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RE: Fermented Ph.D. Dump: Applying Decontextualised Philosophy and the Struggle for Recognition

in Education6 months ago

I find this analysis of yours very interesting and it opens up for me again the problem of Western art often taken as an example as universally recognized art. I think diversity is a very good value to work on in the fields of knowledge.

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Oh yes, art is a prime example of this problem. Even in African art, the works are sometimes sold as "artifacts" or "crafts" rather than art, or works that are part of culture or history are seen as art. It is really a funny situation. But difference and diversity are so important to uphold.