Hannah Rachel Bell





Hannah Rachel Bell



Average rating: 3.88 · 8 ratings · 4 reviews · 3 distinct works · Similar authors
Men's Business, Women's Bus...

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Storymen

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“Mowaljarlai rarely answered questions with an abstract explanation; he always told a story. His was not a fragmented world, divided into the convenient disciplinary languages and jargon that seem to be required for the understanding of concepts and principles in, for example, mathematics, physics, art and literature. Not only did he not have these languages; he thought this was a strange way to arrive at understanding the way in which the world lives in itself. It baffled him that whitefellas developed their knowledge by busting things up, reducing things to little pieces separate from everything else that contributes to their nature. For him, everything in creation is not only living and interconnected, but exists in a story and story cycle. Yet his knowledge of what whitefellas call ‘science’ was extraordinary.”
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Hannah Rachel Bell, Storymen



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