Afrocentricity

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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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Very innovative, as a philosophy that aims on reconstruction and peace, it surely is an experience. His style is simple, challenging, and informative. A lot to think about and research on. All in all, I loved it Read full review

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Contents

Chapter Two The Constituents of Power
31
Chapter Three Analysis and Science
45
Chapter Four The Bases of Action
85
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About the author (1988)

Molefi Kete Asante is the founder of the African American studies department at Temple University. He developed the first program to offer a Ph.D. in African American studies. He is the author of Egyptian Philosophies and Egypt vs. Greece. He lives in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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