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    MeeVa at |

    One who contemplates, can always bring out the unnoticed aspects, to the surface. This article does make one think,
    Who does this world, actually, belong to, in the end?

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    Sihlanganiso Khumalo at |

    Very useful Doc. It unmasks the myth of inclusivity that benifits all which globalisation, whose logic is coloniality, perpetuates. Insightful indeed. One would add that Covid 19 strengthens the silencing of other knowledges which do not have a copressence with Euro_Modern epistemology which monopolizes databases today. Thank you.

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    Arunima Moitra at |

    The proposition of this article is very much relevant in today’s day and age. Yes, it is true that articles are more accessible now due to digitization. But the fact remains, there are still a huge number of students who are not familiar to this in countries like India. Also, how many of them are actually available which you don’t have to pay for? I am a masters student and I am telling this from my personal experience and observations. Most of the articles on JSTOR, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, SpringerLink, etc. are not free. Even though the articles are one google-search away, practically, a large chunk of the entire student population across the world are yet to get access (more importantly, free access) to this reservoir of digitized knowledge.

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    Arunima Moitra at |

    The proposition of the article is very much relevant in today’s day and age. Yes, it is true that many articles are accessible online due to digitization, but the fact remains that there are still a huge number of students who are not familiar with this in countries like India. Also, how many of them are actually available which you don’t have to pay for? I am a masters student, and I am telling this from my personal experience and observations. Most of the articles on JSTOR, Oxford University Press, Cambridge University Press, SpringerLink etc. are not free. Even though the articles are one google-search away, practically, a large chunk of the entire student population across the world are yet to get access (more importantly, free access) to these reservoirs of digitized knowledge.

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    Soumali Roy at |

    Very interesting and powerful article

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    chrispen nyoni at |

    Expanding the thinking base line

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  7. avatar
    Sayan Dey at |

    Thank you all for your insightful comments

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