CH3_Worlds_in_Conflict

CH3_Worlds_in_Conflict - III. Chapter 3: Worlds in Conflict...

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III. Chapter 3: Worlds in Conflict A. Culture (Chapter 3: Worlds in Conflict) 1. Kai Ericson ". .. the inhibitions that govern from the inside, the rules that control from the outside, the languages and philosophies that serve to edit a person's experience of life, the customs and rituals that help define how one person should relate to another." (p.58) B. Time 1. Perceived by outer senses. a. Temporal rhythm of the seasons. b. Months recurring events, named for the economic activity (Traditional Ojibwa Calendar). 2. Perceived by inner senses. a. Inner mode of temporal perception. Consciousness of the future in the present. b. Vision quest transcends awareness of everyday life. 3. Conflict with Western conception of time as commodity that can be bought, sold, wasted or saved. Time clocks and wage labor. C. Space 1. Outer perception of space. The distance required to maintain neighbors for territory. a. Wide margin for privacy, warn of the approach of strangers.
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