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Vol. 4 No. 2 (2023)
Published June 7, 2023
Metaphysical, Ethical and Epistemic Issues in African Philosophy

This journal issue examines metaphysical, ethical and epistemic issues in African Philosophy. Key issues analysed includes the place of indigenous moral values in contemporary African societies, the xenophobia conundrum in South Africa and Hegel’s historical denialism and epistemic eclipse in African philosophy. One of the major arguments advanced in this issue is that metaphysical probing should begin from the undivided web of ubiquitous instantiate and work outwards in such a way that it can explain the apparently different parts and parcels, objects, processes and phenomena as the multifaceted versions and contingent manifestations of the matrix of resonance.

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