The Wilds Beyond our Fences: The Way is Awkward, not Foward

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In more recent years, as the dreams of progress continue to falter, our confidence in the future is shaking: what it means to be human; what education and morality mean; what corporations stand for; in whom we ought to repose our trust; what society does; and who benefits from particular arrangements of political boundaries are some of the charged inquiries that seem to act as interruptions. Bayo Akomolafe makes the case that these interruptions, these obstacles that stand in our way, are part of the way – and that we must now learn new skills and excavate buried intelligences in order to reverently approach these impediments.

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