African philosophy : selected readings /

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Other Authors / Creators:Mosley, Albert G.
Format: Book
Imprint: Englewood Clifs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [1995]
Retention:Retained for Eastern Academic Scholars' Trust (EAST)
Table of Contents:
  • Part 1. The Nature Of African Philosophy Ethnophilosophy
  • 1. (1878),Africa and the Africansin Christianity, Islam, and the Negro Race, (Edinburg: Edinburg University Press, 1967)
  • 2. (1897),The Conservation of Racesin The American Negro Academy Occasional Paper, (Arno Press, 1969)
  • 3. (1926), How Natives Think (NY, NY: Washington Square Press)
  • 4. (1959), Bantu Philosophy Paris: Presence Africaine
  • 5. (1962), Diogenes, #37, Spring 1962
  • 6. (1981), African Religions and Philosophy, 2nd edition (NY: Heinemann)
  • 7. (1993),Cheikh Anta Diop, The Stolen Legacy Theory, and Afrocentrism
  • 8. (1980),Ethiopia: Land of Diverse Expressions of Philosophy, Birthplace of Modern Thoughtin African Philosophy, ed. by Dr. Claude Sumner (Addis Ababa, Ethiopia: Addis Ababa University Press, Chamber from: Printing House). The Critique of Ethnophilosophy
  • 9. (1980),How Not to Compare African with Western ThoughtCh'indaba (complete citation)
  • 10. (1989),The Particular and the Universalin SAPINA Newsletter. translated from the French (complete citation)
  • 11. (1985),The Uncompleted Argument: Dubois and the Illusion of RaceCritical Inquiry 12, Autumn 1985
  • 12. Racist or Racialist?
  • 13. (1987),Africa and the Imperative of Philosophy - A Skeptical Considerationin African Studies Review, vol. 30, #1
  • 14. (1986),Contemporary Thought in French Speaking Africain Africa and the West - The Legacies of Empire ed by I. Mowoe and R. Bjornson, Greenwood Press
  • Part 2. Magic, Witchcraft, And Science
  • 15. (1970),African Traditional Thought and Western Sciencein Africa 37 (1967) part I: 50-71, part II: 155-187
  • 16. (1987), An Essay on African Philosophical Thought (Cambridge: Cambridge Univ. Press).
  • 17. (1986),Is the Aje a Witchin Knowledge, Belief, and Witchcraft: Analytical Experiments in African Philosophy (London: Ethnographical Press)
  • 18. (1978),On the Existence of Witchesin Second Order, vol. VII, #1&2
  • 19. (1978),Magic, Witchcraft, and E.S.P.: A Defense of Scientific and Philosophical Skepticismin Second Order, vol. VII, #1&2
  • 20. Magic and Witchcraft in Contemporary African Philosophy
  • Part 3. Contemporary Directions In Moral Philosophy And Aesthetics
  • 21. Custom and Morality: A Comparative Analysis of Some African and Western Conceptions of Morality.