Rastafari Dialectism: The Epistemological Individualism and Conectivism of Rastafari

  title={Rastafari Dialectism: The Epistemological Individualism and Conectivism of Rastafari},
  author={Michael Barnett},
  journal={Caribbean Quarterly},
  pages={54 - 61}
  • M. Barnett
  • Published 1 December 2002
  • Philosophy
  • Caribbean Quarterly
L'A. explore la nature essentiellement dialectique du mouvement rastafari, du point de vue de son orientation en meme temps collective et individualiste. Il soutient que, d'un cote, le rastafarisme est caracterise par une forte consideration pour l'individualite, en raison de son insistance sur liberte radicale de l'individu ; mais, d'un autre cote, le mouvement rasta est caracterise par une forte inclinaison pour le collectivisme, le communalisme et la communaute, en raison de son ethos anti… 
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