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Introduction to African philosophy-2013,2015,2016 past question for the year 2016 examines 200-level Arts and Humanities students of UI, offering PHI207 course on their knowledge of Monogenesis, Polygenesis, Eurocentrism, Afrocentrism, destiny, traditional African thought, Sage Philosophy, Ethnophilosophy, Nationalist - ideological Philosophy, Professional Philosophy, Hermeneutic- narrative School.Rationality, Polygenesis, Eurocentrism, traditionalists, modernists

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