A Study in African Socio-Political Philosophy
About the Book
The present work on African philosophy brings in new freshness into the African philosophical enterprise as it introduces not just thoughts that could be categorized as African philosophy but also thoughts that were borne from the reflections of individual African philosophers. It covers a period that could be referred to as modern African philosophy. It includes philosophical activities in Africa between the fifteenth century and early part of the twentieth century.
About the Author
Ikechukwu Anthony, KANU is a friar of the Order of Saint Augustine and a Professor of Religion (ATR) and Cultural Studies, Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Tansian University. He is also a visiting Professor at Saint Augustine’s Major Seminary, Jos and the Augustinian Institute, Makurdi. He is the President of the Association for the Promotion of African Studies and the Executive Secretary of the Association of African Traditional Religion and Philosophy Scholars. His academic initiatives include: Journal of African Studies and Sustainable Development; IGWEBUIKE: An African Journal of Arts and Humanities; IGWEBUIKEPEDIA: Internet Encyclopedia of African Philosophy.