16: On African Philosophy

In this week’s episode, Dr Oritsegbubemi Oyowe discusses the role of African Philosophy in advancing knowledge. He argues that African culture and intellectualism plays an important role in transformation in the post-colonial university. We also hear from students on their views about African Philosophy and whether it has shaped their own experiences in daily life.

Read Oritsegbubemi’s article about why African Philosophy needs to be inclusive here:

African philosophy needs to blossom. Being exclusionary won’t help

Explore more of Oritsegbubemi’s research by following the link below:

ResearchGate – Oritsegbubemi Anthony Oyowe

Photo by João Silas

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