By S. Grovogui
This publication re-evaluates 'international wisdom' in gentle of contemporary scholarship within the fields of hermeneutics, ethnography, and historiography concerning the 'non-West', the prior, and the current of overseas society. It bargains a view of the current within the kind of a critique of Euro-centrism and occidentalist perspectives of the postwar order.
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I suppose Convocation will be called in. Ever y[ou]rs affectionately John H. Newman [[LD x. 433: Birmingham Oratory MS Newman–Manning, No. ), 207]] 441202gma Whitehall Dec[ember] 2. 44. My dear Manning I return Newman’s letter. It is a step in advance, towards the precipice: but it still remains impossible to say how many more paces may remain between him & its edge. Friday has passed:b but I do not see in the newspapers that there has been any publication at Oxford. God grant they may keep straight: but I have no confidence in the judgment of the Heads from the extraordinary maladroitness of their previous steps.
Lockhart’s letter which I think you intended me to do. [[BL Add. MS 44247, 232–3; Morley transcript; cf. Chapeau, 308[b]]] 441203gma Private Whitehall Dec[ember] 3. 44 My dear Manning Here is a curious note from Lockhart throwing me over. I am however one of those soldiers who do not know when they are beat: and I have written an answerb to say that I do not wish to pronounce upon Mr. Ward’s position: but seek three things—to show 1. That the process of mobbing people out by invective & private interpretations is bad.
We are so few here, that I cannot run away, were I inclined. Advent too is coming—and after Christmas I have already settled to go to Mrs Bowden at St. d Since I wrote, I have been obliged to go to Woottene—but I believe he has already set right the immediate occasion of my doing so. I know I am not quite well, but I have had a very trying year, or at least six months. c In answer to Manning’s invitation to Newman on 23 November 1844 that he come for a rest to Lavington (Birmingham Oratory MS Newman–Manning).
Beyond Eurocentrism and Anarchy: Memories of International Order and Institutions (Culture and Religion in International Relations) by S. Grovogui