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: 44

A map of the World: Cognitive injustice and the Other

July-December 2020 - Vol 8 Num. 2

This paper employs critical geography to advance a fresh philosophical orientation of cognitive injustice and Otherness. Operating under the assumption that modern cartography is entangled with power, knowledge and politics, this study examines how maps construct and sustain the identity of the social, cultural and...

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A map of the World: Cognitive injustice and the Other

July-December 2020

Delon Alain Omrow  

Socio-cultural perspectives on death announcements in Ghanaian newspapers: Some sociolinguistic evidence

January-June 2020

Afful Archibald Joseph Benjamin  

Tabooing insults: Why the ambivalence?

January-June 2020

Moses Nii-Dortey and Edward Nanbigne  

A Yorùbá reflection on the theodicy embedded in Prince’s “Sign O’ The Times”: Implications for scholarship on African Theology

June 2019

DASAOLU Babajide Olugbenga  

Can there be an African logic?

May 2019

Felix Ayemere Airoboman and Sylvester Idemudia Odia  

December 2005

Theoretical considerations on the impact of worldviews of development

J. C. A. Agbakoba

December 2005

Cultural identity and the future of Africa

Ebijuwa T.

December 2005

Transmitting philosophic knowledge without writing: The Ekiti Yoruba philosphic sagacity experience*

Muyiwa Falaiye

December 2005

Did a biased jury convict Plato’s Socrates?

Emmanuel  K. Ackah

December 2005

The quest for an enduring social peace: The Nigerian situation

Adebola B. Ekanola

December 2005

Theoretical considerations on the impact of worldviews of development

J. C. A. Agbakoba

December 2005

Cultural identity and the future of Africa

Ebijuwa T.

December 2005

Transmitting philosophic knowledge without writing: The Ekiti Yoruba philosphic sagacity experience*

Muyiwa Falaiye

December 2005

Did a biased jury convict Plato’s Socrates?

Emmanuel  K. Ackah

December 2005

The quest for an enduring social peace: The Nigerian situation

Adebola B. Ekanola