Philosophy in Africa
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|Philosophy in Africa|
|Author's Name||Affiliation||Paper Title|
|Innocent I. Asouzu||Science and African Metaphysics: A Search for Direction|
|Zekeh S. Gbotokuma||Morgan State University||Polygyny in Africa: A Male's Post-Original Sin or Rejection of the Primeval Monogyny and Affirmation of Sexual Inequality|
|Anke Graness||Das Projekt einer globalen Ethik und die afrikanische Philosophie|
|Teodoros Kiros||Suffolk University||The Meditations of Zara Yaquob|
Dirk J. Louw
|University of the North||Ubuntu: An African Assessment of the Religious Other|
Moses Akin Makinde
|FISP Committee on Teaching Philosophy||Whither Philosophy in Africa?|
|Gail Presbey||Marist College||Who Counts as a Sage? Problems in the Further Implementation of Sage Philosophy|
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