Africa Resource Center, Inc., expresses immense gratitude to Barry Hallen for the compliation of this philosophy listing.
"Du ‘temps' dan la culture Ewe," Presence Africaine, vol. 14, no. 15 (1957): 222-232.
ABIMBOLA, 'Wande and Hallen, Barry.
1993. "Secrecy and Objectivity in the Methodology and Literature of Ifa Divination," in P. Nooter (ed.) Secrecy: African Art that Conceals and Reveals. New York: The Museum for African Art and Munich: Prestel, pp. 213-221.
ABRAHAM, William. E.
The Mind of Africa (Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1962).
ADEWALE, S. A.
The Religion of the Yoruba: A Phenomenological Analysis (Ibadan, Nigeria: Department of Religious Studies, University of Ibadan, 1988).
"De la conception de la vie et la mort chez les Ewe," Bull. ensign.sup.benin (Rome) 6 (1968): 121-128.
"African Conceptual Systems," The African Experience, eds. J. Paden and E. Soja (Evanston: Northwestern University Press, 1970).
ALLEN, S. W.
"Muntu," Presence Africaine, vol. 2 (1960): 148-160.
AMATO, Peter. 1997.
"African Philosophy and Modernity," also in Eze (ed.) Postcolonial African Philosophy, pp. 71-99.
"The Concept of Justice and Morality Among the Bakuta in the Congo- Brazzaville," Ethnos, vol. 37 (1972).
ANTONINI, A. R.
"Les fondements metaphysique de la morale chez les Kirdis du Tchad et du Cameroun," Bulletin et Memorie Soc. Anthro (Paris), vol. 11, no. 6 (1966): 367-376.
APPIAH, K. Anthony.
In My Father's House: Africa in the Philosophy of Culture (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1992).
ARMSTRONG, Robert G.
"Prolegomena to the Study of the Idoma Concept of God," African Notes, vol. 4, no. 1 (1966): 11-17.
ARMSTRONG, Robert P.
The Affecting Presence: An Essay in Humanistic Anthropology (Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1971).
ASIKE, Joseph Ike.
"Contemporary African Philosophy: The Search for a Method or Rediscovery of Its Content?," Indian Philosophical Quarterly 19/1 (1992): 23-39.
"The Concept of the Supreme Being Among the Batoro," Byaruhanga, 19 (Paper No. 204).
AVERY, W. L.
"Concepts of God in Africa," Journal of the American Academy of Religion, vol. 39, no. 3 (1971): 391.
AYOADE, John A. A.
"Time in Yoruba Thought," African Philosophy: An Introduction, ed. Richard Wright (New York and London: University Press of America, 1984).
BA, A. H.
"La notion de personne en Afrique noire," La Notion de Personne en Afrique Noire, (Paris: C.N.R.S. 1973), 181-192.
BASCOM, William O.
"Yoruba Concepts of Soul," Fifth International Congress of Anthropology and Ethnological Sciences, Selected Papers, ed. Anthony F.C. Wallace (Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press, 1960), 401-410.
BEATTIE, J. H. M.
"On the Nyoru Concept of ‘mahano'," African Studies, vol. 19 (1960): 145-150.
"Ritual and Social Change," Man (n.s.) 1/1 (1966a): 60-74.
Other Cultures: Aims, Methods and Achievements in Social Anthropology (London: Routledge and Kegan Paul Ltd, 1966b).
"Understanding Traditional African Religion: A Comment on Horton," Second Order II/2 (July 1973): 3-11.
BEDU-ADDO, Joseph T.
"Sense-Experience and Recollection in Plato's Meno," American Journal of Philology 104 (1983): 228-248.
"Wiredu on Truth as Opinion and the Akan Language," Philosophy in Africa: Trends and Perspectives, ed. Peter Bodunrin (Ife, Nigeria: University of Ife Press, 1985), 68-90.
"Sense-Experience and the Argument for Recollection in Plato's Phaedo," Phronesis 36/1 (1991): 27-60.
Moral Imagination in Kaguru Modes of Thought (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1986).
BELL, Richard H.
"Narrative in African Philosophy," Philosophy 64 (July 1989): 363-379.
"Understanding African Philosophy from a Non-African Point of View: An Exercise in Cross-cultural Philosophy," also in Eze (ed.) Postcolonial African Philosophy, (1997), 197-220.
BELLO, A. G. A.
"Natural Necessity," Second Order 8/1-2 (1979): 102-114.
BELLO, A. G. A. and Anyanwu, K. C.
"Methods and Systematic Reflections," Ultimate Reality and Meaning 14/1 (1991): 53-69.
Lega Culture: Art, Initiation and Moral Philosophy Among a Central African People (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1973).
BIRD, C. S. & KARP, I.
Eds. Explorations in African Systems of Thought (Bloomington: Indiana University Press, 1980).
BLAKELEY, Thomas J.
"The Categories of Mtu and the Categories of Aristotle," African Philosophy: An Introduction, ed. Richard Wright (New York and London: University Press of America, 1984), 163-170.
"'Theoretical Entities' and Scientific Explanation," Second Order 4/1 (1975A): 56- 65.
"The Alogicality of Immortality," Second Order 4/2 (1975b): 36-44.
"Witchcraft, Magic and ESP: A Defense of Scientific and Philosophical Scepticism," Second Order 7/1-2 (1978): 36-50. (reprinted in A. Mosley (ed.) African Philosophy: Selected Readings, pp. 371-385).
"Belief, Truth and Knowledge," Second Order 8/1-2 (1979): 28-46.
Ed. Philosophy in Africa: Trends and Perspectives (Ife, Nigeria: University of Ife Press, 1985).
"The Question of African Philosophy," Philosophy, vol. 56 (1981): 161-179.
BOHANNAN, P. J.
"Concepts of Time Among the Tiv of Nigeria," Southwestern Journal of Anthropology, vol. 9 (1953): 251-262 (also in Myth and Cosmos, ed. J. Middleton (Austin: University of Texas Press).
BRINKER, P. H.
"Suppositionen Uber die Etymologisch-mythologische Bedeutung Der Nominum Fur ‘leben', ‘seele', ‘geist', und ‘tod' in Der Lingua-Bantu," Zeitung Fur Africana und Oceanische Sprachen, vol. 1 (1895): 164-168.
"Imana: Some Names of God in the Kirundi Language," International Philosophical Quarterly, vol. 4 (1964): 394-418.
CALVERT, J. L.
Linguistique et colonialisme (Paris, 1972).
"La Notion de Dieu chez les Bashi," Congo, vol. 2 (1925): 37-42.
COOPER, David E.
"Alternative Logic in ‘Primitive Thought'," Man (n.s.), vol. 10 (1975): 238-256.
CORREIA, J. A.
"Vocables philosophiques et religieux des peuples Ibo," Bibliotheca Ethnologica Linguistica Africana, vol. 1 (1925).
COTTE, R. P.
"Concepts religieux, moraux, et sociaux des Bakka," Trait D'Union, vol. 2 (1950): 17-20.
"Conceptual Take-Off Conditions for a Bantu Philosophy," Diogenes, vol. 52 (1965): 61- 84.
DALFOVO, A.T. et al. (eds.)
African Metaphysical Heritage and Contemporary Life in the Foundations of Social Life (Washington, D.C.: Council for Research and Values in Philosophy, 1992). (A)
"On the Very Idea of a Conceptual Scheme," Proceedings and Addresses of the American Philosophical Association, vol. 47 (1974): 5-20.
"Blood Brothers (Reflections on Ethnicity in Africa)," Brookings Review 13/3 (Summer 1995): 12-17.
DIAZ, Mendez E.
"E problema del ‘nal' en la filosofia Bantu," Revista de Filosofia, vol. 27(Madrid 1968): 247-278.
DUERR, Hans Peter.
Dreamtime: Concerning the Boundary Between Wilderness and Civilization (Oxford: Blackwell, 1985).
"African Cosmology and Ontology," Indian Philosophical Quarterly 16/4 (1989): 367-391.
"God and Godlings in African Ontology," Indian Philosophical Quarterly 17/1 (1990): 75-89.
DUTOIT, B. M.
"Some Aspects of the Soul-concept Among the Bantu-speaking Nguni Tribes of South Africa," Authors Quarterly, vol. 33 (1960): 134-142.
"Haunted Universes," Second Order 1/1 (1972): 34-42.
ENGLISH, Parker and Hamme, Nancy Steele.
"Using Art History and Philosophy to Compare a Traditional and a Contemporary Form of African Moral Thought," Journal of Social Philosophy 27/2 (Fall 1996): 204-233.
ENGLISH, Parker and Kalumba, Kubujjo. (eds.)
African Philosophy: A Classical Approach. Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall. (A) Erassov, Boris. 1972.
"Concepts of 'Cultural Personality' in the Ideologies of the Third World," Diogenes 78 (1996): 123-140.
"Philosophy in a Developing Country," Philosophy 62 (1987): 59-66.
"Concepts of ‘Cultural Personality' in the Ideologies of the Third World," Diogenes, vol. 78 (1972): 123-140.
EVANS-PRITCHARD, E. E.
Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic Among the Azande (London: Oxford University Press, 1937).
EZE, Emmanuel. (ed.)
Postcolonial African Philosophy: A Critical Reader (Oxford: Blackwell, 1997a). (A)
"The Color of Reason: The idea of 'Race' in Kant's Anthropology," also in Eze (ed.) Postcolonial African Philosophy, (1997b), 103-140.
"Democracy or Consensus? A Response to Wiredu," also in Eze (ed.) Postcolonial African Philosophy, (1997C), 313-323.
African Philosophy: An Anthology (Cambridge, Ma.: Blackwell, 1997d). (A)
Race and the Enlightenment: A Reader (Cambridge, Ma.: Blackwell, 1997e). (A)
Language and Colonial Power (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1986).
"Frantz Fanon and the Ethica Justification of Anti-Colonial Violence," Social Theory and Practice, vol. 5, no. 2 (1989): 179-212.
"Espace et temps dans la tradition malgache," Revue de Synthese, vols. 55-56 (Paris 1969): 297-327.
"How To Do Things with Words: Performative Utterances Among the Limba of Sierra Leone," Man (n.s.), vol. 4, no. 1 (1969): 537-551.
"Attitudes to the Study of Oral Literature in British Social Anthropology," Man (n.s.) (1969?): 59-69.
"Twins, Birds and Vegetables," Man (n.s.) vol. 1 (1966): 1-17.
FLOISTAD, G. (ed.)
Contemporary Philosophy: A New Survey: African Philosophy, Vol. 5. (Dordrecht: Martinius Nijhoff, 1987).
FORDE, Daryll (ed.)
1954. African Worlds: Studies in the Cosmological Ideas and Social Values of African Peoples. London: International African Institute and Oxford University Press. (A)
"On the Concept of the Person Among Tallensi," African Systems of Thought, eds. Meyer Fortes and G. Dieterlen (London: Oxford University Press, 1965); also in La Notion de Personne en Afrique Noire, (1973), 283-320.
FORTES, M. and Dieterlen, G. (eds.)
African Systems of Thought (London: Oxford University Press, 1965). (A)
FRAKE, Charles O.
"The Ethnographic Study of Cognitive Systems" (1969), also in Tyler 1969, 28-41.