K_ Kanaka, Stand Tall: A Search for Hawaiian Values

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University of Hawaii Press, Jan 1, 1993 - Social Science - 529 pages
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┐A remarkable book ... gleaning material from ancient sources and working this composite into present-day revelations of the remnants.... Outstanding thinkers of the Western world are pulled into his creation, adding luster, interest, and academic panache to this highly readable book.┐ ┐Hawaiian Journal of History
 

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Contents

The World of the Sacred
31
The Reality of Mythology
49
The Gods
70
Ritual and Sacrifice
101
Cosmology Revisited
137
Hawaiian Time
160
A Sense of Place
175
Evolution and the Scientific Savage
213
A Technological Perspective
242
The Relevance of Primal Economics
315
Leadership and Destiny
397
The Dynamics of Aloha
467
Epilogue
495
Index
515
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