Open Science, Bandung and Ezekiel: Crafting Transnational Knowledge Space towards the Brave New World

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Abstract

To explore a new de-colonial option for the global future, this article grapples with three movements of our time: the ‘Open Science’ movement, the 1955 African-Asian conference and the Non-Aligned Movement, and the post-exilic prophetic movement of the Abrahamic religions. It explores an alternative intellectual project which will facilitate new research agendas and publication directions that will simultaneously speaks to the three wider audience of the present-day world: the sciences, the Global South and the Abrahamic religious traditions. My objective is to delineate a theological, geopolitical and anthropological exposition as an ethical anchorage for the present Bandung project to steadily move towards the Open Science era. I will argue for Ezekiel’s prophetic model as a plausible de-colonial option for crafting the transnational open knowledge space.
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)1-18
Number of pages18
JournalBandung: Journal of the Global South
Volume4
Issue number6
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 7 Nov 2017

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