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All books using the keywords: James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii

Critical-Scientific Thinking (C-ST) Applied To The Real World: Separating The Pepper from Fly Sh-t James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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ISBN: 9781946634139
Critical and Scientific thinking are often like Heaven: Everyone says they want to get there but few look forward to what it takes to get there; Critical-Scientific Thinking (C-ST) is a lot like that: Everyone seems to think C-ST works in many cases, when we fly in an aircraft and arrive alive with or without our luggage, or when a prescribed medication works as predicted and intended. Critical-Scientific Thinking takes courage; it takes integrity; it takes guts to risk some of our most sacred icons or ideas or even whole belief systems under serious siege from hard facts and truths demanding we go back to the proverbial drawing boards. Further,C-ST may well threaten entrenched interests ...
Imperialism: With and Without Masks and Sugar-Coated Bullets James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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ISBN: 9781946447180
What is Imperialism? This is a term and construct that is commonly used in rhetoric yet often ill-defined or undefined. Is imperialism a set of policies and crimes of the few to control the many?; or is it a whole system with varied interacting dimensions? How and under what conditions does imperialism emerge? Who wins if anyone, and who loses if anyone, typically? What masks does it wear and what carrots and sticks does it use for a few to rule the many on so many levels--historico-geographical; politico-legal; economic; socio-cultural; technological. These are but some of the questions explored in this book of readings on different cases as well as dimensions of imperialism as a global ...
Law and/vs Justice: Aboriginal and/vs Eurocentric (de jure and/vs de facto) James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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ISBN: 9781946634443
Dedicated to all Peoples, Aboriginal and Non-Aboriginal, who suffer any and all forms of: oppression; Contradictions—between: Theory and/vs Practice of Law; Law and/vs Justice; Gaps De Jure promises on paper and/versus De Facto realities. No matter: by whom; against whom; under what banners or pretexts of justification; what types of failures; what types of systems of purported Law and Justice. There is an aphorism attributed to Lao Zi: “I hear, I forget. I see, I remember. I do, I understand.” This book is a sort of a tour of discovery, taking you into and through real-world and some notorious, legal cases, real-world legal actions, from the grass-roots up, not simply abstract dry theor ...
PARADIGM WARS: Mainstream Economics versus Radical Political Economy James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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ISBN: 6638822242950
Past and present economic crises have called into questions mainstream economic policies and the theories upon which they are based. This book explores through readings on critical thinking, mainstream economics and various shades of heterodox or radical political economy, how various theories stand up against each other side-by-side. How do "mainstream" economics and economists compare with radical or "heterodox" political economy and paradigm adherents? What do they admit as facts?; What do they disagree upon and why? What are some basic principles of critical thinking and epistemology to add? What is the state of economics and economists today? What are markets, free or otherwise? Wha ...
The "G-Word": On the Political Economy of GENOCIDE and Indigenous Peoples James M. Craven Omahkohkiaaiipooyii
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ISBN: 9781946447616
The term "genocide" is one of the most misunderstood and misused in the English language and commonly used by those who have no idea: of the origins of the word; nor of the evolution of international law on genocide; nor of the reasons and motives behind genocide; nor of the genocidal historical roots and founding pillars of the U.S. and Canada; nor of the present genocidal realities of various societies and systems in which Indigenous Peoples continue to be victims of genocide as defined in the 1948 UN Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide. What are the motives and interests behind genocide really? How were and are various key institutions of the U.S. and ...