Presuppositions in the Study of African Social and Political Thought
The essay sought to initiate discussion among scholars of social and political theory on a then insufficiently acknowledged problem in African intellectual history. Attention was drawn to the neglect of African social and political thought in worldwide social and intellectual analysis in the hopes that it would lead to rigorous examination and debate that would lead to new and generalizable conceptual frameworks.
NOTE: This article was originally published in Research Review (new series), 1986: 2 (2)
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