African indigenous knowledge: scientific or unscientific?

@article{Ogungbure2013AfricanIK,
  title={African indigenous knowledge: scientific or unscientific?},
  author={Adebayo A. Ogungbure},
  journal={Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={12-20}
}
Human knowledge within Western culture is generally adjudged to have reached its apogee in terms of the study of the natural world and the development of technological equipment directed towards making life worth living. Meanwhile, the attainment of such a sophisticated status in Western scientific research has been facilitated by its experimental methodology which has made possible the transfer of knowledge from one generation to another. However, other non- Western forms of knowledge that… Expand
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