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Listening to Ourselves
Listening to Ourselves (September 2013)
A Multilingual Anthology of African Philosophy
Chike Jeffers - Editor
Ngugi wa Thiong’o - Foreword by

Contemporary African philosophy in indigenous African languages and English translation.

A groundbreaking contribution to the discipline of philosophy, this volume presents a collection of philosophical essays written in indigenous African languages by professional African philosophers with English translations on the facing pages—demonstrating the linguistic and conceptual resources of African languages for...(Read More)
 
 
The Dance of Person and Place
The Dance of Person and Place (April 2010)
One Interpretation of American Indian Philosophy
Thomas M. Norton-Smith - Author

Uses the concept of “world-making” to provide an introduction to American Indian philosophy.

Ever since first contact with Europeans, American Indian stories about how the world is have been regarded as interesting objects of study, but also as childish and savage, philosophically curious and ethically monstrous. Using the writings of early ethnographers and cultural anthropologists, early narratives...(Read More)
 
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