CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CONTEMPORARY CHANGE

SERIES II, AFRICA, VOLUME 8

 

 

ETHICS, HUMAN RIGHTS AND DEVELOPMENT IN AFRICA

 

 

edited by

A.T. Dalfovo

James. K. Kigongo

J. Kisekka

G. Tusabe

E. Wamala 

R. Munyonyo

A. B. Rukooko

A.B.T. Byaruhanga-Akiiki

M. Mawa

 

CONTENTS

 

INTRODUCTION

by A.T. Dalfovo

 

Chapter I.  Applied Ethics and the Experiential Dimension in African Philosophy

by A.T. Dalfovo

 

Chapter II. The Relevance of African Ethics to the Contemporary African Society

by James. K. Kigongo

 

Chapter III. The Destiny of the Individual in Contemporary Africa

by J. Kisekka  

 

Chapter IV. Ethnicities and the Challenge of Social Cohesion in Contemporary Africa

by G. Tusabe  

 

Chapter V. Freedom and Human Rights: The Development Dilemma in Sub-Saharan Africa

by E. Wamala  

 

 

Chapter VI. The Privatisation Process in Africa: Ethical Implications

by R. Munyonyo

 

 

Chapter VII. Human Values as the Unifying Reference of Human Rights and the African Perspective

by A. B. Rukooko       

 

Chapter VIII. A Holistic Approach to Human Rights in Private Uganda: Challenges to Theology and Philosophy

by A.B.T. Byaruhanga-Akiiki

 

 

Chapter IX. Human Rights and Development in Uganda: Reflections on the Constitutional Provisions of the Right to Development

by M. Mawa

 



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