Presocratic Epistemology an Equivalent to African Knowledge Cosmogony
An Epistemic Legitimacy
The book exquisitely addresses the metaphysical, epistemological, axiological and ontological factors in Africa and presocratic Greece focusing on whether presocratic epistemology and African epistemology have elements of epistemic equivalence.
Detailed conceptual analysis in every chapter resulted in the emergence of the actual historical research genesis of humanity and knowledge that is, in Africa.
Religious and other traditional traits in Africa are thoroughly traced of their impact on Thales, Anaximander, Anaximenes, Pythagoras and Heraclitus' philosophical works.
This clearly shows a vivid interdependence between African epistemology and Greek presocratic epistemology.
Holism in every realm of existence is the prime concern of African status as opposed to the egocentrically individualistic Presocratic and Eurocentric view of humanity and knowledge across the human and non- human cosmogonies.
There are strong elements of epistemic equivalence between Africa and Greece, the main port of call of this book.
Jowere Mukusha is a Philosophy Lecturer at Great Zimbabwe University.
He holds an M.A, B.A Hons in Philosophy and a Certificate in Education (U.Z).
He also holds a Degree course in International Human Rights Exchange from the University of Cape Town, South Africa & Bard College of New York.
He is currently a Doctoral student at UNISA.