Persons and knowledge in Ponape
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Published by UMI in Ann Arbor, Mich .
Written in English


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Thesis (PhD) - University of Oregon, 1984.

Statementby Suzanne Falgout.
ContributionsUniversity of Oregon.
The Physical Object
Pagination183p. ;
Number of Pages183
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22441126M

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The rotation has proved to be a worthwhile educational experience for residents and a benefit to the people of Ponape. Full text Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by : Alan C. Nelsen. traditional knowledge. He wrote this version of his island’s history for his relatives and children, but the style of the text reflects the education he received at the Protestant mission school at Ohwa (Oa). 'The Book of Luelen’ is the fullest account of Ponape’s history that has ever been written by a native of that island. Luelen BernartCited by:   HI History of Micronesia. How Knowledge Talks to the Heart by Marson Rosario (Pohnpeian language version) - Duration: San Francisco Community Health Center 9, views. Ponape: The City Beneath the Waves. Click on any image for a larger version. (Left) Mysterious megalithic temple of Nan Douwas rises above the canals of Nan Madol, Ponape island, g: knowledge.

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  The truth is that there are advantages to both book learning and experience, and life is a success only when you’re able to find the right mix of both these vital ingredients. The combination depends on the kind of person you are and the career you choose to enter. Books vs experience Book learning is advantageous when. The Book of Luelen is the fullest account of Ponape's history that has. Luelen Bernart, a member of a prominent Ponapean family, was highly regarded for his wealth of traditional knowledge. He wrote this version of his island's history for his relatives and children, but the style of the text reflects the education he received at the Protestant mission school at Ohwa (Oa)/5. Further knowledge is needed in order to resolve these words. Only in cases that appeared to me doubtful have I entered verbs with the causative prefix ka. I have given some words as spelt in my Ponape books, though I may have since thought best to change the orthography; in which case, reference is made to the later spelling. polymath is the word used usually, +1 for that. For those curious about the 'math', let us clarify here math means knowledge in general, which perfectly fits. Renaissance man may have many artistic skills also, which I am not sure whether goes along. – karthik Feb 15 '12 at