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Keyword: Western Education

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The modern Brown Sahibs

Zafar Bangash

Muharram 20, 14262005-04-01

Lord Macaulay could not have imagined that his Minute on Education, written for the British Colonial Administration in 1835, would still be valid 170 years later. His idea to create “Brown Englishmen” in India is alive and well, but with an important difference: the brown sahibs have now arrived in Europe and North America as well, and are hard at work to please their masters.

Book Review

Developing alternatives to the western pattern of “modern” education

Yusuf Al-Khabbaz

Rajab 29, 14222001-10-16


Book Review

Challenging work on the dangers of American-style standardised education

Yusuf Progler

Ramadan 08, 14201999-12-16

Despite the proclamations of a post-modern era, of an age driven by information, many of the trappings of modernity drive western civilization. Mechanization, reductionism, and rationality are pervasive in most of the supposedly newly-emerging realities in western science, technology, economies and politics.

Book Review

Towards defining western research on indigenous knowledge

Yusuf Progler

Rabi' al-Awwal 12, 14391999-12-01

Among the western civilization's more dubious claims is that western man possesses the ability to define and delimit all knowledge. While colonization used murder and bribery to great effect, a lasting impact of the western incursion is in the area of epistemology, the nature of knowledge.

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