Journal of
Philosophy and Culture

OFFICIAL PUBLICATION OF THE DEPARTMENT OF CLASSICS AND PHILOSOPHY, UNIVERSITY OF CAPE COAST
  • Abbreviation: J. Philos. Cult.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 0855-6660
  • DOI: 10.5897/JPC
  • Start Year: 2004
  • Published Articles: 51

Neonaticide: A philosophical review of the killing of neonate twins in Things Fall Apart

January-June 2022 - Vol 10 Num. 1

Neonaticide in Things Fall Apart (TFA) had relative stands, mostly intentional yet mostly unwilful. In the shame of committing neonaticide, blame and responsibility is not easily placed between the earth goddess and the parents of the neonate twins. To uphold the common weal of the community, twins born in Umuofia and the...

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Neonaticide: A philosophical review of the killing of neonate twins in Things Fall Apart

January-June 2022

Ferdinard Fosu-Blankson  

African philosophy: A nebulous label for demeaning indigenous philosophies of people of Africa

January-June 2022

Zireva Davison  

The African state today and the democracy ideal: A case for a critical return

July-December 2021

Nancy Oppongwaa Myles and Paa Kweku Quansah

Of races: From social constructionism to biological realism

July-December 2021

COREY Barnes

Reintegrating released and rehabilitated offenders: A case of Windhoek Correctional Facility on Khomas Region, Namibia

July-December 2021

Basil Fredericks, N. Mbukusa, Hendrik R. Tjibeba

December 2018

Seeing Foucault’s theory through African lenses: The discourse on sex, gender and power

Oni Peter  

December 2005

The interpretation of “Jihad” in Islam

I. A.  Alani Seriki

September 2018

‘Mine to Win’: a Book that Binds Aspects of Ethiopian Christianity Education and Philosophy

Asmamaw Addis and Solomon Girma  

September 2018

Moderate communitarianism is different: A Response to J. O. Famakinwa and B. Matolino

Hasskei M. Majeed  

December 2005

The quest for an enduring social peace: The Nigerian situation

Adebola B. Ekanola

December 2018

Seeing Foucault’s theory through African lenses: The discourse on sex, gender and power

Oni Peter  

December 2005

The interpretation of “Jihad” in Islam

I. A.  Alani Seriki

September 2018

‘Mine to Win’: a Book that Binds Aspects of Ethiopian Christianity Education and Philosophy

Asmamaw Addis and Solomon Girma  

September 2018

Moderate communitarianism is different: A Response to J. O. Famakinwa and B. Matolino

Hasskei M. Majeed  

December 2005

The quest for an enduring social peace: The Nigerian situation

Adebola B. Ekanola