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Africa World Press, 1988 - Social Science - 126 pages
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A groundbreaking effort, this book offers a philosophical inquiry into the future of the Afrocentric perspective.

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Chapter Two The Constituents of Power
Chapter Three Analysis and Science
Chapter Four The Bases of Action

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Molefi Kete Asante
The official website of Molefi Kete Asante. Asante is one of the most published contemporary scholars, having written more than 60 books and 300 articles

On the rhetoric of Afrocentricity. - Journal, Magazine, Article ...
This paper explores the theory of Afrocentricity through a Burkiean analysis utilizing cluster analysis, antithesis, and pentadic analysis. ... coms2/ summary_0199-2741705_ITM

The Afrocentric school was founded by Molefi Kete Asante in the late 20th century with the launching of the book, Afrocentricity, in which theory and ... Reference_Links/ Afrocentricity.htm

Molefi Asante and the Afrocentricity -
Afrocentricity is the idea that Africa and persons of African descent must be ... Afrocentricity means reestablishing Africa and its descendants as centers ... index.php?option=com_content& task=view& id=541& Itemid=87

Kathy Hytten - Afrocentricity, Politics and the Problem of Identity
In his book Afrocentricity, Molefi Kete Asante describes an Afrocentrist as one who "studies every thought, action, behavior, and value, and if it cannot be ... EPS/ PES-Yearbook/ 97_docs/ hytten.html

Blind "Afrocentricity" Likely To Lead Blacks Astray ... The term "Afrocentricity" was popularized by Molefi Kete Asante, professor and chairman of the ... library/ aah/ allen_1_1.html

Afrocentricity-- Africana Library, Cornell University
"The Ideological Significance Of Afrocentricity In Intercultural Communication." Journal of Black Studies 1983 14(1): 3-19. ... africana/ guides/ afrocentricity.html

Afrocentricity and the Western Paradigm
This article explores the similarities between Afrocentricity and postmodernism ... during the past two decades has been the idea of Afrocentricity. ... cgi/ rapidpdf/ 0021934708314801v1.pdf

socialism and democracy
The essay starts with Afrocentricity because of claims by Du Bois (1995, ... Afrocentricity is a late 20th-century movement based on two principles: true ... 34/ charles_verharen.htm

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