By Ruth Styles. Colourful: The women of the San tribe make their colourful beads from ostrich egg shells and make extra money by selling them to tourists. Tougher than Bear Grylls! Most members of the San tribe, this woman among them, live on the fringes of the inhospitable Kalahari Desert. Useful: A woman carries a bi!
Meet the women who make Bear Grylls look like a wimp!
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Can we seek to find the truth about the past, or will our own backgrounds at some point always betray us in that endeavor? Is all truth relative or might we still aim to getting closer to the truth, a part of the truth, or at least one kind of truth? I guess these are questions every student of the humanities, in the aftermath of postmodernism, have asked themselves, or been confronted with in lectures, seminars and discussion forums. Are some truths more likely than others? Should we not trust the educated guess more than any random suggestion? If put bluntly like this, I think the answer is obvious.