Interrogatory theory : patterns of social deconstruction, reconstruction and the conversational order in African philosophy

@inproceedings{Chimakonam2014InterrogatoryT,
  title={Interrogatory theory : patterns of social deconstruction, reconstruction and the conversational order in African philosophy},
  author={J. Chimakonam},
  year={2014}
}
Africa is in economic and social terms widely regarded as an underdeveloped continent even though we in interrogatory theory (IT) would prefer the term developing instead. Its societies are characterized by unstable institutions. Societies ride on the wheels of institutions. Institutions are social structures or building blocks of any society. Repressive colonial times replaced traditional institutions with non-compatible ones ignoring any usable part of tradition and admitting without… Expand
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