Why ought the philosophy curriculum in universities in Africa be Africanised?

@article{Etieyibo2016WhyOT,
  title={Why ought the philosophy curriculum in universities in Africa be Africanised?},
  author={E. Etieyibo},
  journal={South African Journal of Philosophy},
  year={2016},
  volume={35},
  pages={404 - 417}
}
  • E. Etieyibo
  • Published 2016
  • Sociology
  • South African Journal of Philosophy
The position that I defend and argue for in this paper is that we ought to or are obligated to Africanise the philosophy curriculum in universities in Africa. This obligation is grounded on the overarching consideration not to wrong Africans by committing testimonial and hermeneutical injustices against them, and where committing these forms of epistemic injustice prevents us from enhancing the autonomy of Africans and maximising or promoting utility. I take the issues that I discuss and the… Expand
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