I, We and Body: First Joint Symposium of Philosophers from Africa and from the Netherlands at Rotterdam on March 10, 1989 (Schriften Zur Philosophie d
By: Heinz Kimmerle (editor)Hardback
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1. Introduction: A cross-cultural dialogue on philosophical issues (by Kimmerle, Heinz); 2. The Ontological Significance of "I" and "We" in African Philosophy (by Nyasani, Joseph M.); 3. Oedipus and the Dogon: Myth of Modernity interrogated (by Oosterling, Henk); 4. Person and Community in African Thought (by Gyekye, Kwame); 5. The Discussion on Identity Among African Philosophers (by Fennema, Jurjen G.); 6. A Perception of Reality with an East-Nilotic Tribe Point of departure for a philosophy of perception (by Stoks, Hans); 7. The Notion of Time in African Philosophy A survey of some approaches (by Zuylekom, Ruud M. van); 8. Epilogue: The position of culture within development (by Kimmerle, Heinz)
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