Pollinators for a Truly Smarter Planet: Using Gandhian Traditions of Dialogical Reasoning to Frame and Foster Rural Development


  • J. Gray Cox Professor, Department of Philosophy and Peace Studies, College of the Atlantic




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Gray Cox, J. (2019). Pollinators for a Truly Smarter Planet: Using Gandhian Traditions of Dialogical Reasoning to Frame and Foster Rural Development. Journal of Rural Development, 38(3), 426–451. https://doi.org/10.25175/jrd/2019/v38/i3/147919


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