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Este es el n??mero 10 de una serie de libros cuya protagonista es Mafalda, el c?©lebre personaje de Quino. Estas tiras c??micas fueron publicadas en diarios de Buenos Aires, C??rdoba, Tucum??n, Santa F?© y Montevideo. Mafalda naci?? en 1963 como soporte de una campa?±a publicitaria, que rechaz?? el cliente y Quino conserv??. Al a?±o siguiente comienza a colaborar con diarios e inserta las tiras de Mafalda. Se inicia todo el proceso creativo de este popular?­simo personaje. En 1968 Mafalda llega a Europa. Desde los angeles Guerra de Vietnam y los angeles carrera espacial hasta el movimiento tercermundista y los derechos humanos, el mundo entero se simboliza en un globo terr??queo que l. a. protagonista cuida, igual que a un enfermo: lo acuesta en l. a. cama, lo abriga y hasta intenta mejorarlo con las cremas de belleza de su madre. Con Mafalda los angeles infancia perdi?? su inocencia, mientras el g?©nero de los angeles historieta pas?? de lo social a lo psicol??gico. En 1973, Quino toma l. a. decisi??n m??s desconcertante para muchos: no dibujar m??s tiras de Mafalda. Desde entonces dibuja en significativas y determinadas ocasiones. Sin embargo, Mafalda est?? m??s viva que nunca. Reaparece siempre fresca y renovada en sus nuevos libros y peri??dicos. Hace cine y televisi??n. Viaja en los angeles imaginaci??n colectiva de infinidad de naciones que son muy diferentes entre ellas culturalmente. Y llega a los lugares m??s insospechados, volvi?©ndose customary a generaciones que no tienen nada que ver con l. a. que vio nacer a Mafalda.

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The history of liberalism's complicity with colonialism is thus of no normative relevance save to remind us of the fact that human beings are fallible. This short answer is too short, I think, to make sense of some of the questions raised by postcolonial theory. That it is too short can be checked by thinking about liberalism's relationship to the situation of indigenous peoples. A moment's reflection should make us realize that evaluating the claims for Aboriginal rights - to land or self-government, for example - involves more than simply stripping liberal political theory of the biases of nineteenth- and twentieth-century social and anthropological theory.

The gist of it has to do with the way liberal norms and modes of governance - including but not reducible to the state and its agencies - shape the conduct of its population. Liberal governance presupposes that individuals arc free, but free in the right way; free to exercise choice, to act rationally and reasonably and to subject themselves to certain kinds of social and political obligation. Applied to the politics of multiculturalism, non-liberal cultures or peoples arc seen as subject to the practices of liberal governmentality.

Settlers and indigenous peoples lived, as Nicholas Thomas has put it, in a kind of 'strange proximity'; often interdependent out of necessity but always uneasily so. Such anxiety sometimes manifested itself - in light of ideals of classical ideals of civic virtue - as an anxiety about corrup­ tion and the ultimate compatibility of empire and liberty, but usually in renewed appeals to the language of moral and civilizational superiority to justify on-going colonial expansion and thus dispossession of indige37 38 3 40 41 42 26 Postcolonial Liberalism 43 nous lands.

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