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Lacey, A. R. (1976). A Dictionary of Philosophy. New York: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd., 128.

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  • TITLE: Philosophical Bases of African Freedom beyond Black and White

    AUTHORS: Maduabuchi Dukor

    KEYWORDS: Man, Existentialism, Racism, God, Consciousness, Africa, Freedom

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Philosophy, Vol.4 No.4, November 28, 2014

    ABSTRACT: The aim of this chapter is to philosophically and critically examine and outline the bases of African freedom. The approach will adopt the following sub-headings: Introduction, Metaphysical Basis of African Freedom, Beyond “Black” and “White” to Pluralism, African Philosophy and the Paradox of African Freedom. The philosophical basis of African freedom consists essentially in the categorical assertion and defense of the freedom of man. The philosophical basis of African freedom is to seek the theoretical, metaphysical, ideological and scientific bases or justification for African freedom. Hence the intention is an attempt to establish the universality of mankind and ipso facto examine the propositions and ideologies that justified African freedom. We shall first of all take up the issue that the African race is an inferior race and a different “species” of being from the white man and then assert the common ancestry of man or humanity of man.