The “Demise” of Philosophical Universalism and the Rise of Conversational Thinking in Contemporary African Philosophy

@inproceedings{Chimakonam2018TheO,
  title={The “Demise” of Philosophical Universalism and the Rise of Conversational Thinking in Contemporary African Philosophy},
  author={J. Chimakonam},
  year={2018}
}
While it is a fact that the universalist school of African philosophy charged up the discourse in their time, while it cannot be disputed that their approach was argumentative, questions have re-emerged as to the relevance of the school in contemporary African philosophy. There are now two requirements to which actors in African philosophy agree on these days, to wit: (a) the need to find new conversations within and beyond African philosophy and (b) the need to ensure that the new… Expand