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The further clarifications of this important sociological concern are welcomed but built on, by providing some discussion of the goals of a “global sociology” while agreeing with the dampening-down of overly-ambitious aspirations for sociology from the South. Ambiguities of the term indigenous are pointed out while it is suggested that the perspectivism is augmented to also examine interlocking social positionalities. A wider range of mechanisms beyond “soft imperialism” are suggested and organisational arrangements to build-in sociologies from the South suggested.