Indeterminancy, Ethnophilosophy, Linguistic Philosophy, African Philosophy

Philosophy 70 (273):377 - 393 (1995)

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Barry Hallen
Morehouse College
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This is a paper about philosophical methodology or, better, methodologies. Most of the material that has been published to date under the rubric of African philosophy has been methodological in character. One reason for this is the conflicts that sometimes arise when philosophers in Africa attempt to reconcile their relationships with both academic philosophy and so-called African '‘traditional’ systems of thought. A further complication is that the studies of traditional African thought systems that become involved in these conflicts are themselves products of academia– of disciplinary methodologies.
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DOI 10.1017/S0031819100065578
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