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Revisiting the place of punishment in Zimbabwe’s primary and secondary school formal education system
The paper examines the issue of punishment in the process of education within the Zimbabwean context, especially as it applies to primary and secondary school formal education. It addresses theExpand
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Taboos as sources of Shona people's environmental ethics
The Shona environmental taboos foster a sustainable use of the environment. Among the Shona people, an unconscious appreciation of certain ‘environmental taboos’ informs an esoteric environmentallyExpand
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Gleaning the social contract theory from African communitarian philosophy
The social contract is one of the most influential political theories in Western philosophy. Although the social contract theory is mainly associated with a number of thinkers in the broad history ofExpand
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Democracy and the Paradox of Zimbabwe
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RETHINKING THE LEGALITY OF HOMOSEXUALITY IN ZIMBABWE: A PHILOSOPHICAL PERSPECTIVE
The paper situates and examines the practice of same-sex sexual relationships and marriages within the Zimbabwean context. Reflecting on the existential realities of the indigenous Zimbabwean inExpand
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Introducing African Environmental Ethics
This critical reader addresses African environmental ethics in a unique way by drawing from a variety of authors with diverse perspectives on underexplored and often neglected issues in AfricanExpand
Ontologized Ethics: New Essays in African Meta-Ethics
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The paradox of global environmental justice: Appealing to the distributive justice framework for the global South
While a relativist view of environmental ethics could be quite difficult to justify, it is also difficult to be so strict about the quest for global environmental justice. At the same time, evenExpand
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