Posted to the Ethnos Project by on June 13th, 2013

Aboriginal people have traditional ways of understanding knowledge: what it is like, where it comes from, how people make it, how it is remembered, celebrated, and made new, how knowledge belongs to people, and how secret and sacred knowledges relate to public knowledge.

At the same time, Aboriginal people in remote communities are beginning to use the internet to communicate with each other, to market their art, and for teaching and learning.

This paper is about my reflections (my research) on what Aboriginal philosophy teaches us about indigenous knowledge on the internet.

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