Peter Adamson, Jonardon Ganeri, and Chike Jeffers present the philosophical traditions of India, Africa, and the African Diaspora. Further reading and info at www.historyofphilosophy.net.
HAP 81 - Making History - Carter G. Woodson
Pioneering historian Carter G. Woodson argues for a new approach to education and economic uplift.
HAP 80 - Scholarly Contributions - African American Professional Philosophers
From the latter half of the nineteenth century to the 1970s, African Americans only rarely obtain jobs as philosophy professors but bring distinctive perspectives to the profession.
HAP 79 - Leonard Harris on Alain Locke
Leonard Harris explains how Locke's value theory was the basis for his aesthetics and theories of democracy and race.
HAP 78 - Freedom Through Art - Alain Locke
The aesthetics of Alain Locke and its basis in his theory of value judgments.
HAP 77 - A Race Capital - The Harlem Renaissance
The artistic flowering of the 1920s known as the Harlem Renaissance raises important questions about identity and the purpose of art.
HAP 76 - Michael Dawson on Garvey and Black Nationalism
An interview with Michael Dawson, who explains Marcus Garvey's black nationalism and how this and other political ideologies, like socialism and liberalism, have fared from the time of Garvey down to the present day.
highly informative and intelligible; more than just an introduction both Indian and African philosophy
really looking fwd to getting stuck into this.
i absolutely abhor the racist ‘sub-saharan’ designation.
hellenic & mesopotamian myth/religion philosophy all began as oral.
colonialism eradicated traditional writing forms. kenya for example had a script called ‘gichandi’ & with it the tale of easy african cosmology.
several greeks made their way through east africa from egypt to the great rift valley.
still grateful for this resource & looking forward to more.
Engaging, succinct, informative
Enjoying this so far, easy to understand; even coming from a western, non philosophical, secular background. Looking forward to more to come.