Wednesday, November 28, 2012
A Peace Challenge from Peace Tribe Manual
A Peace Challenge. Charles Howard Hartman:
A wise one, Stephen Durham, has mentioned that E. T. Hall's work on conceptions of space and time among different peoples could help with understanding the war in the West (USA) between settlers in American Indians.
I'm wondering if there are applications of this today. For instance, the 'Indians' seemed to roam, and not settle. They did not fence in land, as settlers/farmers did. On the other hand, they warred against other tribes.
Do we have similar situations today? I'm thinking space, the oceans, the internet (sic) might qualify.
PS: Nest, something about causes.com, and something about the polyphony/counterpoint of overlapping structures in texts, such as the Bible