Series: Cultural heritage and contemporary change. Series II, Africa

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Person and Community: Ghanaian Philosophical Studies (Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change Series II., Vol 1) by Kwame Gyeke1
The Foundations of social life : Ugandan philosophical studies I by A. T. Dalfovo2
Identity and change : Nigerian philosophical studies, I by Theophilus Okere3
Social reconstruction in Africa : Ugandan philosophical studies, II by Elizabeth R. Wamala4
Changing values, changing technologies : Ghanaian philosophical studies, II by Helen Lauer5
Sameness and difference : problems and potentials in South African civil society by James R. Cochrane6
Protest and engagement : philosophy after apartheid at an historically Black South African university by Patrick Giddy7
Ethics, human rights, and development in Africa by A. T. Dalfovo8
Beyond Cultures: Perceiving a Common Humanity : Ghanaian Philosophical Studies, III (The J.B. Danquah Memorial Lectures, by Kwame Gyekye9
The idea of an African university : the Nigerian experience by Joseph Kenny11
The Struggles After the Struggles (Zimbabwean Philosophical Study, I) (Ser. II, Vol. 12) by David Kaulemu12
African Philosophy in Ethiopia (Series II Vol. 15) (Cultural Heritage and Contemporary Change Series II) by Bekele Gutema15

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