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Editorial: Water, Wind and Sound: Philosophy in a Different Key

Nkiru Nzegwu


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Westernized African philosophy and Africana diaspora philosophy of the 20th century began in Western philosophy, hence are enmeshed in its ideologies (rationalism), pathologies (racism), sociopolitical experiences (patriarchy), idealism (individualism), and the ideas of its major thinkers. The dominant view of philosophy installed a regime of truth that limits what philosophy could be. But what if that view is no longer ascendant?


Water; Wind; Hurricane; Katrina; Sound

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Journal on African Philosophy. ISSN: 1533-1067 (online).
Editor: Olufemi Taiwo.

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