I, We and Body

First Joint Symposium of Philosophers from Africa and from the Netherlands at Rotterdam on March 10, 1989

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Table of Contents
Introduction: A cross-cultural dialogue on philosophical issues
Heinz Kimmerle
7
The Ontological Significance of “I” and “We” in African Philosophy
Joseph M. Nyasani
13
Oedipus and the Dogon: Myth of Modernity interrogated
Henk Oosterling
27
Person and Community in African Thought
Kwame Gyekye
47
The Discussion on Identity Among African Philosophers
Jurjen G. Fennema
65
A Perception of Reality with an East-Nilotic Tribe Point of departure for a philosophy of perception
Hans Stoks
79
The Notion of Time in African Philosophy A survey of some approaches
Ruud M. van Zuylekom
93
Epilogue: The position of culture within development
Heinz Kimmerle
103
Subjects

Philosophy

Philosophy
BIC Subject: HP – Philosophy
BISAC Subject: PHI000000 – PHILOSOPHY / General
U.S. Library of Congress Control Number:  90142705