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Existence and Consolation offers a new stage in original African philosophy that transcends the vestiges of both European colonialism and African ethnocentrism. Consolation philosophy is the culmination of loose developments in African thought that stretch back to ancient Egypt. It reconstructs and reinvents African thought in the wake of the modernism and deconstruction that left African philosophy fractured and reaches a relatively complete synthesis. In his philosophy of mood, metaphysics combines with morality and rationality is combined with emotionality, creating wholeness with universal appeal.
|Publisher:||Paragon House Publishers|
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About the Author
ADA AGADA is based at the University of Nigeria Nsukka where he obtained his master’s in philosophy. He specializes in African philosophy, existentialism and metaphysics. He has authored quite a number of articles on the subjects. He propounded the theory of Consolationism in African philosophy. His research and publication in the area of African philosophy have spanned years of unwavering interest.