Teaching African Philosophy and a Postmodern Dis-Position

@inproceedings{Higgs2017TeachingAP,
  title={Teaching African Philosophy and a Postmodern Dis-Position},
  author={P. Higgs},
  year={2017}
}
The teaching of African philosophy has drawn much attention by way of critical reflection and commentary. In this chapter, Higgs claims that the teaching of African philosophy should be opposed to that formulation of knowledge espoused by modern Western/European thought where rationality is closely connected to knowledge. Higgs further argues that the teaching of African philosophy should take cognisance of an African knowledge culture that does not only include the idea of what I refer to as… Expand
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