In Radical Hope: Ethics within the Face of Cultural Devastation (2006), Jonathan Lear writes of the mental trauma of the Crow Indians. Pressured to maneuver within the mid-nineteenth century from a nomadic to a settled existence, they catastrophically misplaced not solely their immemorial world but in addition “the conceptual assets” to know their previous and current. […]
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