Part I Traditional Yoruba Philosophy
|1. On the Idea of African Philosophy||1|
|2. Enìyàn: The Yoruba Concept of a Person||27|
|3. Individuality, Community and the Moral Order||61|
|4. Traditional African Religiosity:
Myth or Reality?||83|
|5. Causality and the Concept of Health
Part II Contemporary African Realities
|6. The Concept of Ultimate Reality and Meaning
and Contemporary African Realities:
The Religious View||137|
|7. Contemporary African Realities:
The Cultural View||161|
|8. Contemporary African Realities:
The Politico-Economic View||189|
|9. The Ethics and Politics of Work||215|
|10. Concluding Remarks:
Development and Human Values||255|
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Book title: African Philosophy:Traditional Yoruba Philosophy and Contemporary African Realities.
Contributors: Segun Gbadegesin - Author.
Publisher: Peter Lang.
Place of publication: New York.
Publication year: 1991.
Page number: ix.
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