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Cultural sovereignty: Myth or reality?
1987 by Centre for Canadian-American Studies, University of Windsor .
Written in English
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The commonly held view of liberal humanism – as harboring fixed notions of identity, the human subject, an independent external world, and as affirming that language represents reality – is a myth. It sets up a straw target. The term multiculturalism is most often used in reference to Western nation-states, which had seemingly achieved a de facto single national identity during the 18th and/or 19th centuries. Multiculturalism has been official policy in several Western nations since the s, for reasons that varied from country to country, including the fact that. Sovereignty – the state of being sovereign, free, independent and self-governing – is the real key when it comes to overpowering parasitic entities. Think about it: do fraudulent bankers, bureaucrats, judges, police officers and all. It’s a vision in other words of cultural sovereignty, which is not in fact a post-war liberal invention but part of a centuries-old British understanding of the societal centrality of culture which stretches back, past the founding of the BBC and the early 20th century national development of repertory theatre, to the mid-Victorian.
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The study of globalization is a lengthy and complicated one. Referring to globalization in terms of Archaic, Proto, and Modern is not helpful because doing so contributes to the myth of globalization forged purely by dramatic new linkages by the Europeans in the face of a diminishing role of older connections.
The myth persists, not for a lack of free speech or poverty of information but rather for an absence of motivation to ask questions that challenge the core of the scripted narrative of the origin story.
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In Myth, Ritual and the Oral Jack Goody, one of the world's most distinguished anthropologists, returns to the related themes of myth, orality and literacy, subjects that have long been a touchstone in anthropological thinking.
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The main point of this section is that there is more to JR than dealings between "sovereign" actors each seen as a society unto itself. A fixation on sovereignty and the dubious view of sovereignty as based on military capability rather than mutual empowerment have tended to produce a narrow perception of "international" political phenomena.
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