A diversity of languages is used to share and represent knowledge, not all of which can be captured and understood by modern rationality. So argues Agustina Solera in this blog post.
Recent debates on decolonizing research have highlighted the importance of accounting for plural knowledges by seeking to foster a dialogue between them. Yet, a dominant modern rationalist approach informing how we understand the knowledges we encounter and produce through our research is impeding this objective.
Read the full post on ISS blog BlISS - Listening differently, hearing more clearly: a decolonial approach to fostering dialogue between plural knowledges. 8 February 2022