Aboriginal Governance: Thinking Outside the Books
Pierre Noreau, « Aboriginal Governance: Thinking Outside the Books » dans Pierre Noreau (dir.), Gouvernance autochtone : reconfiguration d’un avenir collectif, Montréal, Thémis, 2010, p. XXIX-XLI.
The contributions assembled in this collection teach us think about about the future of Aboriginal governance. Each author, in their own way, suggests a way to overcome those preconceived categories which often stop us from questioning the basis and the form of Aboriginal government in Canada and in several other States around the world. Certain pivotal issues cannot be resolved except when freed from the tyranny of established intellectual, political or legal categories1. In its own way, this brief introduction will inventory this new intellectual know-how. In fact, each text lifts us out of the rut of ordinary thinking when dealing with Aboriginal governance.
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