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A. Whitney Sanford

are many examples of agricultural practices that promote soil health and biodiversity; these systems, ranging from indigenous practices in the Amazon jungle to emerging forms of agro-ecology, refl ect narratives of holism and bal- ance. Th e trope of dance and jazz, as suggested by scholar Evan

“All My Means are Sane, My Motive and My Object Mad”

Globalization, Inequality, and Climate Change

Daniel T. Spencer

alternatives that re-embed our communities and economies within the carrying capacities of earth’s ecosystems and bioregions, and we must develop a positive moral vision to support this work. Already there are a plethora of experiments under way, from localizing agriculture in agroecology and permaculture, to

Pramod Parajuli

rainbow, etc. (Grillo 1996: 5). THE SYSTEMS OF KNOWLEDGE FRAMEWORK: AGROECOLOGY AND PRACTICES OF PRUDENCE . jungle jaminka chadar he (Forest is a shawl that covers the land) - Jhari Ghatwal, Madhupur, Jharkhand, India 'Forest is the shawl that covers the land' is perhaps the most appropriate way of

Pramod Parajuli

1996: 5). THE SYSTEMS OF KNOWLEDGE FRAMEWORK: AGROECOLOGY AND PRACTICES OF PRUDENCE jungle janiinka chadar he (Forest is a shawl that covers the land) > - Jhari Ghatwal, Madhupur, Jharkhand, India 'Forest is the shawl that covers the land' is perhaps the most appropriate way of representing the peasant