Narrative and Experience of Community as Philosophy of Culture

@inproceedings{Masolo2009NarrativeAE,
  title={Narrative and Experience of Community as Philosophy of Culture},
  author={D. A. Masolo},
  year={2009}
}
This paper argues that the distinctive feature of African philosophising is a communitarian outlook expressed through various forms of narrative. The paper first illustrates the close relationship between narrative and community in the African cultural milieu. It then goes on to examine the way in which African academics in various fields have employed the narrative technique in their works. Next, the paper urges that through migration to European and American institutions of higher learning… Expand
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