Thought and Practice in African Philosophy

2002, ISBN not assigned (LCCN: 2002-345089)
Editors: Daniel Smith, Oriare Nyarwath, Pamela A. Abuya

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iii. problem of missionary and colonialist thinking
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Pieter Duvenage, Is there a South African Philosophical Tradition?
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Francis E.A. Owakah, The Practice of Philosophy in Africa: Challenges and Prospects
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Elizabeth Dorothea Hecht, D.A.A.D., The Impact of Non-African Religions, Philosophies, and Systems of Thought on African Life, and on the Interpretations of African Philosophies
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Shannon Shea, The Role of Imperialism in Rwanda: Is Colonialism Dead?
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iv. gender and culture in africa
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Helen Anyiso Oduk, Feminist Philosophy: An African Perspective
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Claude Sumner, The Status of Woman in Ethiopian Sapiential and Philosophical Literature: Information and Critique
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Solomon Monyenye, Rites of Passage, Old and New: Indigenous Initiation Ceremonies and the Modern Education System, with special reference to the Abagusii community of South-Western Kenya
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v. sage philosophy
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Bekele Gutema, The Role of Sagacity in Resolving Conflicts Peacefully
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Chaungo Barasa, Narrowing the gap between past practices and future thoughts in a transitional Kenyan culture model, for sustainable family Hvelihood security (FLS)
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Charles Moore, Philosophic Sagacity in the Blues Music of W.C. Handy
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