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Toward Decolonizing African Philosophy and Religion

Published: Apr 4th, 2014

by Kwasi Wiredu I. PARTICULARISTIC STUDIES OF AFRICAN PHILOSOPHIES AS AN AID TO DECOLONIZATION Let me begin by defining what I mean by decolonization in African philosophy. By decolonization, I… Read More

Tradition and Educational Reconstruction in Africa in Postcolonial and Global Times: The Case for Sierra Leone

Published: Feb 28th, 2014

by Yatta Kanu Abstract Critique of colonial and postcolonial education in Africa as perpetuating cultural and intellectual servitude and devaluation of traditional African cultures has led some African intellectuals to… Read More

Medicine and Anthropology in Twentieth Century Africa: Akan Medicine and Encounters with (Medical) Anthropology

Published: Feb 28th, 2014

by Kwasi Konadu Abstract Since the 1920s, there has been a foreground of fluctuating perspectives on indigenous African medicine and therapeutics in the medical anthropology of Africa. These circular perspectives… Read More

A Critique of the Concept of Quasi-Physicalism in Akan Philosophy

Published: Feb 14th, 2014

by┬áHasskei Mohammed Majeed Abstract One important feature of recent African philosophical works is the attempt by writers to interpret some key concepts from within the context of specific African cultures.… Read More