Comparative Analysis of Mbiti and Oruka: The Question of Communicating African Philosophy

The tensions between John Mbiti’s African Religions and Philosophy and Henry Odera Oruka’s Mythologies as African Philosophy speak to the greater divide between ethnophilosophy and sagacious reasoning. The former is the practice of discussing the belief systems of particular African communities or the continent as whole, therefore placing greater emphasis on collective thought than the … Read moreComparative Analysis of Mbiti and Oruka: The Question of Communicating African Philosophy