African Political Thought
Springer, 23.12.2012 - 215 Seiten
Focusing on individual political thinkers and beginning with indigenous African political thought, the book successively examines African nationalism, African socialism, populism and Marxism, Africanism and pan-Africanism, concluding with contemporary perspectives on democracy, development and the African state.
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The Political Ideology of Indigenous African Political Systems and Institutions from Antiquity to the Nineteenth Century
The Influence of Islamic Values and Ideas on Indigenous African Political Systems and Institutions from the Tenth to the Nineteenth Century
African Theories and Ideologies of Westernization Modernization and Liberal Democracy from Early West African Nationalism to Humanism
PanAfricanism and African Unity From Ideal to Practice
The SocialistPopulist Ideology I From Patrice Lumumba to Samora Machel
The SocialistPopulist Ideology II From Kwame Nkrumahto Julius Nyerere
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Afri African culture African leaders African nationalism African political systems African political thought African Socialism African societies African Unity African values Ahmed Ben Bella Ahmed Sékou Touré Algeria Amilcar Cabral Arab became Bella Black Consciousness Burkinabè Busia century chapter Cheikh Anta Diop Claude Ake colonial common concept Congo Council Democracy and Development democratic Development in Africa economic federal Frantz Fanon French Fundi wa Afrika Ghana Guinea Guy Martin Ibid ideology independence indigenous African political Islam Joseph Ki-Zerbo Julius Kaunda Kwame Nkrumah l’Afrique liberal democracy Libya London Mali modern African Modibo Kéïta movement Mozambique Muammar Mueni wa Muiu Muslim nationalist Nyerere organization Osabu-Kle Pan-Africanism Pan-Africanist paradigm Paris party People’s popular populist-socialist Qaddafi religion Revolution Revolutionary rule Samora Machel scholars socialist socialist-populist South Africa Steve Biko Sudan systems and institutions Tanzania theory Thomas Sankara tion traditions Ujamaa Union University Press West Africa Western Sudan York