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Quote by Margaret Atwood: “What you don’t know won’t hurt you. A dubious m...”

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Exposé - What You Don't Know

There is an old saying, "What you don't know, won't hurt you. When the Brazilian National Indian Protection Service the SPI, later changed to National Indian Foundation - FUNAI first began to market native Brazilian art and handicrafts in the late s, one might have supposed that its motives were to preserve Indians in isolation from the corrupting influences of the nation, and to persuade Brazilian and foreign travellers of the value of Indian people and their culture. The marketing of material culture kept tourists away from the Indians by bringing what the tourists wanted to airports, bus terminals, and other touristic spots. In this way, tourists and Indians would both get most of what they wanted from the other - tourists could buy trinkets to take home and Indians could use the proceeds to buy machetes, matches, sewing machines, or flashlights - without tourists bringing diseases, new values, and disrespect or disruption to the life of the native peoples. What the Indians wouldn't know about Western culture therefore couldn't hurt them 1.

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  1. A dubious maxim: sometimes what you don’t know can hurt you very much.”. ― Margaret Atwood, The Blind Assassin. tags: hurt, ignorance, knowledge, learning, lies, loss, pain, philosophy, philosophy-of-life.

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