PANDE MOLAS KOLE POCO, A CONSERVATION CONCEPT ON LOCAL WISDOM BASED RESEARCH IN BEO-GOLO COLOL-MANGGARAI- FLORES, EAST NUSA TENGGARA INDONESIAJournal: International Journal of Advanced Research (Vol.6, No. 9)
Publication Date: 2018-09-08
Authors : Danggur Konradus Yusriyadi SH.Msi; Sukirno.SHMsi.;
Page : 736-762
Keywords : Conservation Sacred Space local wisdom Pancasila national identity filter.;
The pluralistic principle of the Indonesia had been in existed before the state was founded. Pluralism is full of values that founded and not created. The value was founded in Indonesia. The value was raised into the framework of Indonesian state philosophy called Pancasila as the moral foundation, unity, harmony, tolerance for living peacefully. From the standpoint of legal politics, it was assembled as a national identity within the womb of the indigenous peoples added with their local wisdom wealth. Several decades ago, the local wisdom was eliminated from the politics of national law, on the other hand knowledge of indigenous interpreted as power (Michel Foucault), functioned as social control. The power was unwritten, but full of justice and truth, but was reverse with certainty orientation from the womb of positivism. The certainty orientation dominated the policies that was collided with the values and rules of indigenous peoples. The indigenous peoples of Colol, for example, they have ability to preserve and protect the forest, crystallized in the concept, pande molas kole poco, which is derived from barong wae, tombo nunduk, roko molas poco, neka poka puar rantang mamur nawa. The concept was arranged in "gendang one, lingkon the pea'ang" which exist in the sacred space. The ground norm recognized the existence of indigenous peoples, but was not coherent in their practical level, raised vertical conflicts, and being the gab rules. The author exanimated the norms and applied the socio-legal approach, with a pre-constructivism paradigm to find the imperfect answer. After explored the norms of indigenous peoples, proved that the state law had separated peoples with their natural environment. Though the universe was interpreted as a cosmos in the collective mind of indigenous peoples which is valuable and sacred. Therefore,it could not be touched by anyone, included by state law which the substance had not accommodated the local value namely forest conservation as the chain of life between generations.
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