Philosophy and African Development

Earlier I posted about a CODESRIA book on methodology, in the same year (2011) CODESRIA also published the book "Philosophy and African Development: Theory and Practice", edited by Lansana Keita. As with the other volume, there are amazing contributors and contributions. The text was largely published earlier, as a 2004 journal issue, however most remains relevant. The chapter topics range quite widely: religion, human rights, Fanon, culture, coloniality, decolonization, education, globalization. This is a book that should be widely shared, and adopted within relevant areas of study particularly within African universities. The book is available online here

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