Thanks a lot. May I request a bit of help? I am doing some 'Foucauldian' analysis on the production of knowledge about Arabs in France. I want to explore how European ethnography contributed in the production of Algerians and Tunisian as 'Others'. Any literature in this regard? will be most grateful!
Hello Keith, thanks for accepting my request to join the open community. However, dont you think that calling me in public with my last name, which, for my reasons chose not to put in this account yet was not a gesture towards a new member of the open community?
Thank you! I'm the social media manager as SAGE so I'm really interested in looking at how publishers can support academic communities. I've got a few ideas so I'll send you a direct message and perhaps we can have a chat from there?
yes there are a lot of Murphy's from neck of the woods-liverpool. I'm researching for my PhD proposal that I'm hoping to start this year-A Cosmopolitan Self: Finding a Cosmopolitan in the imagination of an Other. Really centers on the most perplexing aspect of the voluminous debate that surrounds the subject of cosmopolitanism is a definite lack of cosmopolitanism.Non-western traditions have a different heritage of epistemology, ontology and method of inquiry. These foundations have generated self contained conclusions on the nature of humanity, its relationship not only amongst itself, but also to other inhabitants of the planet as well as to the planet itself. Therefore, are we correct in privileging western political-theoretic formulations of cosmopolitanism as the only theoretically self sufficient option? .
I can across the site through the blog/comment on the Beck work on religion. I followed your link to the paper by Wardle, 'cosmopolitics and commonsense'. Really interesting piece. I think that Wardle passes over Kant's onto-theology and its implications a little too quickly, however, it was thought provoking.