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: 35

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

September 2018 - Vol 6 Num. 1

Moderate communitarianism is a thesis introduced into African philosophical literature by the Akan philosopher Kwame Gyekye. He suggests that this thesis better accounts for the Akan and, to some extent, African social set-up than what he calls radical communitarianism (a thesis which he attributes especially to John...

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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  

March 2014

How to talk about physical reality? Other models, other questions

Benjamin B. Olshin

March 2014

The problem of destiny in Akan and Yoruba traditional thoughts: A comparative analysis of the works of Wiredu, Gyekye and Gbadegesin

H. M. Majeed

March 2014

Rape and adultery in ancient Greek and Yoruba societies

Olakunbi O. Olasope

March 2014

How to talk about physical reality? Other models, other questions

Benjamin B. Olshin

March 2014

The problem of destiny in Akan and Yoruba traditional thoughts: A comparative analysis of the works of Wiredu, Gyekye and Gbadegesin

H. M. Majeed

March 2014

Rape and adultery in ancient Greek and Yoruba societies

Olakunbi O. Olasope

March 2014

Why was carthage destroyed? A re-examination from an economic perspective

Goke Akinboye

December 2005

The I Ching or “Book of Changes”: A Chinese space-time model and a philosophy of divination

Benjamin B. Olsin

March 2014

How to talk about physical reality? Other models, other questions

Benjamin B. Olshin

March 2014

The problem of destiny in Akan and Yoruba traditional thoughts: A comparative analysis of the works of Wiredu, Gyekye and Gbadegesin

H. M. Majeed

March 2014

Rape and adultery in ancient Greek and Yoruba societies

Olakunbi O. Olasope

March 2014

Why was carthage destroyed? A re-examination from an economic perspective

Goke Akinboye

December 2005

The I Ching or “Book of Changes”: A Chinese space-time model and a philosophy of divination

Benjamin B. Olsin