All these methods of conflict resolution are alsiog hhly dynamic These are

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All these methods of conflict resolution are alsiog hhly dynamic. These are being applied widely for sev yeeralrs now. The present day conflict resolution methods are, howr,e nvoet really so nonviolent for they arise from an intense interbeasst ed orientation of cooperation and ever more cooperation out of a aml uatsusured fear among nations and individuals alike. Nonviolence of the Gandhian order, on the otherd ,h adnoes
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not suffer from such a, as it were, cliché. Therre,f owhat is the harm if this approach is also developed alongside opthrevr alent ways of conflict resolution? Nonviolence is also highly ef rferom any religious Anurag Gangal, Major Contemporary Issues: GandRhiealne vanc e 145 131 how, precisely, does the fact that this work took place and was subsequently erased relate to the status of the particular technical fact claimed by scientists in their publication on that subject?”343 Scientific results elide the messy practice that went into their construction and produce the image of a scientific method rather than a method of settling controversies as well as the subsequent further negotiations, which will necessarily occur afterward. Settling controversies is much like politics, one recruits friends344 refers to former texts and established knowledge345–former knowledge which, if doubted, excludes you from the relevant community is what Latour now defines as a paradigm,346 and one is charitably cited by later users.347 Science, being adversarial, consists in its artifacts being established and then attacked and through their fortification becoming fact.348 These rules of controversies propel Latour’s second rule of method, to not look at intrinsic qualities, but, instead, to look at the series of transformations which occur to a fact.349 Latour details a series of these transformations in his essay about Pasteur, Give Me a Laboratory and I will Raise the World. Pasteur had to first anchor himself in society to show that there was a controversy that he could solve, establishing a vantage point.350 This process consists in capturing others interests, showing them how this controversy is relevant to them, in this case, farmers, scientists and government workers.351 One invited these interests in by showing one’s weakness, trying to lure others to stake their claims, but then one must move from a weak to a strong position, namely, by reifying a relevant aspect of the world into laboratory form, so that it can be controlled and studied.352 The laboratory must be expanded to a macro-level, showing that the reified and specific results of the lab actually obtain in the world, ostensibly challenging other interests to 343 Doing, Velvet Revolution at the Synchrotron, 27. 344 Ibid, 31. 345 Ibid, 33. 346 Ibid, 35. 347 Ibid, 38.
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