CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES II, AFRICA, VOLUME 7

 

PROTEST AND ENGAGEMENT:

Philosophy after Apartheid

at an Historically Black

South African University

 

South African Philosophical Studies, II

 

edited by

Patrick Giddy

 

CONTENTS

 

Introduction: Philosophy And The Ghetto Mentality

Patrick Giddy

 

Chapter I. Fanon And The Persistence Of Humanism

Richard Pithouse

 

Chapter II. The Personalist Philosophy Of John Macmurray

Gerard Mccabe

 

Chapter III. The Ethical Boundaries Of Business: Questions Of Integrity

Pravasan Pillay

 

Chapter IV. Understanding The "Criminal" In An Unjust Society

Refiloe Senatla

 

Chapter V. A Wrong Way: From Being To Having In The African Value System

Symphorien Ntibagirirwa

 

Chatper VI. A Question Mark Against Ubuntu: Comparisons With Russian Communitarians

Olga Yurkivska

 

Chapter VII. Why We Need A New Ethic For The Environment

Richard Sivil

 

Chapter VIII. Making Sense Of Being In Disgrace

Patrick Giddy

 

Chapter IX. The Nature And Role Of Applied Ethics In The Public Sector

Nkosinathi Owen Sotshangane

 

 



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