In Memoriam

@article{Ramose2007InM,
  title={In Memoriam},
  author={M. Ramose},
  journal={Griffith Law Review},
  year={2007},
  volume={16},
  pages={310 - 329}
}
  • M. Ramose
  • Published 2007
  • Sociology
  • Griffith Law Review
The rapacious violence of colonisation metaphorically demolished the geographic separation between the colonised peoples of the Earth. Through the imposition of a common epistemological paradigm, the colonised peoples shared not only the disseizin of their sovereign title to territory but also mental colonisation. Instead of curing these ills, decolonisation dressed them in a different garb and in that way dulled the urge for the recovery of lost sovereignty. This essay examines the… Expand
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Decoloniality and justice a priori
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