Council for the Development of Social Science Research in Africa
Conseil pour le développement de la recherche en sciences sociales en Afrique
Conselho para o Desenvolvimento da Pesquisa em Ciências Sociais em África
مجلس تنمية البحوث الإجتماعية في أفريقيا
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Document(s)
⋄ Bibliography
⋄ Postcoloniality and Development: Development as a Colonial Discourse
⋄ Science, Technology and Development: Stakes of Globalisation
⋄ Philosophy, Democracy and Development: History and the Case of Cameroon
⋄ Appraising Africa: Modernity, Decolonisation and Globalisation
⋄ Culture: The Missing Link in Development Planning in Africa
⋄ A Relevant Education for African Development: Some Epistemological Considerations
⋄ Philosophy and Development: On the Problematic African Development — A Diachronic Analysis
⋄ African Development and the Primacy of Mental Decolonisation
⋄ Dialogue with Lansana Keita: Reflections on African Development
⋄ Fanon and Development: A Philosophical Look
⋄ On Prospective: Development and a Political Culture of Time
⋄ The Human Right to Development
⋄ Modernity and Religious Interpretations
⋄ Introduction
⋄ Preface
⋄ Contributors
⋄ Contents


Philosophy and African Development : Theory and Practice

Lansana Keita. Philosophy and African Development : Theory and Practice. Dakar, CODESRIA, 2011, 272 p., ISBN 978-2-86978-326-3

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Contents

Contents
(i-iv)

Contributors

Contributors
(v-vi)

Preface

Preface
(vii-viii)

Introduction

Introduction
(xi-xviii)

Chapter 1

Modernity and Religious Interpretations
Samir Amin (1-36)

Chapter 2

The Human Right to Development
Wilfred L. David (37-56)

Chapter 3

On Prospective: Development and a Political Culture of Time
Souleymane Bachir Diagne (57-68)

Chapter 4

Fanon and Development: A Philosophical Look
Lewis R. Gordon (69-86)

Chapter 5

Dialogue with Lansana Keita: Reflections on African Development
Paulin Hountondji (87-96)

Chapter 6

African Development and the Primacy of Mental Decolonisation
Messay Kebede (97-114)

Chapter 7

Philosophy and Development: On the Problematic African Development — A Diachronic Analysis
Lansana Keita (115-138)

Chapter 8

A Relevant Education for African Development: Some Epistemological Considerations
Francis B. Nyamnjoh (139-154)

Chapter 9

Culture: The Missing Link in Development Planning in Africa
Kwesi Kwaa Prah (155-168)

Chapter 10

Appraising Africa: Modernity, Decolonisation and Globalisation
Sanya Osha (169-176)

Chapter 11

Philosophy, Democracy and Development: History and the Case of Cameroon
Godfrey B. Tangwa (177-196)

Chapter 12

Science, Technology and Development: Stakes of Globalisation
Jean-Pierre Ymele (197-214)

Chapter 13

Postcoloniality and Development: Development as a Colonial Discourse
Eiman Osman Zein-Elabdin (215-230)

Bibliography

Bibliography
(231-254)
April 28 2011



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