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II.1 Person And Community: Ghanaian Philosophical Studies, I, Kwasi Wiredu and Kwame Gyekye, eds. ISBN 1-56518-005-4 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-004-6 (paper). 1992.


II.2 The Foundations of Social Life: Ugandan Philosophical Studies: I, A.T. Dalfovo, ed. ISBN 1-56518-007-0 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-006-2 (paper). 1992.


II.3 Identity and Change in Nigeria: Nigerian Philosophical Studies I, Theophilus Okere, ed. ISBN 1-56518-0712 (cloth); ISBN 1-56518-072-0 (paper). 1995.


II.4 Social Reconstruction in Africa: Ugandan Philosophical Studies II, E. Wamala, A.R. Byaruhanga, A.T. Dalfovo J.K. Kigongo, S.A. Mwanahewa and G. Tusabe, eds. ISBN 1-56518-118-2 (paper). 1995.


II.5 Ghana: Changing Values/Chaning Technologies: Ghanaian Philosophical Studies, II, Helen Lauer, ed. ISBN 1-56518-144-1 (paper). 2000.


II.6 Sameness and Difference: Problems and Potentials in South African Civil Society: South African Philosophical Studies, IJames R. Cochrane and Bastienne Klein, eds. ISBN 1-56518-155-7 (paper). 2000.


II.7 Protest and Engagement: Philosophy after Apartheid at an Historically Black South African University, South African Philosophical Studies, II, Patrick Giddy, ed. ISBN 1-56518-163-8 (paper). 2001.


II.8 Ethics, Human Rights and Development in Africa, Ugandan Philosophical Studies, II, A.T. Dalfovo, et al. ISBN 1-56518-172-7 (paper). 2002. A.T. Dalfovo, et al. ISBN 1-56518-172-7 (paper). 2002.


II.9 Beyond Cultures: Perceiving a Common Humanity: Ghanian Philosophical Studies, III.  By Kwame Gyekye. ISBN 1-56518-193-X (paper). 2004.


II.10 Social and Religious Concerns of East African: A Wajibu Anthology, Gerald J. Wanjohi and G. Wakuraya Wanjohi, eds. ISBN 1-56518-221-9 (paper). 2005.


II.11 The Idea of an African University: The Nigerian Experience. Nigerian Philosophical Studies, II, Joseph Kenny, ed. ISBN 978-1-56518-230-1(paper). 2008.


II.12 The Struggles after the Struggles. Zimbabwean Philosophical Study, I, David Kaulemu, ed. ISBN 978-156518-231-8 (paper). 2009.


II.13  Indigenous and Modern Environmental Ethics: A Study of the Indigenous Oromo Environmental Ethic and Modern Issues of Environment and Development: Ethiopian Philosophical Studies, IBy Workineh Kelbessa. ISBN 978 9781565182530 (paper). 2009.


II.14 African Philosophy and the Future of Africa: South African Philosophical Studies, III. Gerard Walmsley, ed. ISBN 9781565182707 (paper). 2011.


II.15. African Philosophy in Ethiopia: Ethiopian Philosophical Studies, II. Bekele Gutema and Charles C. Verharen, eds. ISBN 9781565182790 (paper). 2012.


II.16. The Idea of a Nigerian University: A Revisit: Nigerian Philosophical Studies, III. Olatunji Oyeshile and Joseph Kenny, eds. ISBN 9781565182776 (paper). 2012.

II.17  Philosophy in African Traditions and Cultures, Zimbabwe  Philosophical Studies, II. Fainos Mangena, Tarisayi Andrea Chimuka, Francis Mabiri, eds. ISBN 9781565182998 (paper). 2014.

II.1 Universalism, Relativism and Intercultural Philosophy, Nigerian Philosophical Studies, IV. Joseph C. Achike Agbakoba and Anthony C. Ajah, eds. ISBN 9781565183162 (paper). 2016.

II.20  Odera Oruka in the Twenty-first Century, Kenyan Philosophical Studies, II. Reginald M.J. Oduor, Oriare Nyarwath and Francis E.A. Owakah, eds. ISBN 9781565183247 (paper). 2017.







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