Springer Verlag (2021)

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Motsamai Molefe
University of Witwatersrand
Christopher John Allsobrook
University of Fort Hare
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This book focuses on the domains of moral philosophy, political philosophy, and political theory within African philosophy. At the heart of the volume is a call to imagine African political philosophy as embodying a needs-based political vision. While discourses in African political philosophy have fixated on the normative framework of human rights law to articulate demands for social and global justice, this book charts a new frontier in African political thought by turning from ‘rights’ to ‘needs.’ The authors aim to re-orient discourses in African philosophy beyond the impasse of rights-based confrontations to shift the conversation toward needs as a cornerstone of African political theory.
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ISBN(s) 978-3-030-64495-6   978-3-030-64496-3   3030644987   3030644952   9783030644956
DOI 10.1007/978-3-030-64496-3
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