Journal of
Philosophy and Culture

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
  • Abbreviation: J. Philos. Cult.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 0855-6660
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPC
  • Start Year: 2004
  • Published Articles: 52

Traditional authority, nation-building and decentralization in African States: A change in perspective

January-June 2022 - Vol 10 Num. 1

African states are generally inhabited by peoples of diverse historical, linguistic, cultural and religious backgrounds. This feature of diversity in African states, arguably, poses a challenge in creating social cohesion for such multinational and postcolonial contexts. African states such as Ghana have endeavored to...

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Traditional authority, nation-building and decentralization in African States: A change in perspective

January-June 2022

Nancy Oppongwaa Myles, Seth Don Arthur and Deladem Tsagli

Neonaticide: A philosophical review of the killing of neonate twins in Things Fall Apart

January-June 2022

Ferdinard Fosu-Blankson  

African philosophy: A nebulous label for demeaning indigenous philosophies of people of Africa

January-June 2022

Zireva Davison  

Of races: From social constructionism to biological realism

July-December 2021

COREY Barnes

The African state today and the democracy ideal: A case for a critical return

July-December 2021

Nancy Oppongwaa Myles and Paa Kweku Quansah

December 2018

The feasibility of self-reliancism as a foundation for democracy

Usifoh Eric Eromosele

September 2018

‘Mine to Win’: a Book that Binds Aspects of Ethiopian Christianity Education and Philosophy

Asmamaw Addis and Solomon Girma  

September 2018

Moderate communitarianism is different: A Response to J. O. Famakinwa and B. Matolino

Hasskei M. Majeed  

December 2018

Seeing Foucault’s theory through African lenses: The discourse on sex, gender and power

Oni Peter  

December 2005

The interpretation of “Jihad” in Islam

I. A.  Alani Seriki

December 2018

The feasibility of self-reliancism as a foundation for democracy

Usifoh Eric Eromosele

September 2018

‘Mine to Win’: a Book that Binds Aspects of Ethiopian Christianity Education and Philosophy

Asmamaw Addis and Solomon Girma  

September 2018

Moderate communitarianism is different: A Response to J. O. Famakinwa and B. Matolino

Hasskei M. Majeed  

December 2018

Seeing Foucault’s theory through African lenses: The discourse on sex, gender and power

Oni Peter  

December 2005

The interpretation of “Jihad” in Islam

I. A.  Alani Seriki