By Alberto Corsin Jimenez
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In L. ) International Poverty Law: An Emerging Discourse. London and New York: Zed Books. Wilson, R. P. Mitchell (eds). 2003. Human Rights in Global Perspective: Anthropological Studies of Rights, Claims and Entitlements, ASA Monographs 40. London: Routledge. Žižek, S. 2005. Against Human Rights. New Left Review 34, 115–31. —— 2006. The Parallax View. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press. Jimenez 01 intro 32 1/10/07 16:21:39 Part I Distributive Values Jimenez 01 intro 33 1/10/07 16:21:40 Jimenez 01 intro 34 1/10/07 16:21:40 1 THE IMPOSSIBILITY OF WELL-BEING: DEVELOPMENT LANGUAGE AND THE PATHOLOGISATION OF NEPAL Ian Harper and Bryan Maddox Phenomena, which in the normal state are almost effaced because of their tenuousness, appear more palpable in extraordinary crises because they are exaggerated.
2 A school, a health post, a private Ayurvedic clinic, three private pharmacies and several NGO offices were to be found here, amongst the other small shops selling commodities to the travellers discharged from the buses or Trax jeeps that ferry passengers to and from Tansen, the district centre and beyond. The United Mission to Nepal’s (UMN) Community Health and Development Programme (CHDP) office was five minutes up the hill overlooking the town, and it was to this office that Ian Harper came in February 1999.
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