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Innocent I. Asouzu
The Method and Principles of Complementary Reflection in and beyond African Philosophy
Reihe: Studies in African Philosophy
Bd. 4, 2005, 536 S., 49.90 EUR, 49.90 CHF, br., ISBN 3-8258-8578-X
Questions relating to types of philosophical trends within African philosophy can be very decisive for any idea of African philosophy. In this strikingly novel approach to African Philosophy, the author explores a complementary philosophical trend that goes back to those he calls anonymous traditional African philosophers. Based on their thoughts, he articulates a distinctive variant of the principles, method and imperative of complementarity (Ibu anyi danda) around which he builds his system. He anchors his reflection on such ambient concepts as the joy of being (jide k' iji), fragmentation, wholeness, and future reference.
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