Vol. 2 (2021): Philosophy, Politics and Africanism
Philosophy, Politics and Africanism

This discourse examines the dynamics of ethical dimensions pertaining to unjust governments, using apartheid South Africa as a case study. Qualitative methodology was used to analyze morality of violence, using autonomy and civil disobedience as footstools. This piece will expose its readers to philosophical concepts such as norms, ethics, foundational beliefs, epistemology etc. It is the aim of this piece to dissect the perception of totality and reality in the formation of social processes.

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