African “Philosophy”: Deconstructive and reconstructive challenges

@inproceedings{Outlaw1987AfricanD,
  title={African “Philosophy”: Deconstructive and reconstructive challenges},
  author={Lucius T. Outlaw},
  year={1987}
}
A forceful debate has been raging in intellectual circles in Africa and Europe over the past forty years (and has now emerged in America) focused by questions ranging from ‘Is there [such a thing as] an African philosophy?’, ‘Did [or do] traditional Africans have a philosophy?’, ‘Can there be [such a thing as] an African philosophy?’, to ‘What is African philosophy?’ While these might appear to be benign queries which initiate and frame legitimate intellectual inquiry and discourse, for me they… Expand

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