Tag: Western philosophy

  • African Philosophy and doing philosophy from a place

    by Kevin Currie-Knight ___ In this discussion, Bruce Janz (Central Florida) talks about his interest in African philosophy, and the importance of recognizing that all philosophy is affected by — and done from — a “place.” We talk about what that means for how African philosophy can differ from philosophy in “the West” and the […]

  • Kant, Racism and Global Philosophy

    by Bharath Vallabha Nowadays when racism is reflexively brought up as an explanation for social phenomena, I cringe. The person who raises it usually does so excitedly, as if they have penetrated to the heart of the issue. But most of the time I find they are confusing passion for clarity and skipping over all […]