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Philosophia Africana

Volume 17, Issue 1, Fall 2015
Philosophy in Lusophone Africa

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Anke Graness Introduction
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Elísio Macamo The Belated Phoenix: The Practice of Philosophy in Portuguese-Speaking Countries of Africa
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Anke Graness Interview with Professor Severino Elias Ngoenha, Pedagogical University in Maputo, Mozambique (March 2015)
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José P. Castiano The Reception of Contemporary African Philosophy in Mozambique: Between Libertarians and Culturalists
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Ergimino Pedro Mucale The Libertarian Paradigm in Ngoenha: A Contribution to the African Philosophy
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Marco Massoni, Ph.D. Severino Elias Ngoenha: An Afro-Lusophone Philosophical Perspective
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