Vol 16, No 2 (2015)

Table of Contents

ISAPs Conference Special Edition Vol 1

“WHEN EVERYTHING STARTS TO FLOW”: NKRUMAH AND IRIGARAY IN SEARCH OF EMANCIPATORY ONTOLOGIES PDF
Louise du Toit 1-20
AFRICAN UNIVERSITIES’ ETHICAL RESPONSIBILITIES TO THEIR SUPPORTING COMMUNITIES PDF
Charles Coulter Verharen 21-41
USING THE CAPABILITY APPROACH TO CONCEPTUALISE AFRICAN IDENTITY(IES) PDF
Tendayi Marovah 42-57
CONTEXTUAL IDENTITY: THE CASE OF ANTON AMO AFER PDF
Abraham Olivier 58-77
QUESTIONS OF CANON FORMATION IN PHILOSOPHY: THE HISTORY OF PHILOSOPHY IN AFRICA PDF
Anke Graness 78-96
AFRICAN CULTURE AND VALUES PDF
Gabriel Ema Idang 97-111
SHIFTING WHITE IDENTITIES IN SOUTH AFRICA: WHITE AFRICANNESS AND THE STRUGGLE FOR RACIAL JUSTICE PDF
Sally Matthews 112-129
DECOLONISATION OF THE AFRICAN MIND AND INTELLECTUAL LANDSCAPE PDF
Rianna Oelofsen 130-146


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