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Wissensaustausch, globaler

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Author(s): Nagel, Jürgen G. | Nolte, Hans-Heinrich | König, Hans-Joachim | Harries, Patrick
1. Allgemein 1.1. Begriff W. ist ein diffuser Begriff, der zunächst vom Verständnis der Kategorie Wissen (= Ws.) abhängig ist. Austauschbeziehungen können sehr verschiedene Bereiche umfassen, von wiss. Ws. hoher Spezialisierung bis zu praktischem Alltags-Ws. breiter Bevölkerungsschichten. W. umfasst daher mehrere Komplexe von Austausch und Transfer (= Tf.) – u. a. Technologietransfer und Industriespionage –, die sich nicht immer klar abgrenzen lassen. Da Ws. einen konstitutiven Bestandteil von Kultur darstellt, ist W. wiederum ein Teil des Kultur-Tf. (Kulturkontakt, gl…
Date: 2019-11-19

Knowledge, global exchange of

(10,574 words)

Author(s): Nagel, Jürgen G. | Nolte, Hans-Heinrich | König, Hans-Joachim | Harries, Patrick
1. Introduction 1.1. Concept The global exchange of knowledge is a diffuse concept that first and foremost depends on what is meant by knowledge. Exchange relations can affect very different spheres, from scientific knowledge of high specialization to the practical everyday knowledge of a broad population. Global exchange of knowledge thus includes several complexes of exchange and transfer, including technology transfer and industrial espionage, which cannot always be clearly distinguish…
Date: 2019-10-14

Junod, Henri-Alexandre

(333 words)

Author(s): Harries, Patrick
[German Version] (1863–1934) was a pioneering Swiss missionary in southern Mozambique and the northeastern Transvaal (Limpopo province) of South Africa. Influenced by the independent church of Neuchâtel, which his father had helped establish and an institution that stressed the importance of mission work, Junod came to Rikatla in 1889, a Swiss mission station 25 km north of Lourenzo Marques, Maputo, where he practiced entomology and botany. With his discoveries and naming of previously unknown pla…

Mozambique

(644 words)

Author(s): Harries, Patrick
[German Version] Christianity was brought to Mozambique by the Portuguese at the beginning of the 16th century; initially it was found only in the Portuguese trading posts north and south of the Zambezi River. A more militant strain of Christianity was established around 1560 with the appearance of the Inquisition (III) in Goa and the arrival of the Jesuit Gonçalo da Silveira. Da Silveira established a mission station at Inhambane in the south and in 1561 baptized the important king Mwene Mutapa, …