2012:3). Still during the 20th century, the advent of modernity entities. This transition entailed the creation of new units of analysis, while the real computation was still done in terms of weather. The climate is often defined as “the statistics of the ...
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This book is a scriptural sculpture of how the physical dimensions of the earth –built and natural – and antecedents of history structure knowledges and the physical containers – human and non-human – that embody those knowledges. The book deals with universalisms parallel between the proliferation of violent conﬂ ict in Africa and ...
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Publication Year: 2013