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Philip Nanton

elected, and allowed the legal process to exhaust it’ (Gonsalves, 2010b : 360). 9 ‘Perhaps’, Gonsalves writes, ‘no achievement of the Comrade ranks higher in terms of its human impact, and the short term and long term implications for the enrichment of the country’ (Gonsalves, 2010b : xii

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Philip Nanton

expressed surprise at the company’s willingness to support individuals in difficult circumstances. They can see the tangible changes to their living conditions – more regular health care, opportunities for house ownership and for educating their children to secondary school level, as well as the opportunity to obtain computing and other technical skills, all of which were in short supply when they were

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Andrew Bowie

theologian concerned with ‘intuition and feeling’, the nearest equivalent to some of his most significant contentions can be found in Marxist thinkers such as Bakhtin, and in Sartre, as well as in post-Wittgensteinian thinkers like Davidson. This is because he regards language as a form of action, being probably the first person to use the term ‘speech act’ (Schleiermacher 1977 p. 80): ‘What we call thought as a whole is an activity . . . such that everyone can act by designating in the same way’ (Schleiermacher 1990 p. 256). He also comes close to these thinkers because of

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Catherine Baker

distinctions between ‘historic’ peoples (Germans, Magyars, Italians) and peoples without history (Slavs, Romanians) (Glajar 2001 : 19) juxtaposed the same temporalities with which Europeans divided places and peoples into civilised and backward zones (Mignolo 2000 ). Viewing European colonial dominance beyond just the direct colonisation of territory overseas meanwhile reveals multiple dimensions of Austro-Hungarian implication in global coloniality: from the travels of expatriate missionaries, doctors, agents and freelance ‘explorers’ ( Chapter 2 ), to short-lived Indian