The Origins of Modern African Thought

The Origins of Modern African Thought

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For the better part of two centuries, racial domination has been the central concern of African social thought. Other questions, among them national identity, the role of chieftaincy, representation, justice, and constitutional design, have often been defined in relation to a preoccupation with racial and colonial forms of domination. This book, by examining the history of African thought, will prove an invaluable tool to those new thinkers who have begun to revisit the intellectual history of Africa at the outset of the twenty-first century.It was not just political unity at home or a question of national honour. ... of conquest, and letters from Ibadan to Lagos had been intercepted urging Glover to open a road to the interior so that arms might flow through. ... a#39;Thus you see the evil of the Ordinance by the Govt. of Lagosa#39;, he informed the editor of the African Times, anbsp;...

Title:The Origins of Modern African Thought
Author: Robert W. July
Publisher:Africa World Press - 2004

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