Do human beings exhibit the same attributes with no slight difference? Is this really the case when it comes to human nature, shared culture, norms, and values? When we say “same”, it is about the way we communicate, our etiquette, our lifestyle, and our emotions as well. From different sociological, anthropological, cultural, and therefore linguistic perspectives, we are the opposite of the same! For this purpose, it becomes a major essentiality to inspect or investigate the theoretical anatomy of Sociolinguistics. This paper offers to throw light on the basic theoretical framework on sociolinguistic relativity, mainly focusing on Language Socialization to rethink cultural embeddedness through language within the humanities.
The purpose of this study is to comprehensively within the allowable space formulate a weighty discourse regarding capacity building as it relates to inclusive development in Humanities, particularly in philosophy. This will include making conceptual clarifications in Philosophy, capacity building, and Inclusive development, as well as showing the inter-connectedness amongst the concept in line with the topic of this study. This study in order to attain the highlighted purposes above will apply a non-empirical methodology which will allow the research to flow from the angle of peer review of journals and gathering of data and information from existing works of literature wherein the concepts in this study have been discussed. This study finds that the inclusive development in humanities with specific attention to philosophy touches on all facets of life and particularly the wholeness of man. When one speaks of inclusive development concerning philosophy, there are factors which are brought to limelight, the issue being whether there is a capacity building for such factors to thrive if there is no capacity building, how there be a capacity building for inclusive development in humanities (philosophy). The study also found the co-existence amongst philosophy, inclusive development and capacity building. This study is not an outcome of coincidence; the study is well thought, which therefore means that the study has a unique contribution to theory, practice and policy. In this regard the study makes the extra-ordinary effort to research and form a discourse concerning the capacity building for inclusive development in humanities (philosophy); which is a new area in research studies, as there are few or no existing works of literature holistically capturing the concepts in this study in a single study