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Filosofia Theoretica: Journal of African Philosophy, Culture and Religions

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Filosofia Theoretica is a publication of Calabar School of Philosophy (CSP), University of Calabar. From 2018,  the journal will begin to publish a third issue which will be a bi-lingual edition in both French and English languagesFilosofia Theoretica provides outlet for well researched and original papers in the following areas of African studies: philosophy, culture, religions, history and arts. It also publishes book reviews. Its publication cycle is January-June and July-December issues. The journal is abstracted/indexed on SCOPUS, EBSCO Humanities Source, ProQuest, Google Scholar, Ajol, EBSCO Database, Philosopher's index, etc. Filosofia Theoretica is also accredited by the Department of Higher Education and Training (DoHET), South Africa. 

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The second website related to the journal is www.csp.unical.edu.ng.

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Vol 8, No 1 (2019)

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Table of Contents

Articles

Editorial Inclusive Development: An Afro-Asian Perspective EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Muk-Yan Wong i-iv
Sustainable-inclusive development through conversational thinking: The case for Africa – China relations EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Maduka Enyimba 1-20
Inclusiveness matters: The development of ethnopolitics in Malaysia EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Samuel C.Y. Ku, Yuan-Ming Chiao 21-38
Discussing inclusive development and governance in Zimbabwe: Pragmatizing Hunhu/ Ubuntu philosophy EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Fainos Mangena 39-54
Revisiting the relationship between economic growth and inclusive development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Muk-Yan Wong 55-68
Inclusive development: some perspectives from African communitarian philosophy EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Pius M. Mosima 69-94
Inclusive development of Naga Tribes in Nagaland: Strategy for sustainability EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mhadeno Y. Humtsoe, M. Hilaria Soundari 95-108
Economic development in Africa through the stokvel system: ‘our’ indigenous way or ‘theirs’ EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Mojalefa Lehlohonolo Koenane 109-124
The challenge of stringent, radical nationalism to inclusive development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Savio Abreu 125-140
Addressing the problem of mass poverty in the Sub-Saharan Africa: Conversational thinking as a tool for inclusive development EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Jonathan O. Chimakonam 141-161
A preliminary consequential evaluation of the roles of cultures in human rights debates EMAIL FULL TEXT
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Benedict Shing Bun Chan 162-181


ISSN: 2408-5987
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