In My Fathers House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture


In My Fathers House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture
Africas intellectuals have long been engaged in a conversation among themselves and with Europeans and Americans about what it means to be African. At the heart of these debates on African identity are the seminal works of politicians, creative writers, and philosophers from Africa and its diaspora. In this book, Appiah asks how we should think about the cultural situatio

Description: In My Fathers House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture

Title In My Fathers House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture
AuthorKwame Anthony Appiah
Release Date11.11.2017
Formatpdf, fb2, mobi, txt
LanguageEnglish
Pages535 pages
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