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The Meaning and Nature of African Philosophy in a Globalising World

@inproceedings{Anthony2014TheMA,
  title={The Meaning and Nature of African Philosophy in a Globalising World},
  author={K. I. Anthony},
  year={2014}
}
The clash in positions of the Universalist and Particularist schools of African philosophy are to a great extent determined by the degree to which a philosopher has been globalized. This is seen in the fact that most philosophers who did their philosophical studies abroad advocate for the Universalist school. As the world globalizes and is globalized, this piece considers it relevant to study the meaning and nature of African philosophy. It studied the nature of philosophy, the meaning of… Expand
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