Paulin Hountondji

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Acknowledgements


Chapter 1: Introduction


Part I: Critique of Ethnophilosophy, the Debate with Contemporaries and Hountondji’s Turn to Endogenous Knowledges


Chapter 2: Hountondji’s Critique of Ethnophilosophy and his Notion of African Philosophy


Chapter 3: The Debate on Ethnophilosophy between Hountondji and his Contemporary Critics


Chapter 4: Path-clearing: Philosophy and History, Scientific Dependency, and Hountondji’s Turn to Endogenous Knowledge


Part II: Hountondji's Political Oeuvre


Chapter 5: Hountondji as a Public Intellectual and his Political Career


Part III: Hountondji as a Global Thinker


Chapter 6: New Approaches to Scientific Dependency and Extraversion: Southern Theory, Epistemic Justice and the Quest to Decolonize Academia


Chapter 7: Hountondji’s Notion of Culture and his Critique of Identitarian Politics
Chapter 8: Debating the Universal as an Unfinished Project and Regulative Ideal


Chapter 9: A Preliminary Conclusion


Interview with Paulin Hountondji



References


Index
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"Franziska Dübgen and Stefan Skupien have written a much needed overview of Paulin Hountondji's work. ... Readers who are interested in African philosophy, the sociology of scientific knowledge, African Marxism and dependency theory will find much of interest in Paulin Hountondji." (Zeyad el Nabolsy, Marx and Philosophy, marxandphilosophy.org.uk, June 14, 2020)
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Global Political Thinkers

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  • Paulin Hountondji


  • Acknowledgements


    Chapter 1: Introduction


    Part I: Critique of Ethnophilosophy, the Debate with Contemporaries and Hountondji’s Turn to Endogenous Knowledges


    Chapter 2: Hountondji’s Critique of Ethnophilosophy and his Notion of African Philosophy


    Chapter 3: The Debate on Ethnophilosophy between Hountondji and his Contemporary Critics


    Chapter 4: Path-clearing: Philosophy and History, Scientific Dependency, and Hountondji’s Turn to Endogenous Knowledge


    Part II: Hountondji's Political Oeuvre


    Chapter 5: Hountondji as a Public Intellectual and his Political Career


    Part III: Hountondji as a Global Thinker


    Chapter 6: New Approaches to Scientific Dependency and Extraversion: Southern Theory, Epistemic Justice and the Quest to Decolonize Academia


    Chapter 7: Hountondji’s Notion of Culture and his Critique of Identitarian Politics
    Chapter 8: Debating the Universal as an Unfinished Project and Regulative Ideal


    Chapter 9: A Preliminary Conclusion


    Interview with Paulin Hountondji



    References


    Index