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Morality and the Construction of Social Orders in African Modernity is about how the paradox of morality is lived out in African modernity.
Modernity in the African context demands a certain form of morality and yet systematically undermines it at the same time.
The book is about how the modern African values and moral visions of liberation, enlightenment, development and freedom are systematically undermined in the processes, institutions and social orders invented to fullfill them.
The book explains why Africans, especially their leaders struggle to take seriously the development agenda.
David Kaulem is the Regional Coordinator for eastern and southern Africa of the African Forum for Catholic Social Teaching (AFCAST) which is based at Arrupe College.
He has taught, researched on,facilitated workshops and published on ethics, African modernity,social justice and political philosophy.
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