An African Communitarian View of Epistemic Responsibility

@article{Chemhuru2019AnAC,
  title={An African Communitarian View of Epistemic Responsibility},
  author={Munamato Chemhuru},
  journal={Politikon},
  year={2019},
  volume={46},
  pages={71 - 81}
}
ABSTRACT In this article, I venture into a fairly underexplored area of African epistemic normativity. I seek to consider how the question of responsibility might be approached differently if values salient in African communitarian thinking are critically explored. I argue that while one may find almost a uniform framework for the determination of epistemic responsibility in different philosophical traditions based on the rational scheme, in the dominant African communitarian tradition, there… Expand

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